Syria: NOT A Revolution! [Video analysis]

Mar 18, 2017, Syriana Analysis:


“The narrative of the corporate mainstream media is that the vast majority of Syrians resorted to peaceful protests against the “dictator Assad regime”.
In this video, I will prove with evidences that, what you were being told is a lie.”–Syriana Analysis



My October 2015 article, “Deconstructing the NATO Narrative on SyriaDeconstructing the NATO Narrative on Syria“. Excerpts:

“…it is known that from the beginning, in Dara’a  and throughout Syria, armed protesters were firing upon, and butchering, security forces and civilians. Tim Anderson’s “Syria: how the violence began, in Daraa” pointed out that police were killed by snipers in the March 17/18 protests; the Syrian army was only brought to Dara’a following the murder of the policemen. Additionally, a storage of protesters’ weapons was found in Dara’a’s al-Omari mosque.

Prem Shankar Jha’s, “Who Fired The First Shot?” described the slaughter of 20 Syrian soldiers outside Dara’a a month later, “by cutting their throats, and cutting off the head of one of the soldiers.” A very “moderate”-rebel practice.

In “Syria: The Hidden Massacre” Sharmine Narwani investigated the early massacres of Syrian soldiers, noting that many of the murders occurred even after the Syrian government had abolished the state security courts, lifted the state of emergency, granted general amnesties, and recognized the right to peaceful protest.

The April 10, 2011 murder of Banyas farmer Nidal Janoud was one of the first horrific murders of Syrian civilians by so-called “unarmed protesters.” Face gashed open, mutilated and bleeding, Janoud was paraded by an armed mob, who then hacked him to death.

Father Frans Van der Ludt—the Dutch priest living in Syria for nearly 5 decades prior to his April 7, 2014 assassination by militants occupying the old city of Homs—wrote (repeatedly) of the “armed demonstrators” he saw in early protests, “who began to shoot at the police first.”

May 2011 video footage of later-resigned Al Jazeera journalist Ali Hashem shows fighters entering Syria from Lebanon, carrying guns and RPGs (Hashem stated he’d likewise seen fighters entering in April). Al Jazeera refused to air the May footage, telling Hashem to ‘forget there are armed men.’ [See: Sharmine Narwani’s “Surprise Video Changes Syria “Timeline””] Unarmed protesters?

The Sectarian Card: Slogans and Massacres

What sectarianism we see in Syria today was delivered primarily by the Wahabi and Muslim Brotherhood (MB) regimes of Saudi Arabia and Qatar and by Turkey, with NATO’s blessing and backing. The cross-sect make-up of both the Syrian State and the Syrian army alone speaks of Syria’s intentional secularism, as well as the prevalent refusal of average Syrians to self-identify along sectarian lines.

On the other hand, from the beginning, the West’s “nonviolent protesters” were chanting sectarian slogans, notably, “Christians to Beirut, Alawis to the grave.” Other popular chants included: calling for the extermination of all Alawis; pledging allegiance to Saudi-based extremist Syrian Sheikh Adnan Arour and to extremist MB supporting Egyptian Sheikh, Yusuf al-Qardawi.

Qatar-based Qaradawi advocates killing Syrian civilians: “It is OK to kill one third of the Syrian population if it leads to the toppling of the heretical regime.” The inflammatory Arour said about Syria’s Alawis: “By Allah we shall mince them in meat grinders and feed their flesh to the dogs.”

The NATO alliance’s terrorists have committed numerous massacres of Syrian civilians and soldiers, many of which were intended to sow sectarianism, including:

  • The June 2011 Jisr al Shugour, Idlib, massacre of up to 120 people (soldiers and civilians) by between 500-600 so-called FSA terrorists; blamed on the SAA as having killed “military deserters”. [see Prem Shankar Jha’s  article “Syria – Who fired the first shot?”]
  • The Houla massacre of over 100 civilians on May 25, 2012, which only 2 days later the UN claimed—without an investigation— had been committed by the Syrian Army. [See Tim Anderson’s detailed rebuttal, “The Houla Massacre Revisited: “Official Truth” in the Dirty War on Syria” In the same article, Anderson also looked at the August 2012 Daraya massacre of 245 people and the December 2012 Aqrab massacre of up to 150 villagers.
  • The August 2013 massacre of at least 220 civilians (including a fetus, many children, women, elderly) and kidnapping of at least 100 (mostly women and children) in villages in the Latakia countryside.
  • The December 2013 massacre of at least 80 residents (many “slaughtered like sheep”, decapitated, burned in bakery ovens) in Adra industrial village.
  • The continued terrorist-mortaring of civilian areas and schools; the repeated terrorist-car-bombing of civilian areas and schools. [see: “The Terrorism We Support in Syria: A First-hand Account of the Use of Mortars against Civilians”]

Yet, in spite of outside forces attempts to sow sectarianism in Syria, the vast majority of Syrian people refuse it….”

13 thoughts on “Syria: NOT A Revolution! [Video analysis]

  1. Ms. Bartlett,

    Great pieces. But with so much corporate propaganda, how can we disseminate truth or compete with their Lies?


  2. Reblogged this on Not Something Else and commented:
    Syrian revolution and civil war? What revolution? What civil war? There is no Syrian revolution. No Syrian civil war.

    What conflict there is, and there is no doubt that Syria has been suffering constant and terrible conflict for the past six years, was ideated, spread, fostered, promoted, goaded, paid for, supplied, armed, led (from behind, or even alongside), by elements of the West (US, NATO, EU) and their rich and powerful regional allies, and propagandised through their fawning and complicit media.

    None of that is in any way to be doubted, since there is ample and sufficient evidence, both internal and external to those entities, to render that position as truth. Indisputably so.

    If any more evidence were necessary, and it seems that the truth has not yet been universally accepted or even heard in many quarters, then such is presented here in this reblogged article. I urge any doubters to consider this information carefully.

  3. Dear Eva, I translated the text and created german subtitles for this video. You can download it here:

    After downloading (rightclick/save as) the name of the file has to be changed from .doc to .srt which is the common subtitle format but its impossible to upload it as .srt to wordpress. Please send the file to Syriana Analysis, so he can add the subtitles to YouTube.

    Best regards,

  4. Such great reporting Eva. Together we can expose the lies of this and most other conflicts. I am thoroughly disgusted with my home of the UK a nation of brainwashed individuals who need saving from the real REGIME of the British government. The British Brainwashing Corporation aka BBC have their grasps on the population. But we are waking slowly I am deeply sorry it’s not in time to save all these innocent souls.

    I am from mother earth and do not associate with the so called leaders, people and peace will prosper and the lies will be exposed. Love and peace to all

  5. Hi Eva,
    Coming from Belfast i know exactly what sectarianism is. It eats at the soul and turns ordinary people into monsters. I think the Syrian people through it all have stuck together and refused to be overcome by it. Even in the face of everything that has been thrown at them. I wish them all peace and love.
    Kudos also to you for getting the truth out. You are doing sterling work

    jon c

  6. […] Eva Bartlett: Mon article d’octobre 2015,  » Déconstruire le récit de l’OTAN sur la Syrie, déconstruisant le récit de l’OTAN sur la Syrie « . Extraits: « … on sait que depuis le début, à Daraa et dans toute la Syrie, des manifestants armés ont tiré sur des forces de sécurité et des civils et les ont abattus. […]

  7. […] (صورة: الشيخ أنس العيروط يحدّد يوم 8 آذار 2011 من شرفة جامع الرحمن في بانياس مطالب المعارضة “الديمقراطية والليبرالية – يقول : نطالب بما يلي : (المطلب الأول: إلغاء المدارس المختلطة) (المطلب الثاني إعادة المعلمات المنقبات!!) (وكانت أوّل شعارات تظاهرات المعارضين “الليبراليين والديمقراطيين” حسب الوصف الأمريكي هو : “المسيحيين على بيروت ، والعلويين عالتابوت” . ويمكنك سماع هذه الهتافات ورؤية فيلم الفيديو الذي يوثّق الصور السابقة واللاحقة للجرائم المُرعبة التي اقترفها المتظاهرون “السلميون الديمقراطيون الليبراليون حلفاء الغرب” على هذا الرابط: Syria: NOT A Revolution! [Video analysis] […]

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