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Better later than never, even if we do not trust a single word of the Western politicians and their Middle East local allies, even if milions of Syrians know it already from a long time, even if those who must decide the fate of their homeland is the Syrian people itself, not the Eurocrats, not the American warmongers, not the camel’s piss drinkers of the Gulf, and definitely not the mercenaries-terrorists, cannibals and cutthroats, of various extravagant names created by foreign intelligence services …belonging to Eurocrats, American warmongers and their Middle East local allies…
(by WP-SFP chief Editor)
(by Catherine Shakdam, RT, 26/9/2015) ~ In a press conference this month, German Chancellor Angela Merkel introduced the notion that Syrian President Bashar Assad could indeed be a useful partner in defeating terror. What could have spooked Europe so badly it wants to make a deal with its self-appointed demon?Are Western capitals finally owning up to the quagmire they helped create in Syria?
Well not exactly, but the tone of officials is certainly more conciliatory than it was only a few months ago, when French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, and his British counterpart, Philip Hammond defiantly refused the possibility of engaging Assad for the sake of defeating terror.
This September 24, German Chancellor Angela Merkel sealed the deal when she bluntly proposed that Assad play a part in saving his country from complete annihilation. Now that’s an idea!
Hold on! Wasn’t it Vladimir Putin who first suggested that no peace in Syria would ever manifest without the Syrian president’s active contribution, especially since the latter is still viewed by Syrians as their legitimate leader?