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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Yemen/ Saudi/ Bahrain update 12/10/2016..'UK committed to security of Persian Gulf Arab monarchies'

'UK committed to security of Persian Gulf Arab monarchies'



Silence on Theresa May’s Gulf Visit






Yemeni hospital affected by Saudi war




Ibb province turns into largest shelter for Yemen’s displaced






Saudi Arabia Uses Cluster Bombs Again against Yemeni People in Sa'ada Province



The Saudi air force attacked the Yemeni civilians in Sa'ada province with cluster bombs several times over the past week.



The residents of al-Malil district in Kitaf city of Sa'ada province came under the Saudi warplanes' cluster bomb raids.



"There were no immediate reports of the possible casualties in al-Malil district of the city of Kitaf, but locals said tens of people have been killed or wounded in the raid," the Arabic-language al-Massira TV quoted a local source as saying on Saturday.



Last week, several Yemeni civilians were wounded in Saudi Arabia's cluster bomb attacks in Shahar region in Sa'ada province.



A human rights watch in its latest report announced in a report that the US helps Saudi Arabia in its air raids on the Yemeni people. It noted that tens of people have so far been killed in the Saudi Arabia's cluster bombs attacks while the bombs had US flags on them.



On Friday, seven civilians were killed and 11 more were injured in Saudi Army's rocket and aerial attacks in the Northwestern Sa’ada province, local media said.



Saudi forces' rocket attack killed five civilians and wounded eight more in the city of Haydan in the Telan district of Sa’ada, al-Masirah tv network reported.



Saudi warplanes also targeted the al-Nazir region of the city of Razeh in the same province, leaving two residents dead and three more wounded.



In later August the UN human rights office said the Saudi military is using cluster bombs against residential areas in Yemen in violation of international law, blaming the Riyadh regime for most of the civilian casualties in its impoverished Southern neighbor.



Also in August, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein called for the creation of an independent international body to investigate cases of human rights violations in conflict-ridden Yemen.



"Civilians in Yemen have suffered unbearably over the years from the effects of a number of simultaneous and overlapping armed conflicts,” Hussein said in a statement, adding that “they continue to suffer... while those responsible for the violations and abuses against them enjoy impunity.”



The UN official further said “such a manifestly protracted unjust situation must no longer be tolerated by the international community,” calling for “an international, independent investigative body” to be established.



On May 6, Human Rights Watch (HRW) criticized the United States for selling cluster munitions to Saudi Arabia, urging Riyadh to stop using such banned arms that leave behind unexploded sub-munitions and endanger civilians.



Steve Goose, arms director at HRW and chair of the Cluster Munition Coalition, an international coalition of groups working to eradicate cluster munitions, said Saudi Arabia has used various types of US-made cluster munitions, including CBU-105 Sensor Fuzed Weapons, in its war against Yemen despite evidence of mounting civilian casualties.



Experts say CBU-105 is designed to explode above the ground and project an explosively formed jet of metal and fragmentation downward. The cluster ammunition is equipped with electronic self-destruct and self-deactivation features.



On April 7, HRW said its investigators traveled to a town in Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah the day after the attack and identified 97 civilians killed in the strike, including 25 children. The team said another 10 bodies were burned beyond recognition, bringing the total number of victims to 107.



They found fragments of a GBU-31 satellite-guided bomb as well as its guidance equipment supplied by the US, matching an earlier report by British television network ITV.



The US has backed the Saudi campaign in Yemen. In November last year, Washington approved a USD 1.29 billion rearming program for Riyadh, including thousands of similar bombs.

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PressTV Debate Situation in Syria Dec 10, 2016

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Trump update 12/10/2016..Trumpian Revolution

Trump Greeted With Cheers at Army-Navy Game







CIA report indicates Russian hackers wanted to help Trump



Ex-CIA analyst: Trump response is unbelievable




Russia Becoming America 2.0 While USA Backslides Into Soviet Nostalgia, Can Trump Change It?






Has The Trumpian Revolution Begun?



by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org,







The wailing and keening over the choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA appears to be a lead indicator of a coming revolution far beyond Reagan’s.



“Trump Taps Climate Skeptic For Top Environmental Post,” said The Wall Street Journal. “Climate Change Denial,” bawled a disbelieving New York Times, which urged the Senate to put Pruitt in a “dust bin.”



Clearly, though his victory was narrow, Donald Trump remains contemptuous of political correctness and defiant of liberal ideology.



For environmentalism, as conservative scholar Robert Nisbet wrote in 1982, is more than the “most important social movement” of the 20th century. It is a militant and dogmatic faith that burns heretics.



“Environmentalism is well on its way to becoming the third great wave of redemptive struggle in Western history,” wrote Nisbet, “the first being Christianity, the second modern socialism.” In picking a “climate denier” to head EPA, Trump is rejecting revealed truth.



Yet, as with his choices of Steve Bannon as White House strategist and Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, he has shown himself to be an unapologetic apostate to liberal orthodoxy.



Indeed, with his presidency, we may be entering a post-liberal era.



In 1950, literary critic Lionel Trilling wrote, “In the United States at this time liberalism is not only the dominant but even the sole intellectual tradition. For it is the plain fact that nowadays there are no conservative or reactionary ideas in general circulation.”



The rise of the conservative movement of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan revealed liberalism’s hour to be but a passing moment. Yet, today, something far beyond conservatism seems to be afoot.



As Hegel taught, in the dialectic of history the thesis calls into existence the antithesis. What we seem to be seeing is a rejection, and a counterreformation against the views and values that came out of the social and political revolutions of the 1960s.



Consider the settled doctrine Trump disrespected with Pruitt.



We have long been instructed that climate change is real, that its cause is man-made, that it imperils the planet with rising seas, hurricanes and storms, that all nations have a duty to curb the release of carbon dioxide to save the world for future generations.



This is said to be “scientific truth,” and “climate deniers” are like people who believe the earth is flat and the sun revolves around it. Some hold the matter to be so grave that climate deniers should be censored for promoting socially destructive falsehoods.



Yet, the people remain skeptical.



Their worry is not that the rising waters of the Med will swamp the Riviera, but that tens of millions of Arabs, Muslims and Africans may be coming across to swamp Europe, and that millions of Mexicans may cross the Rio Grande to swamp the USA.



Call them climate deniers or climate skeptics, but they see the establishment as running the Big Con to effect a transfer of wealth and power away from the people — and to themselves.



Across the West, establishments have lost credibility.



The proliferation of minority parties, tearing off pieces of the traditional ruling parties, points to a growing distrust in ruling regimes and a return to identifying with the nation and tribe whence one came.



A concomitant of this is a growing disbelief in egalitarianism and in the equality of all races, creeds, nations, cultures and peoples.



The Supreme Court may say all religions are equal and all must be treated equally. But do Americans believe Christianity and Islam are equal? How could they, when Christians claim their faith has as its founder the Son of God and God himself?



After calling for a ban on Muslim immigration, Trump was elected president. After inviting a million refugees from Syria’s civil war into Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel admits having made a mistake and is now in favor of letting German cities and towns decide if women should be allowed to wear burqas.



A sea change in thought is taking place in the West.



Liberalism appears to be a dying faith. America’s elites may still preach their trinity of values: diversity, democracy, equality. But the majorities in America and Europe are demanding that the borders be secured and Third World immigrants kept out.



The next president disbelieves in free trade. He wants a border wall. He questions the wisdom of our Mideast wars and the need for NATO. He is contemptuous of democratist dogma that how other nations rule themselves is our business. He rejects transnationalism and globalism.



“There is no global anthem, no global currency, no certificate of global citizenship,” said Trump in Cincinnati, “We pledge allegiance to one flag, and that flag is the American flag. From now on, it’s going to be America first. … We’re going to put ourselves first.”



That’s not Adlai Stevenson or Jimmy Carter or Barack Obama.



Nothing seems settled or certain. All is in flux. But change is coming. “Things are in the saddle, and ride mankind.”


#StandingRock update 12/09/16.. Footage of the west drill pad

Standing Rock - 12/09/16 Latest Drill Update - Footage of the west drill pad



We Are Still Standing in Standing Rock LaDonna Brave Bull Allard


Stefan Molyneux with Truth About #FakeNews Russia Hacked U.S. Election For Donald Trump?

The Truth About Fake News | Russia Hacked U.S. Election For Donald Trump? - YouTube



2 Explosions rock central Istanbul, at least 13 dead, dozens injured

BREAKING: 2 Explosions rock central Istanbul, at least 13 dead, dozens injured - YouTube



ISIS update 12/10/2016..US, Russia reach agreement to extract remaining rebels from Aleppo

Lavrov: US & Russia reach agreement to extract remaining rebels from Aleppo



Kerry: Rebels threatened civilians who wanted to leave, blocked humanitarian aid




Pentagon Chief: US to send 200 extra troops to Syria



‘US to hand out arms like Christmas cookies to preserve terrorist assets in Syria’ - ex-US diplomat




State Dept: Obama waiver arms for Syrian rebels. 09 Dec 2016



MANPADS: Against Daesh, but not for Syrian rebels? 09 Dec 2016




Hundreds of civilians fleeing southeastern Aleppo



Trapped in Aleppo: ‘When you have kids they don’t allow you to leave’




UN: Militants prevent Aleppo civilians from fleeing



Aleppo: Footage of Syrian army battles against Jihadists south of Aleppo Castle




Footage of Syrian army operations against Jihadists in Zabdiyah district - Aleppo




Militants' rocket attacks kill over 20 civilians in Aleppo



RuMOD briefing: the situation in Aleppo | 09 Dec 2016



Promised victory coming for Syria, allies: Nasrallah






Syrian Analyst: Liberation of Aleppo to Open Way for Retaking Idlib, Raqqa, Deir Ezzur



A prominent Syrian analyst underlined that the army and its allies' astonishing advance against the terrorists in Aleppo cannot be compared to their previous victories as an ultimate victory in the city will pave the ground for seizing back Idlib, Raqqa and Deir Ezzur.

Akhil Aid described imminent freedom of Aleppo as a strategic development, and said Aleppo's strategic importance is equal to Damascus and it is even more significant economically.

"The western countries which support terrorists have been witnessing their fall in Aleppo in recent days and are attempting to ratify a ceasefire resolution at the UN Security Council to prevent the failure their plots against Syria," he told FNA on Saturday.

Noting that the Arab Sheikhdoms in the Persian Gulf are the biggest supporters of terrorists in Syria by their petrodollars, Aid said the big gap among the terrorist groups indicates that they don’t follow any cause and the title they had created for themselves as 'Syrian revolutionaries' was nothing but a big lie made by the westerners.

He concluded that the messages received from Idlib also say that the people in the province want the Syrian army and its allies to rescue them from the terrorists' hands.

Syrian officials had also earlier described the Aleppo battle as an instance of the toughest civil wars, and said the army's victory in this battle promises liberation of all parts of Syria from the terrorists' control.

Syrian Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad underlined the continued advance of the army and popular forces in liberating different parts of Aleppo, and said the terrorists should dig their own graves after the siege is complete.

"The Aleppo battle is war against terrorism and it lies with efforts that the Syrian government is making in cooperation with its allies to eradicate terrorism in Aleppo," Mikdad said in July.

Noting that the world community is sensitively pursuing the Aleppo battle, he expressed the hope that the Syrian army would earn victory in the war on terrorism.





Inside the Bakr neighbourhood in Mosul




Mosul: looking at the water crisis in the east of the city



Mosul family reveal the wreckage caused by ISIS






Iraqi Army Base Comes Under US Air Raid Again, 90 Soldiers Killed, Over 100 Wounded



The US warplanes launched airstrikes on Iraqi army troops in the city of Mosul in Nineveh province again, killing tens of government soldiers and injuring many others, informed military sources disclosed on Saturday.

"Several Iraqi army's military vehicles, including 8 BMP and 4 Humvee vehicles were destroyed in addition to leaving at least 90 soldiers dead and over 100 others injured in the US airstrikes which took place in al-Moshrefeh town on Friday," an informed source in the Iraqi army said.

The US airstrikes also resulted in the withdrawal of the Iraqi forces from some newly-liberated districts in Mosul city and a number of Iraqi troops were also captured as a result of the US air raids.

The US warplanes had struck the village of al-Rahyat on November 29 and al-Saheliyeh region on November 21 which resulted in the death and injury of tens of Iraqi army troops and inflicted heavy on Iraq's infrastructures.

In mid-October, Deputy Chief of the Nineveh Provincial Council Noureddin Qablan announced that the US-led coalition warplanes have launched airstrikes on an army base in Nineveh province, killing several soldiers.

"The US fighter jets hit one of the military bases of Iraqi Army's 16th Division in a region North of Mosul, and the attack left four Iraqi soldiers dead," Qablan said.

He said that the US army has confirmed the attack, calling it a "mistake".

Qablan said that it is not the first time the US warplanes hit the Iraqi army and volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) military positions, adding, "The US-led coalition has each time said that air raids were not deliberate."



On October 5, the US warplanes hit the military positions of Hashd al-Shaabi forces in the village of Kharaeb Jabr to the South of Mosul, killing 20 Iraqi volunteer forces and injuring five others.

In late September, a senior Iraqi lawmaker disclosed that the US fighter jets had pounded the military positions of the Iraqi volunteer forces in the Northern part of Babel province.

"The Iraqi warplanes struck the equipment warehouses of Hashd al-Shaabi in al-Nasr region in Northern Babel," Mohammad Naji said.

He noted that the US was trying to prevent the Iraqi popular forces from making advances against the ISIL and the most important proof to that is that it struck Hashd al-Shaabi's warehouse in mid-September.

In June 2015, Fighter jets of the US-led coalition against ISIL once again struck the Iraqi forces' positions in the province of Anbar, in Western Iraq.

The US-led coalition warplanes hit the bases of Iraqi army's Hezbollah battalions in Fallujah in Anbar province, killing 6 soldiers and injuring 8 others.

In early May, the anti-ISIL coalition forces struck the position of Iraq's popular forces near Baghdad, killing a number of volunteer forces.

The US-led coalition warplanes hit an arms production workshop of the popular forces near the Iraqi capital, destroying the workshop and its ammunition completely.

Two members of Iraq's popular forces were killed in the attack.

The US has repeatedly struck the popular forces' positions in different parts of Iraq.

On March 29 2015, the US fighter jets struck the positions of Iraq's popular forces during their fierce clashes with ISIL terrorists near Tikrit, injuring a number of fighters.

The US and coalition forces conducted eight airstrikes near Tikrit, but they hit the popular forces' positions instead of ISIL.

In February 2015, an Iraqi provincial official lashed out at the western countries and their regional allies for supporting Takfiri terrorists in Iraq, revealing that the US airplanes still continue to airdrop weapons and foodstuff for the ISIL terrorists.

"The US planes have dropped weapons for the ISIL terrorists in the areas under ISIL control and even in those areas that have been recently liberated from the ISIL control to encourage the terrorists to return to those places," Coordinator of Iraqi popular forces Jafar al-Jaberi told FNA.

He noted that eyewitnesses in Al-Havijeh of Kirkuk province had witnessed the US airplanes dropping several suspicious parcels for ISIL terrorists in the province.

"Two coalition planes were also seen above the town of Al-Khas in Diyala and they carried the Takfiri terrorists to the region that has recently been liberated from the ISIL control," Al-Jaberi said.

Meantime, Head of Iraqi Parliament's National Security and Defense Committee Hakem al-Zameli also disclosed that the anti-ISIL coalition's planes have dropped weapons and foodstuff for the ISIL in Salahuddin, Al-Anbar and Diyala provinces.

In January 2015, al-Zameli underlined that the coalition is the main cause of ISIL's survival in Iraq.

"There are proofs and evidence for the US-led coalition's military aid to ISIL terrorists through air(dropped cargoes)," he told FNA at the time. 





Several Nusra Commanders Arrested by Syrian Gov't Forces in Aleppo

Syrian Army Seizes Terrorists' Large Ammunition Depot in Aleppo City

Heavy Infighting Erupts between Jeish Al-Fatah Terrorists, Newcomers from Damascus in Idlib

Iraqi Army Base Comes Under US Air Raid Again, 90 Soldiers Killed, Over 100 Wounded

Minister: Turkey Major Loser of War in Syria

Syrian Analyst: Liberation of Aleppo to Open Way for Retaking Idlib, Raqqa, Deir Ezzur

Syrian Gov't Forces Continue to Beat Terrorists Back from More Positions East of Aleppo City

Syrian MP: Gov't Forces to Free Aleppo City in Few Days

The Government, Bureaus, and Media, Are Not Acting Normally

The Government, Bureaus, and Media, Are Not Acting Normally - YouTube



David Icke on #Pizzagate the context

Pizzagate, The Context - The David Icke Videocast Trailer - YouTube



Donald Trump Destroys CNN #FakeNews!!!

Donald Trump Destroys CNN FAKE NEWS!!! - YouTube



Guccifer's Jailhouse Letter to Fox News

Jailhouse Letter: Guccifer laments failure to expose 'crimes,' rails against Clinton | Fox News



.............“Hillary Rodham Diane Clinton is one of the high priests, a goddess of
this ocult, (sic) satanic, shadow group. One must see their evil and
profoundly corrupt motive to understand what I am talking about.”



...................“Though I know I invested a great deal of time and effort trying to
expose the crimes of the Rockefellers, the Bush Klan (sic) the Clinton,
and many others, maybe my skills were NOT matching my faith,”



................“So I apologize in front of the unknown soldiers who struggle to take
this fight against these monsters to a glorious end. Many of ‘em are
risking their lives, while doing this behind the computer screens, from
inside or outside the system.”



#PurpleRevolution or why Hillary keeps wearing purple in public

Report: Hillary Ignites Soros-Funded Purple Revolution Against Trump » Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!

Report: Hillary Ignites Soros-Funded Purple Revolution Against Trump







While blasting so-called “fake news” on Thursday, Hillary Clinton once again wore the color purple which signifies George Soros’ color revolution against the Donald Trump presidency.



Clinton, who has deep ties to Soros, also wore purple during her concession speech on Nov. 9.120916gettys2





Soros, a socialist billionaire best known for breaking the British pound in 1992, has funded government overthrows, known as color revolutions, in Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and other countries in the former Soviet bloc, the Middle East and North Africa.



And now he’s trying to do the same using far-left radicals in the U.S., if Hillary’s recent penchant for the color purple is any indication.



But why purple? It’s the color resulting from mixing red and blue – and Clinton and others pushing the upcoming “purple revolution” will likely justify it as the “unification” of the divided red and blue states of America.



“Anytime globalist politicians embrace a color, be on guard for a revolution bearing that particular hue,” reported D.C. journalist Wayne Madsen. “On the day after the election that propelled Donald Trump into the White House, Hillary and Bill Clinton entered the ballroom of the ‘Moonie’ Unification Church-owned New Yorker hotel in midtown Manhattan adorned in the color purple.”



“Mrs. Clinton wore a pant suit with purple lapels and a purple blouse, while Bill Clinton wore a purple tie.”



Already many of the nationwide protests since the election were coordinated by the Soros-funded activist group MoveOn.org.



“When it comes to themed revolutions, the Sorosites have refined the art to a science,” Madsen added. “While Mrs. Clinton called for uniting the nation in her concession speech, Soros’s minions took the streets in protests, some turning violent, across the United States.”



“Clinton, who received millions of dollars in campaign contributions from Soros, showed her real intentions by signaling the start of Soros’s Purple Revolution in the United States.”



Keiser Repor: Trump & the Politics of Jobs (E 1004)

Keiser Repor: Trump & the Politics of Jobs (E 1004) - YouTube