Free Syrian Army General , called on Syrian soldiers to join the rebels in a "fight for freedom and democracy" Associated Press Article
Posted by Bruno On Saturday, March 16, 2013 0 comments
In a video obtained by the Associated Press. The general of the main rebel group pledged to fight until the "criminal" regime was gone.
General Salim Idris, the head of the Supreme Military Council, called on Syrian soldiers to join the rebels in a "fight for freedom and democracy" in a video obtained by the Associated Press.
In the same video obtained by the Associated Press. He further claimed that the Free Syrian Army was fighting for freedom and democracy for all Syrian people, be they Sunni, Shia, Alawites, Christians or Druze.
Which the video marked Friday's second anniversary since the start of anti-Assad uprising that spiraled into large-scale clashes between the rebels and the army.
In the video it seems that General Salim Idris, the head of the Supreme Military Council makes no mention on the future of the Syrian Kurds, or those Kurds for which have being living in northern Syria for decades.
How can General Salim Idris claim that Free Syrian Army is fighting for all Syrian people, be they Sunni, Shia, Alawites, Christians or Druze if the FSA are attacking Christian Churches? and forbidding them from entering into their own homes in some rebel held areas. Further more, there has being no Christian brigade that is in Syria which has being fighting along side the Free Syrian Army.
The ironic part of the Associated Press article is for which they had used an "Think Tank" analyst at the Brookings Doha Center. Another member from the same Think Tank group, one of their analyst whom had verbally attacked an activist whom is living Aleppo. It was ridiculous that he had to cheek To question someone living through the conflict in Aleppo.
After the heated exchange "H" from the Brookings Doha Center. Didn't further continue the exchange, this is what the ironic part of the Associated Press article, AP had contact someone from the Based in Doha, Qatar, the Brookings Doha Center (BDC)
In order to give readers this one single POV from a person who doesn't know what's happening on the ground in Syria.
"Bashar Assad really does not feel that he is about to lose anytime soon," said Salman Shaikh, an analyst at the Brookings Doha Center. "He feels there is no Western resolve up to now. He feels he's got enough forces."In the article it. Khalid Saleh, a spokesman for the main political opposition group in exile, the Syrian National Coalition, was more optimistic.
Not an Very Democratic Process
He claimed that said those trying to bring down Assad have momentum on their side.
The 72-member leadership of the coalition meets next week in Istanbul to choose a prime minister, who would set up an interim government to run rebel-held areas, mainly in the north and east of the country, Saleh said. The government would operate from Turkey and the rebel-controlled areas, he added.
"Probably within the next six months, we will have the government in Damascus," Saleh said from Istanbul. After fighting ends, Syria will have to go through a healing process of several years, he said. "I am definitely optimistic," he added.
Notice the language which Khalid Saleh had used. The same language which was used for Libya.
-72-member leadership of the coalition meets next week in Istanbul to choose a prime minister
Not a very democratic process, if the new prime minister will be decided by the language 72-member leadership of the Syrian National Council, then surely he will not speak for the interests of Syrians but rather by the interests of the people who created the Syrian National Council by Hillary Clinton.
-Who would set up an interim government to run rebel-held areas, mainly in the north and east of the country, Saleh said.
Basically the puppet installed interim government would run areas which are mainly ruined, destroyed neighborhoods, abandoned areas, countryside. And several few Turkish border which is a supply line for the Free Syrian Army and an attack radius agaisnt the Kurds in the northern areas of Syria.
Apparently according to Khalid Saleh the actually interim government wont be inside those Rebel Held areas but rather The government would operate from Turkey. Its highly unlikely that this puppet interim government would actually be sent into those ruined areas.
-"Probably within the next six months"
I believe we heard this line before.
Israel's Hands on Syria, Israel Chemical Weapons Propaganda
It's unreasonable to doubt the Israel claims that Assad will be using Chemical Weapons, the Israeli news media have being claiming that Assad will be using Chemical Weapons since early 2012.
The Israeli military intelligence chief, Maj. Gen. Kochavi, warned Thursday that the regime is making advanced preparations for the use of chemical weapons, even if Assad has not yet given the orders to operate them.
The claims that that the Syrian Government is making advanced preparations for the use of chemical weapons has being claimed before in 2012. Such claims have being used before in order to justify an military invasion and occupation.
Since the Conflict 2011
Since the conflict had begin in 2011 the mainstream news outlets and their narrative view on Syria hasn't changed nor had they learned anything from the experience out of the conflict from Libya. While some news anchors had created their own propaganda agaisnt Syria.
CNN had posted several if not thousands of news articles regarding Syria and there plenty of the articles and CNN reports which raised questions. Since the conflict had started questions have raised on which FSA brigades are which thus far.
The Major Mainstream News Outlets have avoided on giving the American public and European public a list on showing the public which brigades are which, if they keep avoiding the list on which groups are which, therefore that means they are hiding something from the public and their audience.