August 2nd, 2012
(HigginsBlog) – President Obama has signed an order that authorizes the CIA and other US to provide Syria terrorists the support they need to overthrow the Syrian government.
In an exclusive news report Reuters has learned President Obama officially signed a secret order earlier this year authorizing the CIA and other US agencies to conduct clandestine operations in coordination with armed terrorist gangs in Syria to overthrow the nation’s government.
The report goes on to verifies that the US and its allies have in fact set up command and control ‘nerve’ centers along the Syria border in Turkey under the guise of refugee camps to plan and conduct terrorist attacks.
In a passive voice, Reuters states that the US apparently is still not providing the terrorists with weapons but does confirm previous reports that US is funneling millions of dollars of ‘non-lethal’ aid to the rebels.
Meanwhile US cities continue to go bankrupt and a battle over the US fiscal cliff lies on the horizon.
At the same time Reuters acknowledges that US allies, such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar, are in fact supply the terrorists with weapons.
Moreover, the report implies that the US and its allies have been in control of the terrorist attacks in Syria for sometime noting the the terrorist gangs have gone from being a ‘dis0rginized’ earlier in the year to ‘showing noticeable improvements in the coherence and effectiveness’ within the last few weeks.
This clearly explains why the Syrian terrorist have been conducting executions of civilians and the media has been reporting them as the work of the Syrian government.
This further explains why the media keeps getting caught publishing fake news stories to hype up war support with the most infamous the many fake stories being the revelation of the CNN staged interview with the ‘activist’ Danny.
Exclusive: Obama authorizes U.S. support for Syrian rebels
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama has signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for rebels seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government, U.S. sources familiar with the matter said.
Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the rebels oust Assad.
This and other developments signal a shift toward growing, albeit still circumscribed, support for Assad’s armed opponents – a shift that intensified following last month’s failure of the U.N. Security Council to agree on tougher sanctions against the Damascus government.
The White House is for now apparently stopping short of giving the rebels lethal weapons, even as some U.S. allies do just that.
But U.S. and European officials have said that there have been noticeable improvements in the coherence and effectiveness of Syrian rebel groups in the past few weeks. That represents a significant change in assessments of the rebels by Western officials, who previously characterized Assad’s opponents as a disorganized, almost chaotic, rabble.
The full extent of clandestine support that agencies like the CIA might be providing also is unclear.
A U.S. government source acknowledged that under provisions of the presidential finding, the United States was collaborating with a secret command center operated by Turkey and its allies.
Last week, Reuters reported that, along with Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Turkey had established a secret base near the Syrian border to help direct vital military and communications support to Assad’s opponents.
This “nerve center” is in Adana, a city in southern Turkey about 60 miles from the Syrian border, which is also home to Incirlik, a U.S. air base where U.S. military and intelligence agencies maintain a substantial presence.
Turkey’s moderate Islamist government has been demanding Assad’s departure with growing vehemence. Turkish authorities are said by current and former U.S. government officials to be increasingly involved in providing Syrian rebels with training and possibly equipment.
European government sources said wealthy families in Saudi Arabia and Qatar were providing significant financing to the rebels. Senior officials of the Saudi and Qatari governments have publicly called for Assad’s departure.
[...]Current and former U.S. and European officials previously said that weapons supplies, which were being organized and financed by Qatar and Saudi Arabia, were largely limited to guns and a limited number of anti-tank weapons, such as bazookas.
Source: Higgins Blog