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“Siria es el centro del mundo” nuevo libro sobre su historia y el rol ’yankee’ en la guerra

Suma y sigue del imperialismo franco-británico, y del español, y del Romano, ...

Viernes 2 de diciembre de 2016, por Redacción

Sin pelos en la lengua José Antonio Egido enfatiza ---por si hace falta, que parece que sí, todavía--- las verdades del barquero ¿o eran las del porquero?, sobre la agresión imperialista al pueblo sirio, que une su hasta la fecha brutal impunidad a episodios tan genocidas como los de Yugoslavia, Irak, Libia, ..., por referirnos tan sólo a los que por tan descarnados y recientes resulta imposible olvidar ni justificar: ahí están para la posteridad las hazañas bélicas de la OTAN y todos y cada uno de sus secuaces y lacayos, bien ejemplificadas en los asesinatos de Chávez, Milosevic, Sadam, Gaddafi, etc, etc. ¿Hasta cuándo? Mientras lo permitamos

En su nuevo libro “Siria es el centro del mundo” el investigador español Dr. José Antonio Egido aborda la historia de la civilización en Siria y la larga lucha de su pueblo contra el colonialismo, el intervencionismo externo y las persistentes conjuras tramadas por las sucesivas administraciones estadounidenses contra Siria.

El libro consta de cinco capítulos, en el primero de ellos (Historia tan antigua como la humanidad) el investigador Egido pasa revista a la legendaria historia de Siria en sus múltiples aspectos como el invento del alfabeto y los pueblos que emigraron a este país a lo largo de milenios. Después esta tierra fue cuna del cristianismo y de la expansión del islam, para posteriormente caer bajo la ocupación otomana y luego la occidental que engendró el acuerdo de Sykes-Picot [1] que fragmentó a la Siria natural, hecho que desencadenó una fuerte resistencia por parte del pueblo sirio contra la ocupación extranjera hasta conseguir la independencia total transformándose Siria en un centro del panarabismo.

El autor muestra en su libro un amplio conocimiento de la historia siria distanciándose de los criterios parciales de escritores occidentales caídos bajo la influencia de los planes de sus países para la zona.

El segundo capítulo del libro titulado “Un gobierno progresista y antimperialista” examina el surgimiento de los partidos progresistas en Siria y la unión con Egipto hasta producirse el cambio de Marzo (1963) que dio lugar a pasos hacia la implementación del socialismo en la sociedad siria como la Reforma agraria hasta llegar al año 1970 cuando el líder Hafez al Assad protagonizó el Movimiento de Rectificación dando pié a la transformación de Siria en un baluarte de resistencia para los pueblos de la región.

En el tercer capítulo titulado (¿Por qué el imperialismo quiere destruir a Siria independiente?) el investigador presenta pruebas y documentos sobre el involucramiento de la administración estadounidense en la guerra sobre Siria pues el autor relata una declaración de Paul Wolfwitz, ex asesor del Pentágono cuando dijo: “arrancaremos siete estados comenzando por Irak, Siria, Líbano, Libia, Somalia, Sudán hasta terminar con Irán [2].

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wesley clark interview
amy goodman
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wesley clark interview
amy goodman
short version

El autor enumera las razones detrás del deseo norteamericano de destruir a Siria como el anhelado control de los recursos naturales y las vías de comunicación y acabar con la ideología panarabista y todos los regímenes progresistas en la zona, añádale la intención de acabar con los movimientos de emancipación y resistencia y dar soporte a las dictaduras árabes e “Israel” y aferrar el control sobre la cuenca del Mediterráneo.

"Las mentiras mediáticas justifican la agresión militar contra Siria"

Siria es el centro del mundo

J A Egido en el CAP Javier Verdejo

Presentació del llibre de Jose A.Egido "Siria es el centro del mundo"

Presentación de libro "Siria es el centro del mundo" en Buenos Aires

Documentos

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Acuerdo Sykes-Picot (1916)
Miguel Máiquez
Recortes de Oriente Medio
PDF - 165.3 KB
Global Warfare: “We’re going to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan & Iran”
Video Interview with General Wesley Clark
Amy Goodman
Global Research May 14, 2016
Democracy Now 2 March 2007
MPEG4 - 31.9 MB
guerra mediática

(2 de diciembre de 2016)

- Siria, el inicio del conflicto y la disputa antiimperialista por su sentido, Antonio Torres, la haine, 20-03-2017:

Disputar y confrontar el argumentario difundido por los grandes medios, para nunca perder de vista cuáles son los verdaderos intereses enfrentados

- Siria en Papeles de Sociedad

(Actualización: 20 de mayo de 2017)


[1- Acuerdo Sykes-Picot (1916):

Source: France

United Kingdom

16 May 1916

Sykes-Picot agreement text

It is accordingly understood between the French and British governments:

One

That France and Great Britain are prepared to recognize and protect an independent Arab states or a confederation of Arab states (a) and (b) marked on the annexed map, under the suzerainty of an Arab chief.

That in area (a) France, and in area (b) Great Britain, shall have priority of right of enterprise and local loans. That in area (a) France, and in area (b) Great Britain, shall alone supply advisers or foreign functionaries at the request of the Arab state or confederation of Arab states.

Two

That in the blue area France, and in the red area Great Britain, shall be allowed to establish such direct or indirect administration or control as they desire and as they may think fit to arrange with the Arab state or confederation of Arab states.

Three

That in the brown area there shall be established an international administration, the form of which is to be decided upon after consultation with Russia, and subsequently in consultation with the other allies, and the representatives of the sheriff of Mecca.

Four

That Great Britain be accorded (1) the ports of Haifa and Acre, (2) guarantee of a given supply of water from the tigres and Euphrates in area (a) for area (b). His majesty’s government, on their part, undertake that they will at no time enter into negotiations for the cession of Cyprus to any third power without the previous consent of the French government.

Five

That Alexandretta shall be a free port as regards the trade of the British empire, and that there shall be no discrimination in port charges or facilities as regards British shipping and British goods; that there shall be freedom of transit for British goods through Alexandretta and by railway through the blue area, or (b) area, or area (a); and there shall be no discrimination, direct or indirect, against British goods on any railway or against British goods or ships at any port serving the areas mentioned.

That Haifa shall be a free port as regards the trade of France, her dominions and protectorates, and there shall be no discrimination in port charges or facilities as regards French shipping and French goods.

There shall be freedom of transit for French goods through Haifa and by the British railway through the brown area, whether those goods are intended for or originate in the blue area, area (a), or area (b), and there shall be no discrimination, direct or indirect, against French goods on any railway, or against French goods or ships at any port serving the areas mentioned.

Six

That in area (a) the Baghdad railway shall not be extended southwards beyond Mosul, and in area (b) northwards beyond Samarra, until a railway connecting Baghdad and Aleppo via the Euphrates valley has been completed, and then only with the concurrence of the two governments.

Seven

That Great Britain has the right to build, administer, and be sole owner of a railway connecting Haifa with area (b), and shall have a perpetual right to transport troops along such a line at all times.

It is to be understood by both governments that this railway is to facilitate the connection of Baghdad with Haifa by rail, and it is further understood that, if the engineering difficulties and expense entailed by keeping this connecting line in the brown area only make the project unfeasible, that the French government shall be prepared to consider that the line in question may also traverse the Polgon Banias Keis Marib Salkhad tell Otsda Mesmie before reaching area (b).

Eight

For a period of twenty years the existing Turkish customs tariff shall remain in force throughout the whole of the blue and red areas, as well as in areas (a) and (b), and no increase in the rates of duty or conversions from ad valorem to specific rates shall be made except by agreement between the two powers.

There shall be no interior customs barriers between any of the above mentioned areas. The customs duties leviable on goods destined for the interior shall be collected at the port of entry and handed over to the administration of the area of destination.

Nine

It shall be agreed that the French government will at no time enter into any negotiations for the cession of their rights and will not cede such rights in the blue area to any third power, except the Arab state or confederation of Arab states, without the previous agreement of His Majesty’s government, who, on their part, will give a similar undertaking to the French government regarding the red area.

Ten

The British and French government, as the protectors of the Arab state, shall agree that they will not themselves acquire and will not consent to a third power acquiring territorial possessions in the Arabian peninsula, nor consent to a third power installing a naval base either on the east coast, or on the islands, of the red sea. This, however, shall not prevent such adjustment of the Aden frontier as may be necessary in consequence of recent Turkish aggression.

Eleven

The negotiations with the Arabs as to the boundaries of the Arab states shall be continued through the same channel as heretofore on behalf of the two powers.

Twelve

It is agreed that measures to control the importation of arms into the Arab territories will be considered by the two governments.

I have further the honour to state that, in order to make the agreement complete, His Majesty’s government are proposing to the Russian government to exchange notes analogous to those exchanged by the latter and your Excellency’s government on the 26th April last.

Copies of these notes will be communicated to your Excellency as soon as exchanged. I would also venture to remind your Excellency that the conclusion of the present agreement raises, for practical consideration, the question of claims of Italy to a share in any partition or rearrangement of Turkey in Asia, as formulated in Article 9 of the agreement of the 26th April, 1915, between Italy and the allies.

His Majesty’s government further consider that the Japanese government should be informed of the arrangements now concluded.

UNISPAL / Internet Archive, Jul 2 2014

MAP.

[2- Global Warfare: “We’re going to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan & Iran” Video Interview with General Wesley Clark By General Wesley Clark and Amy Goodman, Global Research, May 14, 2016 and Democracy Now 2 March 2007

1. Gen. Wesley Clark, Democracy Now! interview, 2007

The Plan — according to U.S. General Wesley Clark (Ret.)