SYRIA: US State Department bets on Muslim Brotherhood.

American policy shift spells danger in the Middle East

Syria’s Assad…’would not hesitate’ to use chemical weapons

From the start of the anti-Assad uprising in Syria, the geopolitical ramifications have made the conflict a nightmare for the Major Powers. Assad is a ruthless and bloody dictator, but the Opposition is increasingly dominated by radical Islamists. But now from both Syria and the US comes news that will startle many….and who knows, perhaps at long last get the Western publics to grasp why that country is really 2012’s Spanish Civil War.

American sources have been suggesting strongly over the last month that there has been a major policy shaft at the State Department – in favour of the Muslim Brotherhood. While anti-Obama conspiracists will have a field day with this, the reality is infinitely more complex than any idea of a closet Islamist President slightly off his rocker.

“Let’s just say State has grown up quite a bit since the Arab Spring,” says a trusted Washington source. “There was always the fear that Islamic radicals would benefit from the instability, but there’s a realism that says we must engage with them.”

The majority line at State today is, astonishingly, that the Muslim Brotherhood is going to be the dominant force in Middle Eastern politics for some time to come, and America wants to be on the winning side – not left out in the cold as, yet again, the Great Satan.

Evidence of this appeared yesterday when the pro-Christian Twitter site Persecution.org was retweeted by Daily Telegraph et all blogger Ed West as saying, “Senator Jim Webb to Single-Handedly Kill Legislation Protecting Christians in the Middle East”. Bipartisan Congressional legislation to send protection envoys to the Middle East passed the House of Reps by a huge 402-20 majority, but was rigorously opposed by the State Department. State recently issued a paper somewhat blandly suggesting that the ‘protection envoy’ role would be ‘unnecessary, duplicative and likely counter-productive’.

This is not very well coded Statespeak for “we’re changing sides, now butt out”. In a nutshell, the US is cuddling up to the MusBros…..and having active US pro-Christian bodies impinging on that process would be ‘counter-productive’.

This is, from my viewpoint, a pretty shameful step; it is also just another form of American naivety every bit as bad as the 1930s appeasement of Nazism. But this is oil stuff, and when Texas Tea comes into the mix, all other considerations are vapourised. Further, from inside Syria itself comes feedback about twin fears among the more secular opposition to President Assad.

“We are being targeted for assassination by the Brotherhood,” writes a press contact for one of the most prominent anti-Assad groups beyond the Muslim religious fanatics, “They are already preparing to eliminate and imprison all non-Islamist revolutionaries once Assad is gone. A civil war after Assad’s removal would be even more bloody than what we have now.”

An Arabist observer-cum-Slogger writes:

‘Assad is an Alawite, the much despised and much persecuted minority who are regarded as unbelievers. They were the lowest of low  –  almost as low as Syrian Christians – until they gained power courtesy of the French.   If Assad gives up power, then all 4 million Alawaites and all 4 million Christians will be murdered.   So Assad cannot give up power….the Syrian Alawi are beleaguered, but have a great deal of power and weapons. Whatever the UN or the US says, Assad will never step down.  If it came to a real show-down, Assad would release all his chemical weapons without blinking an eye. He would not hesitate in flinging all his military cards up in the sky, and then just hoping that some of them fell in his favour.  Better that, than being erased from the face of the Earth by militant Muslims.’

Over the last 48 hours, the Western media have all but decided that Assad’s days are few. They may well be right, but few have a realistic steer on just how big a bang he might go out with. An exception is the morning’s Guardian, which writes:

‘Mass defections of soldiers and a rampage by pro-regime militiamen were reported in the capital amid a swirl of rumours, including one that Assad’s wife, Asma, had fled to Russia and another that troops were being issued with gas masks, raising fears of the use of chemical weapons.’

But a calm – some would say smug – White House spokesman, Jay Carney, said “it’s clear that Assad is losing control”. And of course David ‘braindead Foreign office Man’ Cameron David Cameron, meeting British troops in Afghanistan, said it was “time for Assad to go”. He really doesn’t know anything at all about the Middle East, but at least he is powerless. The same cannot be said of the US State Department.”

“America and Europe are so dumb, that they know less than a fox,” says one source,  “Even a fox knows that it is very unwise to corner Mother Goose with her chicks, because Mother Goose will fight to the death to protect them. Assad will do the same.”

What the Israelis think (I’d imagine) is not that hard to divine; but ‘isolated’ probably nails it quite well.

We must wait and see. But stay tuned: in the next few days, this could turn geopolitically (and militarily) very nasty indeed.

 

 

56 thoughts on “SYRIA: US State Department bets on Muslim Brotherhood.

  1. I must admit that I started out with the strong assumption that the
    Baathist regime would survive, but its failure to win a decisive victory
    against the foreign-backed rebels now leads me to assume the contrary.

    I think that the real American objective here is to deprive Iran of
    its most significant ally in the Middle East, with the bonus of indirectly reducing Iranian influence in Lebanon also. Syria itself is not much of a
    direct threat to Israel or anybody – this is about tightening the screws
    on Iran.

    I don’t think a period of Iraq-style chaos would unduly bother Israel or
    the Americans: their main concern seems to be to demonstrate that
    disobedient governments are punished. Whether they are replaced by
    feeble and dysfunctional (but compliant) regimes or no functioning state
    at all appears to be a secondary consideration.

  2. I got a feeling for some time now that Israel the country is closer to being an ally with Moscow than with the US. Who knows? Things change. Arabian oil money has probably grown deep roots in the west over the years. And bankers, whatever their race, wouldn’t care for the survival of anything else than their money power.

  3. No surprise there. The US and the Saudis have been funding islamic extremists for yonks. They’re the ones who do all the dirty work for the elites.

  4. I guess my tour of the Syrian historic sights should be put on hold then. I’ll go to Afghanistan instead. Bloody religion! This is what happens when people take old folk stories too seriously! I

  5. I don’t know why but I keep getting the feeling that yesterdays bomb that took out 3 Syrian big deals… was not done by the rebels… I can’t help fighting the feeling that it was Turkeys response to the ddowning of their fighter jet which as they said, would not go “unpunished”… I mean really all this time the rebels are floundering, not really getting traction, next thing you know they are in Damascus and succesfully finding and targeting the highest military leaders in obviously hidden locations? I don’t know it all sounds strangely interconnected… not sure how, but that bomb sure was conveniently placed and timed…

  6. We know what’s coming, just a question of when really…
    @Ioannis:’not sure how, but that bomb sure was conveniently placed and timed…’ Delta Force maybe? Certainly special forces I would imagine.

    • I thought of that too… certainly capable of it. I think that only a bigger country with decent surveillance tech or access to it could have found these guys… they had been meeting different and randomly chosen locations for months… another thing, when the rebels learned they were surprised, and never claimed responsibility. Smell fishy…

    • @kfc. You ain’t seen nothing yet. Best get a freezer full of your favourite nuggets. The heat in the US is devastating crops and price records broken every day. Mervyn had better sharpen his inflationary pencil as he will be needing it. Repeats of food riots of 2008 except worse on the cards.

  7. Shale gas – frackin’ marvellous!

    Plus, it doesn’t then matter so much how the old bollocks just keep lengthening when faced with certain unattractive items while the deconstructions can no longer keep up with the fabrications.

  8. Does he have nuclear weapons, does anybody know?
    Oh, O/T but worth a mention, Scumron ‘expects the eurozone crisis to drag on for years, he reveals in an interview with the Daily Telegraph. ‘
    Is he that out of touch or, does he know something we don’t, like the printing presses are going at full tilt at the ECB?

    • I seem to remember back before Gulf War II that there was an article somewhere (a blog I would guess) claiming to be based on some US intelligence that Saddam when going through an ‘awkward phase’ had moved weapons to Syria…….now if this is right and Saddam had anything in that line even in a developement stage (or had bought some ex Soviet left overs) then it is entirely possible that Assad has something very nasty up his sleeve.

      There again – it could have been piss and wind from the person concerned :)

      • Back before it turned out there weren’t any in Iraq, Syria was always one of a small handful of ME states thast were reckoned to have a WMD programme, along with Libya (who did).
        The question would be where are they,and what condition are they in.

  9. Just as an aside……….I’ve been thinking again…which is not always good……but…. Everyone seems to have a go at the USA over oil and their desire for the control of it…..follow so far ? ….but but but…..they have not (unless I am out of touch on this) allowed the pipeline from Canada’s oil fields to be built (yet)……….now I know that Oil Tar extraction and indeed Fracking have only fairly recently become viable………..but why would they want to get involved in the insanity which is the middle east because of it. Surely financially they’d be better off investing in Methane Calhydrate capture than bombing the fook out of people who will hate them (and everyone who is not of their ‘sort’) whatever they do ?
    This Oil thing has never to me stood up totally (as opposed to the idea of countries selling away from the Petro Dollar)……….but now I am even less sure !

    Now somewhere real to test their new weapons capability in a real environment………..that I can get my head around…Insanity worldwide does seem to have risen to the top in every sphere :)

      • @ Morningstar. They are stealing others resources in order to prevent the Chinese or Russians from benefitting I would imagine, also all that war is sheer profiteering for the bankers and big military contractors. Also allows the PTB to extend its indefinate war of terror, sorry war on terror, so that they can enact draconian anti freedom legislation to control the masses when the financial system collapses. IMHO

    • If there is too much oil the price goes down…Duh! They want to control the flow. So they create tension in oil producing countries to place a higher price on the markets.

      • It’s not just about the flow of oil, also how it’s paid for. I would imagine the yanks are concerned that the petrodollar is under threat, the saudis are the lynch pin where that is concerned, if the arab spring takes hold there the yanks are going to want to keep the new government on side. May never happen but who would have imagined the situation that’s there now?

    • Morningstar: You have it backwards. The petroleum factor is the aside. It’s the international resulting international chaos resulting from bombing ME countries, and then the foreign ‘bogey-man’ “threat” to US citizens, who are then told they need an overtly militarised and/or police state to protect them from said foreign menaces that is the real agenda here.

      NDAA anyone?

  10. I love your financial scoops but on this stuff you are really skimming the surface at best and well I hope it does not mislead readers because of their faith in all the other things you write.

    JW I sugest you do some serious digging into the history of MB. I also suggest you do some serious digging into the FSA. With the later you will find many of their spokespeople/supporters have deep connections with the US and various powerful entities such as CFR. You will find that many have had had their organizations funded by various US govt connected affiliates. I don’t mean the fighters, although that would not shock me, but the think tanks or what ever one calls them that are now speaking on behalf of the rebels.

    In egypt there was mass voter fraud and the non secular candidate was excluded from the run off. We had an MB guy and a former Govt guy!!!! No alarm bells there. The MB guy won with less than 25% of the population vote, even with all kinds of fraud and who knows what going on. So hardly a ringing endorsement for MB. Yet the US that controls the egyptian army and certainly had its hand in the election process feels the need to “work” with zealots who given enough time will make life in egypt hell for all non fanatics, women, and christians. Really, can you be that naive. has things changed that much in egypt or is the US helping to nudge the change.

    Same in Syria why is the US supporting rebels with extreme views. Is it because they think they need to be on the wining side or are they perhaps through their partners etc helping to tip the balance to a particular side. Is some kind of sunni vs shia divide being festered and who would benefit – turkey, SA – and who would become even more isolated – Iran

    There is a lot going on in the ME, a great chess game and regardless of what might be driving this as I am sure there are many pieces, you can bet the US through its various networks is knee deep in this. They did not embrace MB because heck that is who the people wanted, the MB were not even part of the egyptian struggle, no JW a lot of stuff happening in the shadows. Same is going on in Syria. Add to that that HSBC and for sure other banks helped hide money that was funding these rebels and well the plot thickens. CIA and MI6 have a long covert history with HSBC.

    • But the Turkish leader (Reset Oregan…or sommat) is cultivating friendships with the Mad Mullahs in Iran……….. so how could Turkey benefitting Isolate Iran more ?

      Just a thought :) MUST STOP THAT THINKING THING !

      • Turkey is NOT isolating Iran. They are enjoying a new ‘political romance’ due to Turks fall out with Israel.

        “quote “Add to that that HSBC and for sure other banks helped hide money that was funding these rebels and well the plot thickens. CIA and MI6 have a long covert history with HSBC”.

        Indeed, that was a supposition by big wigs- also, who would not wonder as to the poverty in Mexico, the violent gang crime, and the get rich quick guys was not connected to drug Trafficking. It just beggers belief that people are ‘surprised’ by these allegations. Mr Green being whiter than white? that ole holy Joe persona is laughable!

      • in the game of chess there are many layers being played some at times in contradiction to the main goals

      • We do know that the CIA was heavily involved in funding/fixing the 1975 Referendum whether to stay in or not. At the time (Cold War etc), Uncle Sam felt it necessary to ensure that his prime agent in Europe (the UK, his fixed aircraft-carrier) stayed in the EEC to keep a lid on the natural leftie tendencies emerging and to feed back key information.
        That worked a treat, didn’t it ?

      • Mud P

        I was thinking more in terms of its institution, which would suggest good reason to keep the accounts un-audited. After all, Uncle Sam might not like it being made public. Something to do with open democracy, American style.

    • @pat: US being knee deep in this – does not mean that they make the wisest choises. Lot of mistakes in the past, Vietnam, Cuba and rest of LATAM, Iran (fallure to deter the rise of Ayatolahs in power being of the most ridiculous).
      But this specific situation reminds me a lot of Afghanistan in the 80s-90s.
      Soviets in to support their puppet gov.
      Yanks feeding the Afghan “freedom fighters” with tons of weapons (up to Stinger missiles).
      Where did this “the enemy of my enemy is a friend” policy lead?
      Russians pulled out of Afghanistan. Civil war. Taliban in power….9-11.
      Clever US policy ah? Yeah right – my grandma would have more insight!

      Sorry pat – you’re right on the complication of this game and the many layers, but trying to dress US policy with the wise dressing cannot stand to serious argument. IMHO.

  11. Spoke to several people very early this morning.
    who I know and trust..
    Our families have been doing business since the 1890’s,
    long before oil was. found in their countries.
    The ‘rebels” in Syria are both Al Quaida (our supposed enemy)
    and mercenaries being armed and directed by the CIA and MI. and have been for a year.
    There is now some popular support, but it is recent happening..
    This is the latest iteration of the “Great Game” do not believe
    anything unless you see it with your own eyes,and doubt that
    also.

    • @ws presumably this ‘popular support’ is the Sunnis? They have been cited by the MSM as the ‘opposition’. I thought this odd because Sunnis have always struck me as the least MB, when compared to the Shiites, Al-Qaeda or Hammas. (But I could believe them to be directed by the CIA etc). Any thoughts to clarify? I have only Lebanon in the 70’s from experience.

  12. “The infiltration of the Brotherhood by the CIA is said to extensive.”
    YES, and we all know who trained, educated , financed, AND armed these ‘terrorists’.
    The very same people who sold arms to Soddhim Hussian. Oh guess who?
    I don’t think I am far off the mark when I think the USA ARE PLAYING POKER with a stacked deck! They cannot afford another war with Syrian terrorists AND, at Israels behest, a war with Iran. Because some little voice somewhere will be saying “hang on fellers what if them terrorists come back and live in our country among us and start bombing us in a terrorist kind of way”? Big Gunships, fighter jets and Nuclear weapons are NOT an effective defence against terrorists- ask UK -we know !
    The USA are being nice to the MB just like we are being nice to Afghanistan elite. ( seems we are opening up an officers training camp in England) Them Afghanni chaps are so worth it..erm who is paying for it? HSBC?

  13. Important updates:
    1. Omar Suleiman died today – much premature and exactly what the Jihadist(i.e. USA globalist business-development) government in Egypt needed in order to enjoy an open road to tyranny.
    2. The Jihadist suicide Bombing of Israeli-Jew in Bulgaria yesterday
    implies at the jump-board towards Europe the Mid-East terrorism is:

    http://essential-intelligence-network.blogspot.de/2012/03/spring-2012-springboard-to-global.html

    3. Israel has appointed today 2 senior combatant officers, implying it is not planning on a war this year, rather awaits Romney’s regime next year.

    • all his secrets and his role in black ops torture for US go with him. Handy he was able to go to US for treatment and not arrested and put on trial in egypt

  14. An interesting day, today was. One piece of bad news, balanced somewhat by one piece of good news.
    First, the bad: That very “un-PC” PC, Simon “The Thug” Harwood got off his charge of manslaughter following his unprovoked assault on Tomlinson the newspaper seller. I’d love to see a breakdown of the occupations of the jury in that trial. All is not (yet) lost however, as PC Hardwood Baton still faces a disciplinary in September. Hopefully, he’ll be seeking a new job in Dubai along with Honest John Yates.

    The good news is that today, Russia and China both blocked the warmongers’ latest attempt to drag the UK into another war. It would have been even better if we’d been able to see Hillary (we’re all Israelis now) Clinton’s expression when she heard the news. The words “Arse” and “Slapped” spring to mind.
    Even more delightful would have been the opportunity to see Billy Hague’s dismay, too. Probably comparable to the departure of his “male friend” and “special advisor” Christopher Myers, who resigned a year or so ago citing “untrue and malicious allegations” about their relationship.

    The news isn’t always depressing, folks !
    Kennyboy

  15. you only “imagine ” what israel thinks ? makes a change matey

    for a long time i assumed you were n, manc jewish, you put me right, a 1970s kibbutznik then ? something’s turned your head

  16. I don’t think they teach US schoolkids there is an outside world out there, that isn’t America. I thought after the first Gulf War, educational standards might improve, but seems not. They still fill the State Dept. with brainwashed idiots who can’t see 5 miles offshore from Chesapeake Bay.
    If America wants to avoid the same fate as every empire before it, they should stop trying to impose their puppets on unwilling people, and stop trying to sell American values & hypocracies. (Mind you, who wants the Evil Empire any more anyway, they’re just too embarrassing).
    The corrupt empire has only one hope for survival; and that is to break up all these middle-east nations into tiny enclaves. If they underwrite the Brotherhood, they get an Afghanistan, all internal dissent gets crushed, and down goes the House of Saud. If they send in the gunboats and the drones, they get terrorism on main street USA in return.
    What they really ought to do is support loads of factions, and promote stalemate across the middle east, ultimately breaking up each country back to tribal regions, hopefully cross-border ones. They could probably do that without China & Russia noticing.

    Just wait, however, for the day that pair let Washington know what they really think.
    The dollar has lost its lustre, and the US decadence and corruption just don’t impress anymore. Why, there ain’t even property laws now in most states of the union.

    • @ FTW “I don’t think they teach US schoolkids there is an outside world out there, that isn’t America.” etc

      I have it on good authority from American friends now living in the UK that they dont. So…..

  17. according to the top paragraph of its entry in wikipedia:

    the muslim brotherhood of syria’s stated political positions are moderate and in its recent April 2012 manifesto it “pledges to respect individual rights”, promote pluralism and democracy, and does not even “mention the word Islam”.

    in 2006, the brotherhood’s leader, ali sadreddine bayanouni, said “the muslim brotherhood wants a peaceful change of government in damascus and the establishment of a ‘civil, democratic state’, not an Islamic republic” – whilst jeremy bowen, bbc middle east editor, describes the muslim brotherhood as “conservative and non-violent”.

    on the other hand, as in the cia-instigated libyan rebellion, al qaeda elements have been widely reported to have infiltrated the syrian revolution, and it is also worth bearing in mind that a former al qaeda commander, mustafa abdul-jalil, is currently the national transitional council leader in tripoli – although he is apparently no more than a figurehead for far more hard-line ex-al qaeda operatives who control the country from the wings.

    it is of further interest that the united states, despite an initial knee-jerk reaction against the muslim brotherhood following the attack on the twin-towers, has, since around 2005, been seeking to cultivate relations with the group with a view to installing the brotherhood as a power-broker in the middle-east.

    now, given that al qaeda has fought on the same side as american-backed revolutionaries in the last two arab-uprisings, and given that al qaeda is known to have had close connections with the assad regime during the iraq war, i would surmise that it is most likely to have been al qaeda who had the inside knowledge and contacts to mount the recent devastating attack against the syrian military leadership (together with the previous car-bombings in central damascus). moreover, if president assad thought, as has been claimed by a defector, that al qaeda was working to discredit the free syrian army for his benefit, i would suggest that assad has seriously miscalculated, and that such speculation is merely cia-disseminated disinformation (such as that to which we were treated before the iraq-war) aimed at facilitating yet another western-led military intervention and insidious installation of yet another cia-backed fundamentalist autocracy.

    i am highly sceptical as to whether the cia originally trained bin laden and al qaeda, in afghanistan, but the united states government definitely seem to have been aware of the extremist faction’s operations since 1996, and has increasingly developed a controlling interest in it. in addition, despite israel’s convenient contention that iran was behind the bulgarian bus-bombing, al qaeda (an organisation ideologically at odds with iran and hezbollah) has still not been ruled out of complicity in this atrocity – an act which could conveniently constitute a grave provocation of israeli wrath, culminating in all-out war against the iranian republic, and thus conveniently serving the agendas of extremists both within a hell-bent al qaeda and also the israeli government.

    in conclusion, i submit that john ward has clearly conflated the muslim brotherhood with al qaeda and possibly the cia too.

  18. according to the top paragraph of its entry in wikipedia:

    the muslim brotherhood of syria’s stated political positions are moderate and in its recent April 2012 manifesto it “pledges to respect individual rights”, promote pluralism and democracy, and does not even “mention the word Islam”.

    in 2006, the brotherhood’s leader, ali sadreddine bayanouni, said “the muslim brotherhood wants a peaceful change of government in damascus and the establishment of a ‘civil, democratic state’, not an Islamic republic” – whilst jeremy bowen, bbc middle east editor, describes the muslim brotherhood as “conservative and non-violent”.

    on the other hand, as in the cia-instigated libyan rebellion, al qaeda elements have been widely reported to have infiltrated the syrian revolution, and it is also worth bearing in mind that a former al qaeda commander, mustafa abdul-jalil, is currently the national transitional council leader in tripoli – although he is apparently no more than a figurehead for far more hard-line ex-al qaeda operatives who control the country from the wings.

    it is of further interest that the united states, despite an initial knee-jerk reaction against the muslim brotherhood following the attack on the twin-towers, has, since around 2005, been seeking to cultivate relations with the group with a view to installing the brotherhood as a power-broker in the middle-east.

    now, given that al qaeda has fought on the same side as american-backed revolutionaries in the last two arab-uprisings, and given that al qaeda is known to have had close connections with the assad regime during the iraq war, i would surmise that it is most likely to have been al qaeda who had the inside knowledge and contacts to mount the recent devastating attack against the syrian military leadership (together with the previous car-bombings in central damascus). moreover, if president assad thought, as has been claimed by a defector, that al qaeda was working to discredit the free syrian army for his benefit, i would suggest that assad has seriously miscalculated, and that such speculation is merely cia-disseminated disinformation (such as that to which we were treated before the iraq-war) aimed at facilitating yet another western-led military intervention and insidious installation of yet another cia-backed fundamentalist autocracy.

    i am highly sceptical as to whether the cia originally trained bin laden and al qaeda, in afghanistan, but the united states government definitely seem to have been aware of the extremist faction’s operations since 1996, and has increasingly developed a controlling interest in it. in addition, despite israel’s convenient contention that iran was behind the bulgarian bus-bombing, al qaeda (an organisation ideologically at odds with iran and hezbollah) has still not been ruled out of complicity in this atrocity – an act which could conveniently constitute a grave provocation of israeli wrath, culminating in all-out war against the iranian republic, and thus conveniently serving the agendas of extremists both within a hell-bent al qaeda and also the israeli government.

    in conclusion, i submit that john ward has clearly conflated the muslim brotherhood with al qaeda and possibly the cia too.

    • your theory of a co-ordinated al qaedabomb-strike in bulgaria could well be either confirmed or undermined by (as yet wholly unconfirmed) rumours circulating in the press suggesting that the bus-attacker was of algerian-swedish origin – nevertheless, should this identification prove accurate, it would certainly tend to rule out hezbollah involvement, but would still leave us with a host of possible suspects including either nutjob nazis units or radical red communist cells who are scheming to set their respective natural enemies (these being theocrats and zionists for the extreme left, and muslims and jews for the extreme right) against one another in a devastating self-annihilating war.

      what seems certain, according to coded threats made by their government, is that the iranians have a nasty surprise ‘up-their-sleeve’ for the israelis, and are just itching for the israelis to attack them – thus providing the islamic republic with an ethically adequate excuse for massively destructive retaliation.

      • a very deeply considered and interesting analysis, mr prescription for apocalypse – but whoever was responsible for the bulgarian bus-bombing, you can bet your bottom dollar that the cia were yanking their strings.

  19. amazing. the MSM makes no mention of the fact that Assad is an ethnic minority. It shoes you that you can’t trust anything in the MSM anymore. if you ever could.

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