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Middle Eastern monarchies want to teach democracy

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Middle Eastern monarchies want to teach democracy


In recent days news from the blazing Gaza, news from Syria has been eclipsed in all media, but this does not mean that the aggressors are changing their plans against its people and the legitimate government. Western countries and their Middle Eastern puppets continue their dirty game and behind the scenes develop a plan for the supply of heavy weapons and air defense to the militants of the so-called "opposition".

At this time, tormented by "democratizers" Syria finds in itself mental strength in order to show solidarity with the Palestinian people in Gaza. ATS MFA and the People’s Council deputies condemned the airstrikes against civilians. But not only the authorities express solidarity, but also ordinary citizens. In Damascus, a demonstration took place near the UN office in which about a thousand citizens took part, mainly students of one of the largest educational institutions in the Middle East - the University of Damascus, as well as Syrians, and representatives of Arab youth from other countries who study at this university. Young people chanted slogans in support of the Arab brothers. Many protesters noted that the terrorist attack against Syria and the bombing of Gaza are links in one chain, the implementation of the same colonial plan for the entire region.

But some still blame Damascus for allegedly not having the freedom to demonstrate there! But in Bahrain, the authorities banned all demonstrations, including solidarity with the Palestinians. But Bahrain is not yet listed on the world arena for “democratization”. On the contrary, he is one of the states that constantly vote at meetings of the Arab League for the adoption of all anti-Syrian decisions. And this position is far from being taken by Bahrain alone.

The situation is absurd - the Middle Eastern monarchies assume the hitherto unknown right to try to bring "democracy" to a country where there is both the Constitution, the parliament, and parties, and freedom of assembly.

Qatar is particularly keen to excel. It is not by chance that another opposition coalition was created in Doha, which was called in Syria - the Qatari coalition. And while Russia, China, Iran and other sensible countries, as well as the UN special envoy to Syria, Lakhdar Al-Ibrahimi, are trying to “build bridges” for negotiations and a peaceful settlement of the crisis - at this time, completely opposite statements are heard from Doha - that escalation of the conflict, negotiations are unacceptable, and the “opposition” weapons - so far these tons, which go through the Syrian-Turkish border, as well as smuggling trails through the Lebanese-Syrian and Jordanian-Syrian borders, are not enough for them. Little and blood that they shed.

17 November was another terrorist attack in the capital suburb of Jaraman, which killed 6 people. 18 November was fired upon the Damascus Mezze district. Several people were injured, two of whom are hard ... In Aleppo, a suicide bomber set up an explosion near the hospital - one person was killed, more than ten were injured.

And if now, people are dying every day from weapons supplied by the Syrian “opposition”, every day someone loses loved ones, someone becomes disabled, someone loses housing and property, what will happen when the West and Middle Eastern monarchies, above all Qatar and Saudi Arabia, will start delivering more weapons in the name of democracy and openly do it?

In Doha, those who for years, or even decades, were not in Syria, did not communicate with its people, did not share their joys and sorrows with them, and wished for power on some unknown basis. Those who are indifferent to the tears of Syrians, who are indifferent to the wounds of children and the tears of mothers gathered in Doha. In Doha, those who want to increase terrorist activities have gathered, saying that terrorists must fight to victory, and without thinking - can terrorists have a victory?

No one from the national opposition of Syria was invited to this gathering - people who are engaged in political activities inside the country, who have claims to the authorities, but who do not want foreign intervention, do not want their homeland to be tormented by Western weapons and their fate was decided in Qatar.

And this opposition, nevertheless, declares itself. And moreover, quite legally. On November 17, representatives of the national opposition held a press conference in Damascus. And this is under the “dictatorial” “mode”! I wonder when the last time a press conference of the opposition took place in Qatar or Saudi Arabia, allegedly fighting for the rights of peoples?

The press conference was held on the eve of the National Dialogue Forum. Participants in the opposition National Democratic bloc stressed that they are categorically against any foreign intervention, and only the Syrian people can decide the fate of Syria. It is for this position that these oppositionists are not invited to Doha, they do not distribute grants to them, and they do not accept them in world capitals. The West and its puppets need a completely different opposition - submissive, controlled, calling for foreign intervention.

And on November 19 a forum of national dialogue opened in Tehran. Representatives from both the Syrian government and the national opposition take part in it. Iran put forward this peace initiative and provided its territory so that the Syrians could get together and try to peacefully resolve all contradictions. From the government’s part, Ali Haydar, the Minister of National Reconciliation, takes part in the forum. He is an opposition member who participated in the elections and entered the government after the elections. Let me remind you that he paid a heavy price for his constructive position - the radical “oppositionists” killed his son.

So now there are two oppositions. One is a puppet, subordinate to Qatar and personally to Mrs. Clinton, who gathered in Doha and signed the coalition creation agreement on November 11. The other is independent, which does not want to engage in terrorism, recognizes the right of the Syrians themselves to decide their fate and does not call on NATO bombs on the heads of compatriots under the pretext of creating a “no-fly zone”. One does not consider any international law, the other intends to act in accordance with the Geneva communique and the decisions of the UN Security Council. One gets everything from the West, the other is completely ignored. One enjoys the patronage of the monarchies of the Gulf - representatives of the other are not invited to Doha and never will be invited. They do not need opposition, and thugs. There, directors and patrons are not worried about the fate of the Syrian people, but are interested in the division of Syria and the further escalation of the conflict.

But when it is necessary to show Arab solidarity - these kings of the Gulf are blown away by the wind. At a meeting of the Arab League, which met to discuss the situation in the Gaza Strip, Qatar’s Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim self-deprecatingly stated: “Israel is not wolves, but we are sheep”, evading solidarity with the Arab brothers in Gaza under this pretext.

The Iranian agency Faris noticed a very interesting detail - it turns out that when the emir of Qatar, Hamad At-Tani, recently visited the Gaza Strip, he presented some symbolic gifts to some Hamas leaders. And somehow suspiciously it was after this visit that the actions of Israel began.

Somehow, the Israeli intelligence services became aware of the movements of the leaders of the military wing of Hamas. Is it not a Qatari gift?

And while Israel is bombing the Gaza Strip, Qatari mercenaries from the so-called “opposition” once again bombarded the Palestinian Yarmuk refugee camp in Damascus, in punishment for the fact that its inhabitants do not join their “struggle” for which "Democracy".
When Qatar wants it, it willingly turns into a "wolf." Although, probably, the wolf does not pull, rather, in a jackal. Look like he and his hirelings jackals in Syria! But when solidarity is needed in the entire Arab world, he immediately pretends to be a sheep. Such a zoo ...

And sitting in Qatar will teach someone democracy?
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  1. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 20 November 2012 08: 40
    +4
    Middle Eastern monarchies want to teach democracy. Another mongrel USA has become a lot of men! Well this is for the time being!
    1. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 20 November 2012 09: 05
      +9
      Yes, what a mongrel there, Qatar is a barking mouse in the service of the State Department.
      Mongrels such as Saudi Arabia and others can survive even a kick under the buttocks, otherwise a geographical misunderstanding emits miasma exactly before the arrival of one normal bomber.
      The funniest thing about this absurdity is how the observers support the universal democratic values ​​of the Urdalaks in whose countries, as such, the concept of human rights is absent and where for a "wrong" worldview they will cut off your head in the central square without further ado ... or some other entertainment will come up with.
      1. Dr. Pilyulkin
        Dr. Pilyulkin 20 November 2012 09: 56
        +14
        I thought that Qatar is a tube that is inserted into the bladder, but no, look, this country.
        wassat laughing
        1. View
          View 20 November 2012 14: 33
          +2
          if you joke on medical topics, then Qatar is such a disease. A catheter is inserted into the bladder. Your cap!
      2. Rowicz
        Rowicz 21 November 2012 07: 04
        +1
        People, what is there to be surprised at, as long as these regimes act in the interests of "democratic" countries, they can do whatever they want.
        This is completely consistent with the position expressed by one of the presidents about Samos ...... I can’t vouch for accuracy, but the meaning is ...... Samos is a son of a bitch, but this is OUR son of a bitch.
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 20 November 2012 14: 43
      +10
      Quote: tronin.maxim
      Middle Eastern monarchies want to teach democracy. Another mongrel USA has become a lot of men! Well this is for the time being!


      All according to instructions elder brother of a paired democrat

      I watch a story about Beni Walid on the air, and then one important employee of one important embassy comes to me for coffee and, as usual, we began to argue with him.
      “You have less and less democracy,” he tells me. –– Laws were adopted against the normal political process; there is no truth in the media.
      “It’s not all so chocolate with you,” I reply. –– There you have taken the presidential candidate from the third party arrested.
      “It cannot be,” he says. -- I did not hear.
      “That's why I didn’t hear it,” I insist, “there is no truth in your media.”
      “And why were you arrested?”
      “Because she brought food to protesters against the construction of the pipeline.” She runs from environmentalists. If we had arrested a presidential candidate, everyone would have shown it.
      “Yes,” the employee insists. “But no one knows her, this arrested ecologist.”
      - That's why they don’t know that they don’t show.
      “This is a moot point,” he answers. –– But why did you publish a report about what the wrong elections are?
      - Why have you criticized our elections all these years? –– I ask.
      - So it's not just us. There are international observers.
      “Those same international observers who have just been banned from observing in Texas?” –– I ask.

      “Ah, you know about that, right?” –– The employee asks disappointedly, but then continues the offensive. –– Our political system is competitive. And how long do you think Putin will last?
      “I think for a long time,” I answer. –– And who will win, Putin or Medvedev? I mean, Romney or Obama?
      “One of two,” the employee jokes.
      - The clear sea, which is one of two. Your competitive political system does not allow anyone to the third to real politics.
      “Do you really think that you have more democracy than ours?” –– the employee is furious.
      “Of course not,” I reply. –– I think that we have no democracy. But you do not have it either, and you have no moral right to teach the rest of the world.
      - The government does not command our media in its interests.
      - Your media is commanded by corporations in their interests.
      - Not true! Our media speaks only the truth and to the extent that meets the interests of educating the audience.
      “Well, fine,” I say. –– I convinced you. Tell me, then, what do you think of Beni Walid?
      - Beni Walid? And who is it? –– An important employee of an important embassy tells me. Well, I could not find what to answer.


      Margarita Simonyan
      chief editor of Russia today
      Original record: http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2061061
      1. bart74
        bart74 20 November 2012 18: 28
        +2
        Yes, about their vaunted shit democracy, we suddenly realized. Oh, why didn’t anyone guess Gorbi and Yeltsinenok hang on the first birch? You look and would live very differently.
    3. Kaa
      Kaa 20 November 2012 19: 11
      +5
      Quote: tronin.maxim
      Middle Eastern monarchies want to teach democracy.

      And what is surprising? In the Roman Empire, too ... the Senate was, the sprouts of democracy, so to speak ... under the slave system. And in small Britain (a model of crap with "centuries-old traditions") - is still a monarchy. So soon, the United States will come up with a democratic monarchy with slavery, and the "independent media" will explain to the whole world that this is how the founding fathers intended it all from the very beginning. ... go sir!
  2. Blackscorp
    Blackscorp 20 November 2012 08: 53
    +3
    What a disgusting erosion!
    1. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 20 November 2012 09: 50
      +4
      Quote: BlackScorp
      What a disgusting erosion!

      laughing Ay-yay on you, how can I say so about the true face of the Middle Eastern shit laughing Well right there is no Madame Hiloy Clitors on you laughing
  3. borisst64
    borisst64 20 November 2012 08: 53
    0
    November 18, Israel shelled the territory of Syria. Apparently for solidarity with Palestine.
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 20 November 2012 12: 10
      +2
      Quote: borisst64
      November 18, Israel shelled the territory of Syria

      I have not seen in the news, even Syria itself is silent about this.

      Syria News "November 19, 2012"

      1. SSR
        SSR 20 November 2012 13: 49
        +1
        Thank you!
        PS.
        A female voice correctly pronounces the names of settlements. The names
        More precisely, it says cleaner than in Russian))) I see for a long time already lives there))
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 20 November 2012 14: 53
          +4
          Quote: SSR
          A female voice correctly pronounces the names of settlements. The names
          More precisely, it says cleaner than in Russian))) I see for a long time already lives there))


          Judging by her appearance, she is a native Syrian (Syrian citizen)
          1. SSR
            SSR 21 November 2012 13: 49
            0
            Quote: Ascetic
            Judging by her appearance, she is a native Syrian (Syrian citizen)

            ))) that’s why I said about the voice)) the pictures do not match, let's say speech and lip movement)))
    2. mikula
      mikula 20 November 2012 14: 12
      -2
      borisst64- November 18, Israel shelled the territory of Syria. Apparently for solidarity with Palestine.

      Actually, in response to the shelling of Israel. But you do not care - you write about what you want to hear - isn't it?
  4. webdog
    webdog 20 November 2012 09: 33
    +6
    the most dangerous thing is that everything is now ready for a full-scale invasion at the request of the "government in exile."
    and if Russia gets involved, then this is a war. and it must be fought. you won’t get anywhere, otherwise they will spit on us further. need a complete victory. a draw doesn’t suit us unambiguously! at the same time to test new technology and real exercises for raising the combat readiness of the army ...
    1. Goodmen
      Goodmen 20 November 2012 11: 22
      +5
      It’s necessary to fight ... only wisely! Provide fire support from the air and sea. I do not consider it possible to get involved in a ground operation. With competent intelligence (the Syrian army naturally) and sane leadership (where you can only get it after all the purges in the army), it is possible to achieve good results and avoid the losses that are inevitable during the ground operation. NATs all sorts of things ... to sniff at us in this situation. They themselves do not need a third world. They bomb and we bomb. S-300 / S-400 and bombing them in a month or two will be stupidly nothing. They will introduce troops, we will bomb so that they withdraw troops. The fleet will be pulled up - we’ll sink the fuck. We now need to conclude an act of military support with Syria ... trilateral, China should still be pulled there. THERE WILL STELL RISE !!! And in the end, there will be no interference.
      1. webdog
        webdog 20 November 2012 12: 02
        +3
        a lot of things in the world depend on this conflict. everyone has nerves to the limit. if everything was so simple, then long ago the troops have already entered from Russia and an agreement on military support was concluded, but not so simple ...
        all operations vseravno end with the introduction of ground forces, nothing more effective for stripping has not yet been invented. better TANKS)))))))
        in any war they lose everything. and the one who lost and the one who won. but worst of all, do nothing. Russian leadership should think and think fast. there is very little time left ...
        1. Mavsik
          Mavsik 20 November 2012 13: 59
          +1
          "... in any war they lose everything ..." - well, don't tell me - who is the war, and who is his mother. America after the Second World War only remained in positive territory.
      2. Akhtuba73
        Akhtuba73 20 November 2012 17: 59
        +1
        Goodmen,
        Damn attractive !! A couple of questions, if I may. I have read more than once in comments (mainly on the fantasy theme of a direct armed conflict between Syria and the "democratizing" countries) that as soon as a fight with fists starts and the first coffins go to Europe and America, the thin capitalist vein will tremble and they will fight little further. With the option of our direct participation, this share (to meet the coffins, God forbid!) Will certainly touch you and me.
        1. Are we ready for this?
        2. Remembering Afghanistan, as some now speak about short-sighted then politicians and generals who sent to death .... etc. etc. ... who the hell was he needed ... they died for nothing ... And what will they say about Syria? And then they will forget what is happening now.
      3. Rowicz
        Rowicz 21 November 2012 07: 15
        +2
        Under the pretext of protecting their citizens and protecting the naval base and at the request of the Syrian Government, it is possible to send troops, namely air defense and coastal complexes
    2. Mavsik
      Mavsik 20 November 2012 13: 55
      +4
      Everything will be ready for a full-scale invasion when the air defense system is suppressed. Only the air defense system, which Assad was actively purchasing, is saving Syria so far.
      1. Beck
        Beck 21 November 2012 14: 30
        -2
        Quote: Rowicz
        Under the pretext of protecting their citizens and protecting the naval base and at the request of the Syrian Government, it is possible to send troops, namely air defense and coastal complexes


        Quote: Mavsik
        Everything will be ready for a full-scale invasion when the air defense system is suppressed. Only the air defense system, which Assad was actively purchasing, is saving Syria so far.


        What is the reason for this reasoning? If you protect the homeland, it’s holy.

        Well, that’s why you need to receive from Syria, with the bodies of the murdered Russian guys, for the non-Russian uncle Assad, for the sake of his retention of dictatorial power, coffins, cargo 200. That Afghanistan was not enough for you, when for some uncle Babrak Karmal, Russia received 13 thousand coffins.

        Do you want more? Well, well, come on. Only be the first to go to Syria to cover Assad with your breasts, if you do not mind the tears of your near and dear ones.

        Assad is not worth a single life of a Russian guy. And Assad is not worth a single tear of a Russian mother.
        1. knn54
          knn54 21 November 2012 15: 45
          +1
          And if the Americans entered Afghanistan in 1979, things could have been much worse. And to stay away, we come to the situation of 1941, but practically without a single ally, and most importantly, without a leader ...
          1. Akhtuba73
            Akhtuba73 21 November 2012 16: 02
            +1
            Here I am about that! The analyst of the situation dictates his decisions at that moment. But what happens next? As if everyone had forgotten! I don't think the entry into Afghanistan was a whim (as some imagine). Serious foreign policy act. Are analogies possible in the case of Syria? It’s easy ... if "double pluralism" triumphs (if only to a stump !!!) Topic to the leader ...
  5. valokordin
    valokordin 20 November 2012 10: 22
    +5
    Elena is a big plus and a big minus to you, Russia, which is openly afraid to defend Assad. The paddlers and Tommy are not shy about doing this and we hide our heads in the sand.
  6. Averias
    Averias 20 November 2012 11: 23
    +5
    The idea of ​​what the REN-TV channel (Prokopenko and Anna Chapman), the world elites, the world government, the Masons, the Committee of 300, and so on and so on, is broadcasting has settled in Qatari minds. There is a lot of money in Qatar, but unfortunately this money cannot buy intelligence, whatever one may say. And if you recall the oriental tales about the greedy and corrupt viziers, about the greedy usurers, about the stupid things they did (Haja Nasreddin makes fun of this), pettiness of views and absurd ambition - all this very eloquently characterizes the Arab League and Qatar in addition. They want to rule and own everything without separate, no matter how, no matter that they are not allowed to. The most important thing is that they have money, a lot of money. There is only one thing that the fools do not understand, the European financial elites will not let them in, keep them on a leash - yes. But "fraternizing" is not. Here racism (and what to do with it) will not allow. They will still be the countries (people) of the 3 world. They will not become more equal.
  7. IRBIS
    IRBIS 20 November 2012 12: 56
    -1
    In principle, everything is correct. There is one "but". It is not at all profitable for Israel to split Syria into a bunch of Islamic dwarf states. Therefore, Israel initially distanced itself from the conflict in Syria, understanding what the change of power there to radical Islam could lead to. By and large, the conflict with the Palestinians even plays into the hands of the Syrians, it pulls off part of the militant forces, distracts the purchased LAS from their country and sends a signal to Turkey that Israel is against attempts to create a caliphate under its leadership.
    1. Light source
      Light source 20 November 2012 21: 06
      +1
      But I think that Israel and its allies benefit from the fragmentation of Syria. After all, dealing with a handful of small countries is easier; it is from such countries that vassals are made. It is possible that in Gaza they are clearing out those who support Assad.

      There is one more assumption. Gaddafi transferred part of his weapons to the Palestinians, so that they could avenge at least someone. Assad can do the same when he realizes that he has lost. Only here the Syrians are not rockets, but chemistry.
  8. cool.ya-nikola
    cool.ya-nikola 20 November 2012 12: 58
    +4
    Elena Gromova, many thanks for the article and no less tremendous PLUS!
    Although, probably, the wolf does not pull, rather, in a jackal

    So, and who understands democracy if not the sultans, sheikhs and hereditary jackals (sorry!) princes!
    Quote: Dr. Pillkin
    I thought that Qatar is a tube that is inserted into the bladder, but no, look, this country.

    Sorry, colleague, Qatar is still the upper respiratory tract!
    Quote: Averias
    about what the REN-TV channel is broadcasting about

    You have touched upon a very sensitive topic worthy of a separate discussion - the REN-TV channel! This phenomenon is clearly unique (in my unenlightened view), it is the only TV channel where the highly moral and highly ethical Maksimovskaya and Osokin coexist in a hilarious way and the broadcast of outright porn under the bashful title "Sessions for Adults"! And although I personally have long been a big boy and far from being a prude, I want you guys to decide! As they used to say in Russia - "You either take off the cross, or put on your pants!"
  9. mikula
    mikula 20 November 2012 13: 19
    -13
    The author is Elena Gromova, Damascus - that the aggressors are changing their plans against her people and the legitimate government. !!

    Madam Elena Gromova - do not mind working to explain how the Syrian dictator who received power from the hands of his father can be considered legitimate authority. If Syria is a hereditary monarchy, then enlighten us. According to the latest information, it’s still a republic and they should choose a president there. Or do you mark the place of the local queen - then your sense of the legitimacy of that power is clear.
    Sorry if I offended you, but you look so cute on your nickname next to the DICTOR.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 14: 05
      +8
      Quote: mikula
      Madam Elena Gromova - do not mind working to explain how a Syrian dictator who received power from his father’s hands can be considered legitimate authority

      But how can there be legal authority, freaks appointed and living all their lives outside Syria? What do they have to do with the Syrian people? The Syrians did not choose them. !!! Hypocrites hypocrites and liars are democratic. You will get a minus.
      1. mikula
        mikula 20 November 2012 14: 42
        -6
        Alexander Romanov - And how can it be legal authority,

        Sasha, did you see in my post a rebuttal to those freaks that are eager for power? I just wanted to point out that a lie, even for a lofty purpose, remains a lie. After all, you did not refute my thesis. You answered in style - the fool himself. But unfortunately, this does not add legitimacy to Comrade Assad (Jr.).
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 15: 14
          +9
          Quote: mikula
          After all, you did not refute my thesis.

          And why, I know how he came to power.
          Quote: mikula
          You answered in style - yourself

          Well something like that.
          Quote: mikula
          But unfortunately, this does not add legitimacy to Comrade Assad (Jr.).

          Whether it is legitimate or not, this should be decided by the Syrian people, not the politicians of NATO countries. And by the way, that opposition doesn’t even have a grain of legitimacy, but despite this, the EU and the USA recognize it. This is not even double standards, it is frank hypocrisy.
        2. Botanologist
          Botanologist 20 November 2012 20: 39
          +4
          I just wanted to point out that a lie, even for a lofty purpose, remains a lie.

          You minus (-). You are completely unaware of the subject that you undertook to discuss so lightly.

          The Republic (lat. Res publica, “common cause”) is a form of government in which all the highest bodies of state power are either elected or formed by national representative institutions (for example, parliaments), and citizens have personal and political rights. The main difference in the management of the republican state from other types of states is the presence of a law (code, constitution, etc.), to which all residents of the country must obey, regardless of their social situation.

          Now I am waiting for evidence from you that there are no laws in Syria.
          1. mikula
            mikula 20 November 2012 21: 29
            -1
            Botanologist- You are completely unaware of the subject that you undertook to discuss so lightly.

            Well, you are our clever one - if you follow your reasoning, then Nicholas II - ruled the republic and was the president - after all, his father transferred power to him. So which of us is a fool. Or are you preparing to legitimize the rule of the Putin family like Syria. Indeed, in your opinion, this is legal and republican. And by the way, all the same, try to indicate the law on the basis of which Assad the Younger is a legitimate ruler. After all, you're a nerd.
            1. Botanologist
              Botanologist 20 November 2012 22: 02
              +3
              Do not distort. Nicholas II was a monarch, and only under the pressure of strikes did he begin to transform Russia into a constitutional monarchy (an intermediate stage of state reform). But in Russia under early Nicholas there were no elected bodies (as in European monarchies), although parliaments were already in full session.

              It is you who confuse the republican system with democracy on the model that seems right to you. But this is an illusion - there are many forms of government.

              I wrote to you only because everything in your head was mixed up - from Assad’s non-election, you derive an excuse for aggression in the country. In France, governors are also appointed - and what, you get to fight?

              Try to indicate the law on the basis of which Assad Jr. is a legitimate ruler

              I am not strong in Syrian law, but I believe that Assad’s status is legally stipulated.
              You, I believe, do not want to know this, but justify the possibility of the overthrow of Assad and the massacre in Syria. Here I am not your assistant - there is no excuse for supporting bandits and religious fanatics.
              1. mikula
                mikula 20 November 2012 22: 57
                -3
                Nerd - Do not distort.

                Nice people, you are not only not strong in the law, you are not strong in the history of Syria. So here is the information for consideration.
                The Ba'ath Party came to power in Syria as a result of the coup. At this time, Assad Sr. was number two in the government. But as often happens with the Arabs, number two stabbed number one and took his place. After this, after spending 30 years, he wanted to transfer power to his eldest son, but he died and Bashar had to transfer power to the younger Assad. Well, where in what place is Syrian law here. I think that you don’t even need to know him for an answer, much less distort it.
        3. Dimon Lviv
          Dimon Lviv 20 November 2012 21: 25
          +3
          Assad is completely legitimate. But even if this is not the case, it is an INTERNAL AFFAIR OF SYRIA, in which NO ONE COUNTRY OR ORGANIZATION HAS NO RIGHT TO INTERFER.
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 20 November 2012 15: 07
      +9
      Quote: mikula
      how a Syrian dictator who received power from his father’s hands can be considered legal power. If Syria is a hereditary monarchy, then enlighten us.


      If Assad got power from the hands of his father, before the president of the United States gets it from the hands of world corporations and financial elites through the so-called elections, with indirect indirect and non-universal voting. And here and there, power is considered legal, as well as in the monarchical countries of the Persian Gulf.
      Moreover, representatives of the most legitimate democracy do not hide that they will help armed gangs to overthrow the government of the legally elected President Assad suddenly, with a wave of a magic wand, became illegitimate, dictatorial, and undemocratic

      I recall the statement of H. Clinton
      I think that there may start a civil war between government forces and the opposition, which will have a clear goal, will be well armed and well sponsored. "

      here

      The most democratic and legitimate US regime, together with the legitimate and democratic monarchical regimes of Saudi Arabia and Qatar, helps freedom fighters against the tyrant and dictator Assad, As my regiment commander once said
      In peacetime, this causes bewilderment, and in a war panic
      1. mikula
        mikula 20 November 2012 15: 36
        -7
        Ascetic - If Assad received power from the hands of his father, then the US president gets it from the hands of world corporations ..... they will help ... to overthrow the government of the legally elected President Assad.


        Hello - people are you kidding me? I have one request for current - explain on the basis of what exists - the government of the legally elected President Assad. And here is the United States. I understand that when there is nothing to say on the topic, different nonsense is used. But if there is nothing to answer on the merits, then it is better to humbly put your minus and keep silent. Better yet, preserve your eloquence for the moment when the GDP declares the next ruler of Russia - his wife is the daughter of a son-in-law or grandson. Then prove that this is right and legitimate!
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 16: 03
          +5
          Quote: mikula
          I have one request for current - explain on the basis of what exists - the government of the legally elected President Assad.

          On the equipment of which there is power in S. Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain. The countries are different and if you do not like the system existing in Syria, this does not mean that the United States can interfere in the internal affairs of an independent country.
          1. mikula
            mikula 20 November 2012 16: 55
            -3
            Alexander Romanov, and if you do not like the existing system in Syria.

            Sasha, I did not say a word about my attitude to the ranks in Syria. For me, Mubarak and Assad are better than Islamic fascists. I was hurt by the author who denies my right to exist (not legitimately). But then Assad sang the praises of legality. That’s the whole story.
            1. Botanologist
              Botanologist 20 November 2012 20: 56
              +3
              I was hurt by the author who denies my right to exist (not legitimately).

              Relax for now. Your right to exist does not depend on your opinion, but on how quickly Iran makes an atomic bomb.
              yes (Angry me).
              1. mikula
                mikula 20 November 2012 22: 35
                -1
                Botanologist - how quickly Iran will make an atomic bomb.

                Well, tell our angry you - can you be called a reasonable sapiens. Just think at your leisure over such a thing - yes it will be enough for Iran to detonate a couple of three bombs (atomic) and enough for Israel. But when the return goes, it will not seem a little to anyone. According to the most conservative estimates, Israel has 200-300 nuclear warheads and 20-60 thermonuclear ones. You don’t think that Israel can beautifully leave like that grandmother from a joke. And to build a nuclear desert from Gibraaltar to Khingan we are quite capable. And then the metro 2033 can become a reality. So I would not be in your place, with such enthusiasm, to expect the creation of a bomb by Iran, for they are fanatics and will certainly try to implement such a variant of events in the hope that Allah will cover them - that hope, as I hope you understand, is less than nothing.
                1. Botanologist
                  Botanologist 20 November 2012 22: 47
                  +1
                  And to build a nuclear desert from Gibraaltar to Khingan we are quite capable.

                  Well, good luck. I hope this will at least comfort you? Or you get the right to say - "yes, everyone died, but Assad was wrong!"
                  So what?
                2. Town Guard
                  Town Guard 21 November 2012 11: 13
                  +1
                  mikula,
                  Quote: mikula
                  because they are fanatics and will certainly try to implement this option

                  Strange - so far I have not heard that Iran is threatening anyone. But Israel constantly not only threatens, but also arranges raids on neighboring countries. There is truth 1 moment - that M. Ahmadinejad allegedly promised to "wipe Israel off the face of the earth", but I know that this is a free translation of his speech by the Western media - so that there was a reason to accuse Iran of aggressiveness. As well as the "testament of Peter 1" - when Napoleon was about to go to Russia, he made public "wonderfully survivors from nowhere "documents, the so-called" testament of Peter 1 "- the order to go and conquer Europe.
                  Another moment is about fanatics. Something I have not heard about the real actions of Iran to restore Islamic order everywhere, so this is just your imagination to justify the aggressiveness of the Israeli military. Iran rather resembles the USSR with the victorious Stalin, when he defeated the Trotskyists and decided not to arrange a world revolution, but to build life in his country. Iran, although it carried out the Islamic revolution, is also not going to kindle a global fire. But Western globalists are not without success and more than once export revolutions and instability to a considerable number of countries. More about the fanatics - I'm not sure that the Zionists are less dangerous than the Islamic revolution in Iran - they are even more dangerous. I will explain why. Even if Islam conquers hypothetically all over the world, it means only life according to the Sharia law - a strict life, without democratic debauchery and permissiveness. And if the Zionists win, this will not mean the supremacy of any law, but the slavery of all non-Jews. under Sharia law there will be certain laws that will govern justice, and under Zionist rule, it will not be the law that will prevail, but the whims and interests of the Zionist gentlemen.
                  1. mikula
                    mikula 21 November 2012 11: 48
                    0
                    Guardian of the city - Strange - so far I have not heard that Iran threatened anyone.

                    It's not my fault that you have such a selective hearing. Order a collection of selected speeches by the Iranian leadership at home and carefully study it.
                    1. Town Guard
                      Town Guard 21 November 2012 21: 59
                      +1
                      Quote: mikula
                      It's not my fault that you have such a selective hearing.

                      You are clearly distorting - I have already explained why this translation is fake. Listen only to Zionist propaganda. I have already said that these words are attributed to MA - no more than a bug.
                      This is just a free translation, in a Zionist interpretation, to justify a blow to Iran.
                      It is clear that Iran and Israel do not like each other. There, Russia and the Balts also do not like - but no one is going to arrange massacres because of such a misunderstanding! Although the Balts and non-citizens oppress as much as they can, and the Nazis are restored in privileges. Where is the outrage Jewish leadership about the Nazis? This proves that they are Western globalist puppets (like Netanyahu) - if they remembered, they would have complained to NATO - to reassure the Baltic states. In the meantime, it’s only heard that Israel will be the first to attack Iran on a convenient pretext. while other tribesmen will fight? It’s easy to shout about the war, especially on foreign territory.
                      Quote: mikula
                      Order a collection of selected speeches by the Iranian leadership at home and carefully study it.

                      It doesn't matter to me what they (the Iranian leadership) think there, but so far Iran has not voiced plans to attack Israel - and if it does, then the answer will be more than sufficient. The truth is, as the people of the Middle East look at the environmental problems that Israel will create during the hypothetical use of nuclear weapons? In the place of the neighbors, I would not tolerate this. Understand, but you should not contaminate the rest of the territory with radiation - and the entire Middle East will feel the consequences of strikes.
                      Russia and the United States also threaten each other a lot - but so far they have not fought openly. If the authorities do not have fanatics, then you can live. This is proved by the experience of the Cold War - the USSR and the United States were sometimes one step away from war, but reasonable heads did not allow this .Imagine, if the USSR did not have nuclear weapons - what would happen? Dropshot plans and the like will tell you what might have happened.
                  2. Beck
                    Beck 21 November 2012 14: 05
                    -2
                    Quote: Guardian of the city
                    Strange - so far I have not heard that Iran threatened anyone.


                    If you do not follow the news programs, it is difficult to give objective comments.

                    Not at all in a free translation, Nejad called for DESTROYING Israel.

                    Ayatollahs of Iran declared that - the USA is a great Satan. Russia is a small Satan. At first we WILL LOGG large then small.

                    Ayatollah Hamanai said 1,5 months ago that - We will win and establish a NEW ISLAMIC ORDER around the world.

                    Want to be circumcised Sentinel? So the flag is in your hands. Go to Iran. But do not drag others with your comments.
                    1. Town Guard
                      Town Guard 21 November 2012 21: 44
                      +1
                      I can not agree.
                      Quote: Beck
                      Not at all in a free translation, Nejad called for DESTROYING Israel.

                      Of course, in Zionist and in translation of Western democratic media (in their translation - and they could have translated anything - I already explained why - in order to make the leadership of Iran aggressive and justify the attack on it). Who should I believe? Tales of the Zionist media, or David Duke?
                      Quote: Beck
                      Want to be circumcised Sentinel?

                      Do not go too far - Orthodox Jews also circumcised themselves - why are you against circumcision? I’m not an Orthodox Jew, I’ll sit in Russia laughing - Iran will definitely not reach there.
                      Quote: Beck
                      Ayatollahs of Iran declared that - the USA is a great Satan. Russia is a small Satan. At first we WILL LOGG large then small.

                      First let the big one reach - the navel will loose. Who is strangling with sanctions? I believe the facts, and someone seems to be fairy tales (the fact is that the US and the EU are now in a privileged position and are stifled by sanctions by Iran, and not vice versa. it’s hardly possible - this is from the realm of fantasy. The views of such people remind you of a situation where the gopniks beat a weak passerby and try to convince witnesses that this same passer-by is even more dangerous than them - he’ll come home and then he will have a knife!) . You never know what Iran wants - you look at it opportunities! He doesn’t cope with the USA! He won’t be able to compete with the USA even after the USA. What naivety? How do you imagine this? This is absurd! Iran will land on the east coast? How is it can beat the USA ?!
                      1. Beck
                        Beck 22 November 2012 09: 24
                        -1
                        Quote: Guardian of the city
                        Do not go too far — Orthodox Jews also circumcised themselves - why are you against circumcision? I’m not an Orthodox Jew, I’ll sit in the Russian Federation - Iran just won’t reach there.


                        But you inattentively read my koment. The Jews circumcise, but they do not claim to bring the New Jewish Order around the world. And Iran wants to restore order.

                        If Iran declares the destruction of other states, the establishment of a New Islamic Order in the world and wants to create its own nuclear weapons, then of course the world community is alarmed. Giving nuclear weapons into the hands of Islamic Orthodox is suicidal. Therefore, the international community, represented by the IAEA, asks Iran to create this peaceful atom, do it openly and send commissions to its nuclear facilities. Iran doesn’t let it in, it means it HIDES something, which is why the West is applying sanctions to Iran to force Iran to make its nuclear program accessible.
        2. Ascetic
          Ascetic 20 November 2012 17: 19
          +5
          Quote: mikula
          the next ruler of Russia is his wife, the daughter of a son-in-law or grandson. Then prove the correctness and legitimacy of this


          Then in Russia there will be a hereditary monarchy of Putin, as in his time the Romanovs. like in saudi arabia that's all. Does it bother you so much in Israel ?. Write something back. HOW ALWAYS THE EXTREME WORD SHOULD BE LEFT FOR YOU.
        3. Botanologist
          Botanologist 20 November 2012 20: 53
          +3
          I have one request for current - explain on the basis of what exists - the government of the legally elected President Assad.

          What are you talking about? The fact that any brainwash can form combat units and shoot all the inhabitants of the country where presidents are not elected?
          Well, start with the Emirates, Qatar, the Saudis. And from the USA, Great Britain to the heap - there is no direct equal universal suffrage, and indeed the monarchy.

          Or do you like, dislike? Then come to terms with the fact that your opinion does not mean anything, because it is stupid and empty.
          1. 11Goor11
            11Goor11 21 November 2012 16: 08
            0
            Botanologist
            The fact that any brainwash can form military units and shoot all the inhabitants of the country where presidents are not elected?

            + + + + + + + +
            The best answer!
    3. Dimon Lviv
      Dimon Lviv 20 November 2012 21: 23
      +6
      mikula, minus to you from me - for inconsistency.
      Could you explain how "the only legitimate Syrian power" can be considered the opposition, which in NO GENERAL ELECTION IS NOT CHOSEN ???

      Assad appointed a parliament representing the people of Syria as president. Everything is according to Syrian laws, everything is legal.
      Under what laws did people choose to whom no one had delegated the right to speak on behalf of the Syrians and govern them?
      1. mikula
        mikula 21 November 2012 13: 04
        0
        Dimon-Lvov - the opposition can be considered as "the only legitimate Syrian government".

        Well, damn gentlemen - we have a conversation between the deaf and the blind. I tell you about Thomas, you tell me about Yeryoma. I’ll try to explain again: there is such a thing that distinguishes a monkey from a person — it is called LOGIC. So - please re-read carefully ALL posts to this article - where they contain a refutation of my assertion that Assad received the power is not legal. There are only references to non-legitimacy - the opposition, the Saudis and others like them. Well, I agree with that. But if, according to the logic, it is not legitimacy to refer to one, then the other does not become just as legitimate.
        1. 11Goor11
          11Goor11 21 November 2012 16: 24
          +1
          mikula
          Well fuck gentlemen - we have a conversation between the deaf and the blind

          So stop talking to yourself and listen only to yourself.
          What else, in your condition, can you advise?
          Here you are talking about the illegality of other people's laws. There is such a "thing" - the laws of a sovereign country. Each country has its own laws.
          And if you do not like them, this is not a reason to kill the inhabitants of this country in order to give them (those who survived) the best from your point of view the laws.
          After all, if we allow the widespread implementation of such a "practice" then there may be those who wish to make you so happy.
          And you are more than guaranteed not to like it. So why do you wish it for others?
          Only people inside the country must decide whether its laws are legal.
          1. phantom359
            phantom359 22 November 2012 01: 27
            0
            11Goor11, That's right. Mikulu brings trochi. He needs to impose democracy the way Americans plant it, and then we’ll talk about logic and illegally elected presidents. It is unlikely to like it, unless, of course, a sadomasochist.
  10. VadimSt
    VadimSt 20 November 2012 13: 33
    +1
    Well yes! Democracy, with a Sharia court and a Wahhabi system - for the people, and a democratic way of life for the sheikhs and their offspring.
    The Saudis have this year's "turmoil", they are told only one thing - the existence of democratic, secular states in the Arab world, threatens them with their own existence. Hence, such an ardent support of the West against Syria.
  11. SSR
    SSR 20 November 2012 13: 41
    +2
    Somehow, the Israeli intelligence services became aware of the movements of the leaders of the military wing of Hamas. Is it not a Qatari gift?

    cartoons generally have been spraying their saliva lately; maybe you can remember with the infusion of information how our Mr. Churkin allegedly sent the cartographer in plain text. like with the threat that one dust will remain from your Qatar.

    PS.
    Elena, Thank you for the review.
  12. View
    View 20 November 2012 13: 42
    -3
    But some still accuse Damascus of allegedly not having freedom of demonstration!

    laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing

    Dialogue of American and Soviet:
    - We have freedom of speech in America! For example, I can stand in the middle of the street and start shouting: “Down with Reagan!” And nothing will happen to me!
    - Oh, surprised! I, too, can go outside and shout: "Down with Reagan", and nothing will happen to me ... So what?


    The situation is absurd - the Middle Eastern monarchies assume the hitherto unknown right to try to bring "democracy" to a country where there is both the Constitution, the parliament, and parties, and freedom of assembly.


    laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing

    Not a constitution, but a constitutional monarchy. Only besides the chapter on the leading role of the CPSU, the article on the leading role of the Alawites


    Somehow, the Israeli intelligence services became aware of the movements of the leaders of the military wing of Hamas. Is it not a Qatari gift?


    wassat wassat wassat wassat wassat

    Do you feel sorry for Hamas? Well, right, for so many years Asad fed the terrogyug, and here they are wet lol
  13. View
    View 20 November 2012 14: 01
    -8
    Assad's pinpoint strikes


    borisst64,
    apparently deserved .. winked
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 14: 06
      +3
      Quote: View
      Assad's pinpoint strikes "

      And who was in these surrenders that you do not specify? And, probably, civilians who came from Turkey to do democracy. I hope that everything remains under the rubble.
      1. View
        View 20 November 2012 14: 23
        -4
        Of course, of course, the full buildings of terrorists, mercenaries, Turkish special services and NATO advisers

        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 14: 33
          +2
          Quote: View
          Of course, of course, the full buildings of terrorists, mercenaries, Turkish special services and NATO advisers

          Of course, they’re not there, civilians are shooting down planes, people are being shot by peaceful demonstrators, well done, let's lay out one more lie. Soon you’ll be able to lie a third skull much less. Catch a minus wink
          1. View
            View 20 November 2012 15: 46
            -8
            True eyes hurt. This is normal . I take the minus from you as a reward, defender of double standards! hi
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 16: 10
              +2
              Quote: View
              . I take the minus from you as a reward, defender of double standards

              You, like no one worth it, catch one more. For liars I do not mind.
              1. Sergh
                Sergh 20 November 2012 20: 05
                +5
                Quote: View
                full buildings of terrorists, mercenaries, Turkish special services

                Viv, stop kidding, I know whose photos these are! To look for laziness, from memory: the first is Homs, and the second photograph after the terrorist attack by a machine blown up below by a terrorist. Elena Kochneva from Damascus, who is now in captivity, personally laid them out in September-October (Ankhar).



                So the terrorists were kicked out of Homs, but there were no inhabitants there, the gangs themselves did the bombings.
            2. Botanologist
              Botanologist 20 November 2012 20: 44
              +1
              True eyes hurt.

              No, your verbal shit just stinks.
      2. mikula
        mikula 20 November 2012 15: 00
        -3
        Alexander Romanov - And who was in these surrenders that you do not specify? And, probably, civilians who came from Turkey to do democracy. I hope that everything remains under the rubble.

        I hope you wrote this about the Israeli Air Force attacks on Gaza - or double standards.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 15: 11
          +1
          Quote: mikula
          I hope you wrote this about Israeli air strikes on Gaza

          Yes, I spit on Hamas, the more terrorists you kill, the cleaner the world, I wrote about Syria.
          1. mikula
            mikula 20 November 2012 15: 57
            -9
            Alexander Romanov-Yes, I spit on Hamas, the more terrorists you kill, the cleaner the world, I wrote about Syria.

            Of course, Alexander, I understand what you are writing about. And believe us in Israel - Assad is the best option. It’s just that when you see similar shots under one of which is written - the atrocities of the Zionists and under others the struggle against the terror of the legally elected government –– you begin to oddly willy-nilly. Sorry!
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 20 November 2012 16: 08
              +4
              Quote: mikula
              It’s just that when you see similar shots under one of which is written - the atrocities of the Zionists and under others the struggle against the terror of the legally elected government –– you begin to oddly willy-nilly. Sorry!

              I do not accept terrorism in any form and under any pretext. In this case, the United States supports terrorism in Syria and not only the United States, but also Qatar, Turkey and others. Hamas are not different from those freaks in Turkey. this case is fighting terrorism like you are regarding Hamas
            2. Sergh
              Sergh 20 November 2012 20: 21
              +2
              Quote: mikula
              And who was in these surrenders that you do not specify?

              Well, see for yourself.

        2. Botanologist
          Botanologist 20 November 2012 20: 47
          +1
          I hope you wrote this about the Israeli Air Force attacks on Gaza - or double standards.

          Is there a civil strife in Gaza? Have mercenaries from Israel under the guise of "anti-Hamas opposition" got there?
          Or do you care, just to unsubscribe?
  14. Mavsik
    Mavsik 20 November 2012 14: 03
    +4
    In America, we need to support the initiative of the oppressed Texas cowboys and do our utmost to promote their impulse towards independence. Then America will be forced to pay more attention to its internal problems and ease the pressure on Syria.
    1. View
      View 20 November 2012 14: 25
      -3
      I fully support! Only so far there are no initiatives for Texan cowboys, except for the unwillingness to have a black president wassat
  15. Beck
    Beck 20 November 2012 14: 19
    -7
    To the West, there are no political affairs other than economic to the monarchies of the Middle East. The West declares that monarchies are remnants of a past era, but will not overthrow them with military force. If the people of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar themselves do not oppose their regimes, then the West, it is reasonable, does not think to use force or conduct subversive actions. Maybe the people themselves want to live like that.

    But if the people rise up against these monarchies, as in Syria, and the monarchs order them to shoot at their rising people, like Assad in Syria, then the West will definitely come out on the side of the people against the monarch and dictator, as it is now in Syria.

    There are many regimes on the planet that do not meet today's democracies. But if the people themselves do not rise to fight against the regimes, then the West will not sacrifice either one of its soldiers, not a single dollar. But if the peoples of such countries rise against the monarchs and dictators, then the West will be in solidarity with this people.
    1. wolverine7778
      wolverine7778 20 November 2012 20: 21
      0
      But if the people rise up against these monarchies, as in Syria, and the monarchs order them to shoot at their rising people, like Assad in Syria, then the West will definitely come out on the side of the people against the monarch and dictator, as it is now in Syria ..
      Moreover, the United States is already working at an accelerated pace over energy independence from the Gulf countries, Russia, etc. It is shale gas that will change the role of the United States in the world. The United States has large shale oil and gas fields that are now commercially viable. Soon, the explored resources of shale gas in North America and elsewhere will be developed, then all the monarchies of the Persian Gulf will be weakened. Regarding the fact that the people of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, etc. will rise to the fight. It all depends on how quickly Uncle Sam leaves the region, but even when the United States becomes independent of Middle Eastern minerals, it just doesn’t give way to the Chinese in the region to anyone else, and the people of the Persian Gulf will be dependent on the sale of raw materials)
    2. Dimon Lviv
      Dimon Lviv 20 November 2012 21: 33
      +3
      Beck, where did you get the idea that people rose in Syria?
      I do not argue that among the gang of villains who call themselves opposition, in addition to Turkish, Jordanian, Chechen and Saudi, and other mercenaries, there are quite a few Syrians, but why did you decide that there are most of them?
      And the minority does not have the right to demand something from the majority, just as it does not have the right to overthrow legitimate power by force.
      1. Beck
        Beck 21 November 2012 12: 47
        -2
        Quote: Dimon Lviv
        Beck, where did you get the idea that people rose in Syria?


        I have written more than once. Bandits, extremists, by definition, cannot be the majority in the people. Imagine that on the streets of the Russian city most of them are thieves, rapists, criminals.

        There is a civil war in Syria. And in a civil war, representatives of the same people fight against each other. And as always, just as pickpockets and window robbers adjoin the mass of protesters, a dirty foam from bandits and extremists forms on the civil wave of protest. But the basis of the protest wave is the people.
      2. knn54
        knn54 1 December 2012 14: 21
        0
        In Libya, "guest workers" from Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan also played an important role ...
  16. Bandera
    Bandera 20 November 2012 18: 03
    +1
    Peace and health to you Elena and the entire Syrian people.

    "A wicked man, a wicked man walks with lying lips, blinks his eyes, speaks with his feet, gives signs with his fingers; deceit is in his heart: he intends evil at all times, sows discord. But suddenly his death will come, suddenly he will be broken - without healing Proverbs 6: 12-15
  17. bart74
    bart74 20 November 2012 18: 34
    0
    We act according to a certain plan. Syria is, firstly, an ally of Iran, and secondly, geographically hinders aviation flights for bombing Iran. Here NATO and urinate the Syrians. I think that if Russia and China do not render military assistance to Assad, the third world war will inevitably come close to our borders.
  18. silver_roman
    silver_roman 20 November 2012 19: 40
    +3
    katar ... kapets ... katar ... what is this anyway ??? I recall the words of Vitaly Churkin (although he stubbornly insists that he did not say them, although who knows): "Once again, vyak something in this tone, and your Qatar will not live until tomorrow ..." - this is the last version of his words, although initially was more correct.

    The area of ​​Qatar is 11 km² .... and this piece of sandbox is still yapping .... nothing, oil is not infinite))
    1. knn54
      knn54 1 December 2012 14: 16
      0
      At one time, just an Iraqi province ...
  19. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 20 November 2012 20: 02
    +3
    The Americans and the West in general have completely done with their Middle East policy and therefore are trying not to climb forward, to remain behind the scenes, otherwise you can get "on the gossals" like the States in Libya. Therefore, they released their Saudi-Qatari sixes, who were ripped apart from the honor given to them to be the main crap-mongers in Syria, and they, with their brains stuffed with petrodollars, do not even understand the ridiculousness of their position: how can the democracy of the monarchy be promoted by themselves who cannot stand it? Therefore, everything that they organize, caring for democracy in Syria, looks like a circus in which none of the serious people want to participate and all the rag-tag under the brand of the "Syrian opposition" engaged by them from all over the world will never have any authority and influence in Syria. !
    1. Botanologist
      Botanologist 20 November 2012 22: 14
      +2
      At the end of our substantive discussion, I propose to think over options for how we would accidentally drop a few tons of some explosives into Qatar. It seems to me that should help, and not only Syria.
      1. silver_roman
        silver_roman 21 November 2012 00: 25
        +2
        everything is very simple: we launch the next phobos soil, we stuff it with uranium or plutonium, and it is better to immediately use a hydrogen bomb. then, for natural reasons, this satellite falls and broads .... from Qatar, even their show-offs will not remain. Well, in the media we are letting out news that this is such a regular mess and that a new type of hydrogen fuel engine was tested but alas, it didn’t work.

        as for me, so nothing idea ;-)
  20. brush
    brush 20 November 2012 23: 31
    -2
    In fact, after the Tunisian and Egyptian "revolutions" in Syria, demonstrations began on Fridays.
    At first they were dispersed with batons, then with water cannons, then with rubber bullets. And only after this did not work - Kalash.
    But strange as it may seem, gifts from the Kalash did not stop the demonstration. First, the soldiers fired bullets, and then sometimes they began to go over to the side of the demonstrators.
    In Hama, for example, demonstrators kicked police officers from several districts and did not let anyone in for 50 days. And this is the overthrow of the government in one settlement. And the "counter-terrorist" operation went off. And everything is somehow unsuccessful for Assad so far.
    Well what can I say? sky plot, no less.
    1. Baboon
      Baboon 21 November 2012 05: 11
      0
      At first, the "revolutions" in Syria were mainly pro-government demonstrations, under the slogan: "Everyone has their own God, and the Motherland is one for everyone." But now the "revolution" has been competently transferred to a religious channel, under the pretext of confrontation between Sunnis and heretics. And here no one is going to conduct a dialogue. There is an opposition in Syria that is legally elected to the country's parliament and against Assad, but is against external interference and is ready to dialogue with Assad about the future of Syria, but it is not noticed at all either in the West or in the Gulf countries.
  21. faser
    faser 21 November 2012 11: 29
    0
    the west rots is a fact

    Arabs play out oh little it will not seem
  22. knn54
    knn54 1 December 2012 14: 18
    0
    Monopolism leads to decay (V.I. Lenin)