Saturday, January 26, 2013

Called a slaughter house butcher “ dear friend?” don’t kidding yourself!

John Kerry had no illusion about what kind of government Assad ran; when he co-sponsored the Syria Accountability Act in 2003 he said,:

The Syrian government has historically ruled by methods such as torture, arbitrary arrest and detention, prolonged detention without trial, and limits on freedom of speech and the press.

Yet he bet on that government and he clung to the hope that Assad would survive, and with him, all those plans the two of them had made together, long after the revolution against his rule had begun. In June 2012, Klein Halevy, a Jerusalem-based contributor to the New Republic, recounted a meeting she had with Kerry in 2011:

Last year, I was part of a group of Israelis who met in Jerusalem with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry. Mr. Kerry had just come from Damascus with excellent news: Bashar al-Assad was ready for peace with Israel. When one of the participants mentioned that demonstrations had begun to challenge Mr. Assad’s legitimacy, Mr. Kerry’s response was: All the more reason to negotiate while he’s still in power.

That was then and this is now. Clearly Assad's "still in power" days are numbered. I'm sure John Kerry and everyone else in the Obama administration realize that now. They refused any military aid to Assad's opposition and even did their best to deny them heavy weapons, but that has only delayed, at great human costs, the inevitable defeat of the Assad regime.

One of reason terrorist Assad release   large of al-Quad from jail, a massive media  propaganda of attacking the FSA revolutionary and Opposition as a bunch of terrorist.  We are hoping Mr Kerry should be wise, the world watching, US hard to escape its moral obligation to the Syrian people! Terrorist Assad propaganda of condemning FSA revolutionary are all extremist probably referring his very own al-Qaeda, he always had his own, sent them to Iraq too.  As was warned, the conflict is radicalized which is happening!  Predictably yes some Jihadists groups on the ground, foreigners are small monitory, majority of them are  Syrian, these people are matter of fact as, association with jihadist  accessing weapon and resources within many reason to protect their family themselves their revolution. With terrorist there will be no future Syria and the region. If US open heart to Syrian people, there will be a great relationship with Syria and US that any problems can be solved i.e. Israel.  When US and west come to aid FSA with arms, there won’t be al-Qaeda problems. I must say clearly some of interview in media have been bit of out of characters, you wonder where they belong to, and clearly terrorist Assad has his very own al-Qaeda in his camp.   Called a slaughter house butcher “ dear friend?” don’t kidding yourself!