An another hypocrisy of western leftists media

The US government and the Pentagon have been saying for years that the YPG is not an arm of the PKK, that it is not helped. They are even condemning them allegedly at press meetings. However, there are a lot of news and resources on how the weapons sent to the YPG by the US government reached the PKK terrorist organization. These are also verified.

The US government, which also recognizes the PKK as a terrorist organization for many years, is constantly comes the issue over fighting of YPG against ISIS. Of course, let’s not forget that ISIS is an organization produced by the CIA and Mossad, and that we have already learned this with such as the experiment of enlightenment we got, from the people like Noam Chomsky and Edward Snowden.

And a day ago, a new image and information emerged against the US government’s declaration of refusing to provide any assistance to the PKK with this picture:

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This picture was taken by journalist Hans Jaap Melissen. At the picture the banner with the photograph of the Ocalan, leader of the PKK terrorist organization at the backround of PYD and SDF groups.

According to news of Sputnik Turkey:

“The Pentagon spokesman White held a press conference in Pentagon with Lieutenant General Frank McKenzie, spokesman for the US Chief of Staff.

AA reporter asked: “The Rakka was rescued with the help local forces which US forces trained and gathered by, and also millions of dollars of taxs of American people. However, the PKK / PYD, which is using the name of YPG or SDF, devoted the Rakka victory to the head of the PKK, another brutal terrorist organization, also accepted the terrorist organization by the United States. To be devoted the rescue of a city taken with the support of the United States from a brutal terrorist organization, to another brutal terrorist organization known as a terrorist organization by Washington, is it acceptable for you?”

White replied the reporter: “We work there with SDF, we support the fight against ISIS, our only commitment is to fight against ISIS and we will continue to do so,”.

Besides, according to the news of Hurriyet newspaper, US Central Command (Centcom), made an explanation as: “We do not approve such images, we do not confirm”.

We already kknow that, US government always like to make discrimination about the terorists, like “The terrorist that I accept as terrorist” and “The terrorist that you accept as terrorist”. But there is big difference even on their thoughts in here. Because according to US governments offical spokesmen words and US government terrorist groups list, PKK is accepted as terrorist group. But when it comes to action, there is nothing against PKK by US government, but always support through the instruments of PKK, even creates new branches of PKK.

Let’s continue on the issue;

The information about the news and the used visuals became even more interesting with the explanation of the photograph made by the own, journalist Hans Jaap Melissen from his twitter account.

Hans Jaap Melissen gave this answer to reply of a follower’s question:

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In this tweet, Melissen suggests that there are images of his camera records showing US soldiers dressed like YPG members.

My reaction is: “Wow! US’s Soldiers who dressed like YPG members! When US soldiers gave up to dress like US soldiers?”

After then, it gets even more interesting in his next tweet, that is,

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In his tweet Melissen used a describing  “Americans dressed like Syrian PKK”.

Also, the issues has become more intresting, because Melissen suggested that,

“Amerikaanse special forces hebben mij vandaag een opname laten wissen, omdat …”

According to newspapers as translated, Melissen said that:

“US Special Forces have made me erase the recording of today, because…”

So, it means that a journalist was forced to delete his records. And the freedom of information of the world public was blocked!

I’ve searched on the net today, and I wanted to see many reactions which came from western leftist media and its writers. I couldn’t find any big reaction, there were just the short news about that.

Where is the freedom of press!

Western leftist media insists (and I think most of them are consciously, I believe this anymore) on what they ignore is that the PKK is a terrorist organization.

Because, although the American government does accept the PKK as a terrorist, as long as the indirect aid it gives to emerges in these forms, it does not come any loud voice from the left western media.

When it comes to reason, they have convinced themselves and the public that they are a kind of freedom fighter of the PKK for years, especially for about 10 years, in the light of the news based on distorted historical facts that they shared too.

For example, while the same left-wing western sources transmits the deceased PKK members were being portrayed as hero at the operations of Turkish armed forces, they did not write that thousands of people, including dozens of teachers, dozens of workers, dozens of civilians including children have been killed by PKK for more than two decades, inside the borders of Turkey; and they still do not write. And many of these people killed by the PKK are Turkey republic citizens of Kurdish origin (I never like to write anything about people’s ethnics, but I have to do now, unfortunatelly).

What the Western left media does not understand is,

The sociological structure of the Turkey is not like Iraq or Syria. For example, in Iraq or Syria there are Kurdish, Turkmen and Arab regions that are determined by sharp lines. They even distinguish themselves according to the religion they are attached to. But in Turkey there is no such differentiation. From the east to the west in Turkey, Kurds and Turks and others marry with each other, live together, and a society of natural mixture emerges for many decades. Can you divide a family into two, as mother side is Kurdish, father side is Turkish?

PKK was created by western intelligence agengies, in the begining of 1980’s. When we look at those days, we see that there was a fascist military coup in Turkey. Which is it was a coup CIA backed up. Unacceptable mistakes made by the Turkey government in 1980’s against the citizens of Kurdish origin in the south eastern Anatolia region, played the biggest role in the establishment of the PKK. And the organizations like CIA have strengthened their hands, about using the PKK. Although all western(including right and left wings) biggest support of PKK, PKK was never able to separate to Anatolia people into two.

When all this is knowingly or unknowingly ignored, the western leftist media plays three monkeys when it is claimed that the American soldiers have dressed like the PKK, and even the images of these are forcibly removed by US Special Forces. “I did not see, I did not hear, I did not know.”

Not having the virtue to accept historical mistakes that the leftist western media made by itself, nowadays put them into a position where they cannot defend even the freedom of the press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ariana Grande/Manchester Terror Attack: Some Important Notes/Observations…

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Before the usual calls to either (a) give away all our remaining privacy and liberties for the sake of security, or (b) round up all those awful brown people and send them to a camp (an actual suggestion that was being made on social media again by multiple users), there’s a couple of things worth considering about yesterday, terrorism and even Ariana Grande herself.

First, what happened last night may well have been a straightforward terror attack (or act of mass murder) by an extremist, possibly linked to ‘ISIS’ or by some terrorist monster who identifies with the ‘ISIS’ cause or thinks innocent concert-goers, including children, are a suitable target.

The official narrative may be all true. I won’t raise the question of ‘crisis actors’ or a simulated event (although some have already raised those questions, based on the available footage and pictures), but I will assume that a large…

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Half of Iraqi families at risk of hunger after years of war – U.N.

By Umberto Bacchi

ROME, April 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – More than half of Iraqi families are at risk of going hungry, a U.N. agency said on Monday, warning of “unprecedented levels of vulnerability” faced by the population due to years of conflict.

Most families in the country will no longer be able to feed themselves if basic food prices increase or fighting escalates, according to the World Food Programme (WFP).

“They can’t absorb any more shocks,” said WFP spokeswoman Dina El-Kassaby.

Conflict and instability have stifled food production in Iraq, according to the United Nations. Farmers face shortages of seeds and fertilizers and many have been forced to abandon their land or sell their animals.

A study by WFP and the Iraqi government found that 2.5 percent of the population, or more than 800,000 people, are going to bed hungry every night.

There are concerns this figure could increase, as two thirds of internally displaced people and more than half of Iraqis living in their homes have barely enough to feed themselves, said El-Kassaby.

Almost 75 percent of Iraqi children under the age of 15 are working to help their families put food on the table instead of going to school, WFP said.

 

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev: ‘One Step Away From Military Clashes With Russia’

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev wrote these on his social facebook account.

“That’s it. The last remaining election fog has lifted. Instead of an overworked statement about a joint fight against the biggest enemy, ISIS (the Islamic State), the Trump administration proved that it will fiercely fight the legitimate Syrian government, in a tough contradiction with international law and without UN approval, in violation of its own procedures stipulating that the Congress must first be notified of any military operation unrelated to aggression against the US. On the verge of a military clash with Russia.
Nobody is overestimating the value of pre-election promises but there must be limits of decency.
Beyond that is absolute mistrust. Which is really sad for our now completely ruined relations. And which is good news for terrorists.
One more thing. This military action is a clear indication of the US President’s extreme dependency on the opinion of the Washington establishment, the one that the new president strongly criticised in his inauguration speech. Soon after his victory, I noted that everything would depend on how soon Trump’s election promises would be broken by the existing power machine. It took only two and a half months.”

Third World War is coming???

THE KOREA PROBLEM: This is What Democracy Looks Like

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THE KOREA PROBLEM: This is What Democracy Looks Like

First published: 21 March 2017

Dissident Voice: 22 March 2017

Expanded herein: 27 March 2017

Edited / clarified: 28 March 2017

By Keith Harmon Snow

Dateline: SOUTH KOREA

The United States and its allies have embarked on a dangerous path of aggression against the government of North Korea and its allies China and Russia.

As usual, the western propaganda system presents a near unified front showing how horrible and atrocious the North Korean government is purported to be, and how murderous and ruthless and amoral their intentions are purported to be, and how their military objectives and missile programs–now allegedly targeting the ‘free’ world–are out to dominate the rest of the world, starting with their deadly missiles being launched against the United States and our ally Japan.  So goes the propaganda.

Let’s look again.

The people of South Korea–a country permanently occupied by the U.S. military since 1950 with between 326,000 U.S. soldiers (during the Korean War) and closer to 30,000 annually since (with 28,500 U.S. soldiers in occupation today)–have seen massive human rights violations, repression and state terrorism.  Since the first military dictator was installed in South Korea by the United States military in 1953, the Republic of Korea (ROK) has perpetrated massive atrocities against its own citizens and against citizens in other countries.  This is a so-called “member of the international community.”

The Central Intelligence Agency under Allen Dulles launched covert operations in South Korea by 1950–utilizing South Korean police and other secret agents to serve the imperial “pro-democracy” agenda.  The ever touted claim that North Korea launched a very clear war of aggression by crossing the 38th parallel–an arbitrary line of demarcation set up after WW-II by the United States between (then) Soviet Russia and U.S./U.N./allied forces–to invade South Korea is not born out by the facts that existed on the ground in the Korean peninsula in June of 1950.  Not only are there credible reports of death squads crossing into the northern territory and committing atrocities, but the diplomatic record shows a pattern of belligerence and war-mongering on the part of the United States against the then northern ‘enemy’ that has become de rigeur for the United States all over the world since then.

THE UN-PRETTY HISTORY OF KOREA

Massive post-WW-II repression and murder (extrajudicial summary executions) by South Korean troops, with U.S. military oversight, occurred against their own people in the south, including such horrible massacres as occurred on Je Ju island 1948-1949 and were white-washed by the western propaganda and intelligence apparatus (see, e.g., the documentary film ” The Ghosts of Je Ju”).  The somewhat more well-known Koch’ang incident in February 1951 involved some 600 men and women, young and old, that were reportedly herded into a narrow valley in south Korea and mowed down with machine guns by a South Korean army unit on the loosely applied claim that they were “suspected of aiding guerrillas” — these being Korean people who resisted the overt terrorism that the Korean people (north and south) were subjected to by the southern forces and U.S. troops.

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South Korea – May 1990: A map posted in the northern zone just south of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) showing the DMZ and major dams constructed on both sides of the illegal border. Photo c. keith harmon snow

The Governor of Je Ju at the time admitted that the repression of the Island’s 300,000 residents led to the murder of as many as 60,000 Islanders,” wrote S. Brian Willson, “with another 40,000 desperately fleeing in boats to Japan. Thus, one-third of its residents were either murdered or fled during the “extermination” campaign. Nearly 40,000 homes were destroyed and 270 of 400 villages were leveled.”

U.S. troops fired on crowds, conducted mass arrests, combed the hills for suspects, and organized posses of Korean rightists, constabulary and police for mass raids (reported at the time by correspondent Mark Gwyn for the Chicago Sun: see in William Blum Killing Hope).

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South Korea — May 1990: A partially camouflaged military encampment in the northern region of South Korea a few miles south of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that separates the Korean people at the 38th parallel. Photo c. keith harmon snow

Said one British scholar Jon Halliday at the time: “After all, if civilians could be mowed down in the South on suspicion of aiding (not even being) guerrillas–what about the North, where millions could reasonably be assumed to be Communists, or political militants?” (See: Killing Hope p. 51).

The U.S. military’s carpet bombing and chemical napalm bombing against the northern Koreans during the Korean War was murderous and unprecedented (though rivaled by the bombing of Dresden) and set the stage for the horrors that U.S. (and ROK) troops perpetrated on the people of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in the 1960’s and early 1970’s.  Some 100,000 British troops also participated in destroying and dividing the Koreas.  Entire villages were obliterated, wiped off the map, wiped off the Korean peninsula.  Some three million Koreans north of the 38th parallel were killed, with one million Korean people killed in the south and over one million Chinese deaths.

Please continue for full reading, via THE KOREA PROBLEM: This is What Democracy Looks Like — Keith Harmon Snow | Conscious Being Alliance — Taking Sides

Yemeni children have died, the survived ones are still hungry, many of them have been orphan, because…

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Yemeni children are sleeping in the streets.

Because, The Petroleum Gods Want This!

S. Arabia Stealing Yemen’s Oil in Collaboration with the French energy giant, Total

TEHRAN (FNA)- A Yemeni economic expert disclosed that Saudi Arabia is stealing his country’s crude reserves in bordering regions in collaboration with the French energy giant, Total.

“63% of Yemen’s crude production is being stolen by Saudi Arabia in cooperation with Mansour Hadi, the fugitive Yemeni president, and his mercenaries,” Mohammad Abdolrahman Sharafeddin told FNA on Tuesday.

“Saudi Arabia has set up an oil base in collaboration with the French Total company in the Southern parts of Kharkhir region near the Saudi border province of Najran and is exploiting oil from the wells in the region,” he added.

Sharafeddin said that Riyadh is purchasing arms and weapons with the petro dollars stolen from the Yemeni people and supplies them to its mercenaries to kill the Yemenis.

Late in last year, another economic expert said Washington and Riyadh had bribed the former Yemeni government to refrain from oil drilling and exploration activities, adding that Yemen has more oil reserves than the entire Persian Gulf region.

“Saudi Arabia has signed a secret agreement with the US to prevent Yemen from utilizing its oil reserves over the past 30 years,” Hassan Ali al-Sanaeri told FNA.

“The scientific research and assessments conducted by international drilling companies show that Yemen’s oil reserves are more than the combined reserves of all the Persian Gulf states,” he added.

Al-Sanaeri added that Yemen has abundant oil reserves in Ma’rib, al-Jawf, Shabwah and Hadhramaut regions.

He noted that a series of secret documents by Wikileaks disclosed that the Riyadh government had set up a committee presided by former Saudi Defense Minister Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz. “Former Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal  and the kingdom’s intelligence chief were also the committee’s members.”

Al-Sanaeri went on to say that Saudi Arabia has tasked the committee to implement the project to dig a canal from Saudi Arabia to the Arab Sea via Hadhramaut in order to become needless of Hormuz and Bab al-Mandab straits.

He reiterated that new oil reserves have been discovered in Yemen’s al-Jawf province which can make Yemen as one of the biggest oil exporters in the region and the world.

Quotes were taken from Fars News, Economic Expert: S. Arabia Stealing Yemen’s Oil in Collaboration with Total

What Changed?

Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister.

January 30 2017

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In 2010, President Obama directed the CIA to assassinate an American citizen in Yemen, Anwar al-Awlaki, despite the fact that he had never been charged with (let alone convicted of) any crime, and the agency successfully carried out that order a year later with a September, 2011 drone strike. While that assassination created widespread debate – the once-again-beloved ACLU sued Obama to restrain him from the assassination on the ground of due process and then, when that suit was dismissed, sued Obama again after the killing was carried out – another drone-killing carried out shortly thereafter was perhaps even more significant yet generated relatively little attention.

 

Two weeks after the killing of Awlaki, a separate CIA drone strike in Yemen killed his 16-year-old American-born son, Abdulrahman, along with the boy’s 17-year-old cousin and several other innocent Yemenis. The U.S. eventually claimed that the boy was not their target but merely “collateral damage.” Abdulrahman’s grief-stricken grandfather, Nasser al-Awlaki, urged the Washington Post “to visit a Facebook memorial page for Abdulrahman,” which explained: “Look at his pictures, his friends, and his hobbies His Facebook page shows a typical kid.”

Few events pulled the mask off Obama officials like this one. It highlighted how the Obama administration was ravaging Yemen, one of the world’s poorest countries: just weeks after he won the Nobel Prize, Obama used cluster bombs that killed 35 Yemeni women and children.

In a hideous symbol of the bipartisan continuity of U.S. barbarism, Nasser al-Awlaki just lost another one of his young grandchildren to U.S. violence. On Sunday, the Navy’s SEAL Team 6, using armed Reaper drones for cover, carried out a commando raid on what it said was a compound harboring officials of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. A statement issued by President Trump lamented the death of an American service member and several others who were wounded, but made no mention of any civilian deaths. U.S. military officials initially denied any civilian deaths, and (therefore) the CNN report on the raid said nothing about any civilians being killed.

But reports from Yemen quickly surfaced that 30 people were killed, including 10 women and children. Among the dead: the 8-year-old granddaughter of Nasser al-Awlaki, Nawar, who was also the daughter of Anwar Awlaki.

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I have been reading the news like this one: “Protests against right-wing US President Donald Trump’s ban on refugees and immigrants from several Muslim-majority countries have been held in cities across the United States, including in New York City and Washington, DC.” for last two days.

I am wondering what these protestors on the streets, want to do?

Could it be, “bring Obama administration or liberal(so-called) left-wing back on power?

Are you joke?

There is nothing changed for the whole world.

Obama administration were giving the orders to kill people.

Trump administration is doing the same.

For the entire world, there is nothing changed!

I am wondering how many of the protestors against Trump on the street right now, showed the same reaction against Obama administration when he ordered to kill 16 year-old Yemeni boy?

Any of them!

He was the Muslim boy like the others who were killed at Middle East last decades.

So, for you protestors, for showing reaction, you waited that Trump would be president, and you all have been sensitive for Muslim rights in an instant.

HAHA!!

You are seeming like joke.

You are seeming like the actors and actrists on the hypocrisy stage.

The whole REAL-LEFT world see what you are; just you don’t see that you are an instrument for what.