Video: NATO-backed death squads fuel violence in Syria - 2012-03-28 part of Annan demands Syrian government begins ceasefire 'now'

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'The UN and Arab League envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, expects the government to implement his peace plan immediately. Mr Annan's spokesman, Ahmed Fawzi, told reporters: "The...
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NATO-backed death squads fuel violence in Syria - 2012-03-28

From Get the source video/audio files at Press TV: Syria has agreed to a peace plan by Kofi Annan but how much does it correspond to the crisis in Syria? Tarpley: The problem with the peace plan is that it fails to recognize that the origin of the problem are these foreign death squads, NATO-backed death squads, that have been introduced into the country over the last year or more and of course they have gathered a certain amount of indigenous population, people with various grievances against the regime. Therefore, we cannot imagine that there is anybody to negotiate with and this, I think, is the problem. Who can Assad actually negotiate with? Now a looming ominously behind all of this is what is coming on Sunday is this conference of the co-called 'Friends of Syria', this time in Istanbul after the failure of the one in Tunisia. They are now attempting it for a second time and they are trying to make sure that this one does not fail the way that the previous one did. We are reading all about this in the columns of Al Akhbar of Beirut. What is planned is this buffer zone, in other words, the Turkish armed forces or Gendarmerie will seize a part of northern Syria and make that into a safe haven for these death squads and that they can regroup and continue their attacks into Syria. Look at this Istanbul conference. On the surface, it looks like a coalition of the willing as we had in the previous decade ten years ago to attack Iraq. This one looks <b>...</b>
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