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Political analyst Maxim Shevchenko: “The West wants to subjugate Syria at any cost”

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A political scientist, member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation Maxim Shevchenko comments.

“The West at any price wants to subjugate Syria to itself, to turn it into its colony, to destroy on its territory all the bases of support for the Palestinian resistance movement and the Hezbollah movement, which in the south of Lebanon is opposing Israeli and American expansion.

There is also a desire to take control of Syria as the most important transit country for oil pipelines from the Gulf states to the coast of the Mediterranean.

To achieve these goals, the West is ready to turn Damascus and the entire state into a heap of flaming debris.

West is ready for anything. He will be hypocritical, dodge, create provocations-for the sake of the destruction of the current Syria at any cost.

If the government of Syria falls (I stress: this is not at all predetermined, the war will be bloody, protracted and transferred to Lebanon), the defeated country will begin to divide. The question will be: who will be the beneficiaries of the victory?

Possible beneficiaries in the region are Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.

Turkey is hysterical, fearing that Saudi Arabia will take the territory of Syria with the hands of the United States and Israel.

Qatar relied on the Muslim Brotherhood, these were his allies and the forces that he financed and developed. One of the regional centers of the organization is in Qatar. However, the Muslim Brotherhood was defeated in Egypt, and in Syria they were relegated to marginal positions in politics.

Salafists who are guided by Saudi Arabia, whose interests coincide with the interests of Israel and the United States, take the first position.

BBC yesterday voiced some aspects of the conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the head of Saudi Arabian intelligence service Prince Bandar bin Sultan, where he allegedly said that if Moscow surrenders Assad, the Saudis will keep terrorists who can attack the Olympic Games in Sochi. And they will include Russia in the structures of OPEC in order to cooperate with us on oil and gas with great benefits.

If you don’t surrender Assad, there will be serious problems with the Olympics, there will be support from the terrorist underground in the Caucasus and so on.
Even if all this is completely untrue, for me it is important that it was voiced by the BBC. This is a very disturbing symptom.

Why do the British voice the rumors about the proposals of the prince - the chief of Saudi intelligence?

The BBC apparently makes it clear that Britain does not agree with Syria coming under the control of the Saudis, the United States and Israel. The Muslim Brotherhood were long-time partners of Britain, their headquarters were located in London.

Obviously, the West is heterogeneous in its position on Syria. Obviously, there are disagreements between the United States and the United Kingdom over the developments in Syria after a possible strike and attempts to overthrow Assad.

These differences now prevent a strike on Syria today. Because the issue has not yet been resolved.

If tomorrow the United States, spitting on the UN Security Council, on the position of Russia and China, will still start a war against Syria - what will be the actions of Russia? We must remember what happened in Serbia, Iraq, Libya. Indeed, hostile forces are approaching the borders of our country.

Russia's position is the most important.

I believe that Russia should take a firm principled position.

It must supply the Syrian government with modern air defense systems - it is not too late. Russian military aircraft must demonstratively deliver these systems to Damascus or Tartus, and Russian specialists must place them in key strategic defense positions.

It must be done so that this becomes known.

And we will see if the West decides to strike or thinks seven times before deciding to do so.
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  1. domokl
    domokl 29 August 2013 07: 20
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    Of all the water that I read there is one really good suggestion. Enough for us to execute contracts in a quiet one. We need to defiantly, spit on all the world media to strengthen Syria’s air defense. Moreover, even on credit, even to our own detriment. The most modern, most dangerous and most necessary now.
    if the West is engaged in active preparation, then we need to show how the teeth are in 2008.
    1. duke
      duke 29 August 2013 08: 51
      10 th
      Yes, one should be careful with the secret Muslim Shevchenko (look at Youtube for his prayers in the Caucasus), but practical thoughts sometimes slip through. But only everything had to be delivered earlier, Israel has already bombed the "yachts" in the warehouses, tk. The air defense is weak ... And at one time DAM did not allow the supply when he was president, although Iran was ready to pay for the supplies. The LADY tried to make friends with Israel, and the Saudis threw him, promised to buy weapons if we refuse Iran. Well, the curly-haired boy was seduced and naturally thrown, like ...
      1. Su24
        Su24 29 August 2013 16: 10
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        Quote: duke
        yes, you should be careful about the secret Muslim Shevchenko (look at his prayers in the Caucasus on Youtube)


        What, excuse me?)) Secret (!!!) Muslim Shevchenko ?? Did you run away from the house or right from there and write to us?
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  2. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 29 August 2013 07: 21
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    Even if they deliver a bunch of complexes in a pointed manner, they’ll still be fucked up. They will hit with tomahafts and use drones until we run out of rockets or break all the installations.
    With regards to the Saudis, it may be time to start breaking up to begin a diplomatic relationship with all the consequences.
    1. domokl
      domokl 29 August 2013 08: 04
      +7
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Even if they defiantly deliver a bunch of complexes, they will still be fucking.

      fellow Dolbanut ... And so? We all discuss only the actions of Russia and the West with the United States. But there is another player who, when Syria falls, will lose much more Russia-China. And the Chinese are silent. But for now. But they won’t lose a lot of money, which means that they will certainly harness themselves .. as a result, dead Europe and a stronger USA against Russia and China ... Here, as they say, let's see ...
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 29 August 2013 08: 37
        +1
        Quote: domokl
        China. And the Chinese silently

        Sasha, Putin is also silent wink
        Quote: domokl
        ..in the end, dead Europe and a stronger USA against Russia and China ...

        With this development, India is not enough winked
        1. Nick
          Nick 29 August 2013 08: 54
          +2
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          With this development, India is not enough

          Not everything is so simple with India, Alexander. The former British colony, which is now part of the British community, is considered the official language of English, and India has territorial disputes with China. It's hard to say how she will behave ...
          1. GREAT RUSSIA
            GREAT RUSSIA 29 August 2013 09: 06
            +2
            Quote: Nick
            Not everything is so simple with India, Alexander. The former British colony, which is now part of the British community, is considered the official language of English, and India has territorial disputes with China. It's hard to say how she will behave ..

            India has enough of its own problems, in the country the lion's share of the population lives below the poverty line, and in terms of population the country takes the second place in the world, and by 2050 it will take the first place so try to imagine what the size of that same lion's share of the population is. Besides, India with Pakistan itself has enough contradictions, and even the same contradictions with China, so now they are not up to Syria.
      2. Ka-52
        Ka-52 29 August 2013 16: 04
        +2
        China. And the Chinese are silent. But for now. They will not lose a lot of money, which means they will surely harness themselves ..

        There are strong doubts No.

        China will not do this, they have enough hydrocarbons from other countries, and they do not need a conflict with the amers.
  3. a52333
    a52333 29 August 2013 07: 25
    +2
    Well saudi ki! Anyway. Let’s look at whose fly sits. Critters. Like a mongrel because of the fence.
  4. Egoza
    Egoza 29 August 2013 07: 31
    +2
    USA, like a spoiled child, plugging his ears, stomps and yells "And I'm always right!" Such a person can only be stopped with a good cuff. Unfortunately, there is no other way! The only pity is the civilian population.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 29 August 2013 08: 38
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      Quote: Egoza
      It is a pity only civilians.

      It was civilians and all power in particular that made Obama the president.
      Elena hi
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 29 August 2013 11: 38
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        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        It was civilians who made President Obama

        Yes, I meant the civilian population of Syria. And the "American population" - they will not be directly reached. Is that the coffins "please"
  5. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 29 August 2013 07: 39
    -2
    It must supply the Syrian government with modern air defense systems - before it is too late.

    Too late...
  6. My address
    My address 29 August 2013 08: 26
    +1
    What the BBC said about sadism pryns, terrorist blackmail. If it was. But if there was, then a great reason to show your teeth.
  7. GREAT RUSSIA
    GREAT RUSSIA 29 August 2013 08: 29
    +2
    Saudi Arabia will support terrorists in the Sochi Olympics. Let them support, our special services will be able to cope with them, and even in the Caucasus these terrorists do not enjoy the support of the population, they hate them there for all this.
  8. dmb
    dmb 29 August 2013 09: 34
    +2
    Lord, how many of them are there on our heads - "journal analysts". Well, where did this activist get the idea that we are eager to join OPEC, but we are not allowed there. From what Budun he decided that it depends on Saudi Arabia whether they will accept us there or not. At least I read the list of OPEC countries. For if he had read it, he would have learned that since the decision to admit new members is decided by the Conference, then there are also Iran and Venezuela, which by no means can you call the allies of the Saudis. And other countries, including Qatar, do not have much respect for them. You understand the competitors. No less deep knowledge of Mr. Shevchenko and in terms of defense. He calculated how much and what air defense systems needed to be supplied to ensure that the grouping created by the West was repelled, how much time it takes to train the calculations. I am not just interested in this, because apparently Shevchenko intends to supply complexes with specialists. True, when they are there to be equated with the ground by Tomahawk Americans, or lovers of cutting off heads from the opposition are trivially captured from the ground, and Mr. Shevchenko, comfortably sitting in a chair in front of the TV, in Moscow, full of solidarity with the Syrian people, will scribble for money) another analytical opus, widows and orphans will have a reason to remember with a kind word, all who sent them there, including Mr. Shevchenko.
    1. creak
      creak 29 August 2013 10: 45
      -3
      DMB
      I completely agree, this audience is always ready to show solidarity and do not risk fighting at the same time ... Shevchenko is simply a generalist here - he is ready to give advice on any topic if only to light up once again, although he doesn’t get out of the TV anyway. n a talk show from migration problems to flashing lights. Now it tells you how best to protect Syria ... I wonder if he saw at least one air defense system alive?
  9. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 29 August 2013 10: 13
    +2
    I agree with the author - more help to Syria and defiantly.
  10. Vlad 1965
    Vlad 1965 29 August 2013 10: 16
    +1
    According to insider sources, an emergency call by David Cameron forced Vladimir Putin to leave the meeting of the commission on the development strategy of the fuel and energy complex and environmental safety, which he held in Kemerovo. The British Prime Minister was primarily concerned about the actions that the Russian side intends to take in the event of a military action by the United States and its allies against Syria. The Russian president tried to convince his interlocutor of the inadmissibility of this step, but received the answer that all questions should be discussed with Barack Obama at the G20 meeting in St. Petersburg. At the same time, the simultaneous publication of the Daily Telegraph excerpts from the protocol recording of Putin’s four-hour conversation with the Secretary of the Security Council and the head of general intelligence of Saudi Arabia, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, where the latter admits to controlling a number of terrorist groups capable of operating in Russia, can be considered as indirect pressure from the official London to the Kremlin ...
    1. Vlad 1965
      Vlad 1965 29 August 2013 10: 23
      0
      So let's see, prognets under undisguised pressure and veiled threats, or, figuratively hostile, will show them "Kuzka's mother"
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  13. deman73
    deman73 29 August 2013 10: 40
    +1
    help and help all the more so for our anti-aircraft gunners it's time to practice in practical conditions and not at the training grounds
  14. andru_007
    andru_007 29 August 2013 11: 08
    +1
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    and Putin is also silent

    Yes, amazing silence, many are wondering - why?
    In my opinion, the GDP is pulling up the Chinese, otherwise they stayed in the bushes with Snowden, and on the Syrian issue they want to heat the heat with the wrong hands.
    GDP has iron nerves (GB hardening affects), well done, I think he has a couple of trump cards up his sleeve wink
    1. olviko
      olviko 29 August 2013 13: 19
      +1
      The Chinese monkey, as always, sits on the mountain, so safer.
  15. ed65b
    ed65b 29 August 2013 11: 19
    +1
    Late to drink Borjomi when the kidneys refused. all this had to be done the day before yesterday. Events take on an avalanche-like character. In addition to chatter at the UN, Russia slept through everything.
    1. olviko
      olviko 29 August 2013 13: 30
      +1
      It is necessary to agree with the amers. They are 2 days hammering in Syria, and we are 2 days in Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
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  17. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 29 August 2013 11: 27
    +1
    If Russia allows the bombing of Syria, those few allies of Russia will think ...

    For example, we are now closing the Manas airbase. Where is the guarantee that the fourth Civil in Kyrgyzstan will not happen tomorrow?
    Will Russia come to us this time? Not sure. I think the leadership of my country needs to think about the security of the country.
    Indeed, if NATO supports the Salafis in the Kyrgyz Republic, they will bomb us, the Kyrgyz soldiers, with impunity ...
  18. slaventi
    slaventi 29 August 2013 11: 28
    +1
    Syria has nothing to lose when it becomes clear that war is absolutely inevitable. Do not wait for the aircraft to be destroyed on the ground. Deliver a massive strike against Israel and the American base and Patriot batteries in Jordan using aircraft and ballistic missiles, or other targets. break through the enemy's air defense.
  19. albanech
    albanech 29 August 2013 17: 37
    0
    25 again! Everything has already been decided and Syria is doomed and kneeling! Syria just does not know this! Oil is getting more expensive every day and this whole situation favorably affects the powerful of this world (200 corporations - there are oil ones among them)! We must not forget about other Arab countries that have come this way - nothing can be done - this whole situation is a matter of time!
  20. And Us Rat
    And Us Rat 13 November 2013 18: 57
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    Quote: domokl
    Of all the water that I read there is one really good suggestion. Enough for us to execute contracts in a quiet one. We need to defiantly, spit on all the world media to strengthen Syria’s air defense. Moreover, even on credit, even to our own detriment. The most modern, most dangerous and most necessary now.
    if the West is engaged in active preparation, then we need to show how the teeth are in 2008.


    Russia for the Yusovites is now not a goal, but rather an obstacle on the way to the goal, but the goal of China. I will explain. The Yusovites are weighing a big war to write off the external debt (that's why they are so abundantly developing new weapons systems). The Chinese, who own the largest chunk of this debt, folded 2 + 2, and began frantically to arm themselves and modernize the army (it comes to the point that they commission new ships, almost without full-scale testing of new systems). The second largest holders of the debt - the Saudis (knowing that on occasion they will be reminded of the Wakhabis and Bin Laden), also began to crawl sideways into the shadows and arm themselves (new tanks and planes in large numbers), as well as flirt with Moscow. And on the other hand, the last flirting of the Yusovites with the oil-bearing Iran to which they owe nothing is a sign that they are looking for a "blank slate". They have already prepared Libya and Iraq (the countries are weakened and in chaos), during the war they will be able to freely enter and use oil. With Assad, the game is even more subtle, he was weakened and scared and "forgiven", at hour X he will simply be pinned to the wall and forced to choose a side, and it is not a fact that he will not choose the Yusovites, especially if the Iranian card plays. The role of Russia in this scenario is an outside observer, and ideally an ally of the Yusovites - if it succeeds in pushing its heads against China. Anti-missile defense systems in Europe are being built against China, knowing that it will not stop the Russian arsenal. The United States needs a war against Russia in this whole game last. Again, the ideal scenario for them is "Russia is an ally." Since together they will tear China and its allies to shreds without unnecessary losses, the PRC will find itself geographically between a rock and a hard place.
    The most interesting thing - I suspect that this scenario is known in the Kremlin. Too early in time, Putin bailed out Obama in the episode with Syria and turned the gates from Saudi’s unprecedented generosity. Add another desire to reconcile Iran with the West ... suggestive, it is worthwhile to calculate the benefits of Russia from participating in such a redivision of the world. One worth removing OPEC from the oil rudder is worth it, and the prospect of turning China into the most powerful superpower on the planet of Russian analysts is no more pleasing than US analysts, they are all familiar with the model of the Cold War model - everything is familiar and predictable there. I will be happy to hear your opinions.
  21. And Us Rat
    And Us Rat 13 November 2013 18: 57
    0
    Quote: domokl
    Of all the water that I read there is one really good suggestion. Enough for us to execute contracts in a quiet one. We need to defiantly, spit on all the world media to strengthen Syria’s air defense. Moreover, even on credit, even to our own detriment. The most modern, most dangerous and most necessary now.
    if the West is engaged in active preparation, then we need to show how the teeth are in 2008.


    Russia for the Yusovites is now not a goal, but rather an obstacle on the way to the goal, but the goal of China. I will explain. The Yusovites are weighing a big war to write off the external debt (that's why they are so abundantly developing new weapons systems). The Chinese, who own the largest chunk of this debt, folded 2 + 2, and began frantically to arm themselves and modernize the army (it comes to the point that they commission new ships, almost without full-scale testing of new systems). The second largest holders of the debt - the Saudis (knowing that on occasion they will be reminded of the Wakhabis and Bin Laden), also began to crawl sideways into the shadows and arm themselves (new tanks and planes in large numbers), as well as flirt with Moscow. And on the other hand, the last flirting of the Yusovites with the oil-bearing Iran to which they owe nothing is a sign that they are looking for a "blank slate". They have already prepared Libya and Iraq (the countries are weakened and in chaos), during the war they will be able to freely enter and use oil. With Assad, the game is even more subtle, he was weakened and scared and "forgiven", at hour X he will simply be pinned to the wall and forced to choose a side, and it is not a fact that he will not choose the Yusovites, especially if the Iranian card plays. The role of Russia in this scenario is an outside observer, and ideally an ally of the Yusovites - if it succeeds in pushing its heads against China. Anti-missile defense systems in Europe are being built against China, knowing that it will not stop the Russian arsenal. The United States needs a war against Russia in this whole game last. Again, the ideal scenario for them is "Russia is an ally." Since together they will tear China and its allies to shreds without unnecessary losses, the PRC will find itself geographically between a rock and a hard place.
    The most interesting thing - I suspect that this scenario is known in the Kremlin. Too early in time, Putin bailed out Obama in the episode with Syria and turned the gates from Saudi’s unprecedented generosity. Add another desire to reconcile Iran with the West ... suggestive, it is worthwhile to calculate the benefits of Russia from participating in such a redivision of the world. One worth removing OPEC from the oil rudder is worth it, and the prospect of turning China into the most powerful superpower on the planet of Russian analysts is no more pleasing than US analysts, they are all familiar with the model of the Cold War model - everything is familiar and predictable there. I will be happy to hear your opinions.