RV IS DONE

Everything required for the RV is done. Iraq is done and celebrating this weekend. USA public to be at the bank Tuesday. Public rates Iraq Dinar above 8, Vietnamese Dong above 2 and Zim .11 minus 6 zeros. All subject to change as always. GOD bless all.

REPUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

THE REPUBLIC HAS ALREADY BEEN ESTABLISHED AND TREATIES SIGNING GLOBALLY WITH OTHER COUNTRIES JUST ABOUT DONE. THE GENERAL WILL BE ANNOUNCING THE REPUBLIC AFTER ALL THE "BAD HOMBRES" HAVE BEEN CONTAINED.

NESARA ANNOUNCEMENT

NESARA (or GESARA) TO BE OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED WORLDWIDE ON 9/9/14. DISBURSEMENTS TO THE PEOPLE WILL START SEVERAL DAYS AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENT.

Donations Request

$250 now needed for final quarter of August. Your Donation Support For John’s Family Survival Is NOW REQUIRED! Blog may be coming down due to lack of financial support.

FOREX

WATCH THE FOREX THIS WEEK FOR RESET. DINAR & DONG ARE SUPPOSE TO SHOW UP. GREEN LIGHT FOR GOING TO THE BANK

Easy way to keep up with the Forex Exchange Rates. Notice these are out of CDT with time posted.

IQD - Dinar at: http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex/%5EUSDIQD

VND - Dong at: http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex/%5EUSDVND

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Syrian suffering: ‘Rebels armed with US-made missiles’


RT: Syrian suffering: ‘Rebels armed with US-made missiles’

Posted on by Jean
Published: 06 November, 2012, 22:17
Syrian rebel fighters hold up their guns as they shout slogans in a street in the northern city of Aleppo (AFP Photo / Tauseef Mustafa)
Syrian opposition groups are receiving American-made weapons from abroad, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has stated. Lavrov also sharply denied reports that Moscow is supplying the Assad government with weapon of mass destruction.
“We have verified information that there are more than 50 stingers in Syria now,” Lavrov told a press conference in Amman, Jordan, referring to a type of surface-to-air missile. The conference followed talks with the minister’s Jordanian counterpart, Nasser Judeh.
Lavrov reminded the press that leaders of the Free Syrian Army had many times said that it considered civilian aircraft to be legitimate targets.
Washington has previously denied allegations of supplying the Syrian rebels with weapons. “I certainly don’t know of us providing any such missiles in that area,” US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said in October.
But Eric Denece, the director of the French Center for Intelligence Studies, is certain that the Syrian rebels are receiving strong support from the US.
“Most of the time [it comes] through the Turkish, channel as well as through Qatari and Saudi channels,” he told RT.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have been accused of shipping weapons to Syria’s armed opposition on many occasions.
Previously, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have openly called for support to the Free Syrian Army with surface-to-air missile launchers.

Syrian opposition looking for ways to cooperate

Representatives of the Syrian opposition are in Doha, Qatar for a four-day meeting in a bid to become more efficient. But some have already expressed discontent, saying new names represent old political blocs, RT`s Paula Slier reports.
The main opposition body – the Syrian National Council – will broaden its base to accommodate 200 new members, representing 13 political groups and some independents, an SNC spokesman said on Monday.
The first meeting of the restructured body is due on Tuesday.
The SNC has been criticized for its inefficiency and for being detached from Syrian realities. The Doha meeting has been promoted by the US and its allies, who want to see a more cohesive opposition leadership in Syria.
Another meeting on Syria taking place in Doha on Tuesday was the Friends of Syria meeting, which included diplomats from the US, France and the UK, Al Jazeera reports, saying they are set to meet the head of SNC as well.
Meanwhile, the situation in Syria remains highly volatile. Monday saw several terror attacks, including a massive car bombing in the province of Hama, and two blasts in Damascus. The death toll from Monday’s violence could be as high as 192, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The overall death toll from the bloody conflict, which has been unfolding since March 2011, varies between 28,000 and 40,000 according to different activist groups.

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