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Post time 2008-4-27 07:13:16 |Display all floors
Syrian envoy says CIA fabricated evidence

Syria's ambassador to the United States said Friday that the CIA fabricated pictures allegedly taken inside a secret Syrian nuclear reactor and predicted that in the coming weeks the U.S. story about the site would "implode from within."

http://www.topix.net/world/2008/ ... fabricated-evidence

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The murderous evil Anglo-American empire is at it again!
This time its Syria and not Iran!


It looks similar to Powell's "photo evidence" of massive Iraqi weapons plants and Nuclear weapons facilities at the UN just before the mass murder of Iraqi's. Notice that there doesn't seem to be any large bodies of water in the area. Aren't nuclear reactors usually built next to a river for cooling purposes?

The Zio-NeoCons are still looking to fight more of Israel's wars. I'd believe the Syrians before that corrupt lying bunch of zionist vassals in The State Department.

But what is worse is that we have the dumb, ignorant, mental retards trying to justify Americas wars. The US government bank on uneducated people to support their war blindly or run the risk of being called a "traitor". These ignorant morons believe everything they are told by the CIA and are continually led to war under falsehoods.

It is not the first time the CIA fabricate inteligence -- the CIA is one of the most corrupt and unreliable agencies in the world. Take a look at world history and all the coups the US was involved in, thanks to CIA information. A curious point is that the Israelis had to alert the giant, all-seeing Bush terrorist alert network to this facility.
You will reap what you sow!

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Post time 2008-4-28 20:47:33 |Display all floors
Seems the neo-cons got away with lying the U.S. into the Iraq war and wish to give it another shot.

The Presidential election is just a sideshow. No U.S. president will now dare to go up against the z. lobby.

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Post time 2008-4-28 23:34:44 |Display all floors
I don't think anybody older than 6 believes anything the America says. Anybody that does believe is then younger than 6 or only as smart as a 5 years old.

Of course the CIA is lying. Everybody knows that they cannot be trusted and those that do think they can be trusted are just stupider than a 6 year old living in Malaysia.

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Post time 2008-4-29 09:38:19 |Display all floors
Originally posted by totothedog at 2008-4-29 04:24
Te Amerikans demanded Syrian troops leave Lebanon based on the mere accusation that they assassinated the former PM. But we now see clearly that the removal of Syrian troops was for Israel to invad ...


But they bumped into Hezbollah last time and got their fingers burnt; they need the ever obliging U.S. to help them these days.

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Post time 2008-4-29 10:32:36 |Display all floors
Gotohell wrote

"Notice that there doesn't seem to be any large bodies of water in the area. Aren't nuclear reactors usually built next to a river for cooling purposes?"

Indeed, gotohell. The nuclear reactor was allegedly built nearby the Euphrates River. The attached clip explains, among others how the syrians and north koreans thought to take care of the cooling needs of the processing plant.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9hWSNcX4nQ

Gotohell, If it can be proved that the syrians had intentions to cool the reactor with water from the Euphrates, and later dump on the river the hot water resulting from the cooling process.......... from an engineering and ecological point of view, this is totally irresponsable. Down the river live millions of muslims, most of them farmers. A small accident or technical problem in the plant, could result on major contamination disaster as unsuspecting citizens consume waters from the Euphrates.

I hope this takes care of your question.

Let's see if this post gets published.

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Post time 2008-4-29 10:35:05 |Display all floors
Gotohell wrote

"Notice that there doesn't seem to be any large bodies of water in the area. Aren't nuclear reactors usually built next to a river for cooling purposes?"

Indeed, gotohell. The nuclear reactor was allegedly built nearby the Euphrates River. The attached clip explains, among others how the syrians and north koreans thought to take care of the cooling needs of the processing plant.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9hWSNcX4nQ

Gotohell, If it can be proved that the syrians had intentions to cool the reactor with water from the Euphrates, and later dump on the river the hot water resulting from the cooling process.......... from an engineering and ecological point of view, this is totally irresponsable. Down the river live millions of muslims, most of them farmers. A small accident or technical problem in the plant, could result on major contamination disaster as unsuspecting citizens consume waters from the Euphrates.

I hope this takes care of your question.

Let's see if this post gets published.

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Post time 2008-4-29 22:11:54 |Display all floors
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Friends, tthree thoughts about the nuclear reactor by the Euphrates River.

1. We are not as lucky as the Chinese on these matters.
Since North Korea depends on China for help (from food, ….. all the way up to international diplomacy, loans and technology), China can exert the necessary leverage on North Korea, in order to diffuse the presence of nuclear weapons a few kilometers from its border. And China is doing it, …….. according to the international press, of course – I haven't been talking to  Pyongyang lately.

Syria does not depend on us. We have to use different methods. We have a lot more at risk, we have a lot more to loose if our efforts are fruitless. We are determined to maintain the present nuclear status quo in the region, also for the benefit of the other neighbors in the area. They fear Syrians and they had already their quota of conflicts with them, for the last 150 years. **

We have the unofficial blessing of the rest of our Arab neighbors that also ask, what Syria was up to? Did anyone of you read o listen a Jordanian, Turkish, Libanese or Egyptian complain about the Israeli raid????

2. So far President Assad from Syria has not toured the wreckage at the nuclear site by the Euphrates River, accompanied by Mohamed ElBaradei, the head of IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency.  

Assad is reluctant to collaborate with ElBaradei ………. and the reason definitely is not …………………… that they cannot find a common language to communicate.
3. Assad has a lot more to gain (and he knows it) if he sits once and for all, with his Israeli counterpart and they both work a deal. Historically the Syrians have demands on the Libanese territory …… and with some good will and creativity,  the Syrians could obtain "peacefully" what they couldn't get by force.




** Just for the purpose of presenting Syria to our readers………. Water is, after education, the most important problem in the Middle East (I believe that the next war will be triggered by water ownership an usage issues). Saudi Arabia is willing to totally fund the construction of a pipe line from Turkey (where water is abundant) all the way down to Yemen, for the benefit of  all the people living in the area.

This pipe line, would have to pass through Syria "sovereign territory". Syria that insists in having on its territory the possibility of shutting down the line when they feel they have to or need to. The Saudis are opposed to grant Syria the control over the water and become dependent on the Syrian moods ……………….. and the desserts are growing dryer every summer in secula seculorum …….. instead of being, through the use of Israeli agricultural technology, the number one supplier of fruit, flowers and vegetables in the world. Quelle damage ……. !!!!

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