Monday, September 24, 2012

History will Judge

"I think there is no disagreement anywhere that the situation in Syria is extremely bad and getting worse, that it is a threat to the region and a threat to peace and security in the world," Brahimi told reporters after the closed-door talks.
"Reform is not enough"

"I refuse to believe that reasonable people do not see that you cannot go backward, that you cannot go back to the Syria of the past. I told everybody in Damascus and everywhere that reform is not enough anymore, what is needed is change,'' said Brahimi, who has met with Assad and other regime officials in Damascus.

"Paradoxically, now that I have found out a little more about what is happening in the country and the region, I think that we will find an opening in the not too distant future,'' Brahimi said.

see also video clip  

Of the big befallen mouthed fellers, grassy power-mongers, tyrannies dimwits, criminals, terrorists, well heeled dodgers seasonal drug dealers gather at united nations of underground and verbal malarias of annually sparing match.    They string strips of playing key boards, blow forgone horns, beat their drums and they sing hair splittering, blood splattering  world of bombshell peace and security at  la la land.