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“THERE NEVER WAS A GOOD WAR OR A BAD PEACE.”

In Fanny Lulu's diary on October 10, 2012 at 12:32 pm

We all know what has been happening in the Middle East countries since december 2010.

The designers of this “Project” probably made most of the us believed that the upheavals in the Arab World meant to bring democracy, justice, equality, liberty etc. under the umbrella laicism together with moderate İslam through the eyes of the western states.(Turkish model)

All the clues I could follow from those well-organised protests, strikes, marches, demonstrations etc. are carefully orchestrated by Invisible Hands.(Guess who they are?)

Now at this point could we all have common sense to figure out whatever is served on the TV screens and the other news sources?

Could we show our mental resistance against all the manipulations and censorships of visual and print media before believing all imprudently?

If we want to know the pure truth to live humanly, it is a must to search the news and situations extensively in an objective and unprejudiced way.

The people living in the world are now face to face with disinformation and this makes the wars legally acceptable and more open to be supported by the international community which may be influenced  by global mass media tools. Especially when the developped states in every aspect are involved in these crimes…

The world is being changed by bloody hands of the bloody minds. I am not against the “change” and “revolution”. But these words make sense when they are all done for the people themselves. That’s why I will never understand the meaning of “war”. Do you think that there are winners in war? It is hard to say that war is the best solution for ending the conflicts or changing the regimes. We all must make sure the conflicts will never come to an end unless we quit the idea of  wiping out the others with whom we disagree. The leaves are not alike so are the people, ideas, actions etc…”Democracy” which they are in a big endeavour to bring to the eastern countries mean what I try to say. I am not dreaming, I believe that their own people can choose their leader in its organic process of  “change”. All I see is now “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” and “the end justifies the means”. The system works the same as in the past years: Make them believe in freedom and democracy by arming and funding them to achieve their duties but while doing that make use of non-governmental organisations and social media. As a second step: support all the opponents and bring them together for reasonable aims such as following footsteps of  “SPRING: ideas of rebirth, renewal and regrowth.”

Bloody change which will mostly serve Invisible Hands’ profits in Middle East.

The falls of dictatorial regimes will open new horizons for the people of the Middle East, (Oil-Thirsty) Western States together with Russia and China brothers.

It is quite worth to mention that i am worried about our foreign policy as ”zero problems with neighbours” is turning into “zero neighbours with problems”. We are all alone in the borderland of  Syria and exposed to the Syrian strikes that may occur anytime. Briefly, Turkey hosted about 95.000 refugees according to AFAD (Turkish Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate). They’ve been living in the camps in humanitarian conditions (with lodging, food, health services, security, social activities, education, religious services, translation services and communications). Even worse 2 air force pilots were killed when their jet was shot down by Syrian troops in 22nd june and 4 month later 5 more Turkish civilians(three of them were children) were killed during the mortar bombs fired from Syria territory  for the sake of nothing. The habitants of the border region are living in fear and questions. Social unrest is all around and daily life is unbalanced since the nightmare began. I believe that this is a huge cost for all Turkish people that will not be repaired easily..

“Nato member” Turkey is deprived of the financial and military support of the Western States. What about North Atlantic Treaty’s Article 5, which states that “an armed attack against one . . . shall be considered an attack against them all.”  This article is dead and NULL! It’s clearly justified by the loyal member Turkish Goverment and the International Community! We are confronted with the WAR! Thanks to the West and allied states, what you wish is nearly fulfilled with the permission from the parliament for cross border military operations if  it’s deemed necessary.

I hope this time when elephants fight, the grass will not suffer.

SAY NO TO WAR!

“TO RICH MAN’S WAR, POOR MAN’S FIGHT!”

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There is a woman behind every successful man!

In Afasia's corner... on March 19, 2012 at 4:38 pm

Where are you?

There is a woman behind every successful man!

Yes I know, success is an uncertain fact for every situation. We normally feel proud of things which make our hearths full of emotion, positivity and when we do something real good for us and others.

Would you feel successful or proud of killing someone else?

Making people listen your orders in fear of death?

Dictating them?

Would you feel happy for treating  bad to a person, animal or any plant?

Or let’s make it simple, would you feel happy for giving in to fear?

There are people proud of it like Syrian president Assad’s wife Asma Assad.

http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/03/19/10752424-report-i-am-the-real-dictator-wife-of-syrias-bashar-assad-says

I want to believe that was a joke.
I want to believe that was a kind of dark humor against their situation.
I want to believe that she was not really enjoying her husband’s status against his people and telling that she was the one behind each act of Assad’s bloody movements.
I believe I am too optimist about it.

This words just to call them to stop killing each other. They won’t hear or read our words but we wish they stop this massacre.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/mar/29/bashar-al-assad-syrian-president

Thanks and Best Regards

“it’s like, when you’re screaming at the top of your lungs and, like, no-one hears you, like what the hell are you supposed to say, you know? what are you supposed to do?”

In Fanny Lulu's diary on March 15, 2012 at 10:30 am

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From the docu-movie: If a tree falls: Eart Liberation Front

Actually, we feel the same way as in the headline above but it does not help a lot to sort out problems occuring all around the world…

Dr. Fawaz Akhras, the father of Asma al-Assad, told the Sunday Express Assad should proceed with democratic reforms “before it’s too late”.

Read more: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/309211/20120305/assad-s-father-law-horrified-violence-syria.htm#ixzz1oLqSETIQ

Hence i can easily ask that what “ before it’s too late” means? Could you kindly make the best definition of being too late? Isn’t it that late to witness people’s have been killing by Assad family(your family) and their armed forces? According to the U.N reports more than 8500 civilians died during the Syrian conflict in almost every single cities of Syria which has been already  turned into bloodshed. At the very same time he made a statement that he was quite worried about her daugher’s and grandchildren’s lives because of the fire circle around them. It seems that the so-called uprising has been frightening him just because his beloved ones inhabit in Syria. Yet he must make pretty sure of that their lives are more significant and valuable to the world (more than the unarmed Syrians, journalists & all the -8500- people your family’s combat troops killed atrociously! ) and kept strictly distinct.

Sick minded machine guns have been making self defence and doing the most destructive way of ultra-patrionism which will cause a never ending conflict among Syrians of different etnic groups. Well, maybe this is a kind of etnic cleansing which is horrifying me as an human being and apparently more than international community.Yes, i agree that it requires for the international community and the sides to be diligent and oversensitive to put an end to the this bloody controversy and unfortunately  i am neither the addressee of the fight nor peacekeeping force which is responsible to bring peace (!), democracy (!), justice (!)etc. for all. As you may know Kofi Annan who has been given Nobel Peace Prize for his founding of theGlobal Aids and Health Fund, is now on a peace mission in Syria as UN envoy so he is hardly expected to make miracles, urge the Syrian government and the opposition to cease the violence against civilians. Although he is in the heart of  conflict, he is obviously a myopic envoy so that he can’t see clear what’s happening and will happen over there in the near future. Let’s take a deep look at what he said on his Syria visit:

“We have to be careful that we don’t introduce a medicine that is worse than the disease. We don’t have to go very far in the region to find an example of what I am talking about,” he said at the League headquarters in Cairo by adding he was “optimistic” about the current situation and thus he almost declared to all the world that there was nothing could be achieved in the war zone where humanity went far-far away. This means to support Assad regime to go on humane slaghter freely.

The Great Dictator Assad is of the opinion that the people whom he killed are not the public (including one months old babies & children and unarmed women) and they are surely betrayers who are in collaboration with external powers and the terrorists who leaded to a chaos. Besides, a dictator wouldn’t need anything more to massacre his people so he did…

The point is that i can not comprehend Bashar Al-Assad has been emphasing at times that his people adored him for ages so then why he doesn’t want to go to elections as an opening gate to democracy? He may have the chance in order to be elected again. But i think he tends to do make his difference by collaborating with his brothers in arms and killing all the rest who does not agree with himself.

Why is he afraid of then? What’s happening there, is this a kind of show of force, or challenge but to whom indeed? The brand new front is made by Iran, Russia, China, Syria and Lebanon (HezbollahShi’a Muslim militant group) and it seems that they are all against the US, EU, Israel, Turkey and  League of Arab States in some political & strategic ways. That’s all i can see for the moment and this decade will be the biggest candidate to change turn of the world one more time.

In conclusion, i do wonder if Assad will put a full stop to committing mass murders in his own country or will NATO make a military intervention before it leads to a larger regional war? Why does NATO see the intervention as a taboo? What about the organisation of “ Friends of Syria”? What about Humanitarian Aid Corridor which will work out to rescue injured people’s lives, help people who are starving to death and fleeing from the cities under bombardment. There are thousands of  people in Syria who does not have “tomorrow” and even “today”.  For further information about “Friends of Syria” please check :

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-17356556

Stay with Life, Love, Light and Luck…

(1st photo taken from: http://972mag.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/syria.jpg)

(2nd photo taken from: http://www.yemenfox.net/userimages/mag/1/210/321/4.jpg)

Which side do you take in this bloody match? Be the side or A”SIDE” but never be like “ASSAD”!..

In Fanny Lulu's diary on February 10, 2012 at 4:31 pm

http://www.npr.org/2012/02/05/146424981/un-ambassador-susan-rice-fumes-at-syria-veto

It seems that it all started on January 26th of 2011 in Syria under the waves of the riots which were so called ‘Arab Spring’…

Recently ongoing  protests have been echoing  on the world public opinion…Let’s listen to the different voices rising up from the spectators:

First One “Direct speech”:

“Ya Butcher Bashar! How come you  go praying after you killed 337 civilians including the activists, opponents, women and children? I wonder if you became blood phobia after you turned the city of Homs (Humus, Damascus, Dara, Hama etc.)  in to bloodshed? Ya Bashar, you must know that even the earth will not take your dead body  in!

I really wonder what you begged the God (or ‘whoever’ you believe in) after the usual mass murder of the opponents, on  February 3rd, on the holy night for the Islamic World which was called Mawlid Night and as known Mevlid Kandili. You are a mass murderer Assad! Hear the never ending screams of the Syrians and get out of the freedom’s way at once! Stop killing your own people! You will see the truth by living that Either we all die, or we get victory at the end.”

Ya Bashar, you have to be aware of this is the Public  Revolution you and Syria’s History could ever see…”

The Second One:

The other aspect is all about The Rehearsals  for The Third World War which does not seem like Spring but the coldest one in all ever. Perhaps we have been already involved in to it, couldn’t we? The followers have been thinking that allies in the West and the East separately played their chess pieces and to me they could have the chance to see the sides transparently during the United Nation Security Council Resolution. Two permanent members of the UN Security Council which are Russia and China chose their sides and vetoed the Syrian Resolution on february 5th as rest of the permanent members accepted the UN action on Syria. At one side The Fair Double Russia (the great weapons supplier) & China and the speechless Iran; on the other side “Democracy and Freedom” bringers US, France, England and the other allies in the region such as Turkey which is in the middle of nowhere. In the meantime The Arab Union has been still taking a stand against  Syrian brutality in a good cooperation with UN. It has just been reported that The Arab Union and UN will send another observers group within these days.

We can better put the pieces together soon after the UN Syria Resolution if we are indeed enthusiactic to puzzle this complex equation out. In particular in a warzone where we are restricted to go in as an ordinary person, journalist, traveller or a neutral observer except smuggling in to the  burning country…We may be mistaken while getting the information and you may be  imposed to the disinformation by the one-sided media tools . Warfare are on three  fronts as far as we figure out the news which we witness indirectly : “the front of fight against terrorism” / “The front of fight against injustice & unilateral determination and lastly “the front of abstainers”. Who the hell are indeed “terrorist”? Who are against the terrorists?…Who are the goods & bads & uglies?

Briefly; US, EU countries and Turkey “which is their ally in the oily regions” are against Russia (which has been still fancying to drive towards to the Warm Seas?), China, Iran and Syria…

The Third one;

The world is being  predicted that it is in grip of the worst economic crisis for 50 years unless the “Monsters” give a brand new shape to the governments’ constructions  in the countries which are in the thin red line but still they will not able to prevent the dicrease of the natural resources in the world even though they seize them all by force.

So, the idea of a global war will become more of an issue in order to manage the pawns in the regional chess and reconstruct macroeconomic balances. As you may know it takes a significant place in the history’s memory .(Check out the reasons and conclusions of 1st & 2nd World War.) The potantial war will take place in the heart of Middle East according to all the happenings…(Long live Arms Trade!)

There is only one truth! Who is the right side then? Who will take the benefit when Bashar al-Assad are brought down?

I am quite suspicious about  whether Syrians will gain the Democracy & Freedom or this Great Dictator’s  bitter end  will only serve on behalf  of “Global Monsters’ aims”…

How many of us are indeed paying attention beyond what we see and hear? Please do not forget to perceive the various aspects of the war reasons in the “New” Middle East’s past and present…

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