Skip to comments.Syrian Politician Urges the West to Face Reality
Posted on 01/07/2010 12:00:16 PM PST by Tamar Rush
To the dreamers who are still riveted to the notion of peeling Syria from Iran or from its destructive, resistant behavior, there is still room for hope. Adding Turkey, Lebanon, and Iraq to the list of countries to peel from not only Iran but Syria is but a minor detail.
To the ignoramuses who believe Assad and Ahmadinejad are "playing ball", please compute a simple cost-benefit analysis to understand the folly of your predictable losses vs. the possibility of your Lilliputian benefits. Or is it possible you are intentionally willing to accept to redraw the three democracies in the region Lebanon, Iraq, and Israel in support of tyranny?
To the intelligence community whose pursuit of information beyond reasonable expectations sometimes blinds them to see the forest, we ask that you revisit your compliant policy because there is no glory in despotism. No amount of intelligence from Assad is worth losing your credibility for. Maybe Assad's nuclear reactor was just a decoy to deflect your attention from much more sinister capabilities and his recent secret IAEA compliance falls within that strategy? Syrians, know better not to trust Assad. Maybe you should too.
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This is one of the most important articles to be published this year. Since Madonna, Lady Goo-Goo, and Octomom are not mentioned........... no one will read it.
‘Tis a pity.
Thanks Tamar, I read it and others @ the Reform Syria site...great insight on the coming wars!
“the ultimate aim of the Syrian-Iranian and recently added Turkish alliance.”
Hmmm, sounds like Ezekiel 38
And, some say, the eventuality of Isaiah 17
I want Boy Assad's rotting corpse used for bayonet practice at Camp LeJeune.
I want his head on a pike at the Gate.
I want his whole family dead.
I want the guy who cooked his breakfast dead.
I want the guy who cooked that guys breakfast dead.
Thanks hennie pennie. Most people in the West who hadn’t faced reality did so on 9/11/2001.
Syria is 70% Sunni and 10% Christian, neither of which are fond of the Shi’ite clique regime. If the revolution in Iran succeeds it may set off the spark for protests in Syria. It would be great to have two of the Middle East’s main trouble makers taken out.