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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Kurds Declare Autonomous “Federal” System In Syria



Kurds Declare Autonomous “Federal” System In Syria


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Kurds in Northern Syria are expected to declare a federal system in Syria, with the areas they have seized in the northern part of the country acting as an autonomous zone. The announcement is expected to come in a matter of hours according to media sources on the ground in the Kurdish-controlled areas. According to these reports, a conference to declare the federation of three Kurdish entities in Syria will take place in Rmelan.
Kurdish journalist, Barzan Iso, confirmed the rumors to RT when he reported that “Now the conference has just started in Rmelan, about 200 representatives of Rojava have joined [the event]. They represent different ethnicities and nationalities. There are Kurds, Arabs, Assyrians, Syriacs, Turkomans, Armenians, Circassians and Chechen. Also we have representatives from the Syrian democratic forces, YPG, women defense units. This conference is supposed to announce a federation as a political project for Rojava region in northern Syria.”



Free american FighhtersMost voters take no interest in the various “‘isms” that figure prominently in the discussion of politics. On account of Bernie Sanders’ effort to get the Democrats to nominate him for president, “socialism” currently saturates the energy waves – air, electronic and light. Ben Carson’s decision to wipe cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?
Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016
cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?

Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016
The “new project” would replace the currently autonomous zone of Rojava by formally creating a Federation of Northern Syria incorporating the 250 miles of Kurdish-held territory along the Syria-Turkey border with the section of the northwestern border near the Afrin area. At least, this is the plan as relayed by Idris Nassan, an official working in the Foreign Affairs Directorate of Kobane (Ayn al-Arab). The new system would entail “widening the framework of self-administration which the Kurds and others have formed,” he said.
Rojova only received a degree of autonomy in 2013, when Syrian forces were overwhelmed by Western-backed terrorists and were forced to abandon much of the territory now occupied by Kurdish militias such as the YPG and others. In place of the SAA, the NDF and other Syrian patriot militias, as well as Kurdish forces, remained and fought terrorists gallantly to the point of securing large swaths of border territory.
Before 2013, Rojova was never an autonomous region nor was there a separate Kurdish entity in Syria. After all, the “Kurdish” areas are occupied by many more religions and ethnicities than Kurds, including Syrian Arabs, Assyrians, and Turkmen. In January 2014, however, the PYD (Democratic Union Party) declared all three “Rojovan” cantons autonomous. This included Afrin, Kobane, and Jazira. The Rojova “interim Constitution,” known as the Charter of the Social Contract, came immediately after. The charter called for the peaceful coexistence of all religious and ethnic groups residing under its jurisdiction and reaffirmed that Rojova would remain part of Syria.
Still, the representative of the PYD party in Moscow, Abd Salam Ali, told RIA Novosti that “Within days, probably today, self-governing [bodies] of three Kurdish cantons in Syria’s north will declare a federation.” But Ali pointed out that autonomy did not mean separation from Syria, merely the establishment of a looser centralized governing system and the “federalization” of the Kurdish area. He said that the new “Kurdistan” will remain part of Syria.
Turkey, of course, opposes the move fearing both that the Syrian Kurds will begin to represent a significant threat on its borders and that, more importantly, the Syrian Kurds will unite with the Turkish Kurds and begin to wrest territory from Turkey itself. Ironically, the Kurdish announcement resulted in Turkey laughably suggesting that it “supports Syria’s national unity and territorial integrity.” Indeed, if Turkey has finally come around to supporting Syria’s national sovereignty, it is a revelation had by Turkish leaders only hours ago.
Aside from the ridiculous claim that Turkey respects Syria’s territorial integrity, the Turks reiterated their position that any “administrative restructure” must come via the adoption of a “new constitution” for Syria.
The legitimate Syrian government is also rejecting any federation plans for obvious reasons. Bashar Jaafari, head of the Syrian government delegation at the United Nations’ Geneva talks, was quoted as stating that “Drawing any lines between Syrians would be a great mistake.” He also pointed out that Syrian Kurds are an important part of the Syrian people.
It should be noted that the Kurdish move comes as it becomes clear that the Kurds will not be included in the Geneva talks. While Turkey is obviously pleased at the exclusion of the Kurds, the Russians have repeatedly contended that they should be involved in the process. Even Staffan de Mistrua, the UN Envoy to Syria, has agreed that the Kurds should be included.
Rodi Osman, head of the Syrian Kurdistan Office in Moscow, implied that the declaration of the federalized Kurdish territory may have been a response to having been excluded from the peace talks. He stated to RIA Novosti:
The second round of inter-Syrian talks is underway in Geneva, but Syrian Kurds were not invited. It means that the future of Syria and its society is decided without Kurds. In fact, we are pushed back into a conservative, old-fashioned system which does not fit well with us. In light of this, we see only one solution which is to declare the creation of [Kurdish] federation. It will serve the interests of the Kurds, but also those of Arabs, Turks, Assyrians, Chechens and Turkomans – all parts of Syria’s multinational society. Given the complicated situation in Syria, we would become an example of a system that may resolve the Syrian crisis.
Syrian Representative to the United Nations, Bashar Jaafari stated that the talks should not have begun with the “absence of half or two thirds of all the opposition” since doing so has left the talks “very weak.”
Kurdish exclusion from political negotiations, however, is not the only possibility as to why the Kurdish federalism has been announced, since the idea is the very concept proposed by the United States only weeks ago.


Free American FightersMost voters take no interest in the various “‘isms” that figure prominently in the discussion of politics. On account of Bernie Sanders’ effort to get the Democrats to nominate him for president, “socialism” currently saturates the energy waves – air, electronic and light. Ben Carson’s decision to wipe cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?
Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016


Kurds Declare Autonomous “Federal” System In Syria


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Kurds in Northern Syria are expected to declare a federal system in Syria, with the areas they have seized in the northern part of the country acting as an autonomous zone. The announcement is expected to come in a matter of hours according to media sources on the ground in the Kurdish-controlled areas. According to these reports, a conference to declare the federation of three Kurdish entities in Syria will take place in Rmelan.
Kurdish journalist, Barzan Iso, confirmed the rumors to RT when he reported that “Now the conference has just started in Rmelan, about 200 representatives of Rojava have joined [the event]. They represent different ethnicities and nationalities. There are Kurds, Arabs, Assyrians, Syriacs, Turkomans, Armenians, Circassians and Chechen. Also we have representatives from the Syrian democratic forces, YPG, women defense units. This conference is supposed to announce a federation as a political project for Rojava region in northern Syria.”



Free american FighhtersMost voters take no interest in the various “‘isms” that figure prominently in the discussion of politics. On account of Bernie Sanders’ effort to get the Democrats to nominate him for president, “socialism” currently saturates the energy waves – air, electronic and light. Ben Carson’s decision to wipe cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?
Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016
cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?

Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016
The “new project” would replace the currently autonomous zone of Rojava by formally creating a Federation of Northern Syria incorporating the 250 miles of Kurdish-held territory along the Syria-Turkey border with the section of the northwestern border near the Afrin area. At least, this is the plan as relayed by Idris Nassan, an official working in the Foreign Affairs Directorate of Kobane (Ayn al-Arab). The new system would entail “widening the framework of self-administration which the Kurds and others have formed,” he said.
Rojova only received a degree of autonomy in 2013, when Syrian forces were overwhelmed by Western-backed terrorists and were forced to abandon much of the territory now occupied by Kurdish militias such as the YPG and others. In place of the SAA, the NDF and other Syrian patriot militias, as well as Kurdish forces, remained and fought terrorists gallantly to the point of securing large swaths of border territory.
Before 2013, Rojova was never an autonomous region nor was there a separate Kurdish entity in Syria. After all, the “Kurdish” areas are occupied by many more religions and ethnicities than Kurds, including Syrian Arabs, Assyrians, and Turkmen. In January 2014, however, the PYD (Democratic Union Party) declared all three “Rojovan” cantons autonomous. This included Afrin, Kobane, and Jazira. The Rojova “interim Constitution,” known as the Charter of the Social Contract, came immediately after. The charter called for the peaceful coexistence of all religious and ethnic groups residing under its jurisdiction and reaffirmed that Rojova would remain part of Syria.
Still, the representative of the PYD party in Moscow, Abd Salam Ali, told RIA Novosti that “Within days, probably today, self-governing [bodies] of three Kurdish cantons in Syria’s north will declare a federation.” But Ali pointed out that autonomy did not mean separation from Syria, merely the establishment of a looser centralized governing system and the “federalization” of the Kurdish area. He said that the new “Kurdistan” will remain part of Syria.
Turkey, of course, opposes the move fearing both that the Syrian Kurds will begin to represent a significant threat on its borders and that, more importantly, the Syrian Kurds will unite with the Turkish Kurds and begin to wrest territory from Turkey itself. Ironically, the Kurdish announcement resulted in Turkey laughably suggesting that it “supports Syria’s national unity and territorial integrity.” Indeed, if Turkey has finally come around to supporting Syria’s national sovereignty, it is a revelation had by Turkish leaders only hours ago.
Aside from the ridiculous claim that Turkey respects Syria’s territorial integrity, the Turks reiterated their position that any “administrative restructure” must come via the adoption of a “new constitution” for Syria.
The legitimate Syrian government is also rejecting any federation plans for obvious reasons. Bashar Jaafari, head of the Syrian government delegation at the United Nations’ Geneva talks, was quoted as stating that “Drawing any lines between Syrians would be a great mistake.” He also pointed out that Syrian Kurds are an important part of the Syrian people.
It should be noted that the Kurdish move comes as it becomes clear that the Kurds will not be included in the Geneva talks. While Turkey is obviously pleased at the exclusion of the Kurds, the Russians have repeatedly contended that they should be involved in the process. Even Staffan de Mistrua, the UN Envoy to Syria, has agreed that the Kurds should be included.
Rodi Osman, head of the Syrian Kurdistan Office in Moscow, implied that the declaration of the federalized Kurdish territory may have been a response to having been excluded from the peace talks. He stated to RIA Novosti:
The second round of inter-Syrian talks is underway in Geneva, but Syrian Kurds were not invited. It means that the future of Syria and its society is decided without Kurds. In fact, we are pushed back into a conservative, old-fashioned system which does not fit well with us. In light of this, we see only one solution which is to declare the creation of [Kurdish] federation. It will serve the interests of the Kurds, but also those of Arabs, Turks, Assyrians, Chechens and Turkomans – all parts of Syria’s multinational society. Given the complicated situation in Syria, we would become an example of a system that may resolve the Syrian crisis.
Syrian Representative to the United Nations, Bashar Jaafari stated that the talks should not have begun with the “absence of half or two thirds of all the opposition” since doing so has left the talks “very weak.”
Kurdish exclusion from political negotiations, however, is not the only possibility as to why the Kurdish federalism has been announced, since the idea is the very concept proposed by the United States only weeks ago.


Free American FightersMost voters take no interest in the various “‘isms” that figure prominently in the discussion of politics. On account of Bernie Sanders’ effort to get the Democrats to nominate him for president, “socialism” currently saturates the energy waves – air, electronic and light. Ben Carson’s decision to wipe cheeks of Trump’s contemptuous spittle and endorse him puts openly on display the coition (from the Latin, coire, meaning “to go together”) of unprincipled pragmatism (which sees the primordial issues of God-endowed unalienable right as “barnacles on the hull” of the sinking ship of state) and unscrupulous capitalism (which thinks it is “a small thing” to lure money-hungry “little people” to pay for a fake “University” education with no purpose but to defraud them of what little they do have).Such are the fruits of the licentious political intercourse that has infected the GOP with a politically transmitted disease. It’s major symptom: the inability to represent its members as issues come to a climax in Congress. It reflects what all the aforementioned “isms” have in common, which is a concern with achieving results (and therefore power) with no regard for the way they are achieved. Tragically, voters with no interest in thinking the “isms” through will never perceive this, their common characteristic.They hear Ben Carson mouth pious phrases in respect of God and His precious gift of life, but never ponder the significance of the fact that Mr. Carson thinks “getting things done” (the be all and end all of “pragmatism”) trumps the imperative of conformity with right as God has made us to see it.They hear Bernie Sanders talk about justice and equality, but never ponder the significance of the fact that socialism actually sees politics exclusively in terms of power. It rejects the notion that there is any way of judging the historic outcomes of the history of power but to determine who ends up controlling it.They experience Donald Trump’s performance of their anger and frustration. They respond with a standing ovation at the polls, expressing their relief that they have finally been allowed an outlet for their sincere outrage against the elitist faction’s betrayal of the rights, including liberty, which their government is supposed to secure.They never ponder the significant fact that the man through whom that outlet is offered has spent his whole life entirely in the company and service of those who have engineered and benefited from that betrayal. They don’t think through the fact that, aside from hollow promises of “greatness,” undefined, he offers, even now, nothing but what will continue, in a slightly altered disguise, the arrogant abuse of power that has rightly outraged their patriot love of right, including rightful liberty.The “isms” used to mask the elitist faction’s ancient, self-obsessed ambition, are all of them at odds with the Constitution that was intended to be the vehicle through which we, the people of the United States, expressed our patriotic love in action. Here again, many Americans have seen and understood the fact that the Democratic and Republican parties, two wings of the same elitist faction, have repeatedly perpetrated, approved or tolerated violations of the clear, plain language of the Constitution. They have even refused to reject executive and judicial actions that simply discard its provisions altogether.Thanks to the personality-driven obsessions encouraged by the elitist faction sham, outraged voters act without regard for the true source of these betrayals, which transcends personalities. It lies in the assumption that what happens is all that matters, regardless of the way in which it happens. But constitutional self-government is all about making sure that what is done conforms to the premises of justice and right that are supposed to inform and substantiate the rightfulness of what is done.The American creed, articulated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, speaks of the just powers derived from the consent of the government. It does so because injustice, however powerful, is permanently at odds with the God-endowed unalienable rights that human government is instituted to secure. This is why, through all the years of its existence, the people most sincerely loyal to the United States, and most determined to preserve its Constitution of liberty, have not spoken or acted only to defend our lives. They have spoken and acted, even at the risk of their lives, to preserve the American “way of life.”This phrase makes clear that the true American patriots are not those who offer to sacrifice liberty for safety as the GOP’s purblind anti-terrorists have done. They are not those who dig the foundations of their supposedly benevolent “welfare state” by excavating the rights made known to us by our Creator, as the socialists do. They are not those who play us with false promises of “greatness,” while promoting the establishment of elitist faction rule; or who assert pre-eminent dominion over our choices and our lives, without regard to the justice we owe to our humanity. They are not those who invite us to forget the respect we owe to “the laws of nature and of nature’s God,” even when we go to war with the bloodthirsty fanatics who attack our innocent lives.However, the present sham two-party system isn’t bad simply because it offers us no choice but between one bad candidate and another. Rather, it offers us “a choice of evils” because the elitist faction that controls it stands united in rejecting the premises of good and bad, right and wrong, justice and injustice, on which the institutions of our self-government are wholly erected.Because of this fundamental rejection, even the “best” bad choice the elitist faction’s sham politics allows us refuses to apply the standard, endowed by our Creator, God, in light of which we claim the authority, as a people, to exercise our rightful liberty. Sometimes abusing the name of God, but with no true respect for His power, this implicit rejection of America’s creed tempts hearts sincerely seeking to restore our nation’s soul to remain within the precincts of its impending doom.Though they profess the Name that frees all who believe on it from that doom, they lack even the “little faith” required to activate its power. While they hoard that power within the compass of their worldly fears and calculations, will “even that which they have … be taken away”? Or will they finally listen to the trumpet, certain and true, which they by Name profess to hear, and eject themselves from darkness in time to preserve themselves a nation, God endowed, that is the only one we have worth saving?
Posted by Joseph F Barber on Saturday, March 19, 2016


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