Assad, Migration, Britain and Brookings
As there are already too (?) much threads on Syria, I wasn´t sure in which thread to post this, I´ve decided on this one...
Our wonderful media give us just 2 options on Syria:
1) Dictator Bashar al-Assad is a psychopath, who bombs his own people. That’s why the bombs on Syria by the US are a great way to bring democracy and peace to the Middle East.
2) President Bashar al-Assad is a hero, who with the help of Vladimir Putin, another hero, are fighting American supported Islamic terrorists. That’s why the bombs on Syria by the Russia are a great way to bring democracy and peace to Syria.
I suggest a third possibility:
3) Assad, Putin, Erdogan and Trump behind the scenes are working real hard with Anglo-American Intelligence (CIA and MI6), in the genocidal ploy to make billions of people dissappear from the face of the world. The bombs are meant to flood Europe with migrants to hide the success of depoulation Agenda21, in accordance to the mass migration plan by the United Nations: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtop...f=7&t=1149
In 1992, Bashar al-Assad left Syria for England to become a doctor.
At the time Bashar wasn’t supposed to follow in the footsteps of his father, President Hafez al-Assad. Then in January 1994 his eldest son Bassel al-Assad, who would take Hafez’s place, was killed in a car crash on his way to the Damascus Airport. The 2 other people in the car survived. Just another “accident”...
In June 2000, after his father Hafez died, Bashar al-Assad’s became president of Syria.
At the time he was friends with King Abdullah II of Jordan. Bashar al-Assad was swiftly called with condolences by Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and President Jacques Chirac of France, after his father’s death: http://web.archive.org/web/2015052714005...assad.html
In 2000, Bashar al-Assad “secretly” married the British-born and raised Asma Akhras (she’s stil a British citizen).
After her studies, Asma worked as a hedge funds analyst at Deutsche Bank Group and 2 years later, as an investment banker in London and New York for J.P Morgan.
Asma once hired London-based PR firm Bell Pottinger to engineer an image of a “caring” first lady.
WikiLeaks once published emails that showed that Asma was doing big time shopping, when Syria was heavily bombed: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6005090/ba...e-born-uk/
On 23 June 2015, the highly influential Brookings Institution published an article that Assad must remain President in the transformation of Syria.
According to Brookings, Syria must become a confederal state without a strong government:
Quote:The new approach would seek to break the problem down in a number of localized components of the country, pursuing regional stopgap solutions while envisioning ultimately a more confederal Syria made up of autonomous zones rather than being ruled by a strong central government.
Part of the strategy is to create “safe zones
” to recruit and train additional “opposition fighters
”, where “local governance structures
” could be developed.
First one or two zones in promising locations would be established, like the Kurdish northeast and the country’s south near Jordan. Over time, more “safe zones
” could be created: https://www.brookings.edu/research/decon...l-country/
In the following video, senior fellow in Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution Michael O'Hanlon explains the autonomous zones to fight against both ISIL and Assad, to create a confederal model.