Jason Ditz on RT: ‘Intervention in Syria would cause Libya-style disaster’

Angela Keaton, February 19, 2012




6 Responses to “Jason Ditz on RT: ‘Intervention in Syria would cause Libya-style disaster’”

  1. Salut ,am vazut ca la tine pe site poti sa gasesti linkuri catre siteuri de filme online daca te intereseaza astfel de siteuri am gasit eu unul nou

  2. US or EU dont need to invade Syria they have this Al Queda and other terrorist groups which do their dirty job, blaming the Syrian people saying that it is them whom are terrorists. This policy per see is a State Supported terrorists by EU and US, CIA works with them so is M16 0r any other CIA like number you want, CIA is an official part of the US government institutions and thats makes the US government supporting terrorism, not that senator Lieberman or Graham any different they are there for making money out of any war and don't care about what is used or who.

  3. Lucid observers have known all along that al-Qaeda is a creature of US and British intelligence. Take it from Robin Cook, an ex Foreign Minister and leader of the UK House of Commons & Lord President of the Council in Tony Blair’s cabinet in 2003, who preferred to resign in March of that year rather than support war against Iraq.

    He said in an article in the Guardian newspaper on July 8, 2005 that “Bin Laden was… a product of a monumental miscalculation by Western security agencies. Throughout the 80’s he was armed by the CIA and funded by the Saudis to wage jihad against the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. Al-Qaida, literally "the database", was originally the computer file of the thousands of Mujahideen who were recruited and trained with help from the CIA to defeat the Russians.”

    It is interesting anyone who says what is confirmed by a UK foreign minister is rigourously censored as a "troofer" even poor old Eric Margolis since he raised questions about 911 has disappeared from this site.

  4. RT: Putin’s Kremlin propaganda machine

    Is that what antiwar.com has come to?

  5. Few Alqaeda leaders were released from prisons by the end of december, among them was Abu Musab Asoori "responsible for the Londond bombings"

  6. [...] we ought to arm the rebels, along with Turkey and the Saudis. Why this wouldn’t turn into another Libya, neither bothered to say, although I wouldn’t want to be the one who started the [...]