Bashar Al-Assad Isn’t the Threat to Freedom in Syria — Islamic Rebels Are

Bashar Al-Assad Isn't the Threat to Freedom in Syria — Islamic Rebels Are

Bashar Al-Assad Isn’t the Threat to Freedom in Syria — Islamic Rebels Are

Western civilization is at a crossroads. We can either ensure that secular Muslim governments do not fall to Islamist gangs who are hell-bent on destroying the United States and Western Europe — or we can sit idly by as these terrorists form caliphates that will be a direct threat not only to the liberties of the impoverished Muslims in the Middle East, but to all of Western society. This is most evident in Syria, where Islamist groups are hell bent on overthrowing the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Supporting his adversaries would be detrimental to our national security, and in fact, it would be in our best interests to help him remain in power.

It has been said by a variety of pundits and politicians that it is the responsibility of the United States to ensure that the Arab Spring is successful and that tyrants are removed from power in an aim of replacing them with so called called democratic regimes. Who are they to state that it is the responsibility of the United States, let alone the international community as a whole, to assist in overthrowing legitimate governments who pose no direct threat to our national security? They have no authority making such statements, and the fact of the matter is that the threats directed at the security of the American populous do not come from President Bashar al-Assad or Hezbollah, but from the terrorist organizations that the United States and other developed nations are directly funding using borrowed and taxed money taxpayers could better use. We stop White House tours and other activities, yet we can find one hundred million dollars to send to the people attempting to overthrow foreign governments.

What does that tell you? In the 1980s, it was government policy from the Reagan administration that brought about a massive increase in funding that the mujaheddin received from foreign backers. This in turn contributed in the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan.

What was the result of this? The Taliban was formed, which in turn, used weapons given to them by the United States to take over the majority of the nation, and impose strict Sharia on the Afghan people — who experienced far more freedom and liberty in social affairs under Soviet-backed rule. In result of this, Sharia was enforced by Islamists, and still is today. This in turn threatens our liberties, not the secularism championed by leaders such as the President Bashar Al-Assad. No individual can rationally make the case that assisting in the overthrow of President Assad will bring about more freedom for the Syrian people.

Thus one must ask if the international leaders calling for his removal are incompetent, devious, or both?

Without a doubt it is the latter, for these individuals comprehend what has occurred in the past, yet are willing to repeat the process, for in conflict where we fund radical Islamists, the military industrial complex flourishes, which benefits the wealthy corporations who profit immensely off of military expenditures. Examples of this include Boeing, BP, and Exxon Mobile, among others. Further, the Syrian rulers allow Christians and others to participate in the government. SaddamHussein did that, yet we invaded Iraq on the pretext of weapons of mass destruction.

Now we have some senators who have clearly learned nothing from their military service calling on our armed forces to invade Syria on the pretext of poison gas. What Lindsey Graham and others are saying in Congress is nothing more than another wave of pro-war propaganda from the American imperialists … especially when one factors in that it is the rebels who have used chemical weapons, according to the UN.

We have no sensible reason to arm the rebels, or help either side in any way. If we wish to prevent the past from repeating itself, we must ensure that President Assad stays in power, until at least new elections can be held. We must not in any way call for the removal of President Assad unless he commits acts of terror against us. Assad’s government has committed no such act, thus rendering it criminal for foreign governments to undermine the Syrian regime. You either stand for national sovereignty, or against it. The choice is yours.

Policymic

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5 Responses to Bashar Al-Assad Isn’t the Threat to Freedom in Syria — Islamic Rebels Are

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  2. yuri this is koorie land says:

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  3. Business says:

    You must understand how business works…and politics is a business…governments are entities of business…their dysfunction leaves much to be desired in larger investment circles who rely on old-school ways of business that has made them successful…they didn’t need to kill anyone… They go into impoverished nations and get the peoples in business for themselves…increasing global economies in areas that brought no revenue to the global table of business…the investors that are “controlling” things are soon to be eradicated as other investors see a new dawning in global business and the days of corruption have wore out their usefulness…they speak of times in the past where that and even communism was necessary to ward off potential risks of hostile takeovers…and that now those countries are stable and powerful enough to let that concept go…
    Interesting conversations to listen to and the heated debates makes one cringe of a fight to break out…not happening…they laugh and ask what is wrong…when explained the laugh again and ask how do you think business started…pause…and next is the stage of enlightenment they tease…business is good for humanity and let’s hope the change of the guard cleans things up!

  4. muromyetz says:

    The Obamians are also destroying the USA- What else can result from the permanent printing of Dollar currency, considering the the ruinous state of the US finances, and the almost 17TRILLION DEBT. How can anyone justify the continued and rising cost of the “HUMANITARIAN WAR” on Syria, and the billions being spent on arming Egypt?

  5. yuri says:

    Gilgamesh passes near Mount Hermon in the Epic of Gilgamesh, where it was called Saria by Sumerians, “Saria and Lebanon tremble at the felling of the cedars”. In the Book of Enoch, Mount Hermon is the place where the Grigori (“Watcher”) class of fallen angels descended to Earth. They swore upon the mountain that they would take wives among the daughters of men and take mutual imprecation for their sin (Enoch 6). The mountain or summit is referred to as Saphon in Ugaritic texts where the palace of Baal is located in a myth about Attar.According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, Hermon means “Forbidden Place.” Jerome (4th-century translator of the Latin Vulgate Bible) interpreted Hermon as “anathema.” Mount Hermon was the port of entry for a group of wicked angels, who corrupted the human race in the days of Noah. Moses wrote: “The sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose …. There were giants in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown” (Gen. 6:1-4).Rabbi Jose says, following a tradition, that these [Nephilim] were Uzza and Azazel, whom, God deprived of their supernal sanctity. How, it may be asked, can they exist in this world? Rabbi Hiya answers, that they were of a class of spirits referred to in the words, ‘and birds which fly on the earth’ (Gen 1:20), and these, as we have said, appear to men in the form of human beings. If it is asked, how can they transform themselves? The answer is, that they do, in fact, transform themselves into all kinds of shapes, because when they come down from heaven they become as concrete as air and take human shape. These are Uzza and Azazel, who rebelled in heaven, and were cast down by God, and became corporeal on the earth and remained on it, not being able to divest themselves of their earthly form. Subsequently, they went astray after women, and up to this day they exist and teach men the arts of magic. They begat children whom they called Anakim (giants), while the Nephilim themselves were called ‘sons of God’” (Zohar, vol. 1, p. 186).Of all places on this planet where angels could have descended, it was on the northern border of the Promised Land. Perhaps knowing something about God’s future plans to give territory to Abraham’s descendants, these angels plotted their strategy to introduce “the seed of the serpent” into the human race.The French Connection

    In 1666, Louis XIV of France, authorized the building of an observatory in Paris to measure longitude. This was the beginning of the Paris Zero Meridian. Believe it or not, according to the “Paris Zero Meridian” Mount Hermon (and the ancient territory of Dan) is located at 33 degrees east of the Paris Zero Meridian (longitude), and 33 degrees north of the Equator (latitude)! The 33rd degree became an important part of Freemasonry, probably due to a history that dates back to the Knights Templar, the French Merovingian Dynasty, and their family ties to the Danites
    Amazing! The Jews are looking for a Messiah whose father is from the royal family of Judah, but whose mother will be from the tribe of Dan!

    Those fallen angels who descended to Mount Hermon introduced the “seed of the serpent” into the human race. Evidently, after the Flood, they consorted with members of the tribe of Dan, mixing the “seed of the serpent” into the human genome once again. The first time it happened, God judged the world with water. The next time, it will be by fire.”

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