Wednesday, January 21, 2015

"The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend"

One key to solving the ISIS crisis is hunkered down in the presidential palace in Damascus, and his name is Bashar al-Assad.  

In my opinion, it is high time to re-evaluate our country's relationship with Syria, and with its President, Bashar al-Assad.

Doing so, would accomplish TWO very important, international matters, maybe more:
First, and most immediately, our two countries could intensify the fight against ISIS, ISIL, al-Qaeda, whatever it's name is today; and I believe that co-operating with Assad would eventually force out Iran's evil, detrimental influence on that country.

As a matter of fact, Syria is the home of thousands of Christians and Jews still, unbelievably; our stability and influence would help those folks remain alive, awhile longer, with no fear of ISIS beheadings for apostasy, away from the Satanic Islam.

Secondly, we would join with the Russians in their support of Syria.  And need I say more here, for the renewed, warm friendship with the Russians and Vladimir Putin?

Russians feel that America's abandoned them, leading them to go to the Chinese for help.

We need the Russian people to westernize, which they mostly want,
rather than 'easternize', believe me.
They, as a people, are much more European than Asian, and far more forward thinking, more 'progressive' (heaven forbid that term), than we can imagine. The Russians thirst for freedom, like the freedoms that we Americans feel, like those which we know.  
And Vladimir Putin is NOT that idealistic towards Communism, IMHO.  He recognizes the importance and the value (to his reputation) of freedom and of capitalism.

Siding with Syria in their war against ISIS Muslims, America could accomplish so many goals with that one act- - - not the least of which could be, an easing of Syrian tensions with ISRAEL.
Historians will agree that in the past, America has been friends with both Israel and some of Israel's enemies, with successes:  Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt.

Why not add Syria, and eventually Lebanon to that list, with U.S. support for those dictators?
Those 'controlled' dictators?

For the past seven years, America has evaded Islamic terrorism on our shores, because of our tacit and tactical support of those Islamic terrorists, in Syria, in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in Yemen, and in Iran NOW.

See what that stupid policy has gotten us?

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