Monday, September 9, 2013

Brandon Turbeville on Occupy American Social Network - The Road To Damascus

Brandon Turbeville on Occupy America Social Network.

Brandon discusses the crisis in Syria and His new book The Road To Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria.


Episode 15, Guest Brandon Turbeville
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"Activist Post writer Brandon Turbeville has just released his sixth book: The Road To Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault On Syria

Brandon Turbeville presents a detailed and wide-ranging discussion and exposé of the unfolding crisis in Syria. He argues that the tragic events still currently taking place inside embattled Middle Eastern nation are not the result of an organic revolution, but rather is a carefully orchestrated outside assault against the people of Syria and their government by Western powers such as the United States, Britain, France as well as the ever-present satellite of Israel.

BUY NOW Turbeville deconstructs the mainstream Western narrative surrounding the crisis, exposes blatant lies and propaganda, and provides a more accurate picture of the players who make up the ranks of the so-called "Syrian rebels."

The Road To Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria is 566 pages of must-read information in order to understand the Syrian crisis."
Funny thing about the Legendary Road to Damascus - it doesn't always lead to where you thought you should go.

If, for instance,  you have ever heard someone say a person needs to "see the light", they were talking about the Road to Damascus.  This is also the source, I might add, of one of my all time favorite quotes.  “It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks” (Acts 9:5) on the Road to Damascus.  You just know that sentence is going to come in useful.

Brandon's extensively documented book is our tour guide as we discuss cannibalism in the latest  version of the Damascus Road Show.  There are conventional masacres, (and unconventional ) and a clownish chemical weapon frame.  Watch an equally clownish international attempt to make articles vanish (for about a whole week) before being rediscovered and put in the analysis spotlight.

The broken link in the "frame" article is worth a second look.  "For instance, in January, 2013, hacked emails[29] belonging to British defense contractor Britam actually revealed a plan that was agreed to by the United States and funded in part by Qatar [according to the emails] that would have involved in the staging of a false flag attack chemical attack and the creation of videos to be used in an international propaganda campaign against Assad, who would have been blamed for the attack.

Obtained by a German hacker,[30] the leaked email exchange occurred between Britam Defence’s Business Development Director David Goulding and Britam’s founder Philip Doughty. In the exchange, Goulding wrote,

We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington. 
We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record. 
Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion? 
Kind regards
In delivering a CW (chemical weapon) to Homs, “a Soviet origin g-shell similar to those Assad should have,” the stage was clearly set for the rigging of a false flag attack of a chemical nature to be blamed on Assad.

According to Cyber War News,[31] the emails also contained “extremely personal information” which included “copies of passports of Britam employees, some of whom appeared to be mercenaries.”

Britam confirmed that it had, in fact, been hacked, " according to Turbeville.

The archived version of reference 29 is the "rediscovered" archived article, which includes a link to an archived screenshot of the email.  Bet some people did not want this to see the light.

The Hero of the Legend of the Road to Damascus, 2000 years ago was on a mission of state sponsored terrorism. It hurt to kick against the pricks of conscience . He saw the light.  Today, the whole world is on the road to Damascus.

It hurts to kick against the pricks.  Then again, some pricks need a kick (you knew that was coming.) See the light.

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