The Statesman who can defeat ISIS and resolve the crisis

 H.E. President "Bashar al-Assad’s interview shows a statesman that can defeat ISIS and resolve Syrian crisis. Unfortunately western media will never admit this."

''There can be no doubt whatsoever that Assad and his military are currently the only force protecting the Syrian people from the medieval insanity and viciousness of the US funded and controlled ISIS monster….frankly, the man impresses me more and more.

The first thing which impressed me about him is that he simply makes sense.  No offense to anybody here, but most Arab leaders make no sense at all.  They are long on hyperbole and short on simple rational common sense.  But not Assad.  He clearly knows his stuff and he strikes me as a man who believes in what he is doing.  Of course, I am no mind reader and I cannot prove any of that, but this is the feeling I got while listening to him.

listening to him yesterday I came away with the feeling that the Assad of 2015 is not at all the Assad of a decade or so ago.  I get the feeling that this war profoundly changed him.

My third and last conjecture is about the change in Assad’s entourage.  Remember at the beginning of the war – there were all sorts of “regime officials”, including generals and ambassadors, who suddenly grew a “democratic conscience” and defected to the “Axis of Kindness”.  My guess is that all the CIA-paid scum which infested the Assad regime ran because they were convinced that Assad would be overthrown in a few months at most.  Except for Assad stayed and, amazingly, held the course even in the darkest of times.  I don’t know that for a fact, but I suspect that the quality of people in the immediate entourage of Assad must have dramatically changed for the better and that now he is surrounded by real patriots.

Another doubt which I used to have in the past was this: would Assad have the wisdom to listen to the Russians and the Iranians or is he a megalomaniac who will listen to nobody?  Clearly, listen he did.  Had he not,  the Russians would never commit their support the way they are doing now.  Sure, the Russians are not saying that Assad is indispensable, that it is for the Syrian people to decide, but that is also the politically correct way of backing Assad since they are convinced that the Syrians do want him.  Besides, what the Russians are really saying when they say that “it is for the Syrian people to decide” is that it is NOT for the “Friends of Syria” or any other part of the “Axis of Kindness” to decide.  In other words: screw you – US/NATO/EU/etc.  So for all the diplomatic circumlocutions about the future of Syria the reality is that Assad has the full backing of the Kremlin.

Finally, what I see is that the Russians are clearly “pushing” Assad towards the front stage again.  This is, I think, the real purpose of this interview: to promote Assad as a man who can negotiate, who will listen and who is above all a “principled pragmatist”.

Here is what I believe the Russians are doing now: they are using a multi-level strategy which combines some military aid with a flurry of diplomatic activity with all the key regional powers the main purpose of which is to convince as many leaders as possible that Assad now is undoubtedly part of any solution.  For the AngloZionists, this is absolute crimethink.  But for those looking at the nightmare created by Daesh and who now face the consequences of 4 years of AngloZionist support for Daesh, it will be become very difficult politically to remain so totally opposed to Assad as to not being willing to even talk to him.  Besides, no military effort against Daesh makes any sense at all unless it is coordinated with the Syrians.  What the USA and their puppets are doing right now is not only illegal, it is also totally ineffective.  Contrast that with the Russian position which aims at creating an anti-Daesh coalition which would be 100% legal (Syria, being a sovereign country, can invite anybody to help it) and effective (any air or missile strikes would be coordinated with Syrian ground operations).

Yesterday, listening to Assad, I felt that he was confident that eventually the US-induced insanity will stop and that most world leaders will come to their senses and realize that talking to Assad should not only an “option”, but the top priority for anybody sincerely interesting in stopping the Daesh rot before it threatens even more unspeakable horrors for the Middle-East and even beyond.

 By alexrpt @redpilltimes Sep 18, 2015

 

Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Ibrahim

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 President Al-Assad's Interview with Russian media   (March 27, 2015)

  President Bashar Al-Assad's Interview with Rossiya 24 TV channel, September 12, 2013

  Bashar Al_Assad - PRESIDENT ASSAD'S RUSSIAN TV INTERVIEW (May 16, 2012)

 PRESIDENT ASSAD/ RUSSIAN TV INTERVIEW (December 12, 2005)

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I dare any….

 

"LORD, but I am weary of the constant slander, demonizing, frame-jobs against these two: the President and First Lady of Syria, Dr. Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma . I dare any pundit - any politician - any opinion writer who has never led anyone in anything - to do as excellent a job of leading a complex society through a malignant war on its sovereignty, its people, its goodness as this President has done.

Shame on the west - as VA Senator Richard Black (a big supporter of Assad's) said a few days ago about our manipulations of the Middle East, "This is the darkest time in the history of American foreign policy." And that is saying a lot.."

Janice Kortkamp, September 9, 2015,USA.

 

They Said About The President

 

 

 

the key role

 

“Iran highly appreciates the key role of President Bashar Al-Assad in preserving national unity in Syria and in fighting terrorism, in addition to his wise leadership that guaranteed Syria’s safety from the several crises that targeted the country,"

Hossein Amir Abdollahian, September 3, 2015.

The Middle East states should pray for Al-Assad

  Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries should understand that, if Syrian leader Bashar Al-Assad's regime collapses, the terrorist group Islamic State will come after them, Russian Security Council Deputy Secretary Yevgeny Lukyanov said.

"The states of this region, like Saudi Arabia, Gulf countries, and perhaps some others, should pray for Bashar al-Assad. This is the last security line for them," Lukyanov told journalists on Wednesday, according to Interfax News Agency .

"If Assad's regime collapses, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries will be the next targets for the IS," he said.

"There are some 5,000 of the Saudi king's subjects fighting for the IS. Where will they return when the active phase of the confrontation comes to an end there?" Lukyanov said.

M. A.

 

 

 

extremely polite

 " I will continue having very important discussions with President Bashar al-Assad because he is part also of the solution.  President Bashar al-Assad must be part of the solution for easing violence in Syria, and he would continue discussions with him after talks in Damascus earlier this week."

Staffan De Mistura, the UN envoy to Syria, February 2015

  "President Bashar al-Assad looks remarkably relaxed for a man who has been at the centre of the catastrophe that has hit Syria in the last four years.

He is extremely polite, and smiles quite a lot.

But when it comes to defending his record, or the conduct of the Syrian armed forces, he is firm.

He repeated more than once, in different ways, during an interview lasting almost half an hour that as president he has been nothing more than a patriot, fighting to save his country from disaster.

War, he accepted, caused casualties. But Syrian soldiers, also patriots, would, he says, never harm their own people deliberately, as a matter of policy."

Jeremy Bowen, the BBC reporter, February 2015.

 

 "Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “protected the Christians in Syria.”

 

US President Barrack Obama, September 12, 2014