The Dangerous Global Consequences of a Syria Intervention
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The Dangerous Global Consequences of a Syria Intervention


PAUL JAY: Welcome to The Real News Network.
I’m Paul Jay in Baltimore. We’re continuing our series of interviews,
trying to have a better understanding of the forces in conflict and in play in Syria. Now
joining us again is Sami Ramadani. He’s a senior lecturer in sociology at the London
Metropolitan University. He was a political refugee in Iraq, Saddam’s regime. And he joins
us again now from London. Thanks for joining us again, Sami. RAMADANI: Most welcome. JAY: So, again, if you haven’t watched the
previous parts, well, you should, because we’re just going to pick up the conversation.
So let’s start with Russia and then China, but Russia’s certainly more at play here.
Why is Russia sticking its neck out on Syria, sticking its neck out meaning getting into
such direct confrontation with the United States? RAMADANI: A number of issues with Russia.
I think following Libya they woke up to the fact that the only Arab country left with
close links to Russia is Syria. They’ve had close links with Syria for decades. They’ve
been arming the Syrian army in confrontation with Israel for 50 years or so, about half
a century or so. They have a military base in Tartus, the only Russian military base
in the Mediterranean. Admittedly, it’s a small base, nothing like what the U.S. has in the
region, but it’s a base where Russian ships can refuel and so forth. It’s a facility,
a presence in the Mediterranean. Also, they understand the regional game just
as well as the United States does, that if Syria goes, then Iran is the next target.
And Iran is obviously on Russia’s borders, and Iran is a very strategic ally today of
Russia in terms of geopolitics of the entire world, not just the region. So combine Syria and Iran and you get an overall
picture where Russia feels directly threatened. JAY: So how far will Russia take this? Meaning:
you know, if they try–if the Western countries, particularly, you know, the ones we’ve been
talking about, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United States, and now some Europeans
jump in, I mean, if they decide to intervene without a UN resolution–and I don’t know
if they would, but perhaps–how far does Russia go, in the sense that do they continue to
support Syria in its direct armed conflict with the West? And then where does that lead? RAMADANI: Well, I mean, I take a pessimistic
view that this thing could, five years, ten years down the line, lead to a world war,
because if Iran gets attacked in this conflagration, then who says that Russia will not intervene,
or China as well? So you are talking about a very dangerous world today, unfortunately,
Paul. And one of the reasons I say this is that
we also have a world capitalist economic crisis. The world capitalist economy, including the
U.S. economy, is in deep crisis. And if we study history and look at history, deep, deep
economic crises lead to wars. Wars seem to be an outlet for capitalist economies in deep
crisis. There is almost a spontaneous tendency. It doesn’t need a lot of planning, because
the industrial-military complex is massive. It’s probably the most important segment of
the economy, and it has political weight to go with it. And if war means that the military-industrial
complex is a bit happier, then wars they will have. And I fear that along this very dangerous
contact line of Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, you are talking about an enormous potential
for conflict. JAY: So your argument is not only is outside
intervention going to up the nature of the conflict in Syria and be, as you’ve described
in one of your articles, a disaster for the Syrian people, but it could wind up being
a disaster for the entire globe. RAMADANI: Absolutely. I really do, because
of the surrounding regional problems and the world economic situation, and the fact Russia
is regaining some of its lost power militarily, and economically their situation have improved
in the last ten years, because following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia was in
sixes and sevens, destabilized, very weak economy, and so on. They have picked up quite
a bit. China has picked up economically and militarily.
And I don’t think they today will accept a total monopolar world whereby only the United
States is the dominant force, or even NATO. So you are talking about emerging countries,
and they might–India might even jump ship and go with China, Russia. India still is
in the balance. Will they feel threatened by this onward march towards war? Or will
they throw their weight with NATO and maybe as a prize get Pakistan and settle the question
of Kashmir? You have interlocking problems. JAY: Well, this is why I said in the last
interview this is feeling like pre-First World War in some ways, although if you throw in
the depression, it’s got bits of the Second World War, too. But in either case it’s extremely
dangerous situation. Let’s go back into inside Syria. Yeah, go ahead. RAMADANI: Just one more final point there,
Paul, that one of the reasons Russia is becoming intransigent on Syria is again just like my
analysis about the Syrian opposition, the democratic opposition, and why the Syria regime
got strangled is that the armed opposition is very closely tied to Saudi Arabia and the
United States. If those ties were not as strong, then Russia is not wedded to Assad. They are
wedded maybe to Syria or a Syria which is not completely allied to the United States
and Saudi Arabia. So they could tolerate a regime change, but not a regime change in
which the armed opposition proxies of Saudi, Qatar, Turkey, and the United States taking
over. JAY: Okay. So what’s the way out of this?
I know nothing we say in this interview is going to change what’s going on there. But
in terms of what the sort of what you’re calling the more democratic forces within Syria, what
are they calling for? What do they want now? And what’s possible now? RAMADANI: What I read from them is that obviously
they are very depressed by what goes on. But they still plug the same line. And which other
line one would really request from them? They are responding to the demands of the Syrian
people. They want democracy. They want better conditions for the people. But they are also
saying, look, if this armed conflict continues, Syria itself is threatened, Syrian society
could collapse, we will have a situation like Iraq and even worse. I mean, beyond that,
what else could they say? JAY: Well, what I’m hearing from some of the
Syrians I’m talking to, some of my friends–and these are people that have not been–are certainly
not, you know, pro-intervention; they’re not pro-West in that way. They want Syria to be
an independent, sovereign country. Their sympathies have been with the more democratic, as you
call it, opposition. They’re against the militarization of the opposition. But they’re saying the
only way out now is the Assad family–Assad himself, at least, has to step down, and then
you could have some opening for negotiations, that as long as Assad’s there, you can’t diffuse
this militarization. And they say, you know, the forces, the pro-militarization forces
may not say that’s enough, but Syrian society might shift and say, okay, now the fighting
has to stop, Assad’s gone, sort of what happened in Egypt, even though of course a lot of people
will be critical of what happened there, ’cause you wind up having Mubarakism without Mubarak.
But still, that’s not quite necessarily analogous to Syria. Anyway, the point is is should people
be calling for–against intervention and for Assad to step down? RAMADANI: Well, you see, the thing is that
I do not think that the problem is just Assad. Assad is a symbol. And what is happening is
that because of the armed opposition wanting the entire regime to go, then people, the
elites around the regime will not let Assad go even if he wants to go, if you see what
I mean, because what they are seeing is that this opposition is not a genuine Syrian opposition,
because they could deal–even with the democratic forces they could give concessions. They could
get rid of even Assad. JAY: Now, hang on one sec on that point, because
I’ve talked to journalists who have been there, and again it’s–they see a slice of what life
is there, but they’ve talked to lots of members of the opposition, including those involved
in the fighting, and they say that many of the fighters are not this sort of hardcore
Islamists, they’re not just the Syrian National Army connected to the Saudis, that there’s
a lot of indigenous ordinary people involved in the fighting, and they’re not just–you
can’t characterize them as not genuinely Syrian. RAMADANI: No, no. I wouldn’t dispute that,
by the way. I was trying to refer to the main military force, the people who are being armed
with the night-vision sniper rifles, NATO, the people who are being armed with antitank
rockets. JAY: And we’re hearing today they’re getting
the equivalent of Stinger missiles now. Apparently they got 20, 30 missiles that can fire and
bring down helicopters. RAMADANI: Absolutely. Exactly what the United
States did in Afghanistan with the mujahideen against the Soviet forces, if you remember. JAY: ‘Cause it is important to distinguish,
though, that not all the fighters involved in armed struggle are those people you’re
talking about. RAMADANI: I think those who are going on the
offensive are mainly foreign-backed. But there are fighters who defend their families, who
are more defensive in posture. And the democratic forces in Syria, I read their literature.
They do refer to such people. They say, we know people who are armed, but they are armed
to defend their neighborhoods or their families. They do not go on offensives. They do not
launch operations suddenly in Damascus or Aleppo. So they make a distinction. These forces which are going on the offensive,
trying to occupy neighborhoods and occupy cities, they want to occupy Aleppo, because
Aleppo is only 25–let me get this right–about 25 miles from the Turkish border–very close.
And if they control Aleppo, they control the supply lines that come from Turkey. They will
create a situation like Benghazi in Libya, they hope, so that arms, heavy arms and so
on, could flood into Syria and they start a frontal warfare in Syria. This agenda is a foreign agenda. It is not
the Syrian people’s agenda. JAY: Now, if there is to be armed intervention,
is the force that it most likely would be to be Turks? It’s hard to see other–I mean,
I guess, I mean, the Americans, but it’s hard to see in an election year Obama’s going to
bite off another war, a ground war here. I mean, maybe something aerial. But if they’re
going to go on the ground, does it not have to be the Turks and maybe the Saudis? RAMADANI: Sure. There are would be Turks,
I’m sure, but not necessarily they go in as a Turkish army. There are enough Arab-speaking
Turks to go in. There are Syrian nationals also who live in Turkey. There are Saudis,
Qataris. Libyans, by the way, in their hundreds have gone to Turkey and they have infiltrated
into Syria. You have fighters from all over the world now being called to fight a jihad
war in Syria. So you–and according to the famous Egyptian journalist Mohamed Hassanein
Heikal, Blackwater is involved. They have 6,000 fighters whom they trained in the Emirates,
Arab-speaking fighters who have been infiltrated into Syria. So you’re talking about a destabilization
campaign there. I think the United States is in such a state
now, a bit like in Iraq: if they cannot control it, they don’t mind seeing it destroyed. And
that’s a terrible thing to say, I know. But any policymaker in Washington, it’s a dreadful
thing, I know, to suggest and say that if you can’t control a place, well, let it go
to hell and get it destroyed. But that’s what will happen in Syria. If they don’t get a
regime to their liking, they’ll try to destroy Syrian society. And that suits an Israeli
agenda as well. JAY: So to the extent that people outside
Syria can influence the policy of their countries–and I guess these days it’s not so much. But at
any rate, what do you think people should be demanding? RAMADANI: I think a demand should be to stop
the fighting. The Syria regime has to withdraw its forces. The armed opposition has to stop
fighting, give a chance, a true ceasefire, unless Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey say
ceasefire, they want ceasefire, because the ceasefire is coming from Saudi, Qatari, Turkey,
and United States. JAY: Well, the only way that happens, really,
I would assume, is if the Saudis, the Qataris, the Turks, the Americans shut the flow of
arms off. But they are all actually–they’re full steam ahead on that. RAMADANI: Yes. I think if they don’t shut
the flow and the money and call for a genuine ceasefire, there will be a terrible, terrible
civil war in Syria. And not only the minorities will suffer; some 40 percent of Syria’s population
is various ethnic and religious minorities. JAY: But the other side of that my Syrian
friends want is they want more international pressure than there is, and I’m not sure how
much more there could be, but they want more pressure to force Assad out, to create some
room for negotiations. RAMADANI: I think if the armed opposition
stops, Assad’s position will become very precarious, very precarious, because then there will be
no excuse for Assad to stay. And even the elites in Syria will say, look, we have a
window here; the armed opposition have stopped because Saudis, Qataris, Turkey, and the United
States will cut off supplies to them if they don’t stop; let us withdraw the tanks; let’s
even get rid of Assad; you see, because this thing is a dynamic, and the dynamic at the
moment is that the foreign agenda says not only topple Assad, but have a pro-U.S. regime,
pro-Saudi regime in Damascus. If that agenda stays, then the Assad regime will fight to
the last and the elites around him will fight with him. And the minorities will not be with
the opposition, either. JAY: Alright. Thanks very much for joining
us, Sami. RAMADANI: You’re most welcome. JAY: And thank you for joining us on The Real
News Network. And we’ll continue to follow Syria and the conflict there as best we can.
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100 Comments

  • Kirukunnn

    Russia is still rather weak in terms of man power, It's conscript pool is about 22 million compared to nearly 100 million four decades ago.
    America has the most advanced technology for military use, Russia is second, China is third.

  • sacopenapa

    70% of popular support to Assad, according to the CIA, UN Charter prohibits "Regime Change". Paul Jay, the "oposition" you are mentioning, now we know they are Al-queida and Al-nursa, financed and supported by the US Israel, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, France, UK. The ReaNews is becoming more and more like the presstitute Dr. Paul Craig Roberts tell us about. I don't watch DemocracyNow since it suppported Lybia's invasion.

  • tyjghjghhh

    thats cause they lost over 22million men in ww2,

    if they lived, you can multiply 2-3 children per men and it would be 2 generations now, so it might be 6 grandchildrens in their 20's, if each had families now,
    and most likely their children will join military if not, when time of war, for sure they would join military, so lets say 3 children for just numbers, it be 66millioin soldiers.

  • ArIF Rahman

    Though 1.2M solder is not enough if we compare with land ratio, but I think it's enough for them to be a winner on a war because of their technology and nuclear** power.

  • Kirukunnn

    You can't really through shots regarding that honestly. The number varies extremely and you have to throw into consideration a number of other factors too, I.E how many people immigrated and emigrated out of what is now Russia today because of the soviet victory. You really can't tally that unless that it actually happened.

  • Kirukunnn

    Against the US? Not remotely close. Take out the factor of Nuclear weapons because that's just making it too complicated. If you pose a sort of land to land combat which could happen if nuclear weapons are spawned on a mutual agreement. The US has a population of 316 million plus it's outlying territories which represent 4 million roughly. A full draft would be able to bring in around 200 million troops, Not all at once of course, but if need be. Russia has a total population of 142 million.

  • Kirukunnn

    Russia has an able body count of around 70 million tops, Take into the fact of the elderly, children, and people with any other sort of problem that prohibits them. Russia has 2005 military equipment if you could easily compare them. Roughly same style and effectiveness of equipment.

  • ThePoliticalDude123

    60 % is sunni not 70 alawities 10 %, christians 10 % , druze and shitte + loyal sunnis 30-45 % according to the CIA and Nato Assad has 60-70 % support.

  • ArIF Rahman

    LOL So you think those 11% Syrians fighting with 70% of Syrians for 3 years & still managed to control 40% of the Syria !!!
    Grow up dude. This is political not sectarian .

  • sacopenapa

    Calling me a lier and not presenting any evidence to support your argument?! Acording to the CIA that is the number: 70% of the Syrian people support Assad. Acording to the CIA you moron!

  • Prophet Ascending

    Sunny Muslims or Shit-ite Muslims? Does it matter. Oh dear…..sunni and shia slaughter each other over some utter fucking nonsense. Get off your knees, use the fucking brain given to you by evolution and start acting like a grown up, in charge of your own destiny, responsible for your own actions and capable of anything you set your mind to. Free it from the shackles that religion binds you in. God had better things to do thelan worry about you praying to him. His ego is not fragile like yours.

  • QabeelaBanoHashim

    SYRIANS love and want Assad. Alawiwtes consider him somewhat a god, but Sunnis, Shiites, Christians, Kurds love him specially after these cannibal US mercenaries i.e. FSA & Al-Nusra Front have shown their true inhuman nature.

  • Big Brother

    Secret Neocon Kosher Recipe:
    1 Scare the shit out of US voters with terrorist attacks
    2 Invade Arab country with massive oil reserves
    3 Sell lots of weapons; extract oil and stand by Afghani poppy fields
    4 Crush the Bill of Rights and censor the internet
    5 Crack global economy and split Arab countries in pieces
    6 Scare the shit out of US voters again
    7 Smash Persian country with nationalized oil supply and banking system
    8 Invite Israeli friends and serve with finger biscuits and champagne

  • ThePoliticalDude123

    Alawites, most Kurds , druze , ALL christians and a lot of loyal sunnis sir you are the lying bitch 60% per cent support assad

  • fuat ferri

    SUNNI SUPPORT ASSAD, CHRISTIANS, SUPPORT ASSAD, SHIA SUPPORT ASSAD, DRUZE SUPPORT ASSAD, KURDS SUPPORT ASSAD,,,LOL. WHERE IS QATAR, ERDOGAN,SATABYAHU, OBAMA NOW?????? LOL. LOL. HAHAAHAH

  • Ahmed Shazad

    You people got it wrong. Al Nusra are good people who fight for innocent. FSA are american supported for american interests. And Syrian Army is corrupt and evil that massacred the civilians.

  • Abdullah Al Hashemi

    Assad supporters are all minorities, people who are under his payroll…..why do you have soldiers defecting in his army while its never ever happening the other way around in the rebel groups…..for 1 minute just think with your brain not your eyes and ears that are stuck to the TV

  • Abdullah Al Hashemi

    Shut up you idiot, its proven that it never happened and its just the Assad TV promoting it….we sunna have no such thing as Jihad sex. sex is forbidden if the couple are not committed to a lifetime marriage. Shia has this temporary kind of marriage and even went to the extent of making prostitution allowed.

    Stop making a fool of yourself you ass

  • Bob Dole

    America likes to intervene countries especially when their at civil war because it makes it easier for America to take advantage of them. I mean of course you're going to take the U.S's side at the moment, but in the long run it isn't worth it.

  • Joshua Harman

    On the map they showed which showed the locations of Russia, Iran and Syria, did anyone else notice that Israel was coloured in and lumped in under Syria?

  • Jonathan Maitland

    It's strange hearing the Arab guy bringing India into the equation. India is only consumed with Pakistan, nothing else. The Syrian crisis involves Russia, US, Iran and Syria itself. China and India have no business in this crisis. China is itching to get into any conflict which will pit itself against the USA. Don't the Chinese understand that they are nowhere near as powerful militarily as the USA? They should stick to making substandard toys and cheap shoes, they shouldn't fancy themselves as America's equal, which they are not.

  • CHEVI789

    America is run by the jews, the jews want world domination, worse than whatever the nazi's did, you will be under their thumb, now what are you all going to do about it? all the arab states were stable, until the american "democracy" was forced on them, now they are living in hell, tell me this, if any person in the free world attacked their army what would that constitute?.

  • anthony star

    Peace is needed but the SAA is not going to give up and the regime will not want to allow anyone else to rule so it looks like a fight to the death meaning peace may come at the expense of one side losing or either giving up.

  • justoldog

    It's all about the DOLLAR. Iran is trying to buck the buck and their defense pact with Syria, could bring them into direct conflict with the USA if we get into it with Syria. Just what the US govt/dollar supporters want.

  • Manish Mishra

    Unbelievably looking back in time,every word of what they discussed &/or predicted 2 years ago has happened. It has become so easy to predict US designs & policies. Every single point panned out exactly as Mr. Ramadani or for that matter any INDEPENDENT analyst had predicted when the west's Syria adventure was initiated way back. Ironically funny.

  • Yaakov Eban

    Wars are not an "outlet", in capitalist economies the only time it is ideologically permissable for the government to implement a command-style economy with full employment is during a war…

  • loonypics

    So let me get this straight – ISIS  in Syria are the good guys but in Iraq they are terrorists hmmmm. Sounds like classic Orwellian double talk to me.
    But as it's a Zionist inspired conflict, what else would you expect ! – Read the rabbinical inspired Talmud, the Jewish traditional belief –
    No wonder Jesus called the Rabbi's of his day snake's  and vipers and the offspring's  of Satan, He was right then and STILL right today !. –
     My heart goes out to all those innocent civilian's and their family's cought up in this living hell.
    Even committed   atheist's have heard of Armageddon, are we on the brink ?. I don't know, but things don't look good !.

  • Aamir Qureshi

    Bald guy is a big idiot and the guy in blue shirt should take a bath. Its unhealthy to live without having bath for more then 3 months

  • SJ Tomson

    Ok enough of the war/sky is falling BS. Having been to Europe, Asia, brief mid-east and now back in California. I will say first and foremost we/ USA have enough problems right here. Jeeze traffic is a mess, people are so dam fat they cannot fit in their cars. The country is still using post ww 3 infrastructure. Middle East will figure out their own battles, and have done so for centuries. USA has a ton of problems the world is all grown up they can figure out things on their own.

  • Ogeid Zepol

    Wrong, let's start from the beginning, plain and simple, as we all know the NWO agenda is to unify the world under one government, right? North American union (NAU-Amero), European Union (EU-Euro), Eurasia being done at present day, everything done until now is a distraction to justify the global union. They created the wars, the suffering, the economic collapse … why ??? very simple, they give you the problem and solution at the same time, UNIFICATION so all those bad things will never happen again, very simple to understand, right?
    They have many names … NWO, Group Bilderberg, CFR, Trilateral Commission, Illuminati, etc etc …, they are the same guys who are running the shows all over the world, these are the real rulers, everything that is going on right now in the middle east is part of their agenda, assuming human loses as collateral damage to succeed on their task.

  • David Coker

    Paul Jay has been a shill for the Zionist Jews for years. Say anything negative about the Jews and Zionism and you get banned. I will not support this Zionist front posing as an alternative news outlet.

  • Hamid E

    i like the part he says when syria goes iran is the next target. lol what a zionist propagonda, he talk like iran is an unarmed country.without USA iran can destroy whole israel in 1 week.and i like how he forgot irans and russias closest allies china.iran china and russia will be always in 1 side even in WWIII . go fuck urself shity jews channel .

  • TuranciHareket

    i dont give a fuck what you say assad has already proven that he is the greatest leader this shitty region ever had. and when he wins the war he will be a legend.

  • Bisholi M

    Hahaha Democracy really!! that was the plan to take down all the kings and be the only one left. that is democracy for you…

  • True Don Blue

    turkey and israel share a big money making oil pipeline through their countries, iran wants to build a oil pipeline of their own that will run through iran iraq and syria, thus taking away alot of that money that turkey and israel now profit from, so you see those to countries cant have a competitor like that in the region. that is why you are now seeing more conflict going down in that region.

  • Roger Dodger

    And as if my Magic…. almost 4 Years later…. what we predicted…. (I predicted 13 years ago)
    "Washington Post
    See realtime coverage
    Syria, already a catastrophe, seems on the verge of an uncontrollable disaster"

  • polygamous1 Sozou

    same in Vietnam was on TV an American say If we cannot have their country we will destroy it n they did a Huge damage over a Million litters of "orange agent" over 4Million dead n their forests n country all this of course for the benefit of America's masters at the expense of Americans n the world, MacNamara told the Vietnamese was it worth 3.2 Million of your own dead for your freedom in fact it was Over 4 Million dead forget the us "official BS" of 1.2 millions dead 55K Americans n many more injured

  • Janina Simons

    +TheRealNews TU, well past time to send a FOAB into USA and Israel….. for good.

    If you have a previous segment, please put links as a little difficult to find….

    This is interesting and I cant find the previous or any other as I cant search by date

    NOW ins 2017 we know that the ISRAEL is running USA and want to control all the Middle East….. More American/Israel war…..

  • Augustin Leonidas

    17:20,we can see that you say fake news.The opposition fighters are extremely Islamist and after five years we can see who created ISIS.

  • Pura Vida dew

    And the middle east today is what the US has helped to create over the last 40 years. This is democracy in peace and all those other good things the US preachers. HowVery very sad we are as human beings.

  • jimmi hotdog

    IMHO, Bush Blair Howard , got away with the biggest illegal war in
    history 2003 "shock and awe bombing of Iraq and because the worlds
    people Failed to correct or even reprimand these three clowns in the
    Iraq 2003 by the USA led invasion. most of todays wars including the
    mass migration are the result . When did the people give the USA an
    open ended contract with it's war on terror?.

  • CARYM JERRY

    truly you are right. Mr Ramadani very very objective. 100% analysis God bless you. we are students learning world politics. very soon you will see your words in this interview acknowledged in books . thanks

  • sinekonata

    Paul Jay seemed a bit reluctant to accept the idea that it's not the time to attack Assad and that the "uprising" was manufactured by the US.

  • Titus Tiger The world according to my view.

    The USA and his allies are the axis of evil! Also this gentleman knows exactly what he is saying and what we believe because the IMF is not happy when a country is independent and USA economy is collapsing! And the only exit for the USA collapsing is a huge war! But sadly this gentleman is not giving Russia their second place as a super power! Russia has more nukes than the USA so that will really play a big war change. But for sure a Third World War is the end of our blue planet!

  • moomin troll

    So hawkish it makes me physicaly sick! This is a sovereign state you are talking about, you are filthy to speak of this outrage in the way you are,there are terrorists attacking this poor country,thank god for russia,iran and the outright strength of the true syrian army.

  • P Ward

    If indigenous Syrians have not learned that war destroys everything and everyone, they are much too stupid to be leaders of any country. Anyone who has been involved in war MUST BE BARRED FROM PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS. Probably it would be best to convict everyone involved in war with war crimes and put them all in prison. The only people who can hold elected office must have had nothing to do with war, in any way.

  • Shan Ri Ha

    The U.S, Britain, Saudi Arabia, France, Germany and Zionist israel who controls them are the PROBLEM, are the TERRORISTS, are the AGGRESSORS, are the countries causing this mayhem, imbalance and murder that we are all facing. The people MUST stop these EVIL so called "western Govs." from leading the whole world into destruction and anarchy. Say NO to war.
    Peace

  • trev moffatt

    as Yoko Ono said – there's only two businesses – the Peace business and the War business, When the Peace business goes into decline, the war business takes over.

  • mike che

    The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principle the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not the victory over either Eurasia or East Asia, but to keep the very structure of society intact.George Orwell
    English essayist, novelist, & satirist (1903 – 1950)

  • Tchinablue Khurvinus

    Unfair and dangerous, these coalition forces wants only to control and dominate the whole world ,perhaps it would be much better if Russia will just nuke these nation's ( America and NATO countries , 😁

  • Allen Lichner

    The people in America don’t believe the chemical attack was real. It was staged. This man was totally correct about the military industry complex. The people are sick of them and their wars

  • Hx-Flix & Blog

    One solution…World Revolution! Assad isn't the problem alone! True! This whole conflict was planned by USA decades ago with Clinton to keep the whole region in turmoil and 911 was how they managed it.

  • rossdaboss1959

    Isaiah 53:5, he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes, we are healed. For salvation, people just need to follow the way they did it in Acts? They were baptized in the water and of the spirit. Here's why! The gospel is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. If we are to follow him, we must do the same thing. Death= repentance, Burial = baptism, and resurrection = being filled and rising again from the dead. That's what Acts 2:38 is. We must obey the gospel, 2 Thessalonians 1:8-9, in flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that OBEY NOT THE GOSPEL of our Lord Jesus Christ… Matthew 7:21-23, Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of Heaven; but he that DOETH THE WILL OF MY FATHER which is in Heaven. St John 3:3-5, EXCEPT a man be born of WATER AND OF THE SPIRIT, he cannot enter into the kingdom of GOD. We can't come up with our own gospel. Galatians 1:8-9, But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. Don't be cursed. One way for all people. Jews, Gentiles, and Samaritan. Our salvation has to match-up with the scriptures and no scriptures on the subject can be taken away. Eternity is TOOO long to be WRONG! st John 5:39, Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me. The gospels show what Christ has done on the cross for us. The book of Acts shows us the beginning of Christ's Church and how to enter the Church, obeying Acts 2:38. The letters were written to the Church to show us how to behave now that we are born again into the Church. It's better to walk alone than to walk with a crowd going in the wrong direction. Are we supposed to follow the teachings of the apostles? Acts 2:42, They continued steadfastly in the apostle's doctrines. Ephesians 2:20, We are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone. If you believe in this message, help spread it in the name of Jesus Christ. God bless you!

  • j walkin

    The main problem in The Middle East are Saudi Arabia & Israel. These 2 "countries" created by the British keep exporting their terrorists all over the region and create more & more wars. But all the wars they have started keep destròying Israel & Saudi Arabia more & more. The British LOSE finally. England WILL burn.

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