Syria: President Bashar al-Assad is no puppet of the West

Posted: November 8, 2012 in Politics
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In this interview with Russia Today, the Syrian president al-Assad said that he is not going to leave Syria and that he will not leave Syria. Bashar al-Assad also mentioned the implications of the armed foreign intervention on Syria`s on-going internal conflict.

The Syrian president Bashar al-Assad said, for example, that Syria is the last stronghold of secularism and stability in this region of the Middle East and that there will probably be a domino effect that will affect the entire world from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

This is not contrast to what a lot of analysts and experts in Middle Eastern affairs have already explained in recent months. In addition, the implications on the rest of the world are already perceptibly and they will increase with a military intervention by NATO forces in Syria.


The Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad told RT in an exclusive interview that will air on this Friday (9 November) also, that he is no puppet and Russia Today used this statement to create the headline that the Syrian president said, that he is no puppet of the West. At least, the message of the headline is correct.

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad explained his statement about the fact that he is no puppet with the words that he was not made by the West to go to the West or to any other country. He further said that he is Syrian and was made in Syria, thus he has to live in Syria and also to die in Syria.

The problems in Syria are still there after 20 months and both sides are not able to reach an agreement that could lead to a decrease of the violence and terrorism within Syria.

After the last attempt(s) of a truce it is not far-fetched to say that the armed opposition forces and the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), as well as the other armed Islamist forces and mercenaries, are not interested in a ceasefire, truce or solutions that lead to a transition of this violent struggle into peaceful negotiations.

The Western-backed forces are not interested in a decrease of the terrorism and violence because such a decrease would not help them to reach their dubious goals. Not to mention that the majority within Syria still opposes this attempt of a regime change by force.

The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad also said in this interview with Russia Today, which will be broadcasted on this Friday, that he thinks that the West (NATO) will intervene in Syria, but if the West is using its NATO force for a military intervention, then nobody is able to tell what will happen next.

He further explained this by saying that the price of such a foreign military invasion of Syria is going to be more than the whole world would be able to afford. This is in line with the explanations of Middle East experts and other analysts of the affairs and policy in and with the Arab countries of the Middle East.

The full and latest interview with the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad about the current situation of his country Syria, the possibilities of a foreign military intervention in Syria by NATO forces and some topics around Syria as well as the Western interests in the downfall of the last resistance in the Middle East will be broadcasted by Russia Today (RT) this Friday, 9 November.

Source: RT

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Comments
  1. Old Fart says:

    Me thinks the same, that is, if the West (NATO) will intervene in Syria, and if the West is using its NATO force for a military intervention, then nobody is able to tell what will happen next.
    The west CAN-NOT and will NEVER EVER understand the complications in the ME and the rest of the world, Syria is the last stronghold of secularism and stability in this region of the Middle East and that there will probably be a domino effect that will affect the entire world from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

    Are we ready to learn from history for once ??? For god’s sakes only this time ??

    Well, if B.S is the west’s motto, they will sure get HELL.

    SHALOM 😀

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