If you want to have a much better understanding of The Arab Spring and the violence in the Middle East then you must read the article by Seymour Hersh entitled The Redirection that has been reported by Tony Cartalucci.
A 2007 New Yorker article written by renowned journalist Seymour Hersh revealed a plan under the Bush Administration to organize, arm, train, and deploy a regional army of Sunni terrorists, many with ties directly to Al Qaeda, in a bid to destabilize and overthrow both Syria and Iran. The plan consisted of US and Israeli backing, covertly funneled through Saudi proxies to conceal Washington and Tel Aviv’s role, in building the Sunni extremist front.

[source : Sunni Extremists Ravaging Syria Created by US in 2007, Prison Planet,, 11/05/2012]

The Hersh article was published in 2007, and details agreements that had been reached to create a violent Sunni Muslim movement to undermine Syria, Iran and Hezbollah. According to Hersh there were at least four agreements, and the four Hersh reports are
First, Israel would be assured that its security was paramount and that Washington and Saudi Arabia and other Sunni states shared its concern about Iran.

Second, the Saudis would urge Hamas, the Islamist Palestinian party that has received support from Iran, to curtail its anti-Israeli aggression and to begin serious talks about sharing leadership with Fatah, the more secular Palestinian group.

The third component was that the Bush Administration would work directly with Sunni nations to counteract Shiite ascendance in the region.

Fourth, the Saudi government, with Washington’s approval, would provide funds and logistical aid to weaken the government of President Bashir Assad, of Syria.

[source : The Redirection, The New Yorker,, 05/03/2007]

All this has come to pass, most notably the fourth point, which has been achieved by the Friends of Syrian Terrorists meetings at which The Utopian Democracy of Saudi Arabia and Qatar pledged $100 million to blow up and snipe at Syrian children. William Hague also coughed up to provide 'nonlethal' assistance to the Syrian al Qaeda rebs, though what Hague's definition of 'nonlethal' is is unknown. I wonder if Hague's definition of 'nonlethal' is 'as long as it doesn't kill him or his masters but kills innocent Syrian men, women and children then it's OK'? Vests and radios may not kill but can be used in operations that do kill.

The rise of The Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists in North Africa, in particular in Egypt, is of great significance. It shows that The Arab Spring is a complete fraud. During the Egyptian Revolution last year the two main mouthpieces of the Anglo-American Establishment, The FT and The Bilderberg Post, portrayed the Muslim Brotherhood as reformed, cute and cuddly, and wouldn't hurt a fly. But at the same time the MB leadership was issuing calls for war on Israel, calls that were not reported in the NATO media. In particular the Rand Corporation, who (more than) coincidentally demand a WW3, produced a report in support of the MB. As Egypt begins to create a new form of government, the MB and their ilk are openly stating that the peace agreements with Israel are now null and void.

The article by Hersh suggests that Israel is complicit in all this.

I would warn Israel that it has been caught in a trap.

Just like the British enticed Germany to invade Belgium on their way to Paris after their Freemasonic dupes assassinated Arch Duke Ferdinand, promising to Germany that they would stay out of any war on the European continent but as soon as Germany invaded Belgium the British cited an obscure treaty they had with Belgium which was not binding and declared war on Germany. As a result of this the conditions were created in Russia such that Lenin could be sent in from Germany with a train full of Rothschild Gold, and Trotsky could be sent in from New York to overthrow the Tsar, and the first attempt at world government was made. Out of the ruins rose Hitler and Stalin.

Just like Wall Street and The City of London assisted the rise of both Hitler and Stalin, who had extreme opposing politics, such that a major war between them was inevitable. Such a war was required to persuade the world, the USA in particular, that a world government was the answer to all the world's problems. Both Hitler and Stalin trusted their benefactors. Hitler wanted to join with Great Britain to defeat Bolshevism and received finance for his eugenics and racial hygiene programs from Wall Street. Stalin was built through Lend-Lease and at the end of WW2 was given the bomb to create global tension and The Cold War.

Just like now, Israel is playing a very, very, very dangerous game here trusting this operation of Redirection. If this plan achieves its aims then Israel will be surrounded by extreme Islamists. But who do these violent beheading Sunni extremists hate more? Shiites? Or The Jews?

As Hersh quotes Vali Nasr
“The Saudis have considerable financial means, and have deep relations with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis”—Sunni extremists who view Shiites as apostates. “The last time Iran was a threat, the Saudis were able to mobilize the worst kinds of Islamic radicals. Once you get them out of the box, you can’t put them back.

Zionists have been instrumental in this drive to war in the Middle East. They wrote A Clean Break and Rebuilding America's Defenses, calling for war on Iraq, Iran and other neighbouring nation states. This morphed into the war-on-seven-nations-in-five-years plan revealed to General Wesley Clark while Zionists openly ruled the USA, and it is painfully obvious that this plan is still being implemented through Obama, with wars on Iraq, Lebanon and Libysa under the belt, and now with threats of Turkey citing Article 5 of The Washington Treaty to circumvent the UN and allow NATO to start war on Syria.

And it should be painfully obvious that war on Russia and China is the real aim of the inside job 9/11 and of all this warmongering in the Middle East. NATO is really taking the limeade with its excuses over the missile defence shield. And the encirclement of China in the Pacific and South Asia seas has only one aim.

This all fits in with the theory that they are well behind in their plans to start WW3 after doing the inside job 9/11, and they are becoming increasingly desperate, now prepared to risk openly allying with al Qaeda while citing al Qaeda as the reason to take all our freedoms. This is why they are trying to use the recent terrorism in Syria as an excuse to invade Syria, claiming that al Qaeda might take over if we don't invade.


This is Why Turkey Blocked Youtube - Leaked Audio With Full Transcript

24.Mar.2014 | SCG

This is the full audio with the translated transcript and the original video that got Youtube blocked in Turkey. This is what they were trying to hide.

Apparently the Turkish government has never heard of the Streisand effect.

In February we warned that an escalation in Syria was in the works. This week however the story took a new twist. As in the previous episodes of this crisis, the push to topple Assad hinges on deception. Fortunately someone inside of the Turkish government had the courage to leak the following conversation which outlines yet another plot to create a pretext for military intervention in Syria.

Here is the video version:

We have included an audio version of the recording to help those in Turkey bypass any Youtube blocks:

Full transcript (translated by @castizbey):

Ahmet Davutoğlu:

"Prime Minister said that in current conjuncture, this attack (on Suleiman Shah Tomb) must be seen as an opportunity for us."

Hakan Fidan:

"I'll send 4 men from Syria, if that's what it takes. I'll make up a cause of war by ordering a missile attack on Turkey; we can also prepare an attack on Suleiman Shah Tomb if necessary."

Feridun Sinirlioğlu:

"Our national security has become a common, cheap domestic policy outfit."

Yaşar Güler:

"It's a direct cause of war. I mean, what're going to do is a direct cause of war."

Ahmet Davutoğlu: I couldn't entirely understand the other thing; what exactly does our foreign ministry supposed to do? No, I'm not talking about the thing. There are other things we're supposed to do. If we decide on this, we are to notify the United Nations, the Istanbul Consulate of the Syrian regime, right?

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: But if we decide on an operation in there, it should create a shocking effect. I mean, if we are going to do so. I don't know what we're going to do, but regardless of what we decide, I don't think it'd be appropriate to notify anyone beforehand.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: OK, but we're gonna have to prepare somehow. To avoid any shorts on regarding international law. I just realised when I was talking to the president (Abdullah Gül), if the Turkish tanks go in there, it means we're in there in any case, right?

Yaşar Güler: It means we're in, yes.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Yeah, but there's a difference between going in with aircraft and going in with tanks...


Yaşar Güler: Maybe we can tell the Syrian consulate general that, ISIL is currently working alongside the regime, and that place is Turkish land. We should definitely...

Ahmet Davutoğlu: But we have already said that, sent them several diplomatic notes.

Yaşar Güler: To Syria...

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: That's right.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Yes, we've sent them countless times. Therefore, I'd like to know what our Chief of Staff's expects from our ministry.

Yaşar Güler: Maybe his intent was to say that, I don't really know, he met with Mr. Fidan.

Hakan Fidan: Well, he did mention that part but we didn't go into any further details.

Yaşar Güler: Maybe that was what he meant... A diplomatic note to Syria?

Hakan Fidan: Maybe the Foreign Ministry is assigned with coordination...


Ahmet Davutoğlu: I mean, I could coordinate the diplomacy but civil war, the military...

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: That's what I told back there. For one thing, the situation is different. An operation on ISIL has solid ground on international law. We're going to portray this is Al-Qaeda, there's no distress there if it's a matter regarding Al-Qaeda. And if it comes to defending Suleiman Shah Tomb, that's a matter of protecting our land.

Yaşar Güler: We don't have any problems with that.

Hakan Fidan: Second after it happens, it'll cause a great internal commotion (several bombing events is bound to happen within). The border is not under control...

Feridun Sinirlioğlu:I mean, yes, the bombings are of course going to happen. But I remember our talk from 3 years ago...

Yaşar Güler: Mr. Fidan should urgently receive back-up and we need to help him supply guns and ammo to rebels. We need to speak with the minister. Our Interior Minister, our Defense Minister. We need to talk about this and reach a resolution sir.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: How did we get special forces into action when there was a threat in Northern Iraq? We should have done so in there, too. We should have trained those men. We should have sent men. Anyway, we can't do that, we can only do what diplomacy...

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: I told you back then, for God's sake, General, you know how we managed to get those tanks in, you were there.

Yaşar Güler: What, you mean our stuff?

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: Yes, how do you think we've managed to rally our tanks into Iraq? How? How did we manage to get special forces, the battalions in? I was involved in that. Let me be clear, there was no government decision on that, we have managed that just with a single order.


Yaşar Güler: Well, I agree with you. For one thing, we're not even discussing that. But there are different things that Syria can do right now.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: General, the reason we're saying no to this operation is because we know about the capacity of those men.

Yaşar Güler: Look, sir, isn't MKE (Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation) at minister's bidding? Sir, I mean, Qatar is looking for ammo to buy in cash. Ready cash. So, why don't they just get it done? It's at Mr. Minister's command.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: But there's the spot we can't act integratedly, we can't coordinate.

Yaşar Güler: Then, our Prime Minister can summon both Mr. Defence Minister and Mr. Minister at the same time. Then he can directly talk to them.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: We, Mr. Siniroğlu and I, have literally begged Mr. Prime Minster for a private meeting, we said that things were not looking so bright.


Yaşar Güler: Also, it doesn't have to be a crowded meeting. Yourself, Mr. Defence Minister, Mr. Interior Minister and our Chief of Staff, the four of you are enough. There's no need for a crowd. Because, sir, the main need there is guns and ammo. Not even guns, mainly ammo. We've just talked about this, sir. Let's say we're building an army down there, 1000 strong. If we get them into that war without previously storing a minimum of 6-months' worth of ammo, these men will return to us after two months.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: They're back already.

Yaşar Güler: They'll return to us, sir.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: They've came back from... What was it? Çobanbey.

Yaşar Güler: Yes, indeed, sir. This matter can't be just a burden on Mr. Fidan's shoulders as it is now. It's unacceptable. I mean, we can't understand this. Why?


Ahmet Davutoğlu: That evening we'd reached a resolution. And I thought that things were taking a turn for the good. Our...

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: We issued the MGK (National Security Council) resolution the day after. Then we talked with the general...

Ahmet Davutoğlu: And the other forces really do a good follow up on this weakness of ours. You say that you're going to capture this place, and that men being there constitutes a risk factor. You pull them back. You capture the place. You reinforce it and send in your troops again.

Yaşar Güler: Exactly, sir. You're absolutely right.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Right? That's how I interpret it. But after the evacuation, this is not a military necessity. It's a whole other thing.


Feridun Siniroğlu: There are some serious shifts in global and regional geopolitics. It now can spread to other places. You said it yourself today, and others agreed... We're headed to a different game now. We should be able to see those. That ISIL and all that jazz, all those organisations are extremely open to manipulation. Having a region made up of organisations of similar nature will constitute a vital security risk for us. And when we first went into Northern Iraq, there was always the risk of PKK blowing up the place. If we thoroughly consider the risks and substantiate... As the general just said...

Yaşar Güler: Sir, when you were inside a moment ago, we were discussing just that. Openly. I mean, armed forces are a "tool" necessary for you in every turn.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Of course. I always tell the Prime Minister, in your absence, the same thing in academic jargon, you can't stay in those lands without hard power. Without hard power, there can be no soft power.


Yaşar Güler: Sir.

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: The national security has been politicised. I don't remember anything like this in Turkish political history. It has become a matter of domestic policy. All talks we've done on defending our lands, our border security, our sovereign lands in there, they've all become a common, cheap domestic policy outfit.

Yaşar Güler: Exactly.

Feridun Siniroğlu: That has never happened before. Unfortunately but...

Yaşar Güler: I mean, do even one of the opposition parties support you in such a high point of national security? Sir, is this a justifiable sense of national security?

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: I don't even remember such a period.


Yaşar Güler: In what matter can we be unified, if not a matter of national security of such importance? None.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: The year 2012, we didn't do it 2011. If only we'd took serious action back then, even in the summer of 2012.

Feridun Sinirlioğlu: They were at their lowest back in 2012.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Internally, they were just like Libya. Who comes in and goes from power is not of any importance to us. But some things...

Yaşar Güler: Sir, to avoid any confusion, our need in 2011 was guns and ammo. In 2012, 2013 and today also. We're in the exact same point. We absolutely need to find this and secure that place.

Ahmet Davutoğlu: Guns and ammo are not a big need for that place. Because we couldn't get the human factor in order...

The video below should help put this into perspective: