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For 'Arrogant' American, the Game in Syria is Over (Thawra Al-Wada, Syria)


Has the United States 'manufactured' the Syrian opposition coalition - and is Washington preventing discussion in Geneva about eliminating the terrorists among that opposition coalition? This editorial from Syria's state-run Thawra Al-Wada urges the United States to see the writing in the wall about its policies in the region, which it calls 'catastrophic.'




Translated By Lina Barakat-Masroujeh


February 19, 2014


Syria - Thawra Al-Wada - Original Article (Arabic)

An Assad supporter in Damascus, Feb. 19. The media war over Syria is just as ferocious in its own way as the fighting on the ground. The ugly truth is, with the infiltration of the Syria opposition coalition with al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists, most well-informed observers prefer Bashar al-Assad to the available alternatives.


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The Golan Heights are part of the sacred Syrian homeland … it was and will so. Sooner or later reunion is inevitable, as is the demise of the Israeli occupation, annexations and imposed [Israeli] identity, which is invalid and worthless.


This is asserted by Syria, confirmed by International resolutions, and affirmed every single day, including days that mark the 32nd anniversary of the open general strike against the occupation and its practices, by our people in the occupied Golan. Despite the haggling at Geneva II by those who manufactured the [opposition Syrian] Doha Delegation, who sought hinder and foil the international conference, the unwavering nationalist determination of Syrians and the Syrian delegation never succumbed to these attempts to undermine or obstruct - even as the entire American administration and Zionized West met behind closed doors with the mercenaries and puppets of the coalition.


True, there has been no progress achieved at any level by the Geneva rounds; true, Lakhdar Brahimi conduct as U.N. mediator cannot be considered "fair and impartial" as an international mediator ought to be. However, what these past two rounds have clearly shown is that the [opposition] coalition of Doha isn't interested in the topics discussed there, or anywhere, for that matter, except for the topics it has been indoctrinated to talk about, specifically those relating to the “regime” and a “transitional government,” while its [American] master tries to offer support by politicizing the humanitarian issue, fancying the idea that it could serve as a bridge back to the United Nations Security Council.


[U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief] Valerie Amos is moving in the same direction, maneuvering acrobatically, subtly, and undetectably - or so the Americans believe. In fact, her moves are sluggish, blatant, and absurd. In the meantime, Brahimi has refrained from setting a date for the next round of talks, under the pretext that he needs to consult with [U.N. Secretary General] Ban Ki-moon, thinking that alluding to a return to the Security Council would put pressure on Syria to change its position or priorities. He appears to have forgotten that Syria has always acted in the spirit of clear, untainted, and consistent patriotism, even when faced with the heaviest pressure and threats of aggression. Yet Syria has never altered its position, tone of voice, or assertion of righteousness.


One cannot overlook his statement related to fighting terrorism. Nor would any political process or talks have meaning without an agreement first to develop a mechanism for stopping terrorism, drying up its Wahhabi support, and holding its supporters, financiers and sponsors accountable. Any Western agenda that certain parties seek to impose on the Geneva talks will continue to be rejected. The American, before anyone else, must understand that attempts to undermine the resolution of Geneva I are doomed to fail. Likewise, all attempts to politicize the humanitarian situation will inevitably fail, which is evident in the failure to exploit the lie of chemical weapons.


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The game is over - and the arrogant American has to understand it's over. No longer will he be allowed to even consider repeating scenarios similar to those so viciously realized in Yemen, Libya, Tunisia and Egypt. Starting now, he will have to come to terms with the catastrophic mistakes he has committed and the reckless policies he has followed in the region and the world. Let him observe well the events in these countries and become aware of the undeniable facts.

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There is no alternative to a political solution ... that is the correct conclusion reached by the troika in Geneva on Feb. 12. That by no means implies that the Syrian Arab Army, supported by the steadfast Syrian people, will forsake their most sacred patriotic roles on the battlefield and on the ground within the context of their war to expel terrorism and national reconciliation.



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Posted By Worldmeets.US Feb. 19, 2014, 9:19pm