The Arab Spring, Syrian and the Western Intervention

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  1. stan1990

    stan1990 Newly Registered

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    Syria was a peaceful and marvelous country until democracy arrived under the banner of the Arab Spring. No doubt, the Arab Spring was the product of the Creative Chaos, the term originated back to the United States minister of state Condoleezza Rice. The Arabs must be overwhelmed by ethnic, religious and sectarian to prevent them from being united or conduct any collective action. The purpose of the Arab Spring is to divide the Middle East into ethnic and sectarian territories. Bernard Lewis and other Western political elites didn't hide their intentions and planes that tailored to service the best of Western powers interests not of the people.

    The promises of prosperity and economic growth under the banner of American creative chaos was a pile of rubbish and can be countered by the fact on the ground. In every country American democracy knocked on its doors, the situation got worse: Tunisia is on the brink of bankruptcy, billions of dollars were lost in Egypt as the economy went in a free fall, Libyan Sovereign wealth fund and foreign investments evaporated. In Syria, the situation was the worst: infrastructure destroyed, cities leveled to the ground, population displaced and hundreds of thousand neither dead, wounded or missing.

    The game in Syria started with the claimed peaceful protesters and ended with Moderate Opposition. The media used these terms in cheap propaganda; however, they don't exist in reality. In the United States, proclaimed as democracy, an unlicensed demonstration is banned by law. Moreover, taking over a building neither public or private is considered a criminal offence. Gene Sharp in his book, "How Non-Violent Struggle works," classified take overbuilding is an act non-violent which is nonsense. The application of Gene Sharp theories come with dual standard. In Syria, occupy public building is an act of freedom but in Britain or France, it's a criminal act.

    Why the French president doesn't step down after nine innocent peaceful yellow vest protesters killed, hundreds arrested and wounded? Is this against democracy or not? How many victims must fall in France before United Nation conscious wake-up? France was advising the Syrian president non-stop to leave his position. Furthermore, the French media was broadcasting false reports regarding the crisis in Syria. Who gave the American, French, British and other governments to intervene in Syria to force their views down the throats of the Syrian people?

    The Syrian people have the right to decide the shape of the political system of their country. Let's not forget what had happened in Gaza Palestine, the election that was described by the international community as democratic and transparent. Was the situation in Gaza got any better? Hamas, the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood won the election and used strict view of Islam to oppress their opponents. Libya is another clear example of Western intervention creating worst situation than the precedent one. The western philosophy of intervention in the quest for an idealistic political regime in Libya destroyed the country, and release the genie from the bottle. The American ambassador in Libya was killed by the same group Western intervention support to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, and now, his son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is the only hope to restore peace to a country torn down by a civil war.

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  2. yasureoktoo

    yasureoktoo Well-Known Member

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    All the Muslims etthnics in these countries are getting too many weapons, with which they can practice their religion.
    They, the minorities repressed by the various regimes are revolting, and trying to conquer.

    We need to stay out and let then do their Muslim thing.
    Total warfare until one emerges victorious.
     
  3. stan1990

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    Syria is a secular country with a Secular system of government. Western powers play a very negative role in the Syrian crises, they supply weapons to the Syrian opposition and provide them with political support. The Syrian opposition from the beginning follows the ethnic and sectarian path, not the regime. I agree with you in the part that Western powers should stay out and don't intervene; however, they are doing just the opposite.
     
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    There are no facts in the article.. NONE.
     

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