Colonel Cassad, Sep 25 2016
Briefly about the allegations of the British Foreign Ministry, “Russia tightens the war in Syria.” The problem of the Syrian war and Russia’s participation in it is not that the latter prolongs the war. The problem is that Russia has thwarted the realization of the plans of the West to overthrow Assad. Before the start of the open participation of the armed forces in the Syrian war, the West for four years supplied arms, money, mercenaries and local militants who tried to overthrow the legitimate Syrian government. Questions time then neither Washington nor London didn’t care, because it was a goal that was by military means, and how many months or even years had it to spend, didn’t look too fundamental, because “Assad must go.” But after the intervention of Russia in a few months it became clear that to overthrow Assad by military means is not possible, and already there is a question (of what if) what the militants themselves will be defeated, and pro-Western militants. And then the West immediately thought about diplomacy and humanitarian initiatives. Of course, they don’t see and don’t want to see their own guilt in the ongoing Syrian nightmare, it’s so much easier to blame everything on Assad, who fought off the militants, and on Russia, which helped him in this. The usual hypocrisy and nothing more, when the main culprits of the Syrian war are trying to shift responsibility to others.
Now, when the people of Aleppo are still engaged in fierce battle (fighting for Handarat camp and Sheikh Saeed quarter), the West has used up the first information in its media barrage, and now convenes the UNSC under the pretext of a “humanitarian catastrophe in Aleppo” (about which in July-August no one especially cared, as there was hope that the rebels would beat the SAA), to force Russia to influence Assad to stop the fighting in Aleppo and gave respite to the insurgents. The Russian Foreign Ministry, quite melancholic about this, noted that the Russian Federation will not enter into an optional truce without guarantees, but let the “moderate” rebels separate from “Nusra” and then we can have a truce to talk. The problem of the West is that “moderate” militants do not want to break with the “Nusra”. Moreover, some factions in Aleppo have moved in the opposite direction to their obedience, and the chances that they will share are pretty slim.
In this regard, the policy of the West towards the battle for Aleppo is a mixture of empty promises, which Pindostan and NATO can not perform, as they have little influence over a significant part of the militants, as well as thinly veiled threats against Syria and Russia. The world that they want in Syria is a world without Russia and Assad. But as they they have not the military capabilities to remove Assad, they have to admonish and threaten, simultaneously parading themselves as peacekeepers, although the countries of the West by its support of the militants did more than others for the mass bloodshed in Syria. And it is no coincidence that the Syrian representative speaking at the UN, despite the apology Pindostan passed through Russia, directly accused Pindostan of aiding and abetting Daesh and of a deliberate attack on the SAA. The breakdown of the last ceasefire in Syria and the rupture of Pindo-Russian deals, the details of which the Russian Foreign Ministry has promised to make public soon, once again demonstrated in practice that global hegemony is not willing to perform the agreement, that he is weary. Well then, can it be that such position of Pindostan is openly dragging out the war? Well, Pindostan can not be guilty of this fault, it is again Russia and Syria have to ruin everything. In fact, in the West, in official circles there is no reflection about done with Syria. There dubolomnyh continue to try to bend the world for themselves, even where such a strategy is obviously not working, but the Messianic attitude does not give the military-political establishment to admit they were wrong and press on the brake. Destroyed the country, killed hundreds of thousands, millions of refugees, rampant Islamism – all these “mistakes” repeated again and again, extending farther to the bloody epilogue of the Arab spring.But what criminal will refuse to blame their own crimes on their victims?