Germany: Participation in War on Syria. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has once again clearly signified her complete submission to the United States by her statements in which she announced that she wants to fight on the front line for Obama’s war against Syria.
The old saying goes be careful what you wish for. You may get more than you bargained for. Washington’s wars often don’t turn out as planned. Middle East, North African, Eurasian countries are embroiled in conflict. No end game looms. Unresolved conflicts continue. Escalation’s likely. US-sponsored death squads infest the [Continue reading…]
After Hezbollah intervened in Syria, cursory analysis began circulating that the Iranians had ordered their Lebanese partners to intervene as a means of helping the government in Damascus as part of a new Iranian surge inside Syria. This stance refused to admit that Hezbollah is one of the main targets [Continue reading…]
Here, in the blog (source is linked below), it is already to read for weeks: the Zionist-Wahhabi war front against Syria has no more a chance to win the terror and propaganda war against Syria due to a number of strategic successes of the Syrian army. In the first weeks [Continue reading…]
This week’s resignation of Ghassan Hitto, the so-called “Prime Minister in waiting” of the Syrian Opposition Coalition, coupled with the July 6th election of Ahmed Assi al-Jarba to head the umbrella coalition of US-supported proxy groups attempting to topple the Assad government, has revealed further cracks in the edifice of the imperialist assault [Continue reading…]
On May 23, Secretary of State John Kerry threatened Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with the following statement concerning U.S. military support of Syrian rebels: “In the event that we can’t find that way forward, in the event that the Assad regime is unwilling to negotiate Geneva I in good faith, we will [Continue reading…]
The Syrian Minister Omar Al Ibrahim Ghalaounji said in a new statement that the foreign-backed terrorism in the Arab Nation has so far damaged about 9,000 government and state buildings (including schools!) and cost about $15 billion (11.4 Billion Euro) in losses in the public sector of Syria.