Wednesday, November 20, 2013

UN Resolution Blames Death Squad Crimes on Assad

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In yet another unbelievably hypocritical move, the United Nations General Assembly Rights Committee voted on Tuesday for a resolution which “strongly condemned” what it claims are human rights violations in Syria and laid the blame for both the atrocities committed during the course of the two year conflict and the high death toll at the feet of the Syrian government.

According to France24, the resolution passed overwhelmingly with 123 nations in favor, 13 opposed, and 46 abstentions.
The resolution "'strongly condemned' the continued widespread and systematic gross violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms and all violations of international humanitarian law by the Syrian authorities and the government-affiliated shabbiha militias."

In addition, the resolution came extremely close to actually blaming the Syrian government for the August 21 Ghouta chemical weapons attacks by condemning the attack for which it claims the UN inquiry provided “clear evidence that surface-to-surface rockets were fired on August 21 from government-held territory into opposition areas, using professionally made munitions containing sarin.”

Of course, the above statement is carefully worded to suggest that the Syrian government was responsible for the chemical weapons attack by virtue of its claim that such weapons were fired into the rebel-held areas. The reality, however, is quite the opposite since there was a great deal of fighting taking place in and around the very areas from which these rockets were supposedly fired, meaning that there was never any clear evidence that the Assad forces were responsible for firing them. Indeed, the overwhelming majority of the evidence surrounding the Ghouta attacks points to the death squads themselves, not the Syrian military.

Syrian Military Liberates Strategic Supply Route

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In yet another example of the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) march forward with its liberation of Syria from the foreign-backed death squads that have terrorized the Syrian people for the last two years, the SAA has recently announced that it has retaken the strategic village of Qara.

The liberation of Qara comes after days of military airstrikes near the Lebanese border targeting weapon smuggling routes used by the death squads.

As a Syrian army spokesman stated to the press:
This morning units from our armed forces succeeded in taking control of the town of Qara in Damascus province. 
This latest success is a continuation of the successes that our heroic armed forces are achieving in their battle against terrorism. 

This success consolidates our control on the supply routes... preventing terrorists from illegally entering and from smuggling weapons into Syria.
A photo posted by Syrian Perspective appears to show a large celebration by Qara citizens at the liberation of the village. Syrian military soldiers are said to be focused now on the dismantling of IEDs and other explosive devices left behind by the death squads for the purpose of terrorizing the Syrian military and the Syrian people.

The liberation of Qara is a strategic victory both due to its location and due to the fact that it has acted as an outpost of a death squad supply route since the terrorists overran the village nearly a year ago.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Egypt Anti-Terror Officer Gunned Down Before Testimony Against Morsi

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Late on Sunday afternoon, an Egyptian officer was gunned down by seven bullets coming from three gunmen in Nasr City, a neighborhood in Cairo, Egypt. The officer, Mohamed Mabruk, had been in charge of the Muslim Brotherhood file at the Interior Ministry’s National Security Agency, according to a statement made by the Interior Ministry.

France 24 reports that an Egyptian security official has stated that Mabruk had been involved in drafting the charges against Mohammed Morsi and the Chief of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Badie on which the current trials of both are based. It is also reported that Mabruk was focused on “Islamist groups that have escalated their attacks since the July 3 overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi.”

France 24 also states that Mabruk was set to testify against Morsi this week regarding charges that Morsi had been working with groups like Hamas and Hezbollah in his escape from prison during the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Thus, Islamist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood appear to be the prime suspects in what even the interim Prime Minister Hazem al-Belawi is calling an “assassination by treacherous hands.”

Still, there have been no claims of responsibility for the attack by anyone at this point.
Prime Minister Beblawi also stated that “The government will not tolerate criminal and terrorist groups who raise their arms to terrorize security officials” and that authorities are “able to cleanse the country of all criminal hands, returning security and safety to all corners of Egypt.”

Jihadist organizations have engaged in attacks in Cairo on previous occasions, including an attack in September that attempted to assassinate Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim by targeting his convoy. Ibrahim survived the attack.

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - November 19, 2013

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - November 19, 2013

Brandon discusses Egypt, Syria, Bulgaria, and False Flags



Saturday, November 16, 2013

Eastern European Protests Spread to Romania

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Even as protests continue to take place in Bulgaria regarding rising electricity prices, government corruption, and political thuggery, tensions appear to be rising in neighboring Romania, with thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets in protest of low wages, bad working conditions, and a poor health care system.

The Romanian protesters, largely made up of teachers, marched through the streets of Bucharest on Wednesday, November 13, by the thousands demanding better wages and working conditions as well as “an end to political interference in education.”

The protesters whistled, blew horns, held up banners, and chanted slogans such as “Solidarity!” and “Without education, any nation will die!”

The Romanian protesters, however, appear to have slightly more concrete demands than those of Bulgaria. Romanian activists are calling for an increase in education spending to 6% of GDP, more than double the current 2.5% and greater than the 5% EU average.

Romanian teachers unions are also demanding that teachers and principals be hired on merit, not on political criteria.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Kidnapped Syrian Girls Used as Sex Slaves: Report

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

If new reports coming out of Syria are accurate, then the level of cruelty and inhumanity of the death squads attempting to overthrow the Assad government has reached an even more shocking low. According to Ziad Fadel of Syrian Perspective, it has been discovered that foreign-backed death squads have been holding Syrian minority women captive in tunnels and using them as sex slaves for months on end.

Indeed, Syrian Perspective reports that, according to its sources in the Syrian military, after the liberation of Greater Al-Subayna and Lesser Al-Subayna, the Syrian Arab Army discovered a tunnel outfitted with both electricity and a field medical clinic. In addition to the advanced state of the tunnel’s facilities, however, the army also found 16 women, ages ranging from 14 to 27, who had been kidnapped by the death squads.

The women, mostly from the eastern and southern parts of Syria were all either Christian or Shi’ite. Most were not married when they were abducted, except for two women who had husbands serving in the Syrian military.

According to Syrian Perspective, the women had been held by the death squads for at least 5 months and were forced to repeatedly have sex with the death squad members who inhabited the tunnel. The women were subjected to continual beatings and other forms of brutality if they did not comply.

Syrian Perspective reports that at least 4 of these women had become pregnant as a result of the rape, with the aforementioned 14 year old being one of them.

Bulgaria Protests: True People Power or NGO Operation?

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Once again tensions are beginning to rise in Bulgaria after 4,000 protesters recently gathered outside government buildings in Sofia calling for an end to what they have deemed the “reign of the oligarchy.” The demands of the demonstrators include the resignation of the Prime Minister and his Socialist-backed government as well as an “end to corruption in politics.”

Among the signs seen carried by protesters were slogans such as "Down with the mafia," "We stay, you emigrate," and “24 years of sham democracy is enough.” The latter slogan is a reference to the removal from power of Todor Zhivkov, a Communist dictator who led Bulgaria from 1954 to 1989. November 10, 2013 was the 24th anniversary of Zhivkov’s ouster.

According to the AFP, the recent spate of protests were organized by teachers and students from approximately a dozen different universities who have been demonstrating in Bulgaria for the past two weeks in hopes of reigniting the “anti-government” fervor that was so prevalent earlier this year.

The previous protests, much larger in scale and often numbering in the hundreds of thousands, were initially set off by austerity measures and the result of privatization schemes that would have caused electricity costs to skyrocket. In combination with high unemployment, systemic government corruption, and economic stagnation, the rise in prices of electricity was the catalyst to send such a large number of determined demonstrators into the streets demanding the reversal of privatization policies and the resignation of the government.

Thus, in February, Prime Minister Boiko Borisov resigned as a result of the protests. He was replaced by the Bulgarian Socialist party and a political party representing ethnic Turks in a fragile minority government coalition led by current Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.

Brandon Turbeville on Truth Traveler with Erin Dakins - November 11, 2013

Listen to Brandon's appearance on Truth Traveler with Erin Dakins - November 11, 2013. Brandon and Erin discuss Syria, Egypt, and False Flags.



ACCESS THE TRUTH TRAVELER ARCHIVES HERE (click on 2013, then November 2013, then November 11. Brandon's appearance is both Hour 1 and 2.)

Friday, November 8, 2013

11 Signs of a False Flag

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
November 7, 2013

Throughout history, versions of the false flag attack have been used successfully by governments in order to direct the force of the people toward whatever end the ruling class may be seeking. At times, that end may be war, or it may be the curtailing of domestic civil liberties and basic human rights. In others, it is an economic agenda.

Indeed, false flags are themselves capable of taking on a wide variety of forms – domestic or foreign, small or large, economic or political, and many other designations that can often blur into one another. Each may serve a specific purpose and each may be adjusted and tailored for that specific purpose as societal conditions require.

For instance, the chemical weapons attack which took place inside Syria in August, 2013 serve as an example of a foreign false flag designed to whip up American fervor for war, on the platform of Responsibility to Protect similar to the Gulf of Tonkin.

Domestically speaking, a large-scale false flag such as 9/11, can be used to whip up both a massive public support for war and a popular willingness to surrender civil liberties, constitutional procedure, and constitutional/human rights. Economic false flags may take the form of manufactured “government shutdowns” or “government defaults” designed to create a demand for austerity or other pro-Wall Street solutions. Lastly, smaller-scale domestic false flags such as Sandy Hook or Aurora, often involve the implementation of gun-control measures or a greater police state.

There are, of course, many different versions of false flag attacks and none fit into a tightly crafted classification beyond the generalized term “false flag.” As stated above, some false flags may indeed embrace an element of each of the different versions listed previously both in terms of methodology and purpose.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Columbia, S.C. Police Chief Allegedly Plotted To Frame City Politician

Former Captain David Navarro, left
Police Chief Ruben Santiago, right
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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
November 7, 2013

The Columbia, S.C. Police Chief who caused controversy last week after posting an intimidating Facebook message to a man who criticized the Department’s aggressive stance on marijuana users has apparently been at the center of more controversies than mere Facebook drama in recent months. Indeed, allegations against Chief Santiago regarding a plan to frame a city official and install himself as Police Chief is much more serious.

Back in September of this year, Columbia, S.C. Police Chief Ruben Santiago found himself facing accusations that he had attempted to mastermind a conspiracy to frame Assistant City Manager Allison Baker with gun and drug charges in order to get him fired. The plan, according to former CPD Captain David Navarro, was to allow then-Police Chief Randy Scott to move into his position, thus allowing Santiago to move up to the position of Police Chief.

The plot, nicknamed “Black Ops,” allegedly involved planting both a stolen gun and cocaine in Baker’s car, which would then set off the chain of events resulting in Santiago’s promotion.

The plan, however, was blown wide open when Captain David Navarro filed reports to both S.L.E.D. (State Law Enforcement Division) and Internal Affairs. Navarro was suspended without pay within hours of his making the reports.

Captain Navarro was Commander of the Community Services Team which consisted of several other “teams” including: P.A.C.E. Team, Police Athletic League and Drug Suppression Team, Warrant Team, and a K-9 Unit. He is a 34-year Law Enforcement and military veteran and has been with the Columbia Police Department for two years. Previously, he served as Fort Jackson’s Police Chief and spent over eight years with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department as well as twenty years in the U.S. military.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Syria: Cats on the Menu While Death Squads Halt Food Shipments

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
November 5, 2013

Last week, Syrian death squads (aka Syrian “rebels”) sent shockwaves of horror through many casual observers when a video was posted to YouTube showing the fighters slaughtering cats for food. The video, which was intended to be used for propaganda purposes, showed the “rebel” fighters after having corralled several domesticated housecats, catching a cat, killing it, and then cooking and eating the feline for the camera. The death squad fighter told the camera how hungry the people of Syria had become that they were resorting to eating cats to survive, as the Syrian military had effectively cut off food to the area.

Although the video did not include the full graphic slaughter, it did show a man beheading a cat, the animal shrieking in terror and pain as he slits its throat, and the subsequent skinning, butchering, cooking, and eating it.

While none of the men in the video openly admitted to being a part of the death squad ranks, the group that posted the video to YouTube calls itself the “South Damascus Media Bureau,” and has, in the past, posted mostly videos of death squads in battle.

Even the dialogue of the individuals featured in the video is quite similar to that seen in countless other death squad produced material. For instance, the narrator of the video states, “To whom don’t believe it, this is the situation of the people in the south of the capital Damascus. The Shiekhs have issued fatwas and the people are now following these fatwas.”

After the man on screen finishes killing the cat, he holds the liver up to the camera and states, “This is the liver. This is the most delicious part of the body.”

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - November 4, 2013

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - November 4, 2013

Brandon discusses the the prevalence of police APCs all across the country and the Syrian crisis.




Brandon Turbeville Appears As Co-host on Occupy America Social Network

Brandon Turbeville briefly appears as co-host alongside Terry and Melinda with Ziad Fadel of Syrian Perspective as guest. November 5, 2013.



Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Reports: Muslim Brotherhood Uses Puppies as Firebombs In Egypt

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
November 4, 2013

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Ever since the ouster of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, the American people have been force-fed a steady diet of propaganda regarding the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood. Yet, while mainstream media outlets attempt to portray the organization as peaceful and pro-democracy, the fact is that the Brotherhood is nothing more than a conduit for Western-backed destabilization efforts aimed at destroying a secular Egyptian government and the rise of Arab nationalism.

Indeed, despite the narrative spun by the corporate media regarding the violence taking place in Egypt, it is important to remember that the recent clashes were instigated and perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood. From firing weapons at Egyptian security forces to throwing opponents off of rooftops, as well as large-scale ransacking and destruction of Christian churches, the Muslim Brotherhood has been guilty of using violence and intimidation in order to both weaken the Egyptian government and terrify the citizenry into accepting the dominance of the Brotherhood.

Recently, however, it is being reported that the Brotherhood has taken advantage of even more shocking and bizarre tactics – using puppies as firebombs.

According to the Washington Times, Pet ResQ Inc., has managed to save three puppies that were unlucky enough to have fallen into the clutches of the Muslim Brotherhood. Pet ResQ began taking action to rescue the animals after it came to the organization’s attention that the Brotherhood was using them as weaponry.

Reports suggest that members of the Brotherhood were dousing the puppies with gasoline, lighting them on fire, and throwing them into the midst of the crowd of demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Cairo turning them into what the Washington Times report refers to as “makeshift bombs.”

Monday, November 4, 2013

Will Morsi Trial Ignite New Wave of Violence in Egypt?

Morsi Trial, John Kerry Visit Sets The Stage For Muslim Brotherhood Violence

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
November 3, 2013

Update: It is now being reported that Morsi's trial has been adjourned until January 8, 2014. (Source)

Amidst the ever-present social tension and potential for violence that has existed in Egypt since the election of Mohammed Morsi in 2012 and even more so since his ouster by the Egyptian military at the behest of the Egyptian people in 2013, the subsequent trial of Morsi for the ordering of violent crimes is set to become yet another catalyst for violence in the country. Thus, November 4, 2013, the day Morsi’s trial is set to begin, may very well ignite a nationwide explosion of protest and violence by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Many may be surprised at the nature of the charges against Morsi, especially after the public has been subjected to so much propaganda by Western media outlets regarding a “brutal crackdown” on Muslim Brotherhood “protesters” who, themselves, are largely portrayed as democracy-loving, secular, peaceful activists by these organizations. Reality, however, contradicts Western media narratives as it almost always does. Indeed, it was the Muslim Brotherhood itself that was responsible for the initiation and escalation of the violence all along.

Morsi has been formally charged and stands to face trial for the alleged incitement to murder protesters who were demonstrating in front of the Presidential palace in Cairo last December. He is being accused of ordering hundreds of Brotherhood thugs to attack secular demonstrators who had camped outside the palace in protest of his perversion, disregard, and dismembering of the Egyptian constitution. The violence lasted all through the night and left 10 people dead. 14 other Muslim Brotherhood officials are facing the same charges.

Nevertheless, the trial of Morsi will, for most Egyptians, no doubt rekindle memories of abusive power, corruption, and betrayal on the part of Morsi and the Brotherhood and, for that organization’s supporters, memories of the Brotherhood’s abrupt removal from power. This re-ignition will assuredly be used by the Brotherhood to encourage more nationwide demonstrations, a dangerous prospect for Egypt since such demonstrations by the Brotherhood almost always end in violence and destruction.

Brandon Turbeville To Appear On Occupy America Social Network

Occupy: False Flag 101

Here’s a picture worth more than a thousand words.  The picture on the left is Black and White and looks like an execution about to happen.  The picture on the right is Black and White – it looks like a rescue.  The whole picture, in living color, is a lot more ambiguous, but it is true.  Context is everything.  Sometimes truth is harder to figure out than simple Black and White Left/Right false constructs.  Free men and women, however, given good information, will figure things out for themselves.

Somebody a lot smarter than me once pointed out that if you don't stand for something; you'll fall for anything.  Free men and women (the Greek word for that is "liberal") stand for something.  This past weekend has been very busy for psychopaths creating "False Flags."
  • Case Study: Syria
  • Case study:  LAX shootings
Our guest for this episode is Ziad Amin Abu Fadel of  Syrian Perspective.  Co-hosts are Melinda Pillsbury-Foster, and Brandon Turbeville. Occupy Syria reached out to OASN Occupy America for support.  This episode began on our twitter feed, one of the new features here in Version 3.0 (check it out on the right hand side of the page, about half way down.)  Fake action, False Reaction - that is what a false flag operation does.
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Friday, November 1, 2013

Confirmed: Israeli Attack on Syria Air Defense Facility

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
October 31, 2013

Update: RT is now reporting that an Obama administration official has confirmed to CNN that this was in fact an Israeli attack. There is still no comment from the Syrian or Israeli government. (Source)

On the heels of a reported chemical attack committed by the death squads on the Syria/Turkey border, a massive explosion has completely destroyed a Syrian air defense base in Snobar Jableh, Syria which is located near Latakia, a port city on the coast of the Mediterranean. Snobar Jableh is just south of Latakia.

The attacks allegedly were to have taken place on Wednesday night.

Although no one has publicly claimed responsibility for the explosion, both Syrian and Lebanese media are attributing the attack to Israeli forces. Even Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya is now reporting Israeli responsibility for the attacks, citing anonymous sources.

Al-Arabiya also claims that the target of the attacks were two shipments of SA-8 Surface-To-Air missiles slated for delivery to Hezbollah. The organization claims that the two targets were successfully destroyed.

Syrian news agency Dam Press is reporting that the facility was indeed heavily damaged but that there were no injuries. Business Insider claims that a Syrian security official has confirmed the attack.