Feb 11, 2013
I know this is old news, but it needs to be stated over and over again: there is no such thing as a “Syrian rebellion.” There are no “Syrian rebels.” It is a USraeli created myth. The fighters who are taking on the government in Syria are mercenaries, Saudi-funded Jihadist terrorists, Al-Qaeda groups, and drugged up idiots who have nothing better to do than kill innocent people.
Have people forgotten what a revolution is? What is going on in Syria is pure chaos, terrorism, and destruction, not a revolution. There is no revolutionary leader. There is no revolutionary movement. There are no revolutionary ideas. There is nothing but mayhem, funded and supported by the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, and Turkey. Supporting the anti-Assad fighters means spreading chaos, terrorism and destruction in Syria.
Let’s put aside the rhetoric and look at the facts. Washington wants to export chaos, terrorism, and destruction to the Arab world and the Middle East. It did so in Iraq. It did so in Afghanistan by ordering its Al-Qaeda cells to assassinate national hero Ahmad Shah Massoud two days before 9/11. And it is doing the same in Syria.
The malicious USraeli plan to destroy and subjugate Syria has so far failed because of the steadfastness of the Syrian army and people. But Washington’s enthusiastic support for the Jihadist terrorists who are killing Syrians night and day has not waned in the least.
There is a perception that President Barack Obama blocked aid for the terrorists but nothing could be further from the truth. Obama has backed the unpopular Islamist uprising in Syria from day one. He has also put pressure on Turkey’s Erdogan to contribute to the diabolical effort and sacrifice its national interests for USrael’s benefit.
The White House wants to cultivate an image of a reserved, cautious, and hesitant commander in chief, but the reality is completely different. Just ask any relative of a dead Yemeni, Pakistani, Libyan, Syrian, etc., go down the list. The President is a ruthless killer who has no conscience.
In a boxing match between Obama and Assad I’m in Assad’s corner strictly from a humanitarian and moral perspective. Assad is more moral and humanitarian than Obama. Call me a hopeless idealist, but morality and honesty still matter in my worldview. I want moral and honest leaders to triumph over immoral liars. Of course, that’s not how the world works, but let’s not pretend that Assad is a brute and an oppressor. He is not.
II. USrael Is For The Savages In Syria, Not Against Them
Have you seen this Israeli ad that says, “In any war between the civilised man and the savage, support the civilised man”?
Believe it or not, but Assad is the civilized man, and the rebels are the savages. So Israel is going against its own doctrine by supporting the Jihadist savages in Syria against Assad.
Where is the consistency? How can you be for the civilized man one day and against him the next day when it benefits you?
USrael, by being inconsistent in its actions and unjust towards its neighbours, has opened the gateway for its own fall.
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator
This article was posted: Monday, February 11, 2013 at 6:06 am