Syria – Honoring Sovereignty and Self-Determination Rights is the Roadmap to Peace

May 14, 2013

By Padmini Arhant

United States and United Kingdom leaderships repeat recognition of political solution to their manufactured crisis in Syria is welcome and agreement to this effect is already in place in Geneva accord reached in June 2012.

Britain Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama concerns for Syrian bloodshed on international watch and urgency to end the conflict are noteworthy.

However, had this realization occurred in March 2011 at the crises onset and both leaderships refrained from sponsoring terror networks – al-Qaeda and al-Nusra Front deployment until today that includes funding, arming and providing military training then perhaps nearly 80,000 innocent lives could have been saved and prevented two million refugees from fleeing across Syrian border.

Israel, United States, Britain, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and others involvement in Syria ranging from terror recruitment with chemical weapons, bombings, and air strikes to unspeakable crimes against Syrian population relevantly shifts the burden on their citizens to decide on respective leaderships legitimacy to continue in office.

Western nations flagrant violations of international and humanitarian law in Syria and in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and Mali to name a few clearly indicative of the fact that political system in the west is anything but democratic.

Hence, western suggestion on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad removal from power evidently classifies them as anti-republic force pledged allegiance to hegemony for self-interest.

In the modern era, imposing medieval feudalism for vassal statehood not to mention abhorrent means adopted in this regard with western and coalition recruited terrorists resorting to cannibalism is the final straw on greed motivated violence erasing any progress made by western civilization thus far.

The western powers demand on Syria calling for popular leadership President Bashar al-Assad to step down to create another Libya and earlier Iraq is a presumptuous supremacy complex that shall not be entertained at twenty two million Syrian citizens expense.

United States, Israel, Britain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan have serious problems in their domain with declining economy and eroding social standards in the absence of effective governance due to heads of state misplaced priority and that being obsession to destabilize independent nation Syria and eventually the region.

International peace conference in Geneva should appropriately focus on acknowledgment of Syrian sovereignty and nationals rights to self-determination barring any intervention to further sabotage lives and livelihoods in the Arab country.

Contrarily, western nations beginning with United States, Britain and Israel among others require freedom movement to liberate society from Zionist control and subjugation depleting national treasury for extravagant illusive pursuits discounting the fact on their limited and fickle existence on earth.

Likewise, their partners in the Middle East viz. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Yemen and Egypt…violent crackdown on peaceful protesters seeking abolition of monarchy and ending subservience to western hegemony deserves international support denouncing dictatorships and western arms delivery to prolong oppression.

In conclusion, republic empowerment assuming direct authority with checks and balances for accountability on systemic abuse of power in United States, Israel, Britain and other western governance disguised as democracy when essentially serving plutocracy is paramount to reverse national and global status quo.

Syria was invaded with unscrupulous and unjust practices alongside continuous attempts denying Syrian leadership and citizens inalienable right to defend territorial integrity.

The global consensus in terminating foreign intrusion specifically aimed at fragmentation of Syria besides bringing western powers and alliance to justice for use of WMD and illegal air strikes is the immediate requirement for world peace and security.

Wishing Syrian leaderships President Bashar al-Assad and others in the government, National Defense force and most importantly people across the spectrum – success in all endeavors now and in the future.

Peace to Syria!

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


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