Headlines: 10th October 2015


‘High-level security advisors to US President Barack Obama recommended that the US should withdraw its military forces from Syria and abandon plans of Assad’s resignation, DWN wrote.

Instead, high-ranking White House officials suggest that the US should undertake steps to improve the situation of the Syrian population and stop the refugee flow, the newspaper reported.

Advisors argue that the overthrow of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is not enforceable anymore. Therefore, the Americans should pull back their military forces and contribute to the restoration of destroyed cities and the supply of the population instead. According to US officials, these steps would help to stop the massive waves of refugees from the region.’

Read more: Obama Advisors Recommend US Military Withdrawal From Syria


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‘Iraqi residents have once again accused the US government of supplying ISIS jihadists with food and weapons in a viral video posted online this week.

The video, which features a group of men who appear to be soldiers, shows both supply crates and parachutes alleged to belong to the Unites States military.

“Look, film this too. These are American parachutes,” an Arabic-speaking man says in a translation acquired by Infowars. “We are inside the Baiji oil field. Is there anyone that doesn’t see them? You all see them!”’

Read more: Iraqis Accuse US of Arming ISIS After Discovering Alleged Weapons Airdrop


Untitled‘“This is a question we’ve been asking our neighbors,” Faily said. “How could these brand new trucks… these four wheel drives, hundreds of them — where are they coming from?”

Not surprisingly, it appears the US Treasury is asking the wrong party. Instead of Toyota, the US Treasury’s inquiry should have started next door at the US State Department.

Mystery Solved

Just last year it was reported that the US State Department had been sending in fleets of specifically Toyota-brand trucks into Syria to whom they claimed was the “Free Syrian Army.”

US foundation-funded Public Radio International (PRI) reported in a 2014 article titled, “This one Toyota pickup truck is at the top of the shopping list for the Free Syrian Army — and the Taliban,” that:’

Read more: The Mystery of ISIS’ Toyota Army Solved



‘A Saudi Arabian official has reportedly disclosed that the Sunni kingdom sent Syrian rebels a new batch of one of the most effective weapons for battling against the Assad regime this week.

BBC correspondent Frank Gardner tweeted that a Saudi official confirmed the delivery of 500 TOW antitank missiles to the Free Syrian Army (FSA).

The FSA is currently being squeezed from all directions by the Syrian military, Russian airstrikes, and competition from jihadist fighters, including ISIS.’

Read more: Saudi Arabia just replenished Syrian rebels with one of the most effective weapons against the Assad government


‘At least 30 people have been killed and 126 injured in two blasts at the venue for a peace rally in the Turkish capital, Ankara, Interior Ministry said. According to the Turkish government, the explosions are suspected to be a terror attack by suicide bombers.’

Read more: Powerful blasts rock Ankara peace rally, at least 30 killed and 126 injured


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A Commission set up to review what the public has a right to know under the Freedom of Information Act has held it’s first briefing for the press and then banned them from reporting on the full scope of it’s remit.

Read more: Freedom of Information Commission bans journalists from fully reporting it’s first press briefing


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‘Last month, 250,000 party members voted Jeremy Corbyn leader of the Labour party, ‘the largest mandate ever won by a Party Leader’.

The combined might of the political and media establishment had fought and lost its Stalingrad, having bombarded Corbyn with every conceivable smear in a desperate attempt to wreck his reputation with the British public.

The more extreme the attacks, the more people caught on. Social media surely played a part in this awakening; but the public simply needed to compare the cynicism with Corbyn’s obvious decency and common sense.’

Read more: Naked BBC bias on display in Jeremy Corbyn interview about nuclear weapons

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