The Yinon Thesis Vindicated: Neocons, Israel, and the Fragmentation of Syria

Israel does not want Assad to be removed or any fake puppets of the CNS, NATO-qatar-Saud backed mercenaries-contras to replace him. Israel is playing a long internal civil war making sure that the majority of the Sunnis never get access to kind of military organisation capable of resisting any ground invasion from Tel Aviv, destroying the AGP and Iranian pipelines.
The majority of the Syrian people, Sunnis do not believe in the Saudis nor the Qatar, seen as Zionist puppets, nor they believe Russia will help them.
Syrians understand clearly these facts as Iraq invasion remains in their minds. Israel will face a military defeat when Netanyahu and Barak will try to grab South of Lebanon and Damascus.



by Stephen J. Sniegoski


It is widely realized now that the fall of President Bashar Assad’s regime would leave Syria riven by bitter ethnic, religious, and ideological conflict that could splinter the country into smaller enclaves. (more…)

Ziocon War fever as seen from Iran…

Since West is not ssincerely interested in solving the nuclear issue, therefore, it wants Iran to straightaway forgo its enrichment program completely. This puts Iran in a situation that compels her to “change its nuclear diplomacy and accelerate its enrichment program, as it seeks self-sufficiency in nuclear fuel.”
The bottom line is “not only has the West pushed Iran to seek self-sufficiency, but at every juncture, it has tried to deprive Iran of its inalienable right to enrichment. This has simply propelled Iran to proceed full throttle toward mastering nuclear technology.”




by Pepe Escober


Absent the possibility of joining the Curiosity rover on Mars, there’s nowhere to hide from the “Bomb Iran” hysteria relentlessly emanating from Tel Aviv and its Washington outposts. Now that even includes third-rate hacks suggesting US President Barack Obama should go in person to Israel to appease the warmongering duo Bibi-Barak [1].

So it’s time for something completely different – and totally absent from Western corporate media; sound Iranian minds rationally analyzing what’s really going on behind the drums of war – regarding Iran, Turkey, the Arab world and across Eurasia. (more…)

In Defense of Günter Grass

Günter Grass’ electrifying poem, “What Must Be Said,” that has brought an avalanche of invective – some scurrilous, some vituperative, some even personal vilification – against the man who warns the people of the world as well as the Jewish people of the dangers inherent in the actions of the Zionist controlled government of the State of Israel.

“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted, the indifference of those who should have known better, the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most, that has made it possible for evil to triumph”

~ Haile Selassie.

“Have our Jewish sisters and brothers forgotten their humiliation? Have they forgotten the collective punishment, the home demolitions, in their own history so soon? Have they turned their backs on their profound and noble religious traditions? Have they forgotten that God cares deeply about the downtrodden”

~ Bishop Desmond Tutu.





by William A.Cook


These two cautionary admonitions capture the thrust of Günter Grass’ electrifying poem, “What Must Be Said,” that has brought an avalanche of invective – some scurrilous, some vituperative, some even personal vilification – against the man who warns the people of the world as well as the Jewish people of the dangers inherent in the actions of the Zionist controlled government of the State of Israel.

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Günter Grass exposes Israel as a nuclear power that “endangers” a fragile world peace

Is Israel a threat to world peace? German writer Günter Grass has been blasted as an anti-Semite this week for making just such a claim in a new poem. But while the verse may not win any awards, Grass has kicked off an important — and long overdue — debate. And, he’s right.

“The threat is always there to Israel.  The threat changes as Netanyahu, or whoever governs Israel at the time, sees a new threat to Israel’s long-protected narrative of why Israel is never wrong.”


by James M Wall


A stunning new poem by German novelist Günter Grass, has “broken the silence” on Israel as a nuclear power.

Western journalists and politicians have long enforced that silence by unspoken and unwritten common agreement.

The silence was successfully imposed for two reasons: The Holocaust and the fear of being called anti-Semitic.

Günter Grass (pictured above) has broken that silence with his poem, Was gesagt werden muss (What must be said).

A German Jewish writer, Grass is a major figure in German literature. He speaks with considerable authority through his extensive and innovative writing. He is considered one of Germany’s major novelists.

The press release announcing his 1999 Nobel Prize for Literature begins:

When Günter Grass published The Tin Drum in 1959 it was as if German literature had been granted a new beginning after decades of linguistic and moral destruction.

Within the pages of this, his first novel, Grass recreated the lost world from which his creativity sprang, Danzig, his home town, as he remembered it from the years of his infancy before the catastrophe of war.

Here he comes to grips with the enormous task of reviewing contemporary history by recalling the disavowed and the forgotten: the victims, losers and lies that people wanted to forget because they had once believed in them.


Free speech? Israel’s ziocolonists declare Truth-teller Guenter Grass a persona non grata!

A Palestinian boy waves his national fla
Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass published last week a new poem criticizing Israel’s policies against Iran. Grass, Germany’s most famous living author and the 1999 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature has sparked outrage in Israel with the publication of a poem, “What must be said,” in which he sharply criticizes Israel’s policies on Iran.(Snip) ”The nuclear power Israel is endangering a world peace that is already fragile?” says Grass. As the controversy rages on in Israel & elsewhere a Palestinian boy waves his national flag in front of an Israeli soldier standing guard during a weekly protest against Israel’s controversial separation barrier in the West Bank village of Maasarah near Bethlehem on April 6, 2012. AFP, Getty Images




by Truthaholics


Guenter Grass is a German Nobel Laureate, who criticised Israel over its tensions with Iran. Grass was born as Günter Wilhelm Grass (on 16 October 1927) and is an author, poet, playwright, sculptor and artist. Born in the Free City of Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland) Grass came to Germany as a refugee in 1945. But in his fiction he frequently returns to the Danzig of his childhood. He is best known for his first novel,

The Tin Drum, a key text in European magic realism and the first part of his Danzig Trilogy.

His works frequently have a left wing political dimension and Grass has been an active supporter of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. In 2006, Grass acknowledged that at the age of 17 he had volunteered for submarine service, was not accepted and instead drafted into a Waffen-SS Panzer Division.


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