Source: Press TV
Britain and its NATO allies have launched a propaganda campaign based on blatant lies by alleged human rights activists and a network of duplicity and deception to ignite a war on Syria.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has been the main source of these blatant lies, receives all its reports via phone and YouTube videos from inside Syria, none of which could be verified or authenticated independently or officially, it has been revealed.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is also working in close coordination with both US-funded NGOs and British Foreign Secretary William Hague.
As far as the UN Human Right Council's report about the situation in Syria is concerned, it has recently been revealed that the report entitled Syrian “crimes against humanity” was actually co-authored by Karen Koning AbuZayd, a director of the US Washington-based corporate think-tank, 'Middle East Policy Council', that includes Exxon men, CIA agents, US military and government representatives, and even the president of the US-Qatar Business Council, which includes amongst its membership, Al-Jazeera, Chevron, Exxon, munitions manufacturer Raytheon, and Boeing.
The UN report itself contained no verifiable evidence, but rather hearsay accounts recorded in Geneva by alleged "victims" "witnesses," and "defectors," put forth by "all interested persons and organizations." In other words, the UN report was an open invitation for Syria's enemies to paint whatever image of the ruling government they pleased.
While critics claim this is due to the Syrian government's lack of cooperation with the UN, it is more likely that the UN itself, with a proven track record of doing so in Iraq, the Ivory Coast, and most recently Libya, is merely complicit in providing "window dressing" for Wall Street and London's otherwise naked military conquests.
Now, the so-called “evidence” from Syria has turned out to be a complete fraud, derived by opposition “witnesses” and compiled by a corporate D.C. think-tank director into a UN "human rights report."
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights serves as the exclusive source of those "reports" coming out of Syria despite the fact that it is actually, entirely based in London.
While it is verified that the NGOs it works in tandem with are U.S-funded, the Observatory itself fails to publish where its money comes from or the backgrounds of those that constitute its membership.
Meanwhile, it has already been confirmed that NATO-backed Libyan militias are on their way to Syria to oversee the "Free Syria Army," led by Abdul Belhaj.
Mounting evidence suggests that NATO and its proxies are behind the unrest and increasing violence in Syria, while London-based NGOs like the Observatory disingenuously spin responsibility back onto the Syrian government as part of a malicious hoax aimed at triggering the same genocide and destruction that delivered Libyan into the hands of global corporate-fascism.
After months of denying that the Syrian opposition was armed, the Wall Street-funded think-tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) now openly says that not only the “protesters” are armed, but there is a resistance army of 15,000.
It also has already been revealed that weapons are freely flowing over Syrian borders from foreign supporters including Turkey, the Israeli regime and even as far as Libya.
The CFR has, in its report, explored the options available to NATO for facilitating "regime change" in Syria including the use of "overhead surveillance assets, logistical enablers, peacekeepers, armed drones, combat aircraft, ground troops, and smuggled weapons."