Prince Charles has suggested that “one of the major reasons for conflict in Syria” is a drought in the past. Considering that the UN Climate Change Conference is to be held in Paris on November 30, we will see that the Paris terror attacks were planned in advance with this conference in mind
I suppose that Prince Charles gave a media interview as propaganda to have people accept reduction of carbon dioxide.
Reading the first article, I have finally realized the truth. There is no doubt that Prince Charles is among perpetrators of the Paris terror attacks. He is also involved in confusion in Syria and Ukraine. His remarks have made me reach a conviction that the droughts in Syria have been caused by U.S. weather warfare.
Simultaneously another important article has appeared. Please see the phrase in red bold face. National Academy of Science reports “human influence on the climate system.” It is a suggestive expression. I feel that it does not rule out a possibility of influence of weather warfare on climate change. I wonder how the Pentagon is going to take responsibility for this.
November 24, 2015
English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – November 23, 2015 –
Prince Charles Suggests Links Between Migrant Crisis, Terrorism and Climate Change
In the interview with TV Sky News, Prince Charles expressed his opinion that there are links between terrorism, migrant crisis and climate change.
“We’re seeing a classic case of not dealing with the problem. Some of us were saying 20 something years ago that if we didn’t tackle these issues you would see ever greater conflict over scarce resources and ever greater difficulties over drought,” he pointed out in the interview.
Asked if there was a direct link between climate change, conflict and terrorism, he said: “It’s only in the last few years that the Pentagon have actually started to pay attention to this.” He stressed that climate change has a huge impact on what is happening. Prince Charles also suggests that one of the major reasons for conflict in Syria was a drought that lasted for about five or six years, which forced people to leave the land.
This interview was filmed three weeks before the Paris terror attacks.
C SPUTNIK VLADIMIR VYATKIN
Excerpt from a Japanese article: Overseas Articles Never Reported by Mass Media – November 24, 2015 –
Uprising against Assad was Engineered in Washington
10 11 2015 00:02
Strategic Culture Foundation
A terrific news report by Jonathan Marshall at Consortium News provides the first-ever presentation in the West of the event that sparked the demonstrations that sparked the Syrian civil war, and of the entire origin of that war.
Unlike so many online ‘news’ reports that are merely authoritarian trash because they don’t link to any of their sources (they rely instead upon dumb readers’ faith or trust in the ‘reporter’ or in the publisher, such as The New York Times or Fox News), this one from Marshall is top-notch. Taken all together, the sources, and Marshall’s presentation of them, constitute a solid historical account of how the war to bring down Syria’s leader, Bashar al-Assad, actually started. Here is how the source that Marshall linked to describes it, two years before the “Arab Spring” even began:
In the past three years, 160 Syrian farming villages have been abandoned near Aleppo as crop failures have forced over 200,000 rural Syrians to leave for the cities. This news is distressing enough, but when put into a long-term perspective, its implications are staggering: many of these villages have been continuously farmed for 8000 years.
In fact, a wikileaked confidential 26 November 2008 cable from the U.S. Embassy in Damascus to the CIA and other associated agencies referred to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization by saying:UNFAO Syria Representative Abdullah bin Yehia briefed econoff and USDA Regional Minister-Counselor for Agriculture on what he terms the "perfect storm," a confluence of drought conditions with other economic and social pressures that Yehia believes could undermine stability in Syria.
That was institutional U.S. federal government knowledge three months prior to Obama’s becoming President. Obama as the President-elect at the time was privy to such information.
In fact, America’s own National Academy of Sciences recently published a study (17 March 2015), “Climate change in the Fertile Crescent and implications of the recent Syrian drought,” which opens (though propagandistically blaming Assad as having contributed to the drought): “Before the Syrian uprising that began in 2011, the greater Fertile Crescent experienced the most severe drought in the instrumental record. For Syria, a country marked by poor governance and unsustainable agricultural and environmental policies, the drought had a catalytic effect, contributing to political unrest.” In the section of that report “Significance,” the investigators-propagandists close: “We conclude that human influences on the climate system are implicated in the current Syrian conflict.”
Marshall’s news report was one of the most important of all news reports on the Syrian war, and it certainly deserves larger public distribution than that. So:
Here is his historical account of the origin of the Syrian war.