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Assad wins Syria election. Regime change started under Obama fails

Assad wins Syria election. Regime change started under Obama fails
The Duran: Episode 989

Assad’s guaranteed election victory shows limits of U.S. policy on Syria

Assad’s guaranteed election victory shows limits of U.S. policy on Syria

Syrians voted Wednesday in a presidential election whose outcome is not in doubt. Such is the extent of President Bashar al-Assad’s control over the electoral process that the poll is certain to deliver him a comfortable victory, a fourth seven-year term that will affirm his survival in the face of the 10-year-old rebellion against his rule.

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Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
June 2, 2021
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All the crazy talk in the rotten western regimes ‘Assad must go’ and who’s gone Obomba, Killary, Theresa disMay ect. and so on. BTW China has recently ensured Syria support in rebuilding their country. I literally feel the anger in ‘The Dark Side of the Force’.

A simple observer
A simple observer
Reply to  Brokenspine66
June 4, 2021

All that ‘crazy talk’ they would simply describe as ‘a triumph of democracy over authoritarianism’. Never underestimate the PR departments of your ‘rotten western regimes’ and their knack at creating self-actualizing memes.

SteveK9
SteveK9
June 2, 2021

Assad was a mild, well-mannered Ophthalmologist working in London, when he became President of Syria on the death of his father. He was never intended to be the leader of Syria, until his elder brother died in a car crash. He showed incredible courage during the Syrian War. I think it’s an understatement to say he is the most popular politician in Syria. The Syrian people seem to truly love Assad. They know that if not for him, the black flag of ISIS would have been flying over Damascus, and an unbelievable blood bath would have followed. It’s pretty clear… Read more »

Ozymandias
Ozymandias
Reply to  SteveK9
June 3, 2021

Well said, Bashir Assad was much liked in the NHS,I fully concur with your comment,I couldn’t of said it better….

The tenacity of turpitude
The tenacity of turpitude
June 4, 2021

There exists a certain faction of western politicians, with the US of course as chief protagonist, that despite the accompanying death and destruction of their myopic fervor resulting from and in their numerous failures (even when successful) and that so religiously believe in their mission that their psychological mindset can IMO best be described as:

‘The little regime-change engine that could’

Sounds like the Bolshevik Revolution
Sounds like the Bolshevik Revolution
Reply to  The tenacity of turpitude
June 4, 2021

Try, try and try again, no matter the needless suffering and lack of forethought to the consequences.

Create chaos and just hope the system self-stabilizes in your favor, no matter the consequence. Use all means at your disposal, ignore any inherent criminality of your actions. They can always be redirected to your opponents.

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