OOPs! Looks like someone somewhere screwed up and forced the corporate media to finally run a report admitting the CIA is smuggling stinger missiles to their terrorist rebels in Syria.
While it has been known for sometime that the terrorists have had Stinger missiles being bought for by Saudi Arabia and Qatar this is the first admission from the corporate media that the CIA is smuggling them to the terrorists.
The revelation comes from an AP article printed on the UK Mirror which reveals the reveals that 14 stinger missiles smuggled by the CIA were partly funded by Saudi Arabia.
The report reveals the missiles the CIA smuggle the missiles through NATO member Turkey after which they were given the terrorist rebels along the border of Syria.
At the same time a separate reports that German spies are now located of the Syria coast where they are able to keep detailed track of troop movements as far as 400 miles in land.
That report reveals the Germans are relaying information to UK and US intelligence operatives who then directly feed the information to the terrorist so they can use the information to launch their terror attacks.
A third report reve
CIA spies ‘smuggle 14 Stinger missiles into Syria so rebels can take out regime warplanes’
The ground-to-air weapons have been delivered across the Turkish border and were partly paid for by Saudi Arabia
CIA spies have smuggled up to 14 Stinger missiles into Syria so rebels can defend themselves from air strikes.
The ground-to-air weapons have been delivered across the Turkish border to the Free Syrian Army and were partly paid for by Saudi Arabia, a security source claimed.
The source said: “The West and the rest of the Middle East is not going to be able to secure a no-fly zone above Syria any time soon.
“Knowing that Stingers are in the hands of the opposition forces will hopefully mean Assad’s air power will be much diminished but this will be a slow process.
Source: UK Mirror
At the same time reports have come in that German spies are actively working off the Syria coast.
German spies are stationed off the Syrian coast and are passing on information designed to help rebels in their fight against President Bashar al-Assad, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
Agents from Germany’s foreign intelligence service (BND) are operating on ships off the coast with technology allowing them to observe troop movements 600 kilometres (400 miles) inside the country, said the Bild am Sonntag weekly.
They pass their findings onto US and British officers who then supply the rebels with the information, Bild said.
The paper quoted an unnamed US official as saying that “no Western intelligence service has such good sources inside Syria” as Germany’s BND.
German agents are also active in the Syrian conflict from the NATO base in the Turkish city of Adana, according to Bild.
“We can be proud of the significant contribution we are making to the fall of the Assad regime,” a BND official told Bild.
The BND was not immediately available for comment.
Berlin insists military intervention is not the way to solve the conflict but Defence Minister Thomas de Maiziere said earlier this month that Germany must help in other ways, providing humanitarian aid and logistical support.
More on the British Intelligence assisting the terrorist attacks:
British intelligence on Syrian troop movements is helping rebels launch successful attacks on regime forces, a Sunday newspaper reported, quoting an opposition official.
The Sunday Times weekly said the disclosure by the official was the first indication that British intelligence was playing a covert role in the anti-regime revolt which first erupted in March 2011.
The newspaper quoted the official as saying British authorities “know about and approve 100%” intelligence from their Cyprus military bases being passed through Turkey to the rebel troops of the Free Syrian Army (FSA).
“British intelligence is observing things closely from Cyprus. It’s very useful because they find out a great deal,” the official told the newspaper. “The British are giving the information to the Turks and the Americans and we are getting it from the Turks.”
According to the official, the most valuable intelligence so far has been about the movements of troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad towards the flashpoint commercial hub of Aleppo, which is partly controlled by rebels.
The stricken second city has become the focus of the conflict, partly because of its strategic location near the Turkish border.
“The British monitor communications about movements of the government army and we got information about reinforcements being on their way to Aleppo,” the official told The Sunday Times.
“We hit at the government troops in Idlib and Saraqib [southwest of Aleppo], with success.”
The report said that early in August, FSA fighters had reported two large columns of government troops heading towards Aleppo.
One was from Latakia on the Mediterranean coast and the other from Damascus, the capital. The fighters did not reveal the source of their intelligence at the time.
“We ambushed troops and a column of more than 40 tanks in a valley near Saraqib,” the official told The Sunday Times.
“We cut them off and destroyed many of them with repeat attacks with rocket-propelled grenades.”
Britain has two sovereign military bases in Cyprus, one at Dhekelia and one at Akrotiri.
They draw intelligence from the airwaves for GCHQ, Britain’s national electronic surveillance center in Cheltenham, western England, the report said.