Thursday, January 26, 2012

Obama expects downfall of Syrian regime in near future: BS!

The Syrian Arab Red Crescent says its vice-president, Abdulrazak Jbeiro, has been shot dead.: "The lack of respect for medical services is still a great issue in Syria." Anti-government activists the Local Co-ordination Committees blamed his death on "security forces", while Syrian state news agency Sana pointed the finger at "a terrorist group".

As the fighting in Syria continues, diplomats at the UN say European and Arab nations are meeting to try to draft a new UN resolution to address the crisis. A previous attempt was stymied by Russia and China, and on Wednesday Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he was open to "constructive proposals" to end the violence.

France, Britain join Syria peace push at UN: Arab League monitors said the withdrawal of colleagues by Gulf Arab states would not hinder their work in Syria while France and Britain on Wednesday joined efforts at the United Nations to end President Bashar al-Assad's rule. "The U.N. Security Council must support the Arab League's courageous decisions which are trying to end the repression and violence in Syria and find a solution to the political crisis," French Foreign Ministry spokesman Bernard Valero said.

"Our aim is to get a resolution approved." President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union address that Assad would "soon discover that the forces of change can't be reversed." Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said his country, which holds a veto in the U.N. Security Council, remained opposed to sanctions on Syria and reiterated its opposition to military intervention.

Obama expects downfall of Syrian regime in near future: During his State of the Union address which was largely devoted to economic issues, President Obama also touched the Middle East. Regarding Syria, the US leader said he had no doubt President Bashar Assad's regime "will soon discover that the forces of change can't be reversed, and that human dignity can't be denied." I am afraid to say they can.

When is the western world going to get the fact that nothing they say or do matters as far as what Syria and Iran do. Syria and Bashar Al-Assad appear to be the masters. From the beginning of the chaos in Syria we have been saying that Iran more specifically the IRG (Iran Revolutionary Guard) was in Syria helping if not leading the way in trying to quell the uprising. You know Bashar's only friend Iran is dictating that this slaughter is a necessity though Syria knows how to brutalize its people all to well. Iran will not allow a Democracy at her door step further isolating her.

That in itself defies logic because Iran is Shiite and Bashar and the ruling minority is Sunni like Al Qaeda and Saudi Arabia who we said would come to the aid of the citizens who are largely Shiite. It is all very confusing. Al Qaeda would not destroy Sunni security offices killing Sunni forces or would they?

However Bashar has already proven capable of killing his own to blame it on protesters and further his cause. He is also flat out lying saying protesters have killed 2000 of his security forces, a number pulled out of the air in order to kill and quell those against him. This Bashar created civil war is barely starting unless he leaves and he will not. As long as Russia keeps the 60 ton deliveries of arms and ammunition coming Syria will be all right. Iran will never allow Syria to fall to Democracy.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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