In the past couple of weeks, while the global Zionist media has been looking into Syria’s trash can for any rot and filth to publish on the beleaguered nation, the Syrian army alongside its battle-hardened ally Hezbollah have been systematically annihilating hundreds of terrorists in the four corners of Syria. They have been doing so with gusto but also with no media fanfare, preferring instead to focus solely on changing the facts on the ground to their strategic advantage. Preferring to conduct a raging war under raging stars without the need for publicity or the sunlight of official statements.
This is a new PR strategy for Syria who’s been bending over backwards trying to defend its narrative and legitimacy in the eyes of the world for the past four years. We can attribute this change of behavior to Hezbollah’s influence and how it operates: fight hard in silence, and only if it absolutely and strictly benefits the cause, release an occasional statement or two to keep your own supporters informed. In other words: fight away and utterly ignore what the Western world thinks – fight away and fuck what the Israelis and their global Zionist media do with the information vacuum.
This silent perseverance describes an army who is deeply determined and focused solely on realism and results, not on petty gossip and fanciful speculation.
There is no doubt whatsoever that Hezbollah’s influence on Syria’s war fortunes has been immensely positive. This influence can be seen on the battlefield itself, as well as in Syria’s war theater where multiple ongoing strategies are coordinated, configured and directed. Top Hezbollah military brains are sitting in Syria’s war theater, next to Iranian military brains and battle-tested Syrian generals. The three entities have merged into a single turbo-charged architectural brain capable of speedily configuring and executing war strategies ahead of their enemies’ sluggish strategies and by now predictable maneuvers.
Another vital and mostly quiet partner in support of the Bashar government and the Syrian Arab Army is Russia, who last week had to literally and loudly spell out its support before the world community, after a long period of silence that Zionist propagandists made hay of by interpreting Russia’s lack of recent pro-Bashar pronouncements as disinterest in the goings-on and outcome of Syria’s war. Any geopolitical strategist worth his salt would tell you that the slightest withdrawal of Russian support from Bashar would instantly weaken Russia’s national security itself – the Russian navel base in the Syrian port of Tartus being a vital gateway, in fact, Russia’s only gateway to the Mediterranean Sea and thus their only direct access to the waters of the Western world.
In other words, despite all the ceaseless waves of deliberate misinformation that the global Zionist media has been bombarding humanity with, the fact is that Bashar is still standing tall and all his allies are standing tall and motivated beside him. This is a classic picture of unity and strength between true allies. Couple that with Syria’s new and effective military and PR strategy and we can today safely assess that the Bashar government and the Syrian Arab Army are here to stay – are ready to fight on till eventually victory over the multinational army of invading terrorists, privately and state-funded by Wahabist and Zionist countries in the Middle East and in the West. And yes, victory may seem far to the untrained eye, even impossible, but it is indeed inevitable.
Yes a Syrian victory is inevitable.
Let’s here look at why this is the case.
At this stage of the wider global spread of Wahabi terrorism, referencing last week’s shocking terrorist attacks on the countries of France, Tunisia and Kuwait (all on the same day), attacks that have cumulatively claimed the lives of over 60 dead civilian victims, almost half of them British tourists in Tunisia, the UK and France are finally, though reluctantly showing signs of withdrawing their support for the terrorist Takfiris in Syria.
In Kuwait, and the neighboring Emirates as well, a reconsideration of policy towards Syria has now been publicly declared. And in Tunisia too, a war against ISIS is now a top agenda for both the Tunisian government and its army. In Egypt, the same applies as well. All this anti-terrorism activity inside of just one week.
So, now the ‘hour of the monster’ is upon the European and GCC members as they all re-evaluate their support, privately or otherwise, for the Takfiri terrorists in Syria. They can now clearly see how the sectarian monster that they’ve helped create and have actively unleashed across the Levant is now wantonly turning against them and their own citizenry at home and across the continents.
Here we crunch numbers and we count a good third of the state supporters of the war against Syria as pulling out. But no use in pulling out unless they can convince the other enablers of terrorism in Syria to do likewise. This means that much pressure on Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan and Turkey to halt their support for the Takfiris in Iraq and Syria is now at hand, rigorously pursued and exerted through private and diplomatic channels. If Europe and the GCC don’t take this sound path of denouncing ISIS and Daesh and exerting pressure on Saudi et all to do the same, then increased and more spectacular attacks against their citizens are all but guaranteed. They now know this beyond a doubt – and they also all know that starving the terrorist army of all support is the only way to truly weaken and defeat it.
Will Turkey, Qatar, Jordon and Saudi Arabia be swayed to exit the Syria war zone by this exertion of pressure? Eventually, and with continuous and mounting pressure, yes. All the four above mentioned countries are already experiencing political instability at home due to their foreign policies in the Levant. In the case of Turkey, the tangible and sudden empowerment of the Kurdish party during the last Turkish election, as well as numerous strategic loses on the battlefields in Syria by their proxy terrorist groups, have all but weakened Erdogan’s hold on power at home and influence on the regional and international stage. Either he loses further power at home, or he begins withdrawal of support to Takfiris in Syria. Either way, whosoever may end up being in charge, some measure of foreign policy change is upon Turkey. This is now politically unavoidable.
Qatar and Jordan have both already withdrawn some support from the foreign and local terrorist groups in Syria a few months ago – this trend is continuing and their support level currently is at its lowest since the start of the war in Syria four years ago.
And in Saudi Arabia, the Yemeni resistance is now able to send a scud into Saudi territory every three days or so, demonstrating the perpetual failures of the Saudi war strategy in Yemen – even after some three months of their intensive bombardments of Yemeni cities and villages. The Saudi air force may control the skies of Yemen, but Saudi Arabia’s regional hegemony has suffered fatal strategic blows on the Yemeni ground that no aerial bombardment can rectify. And just as relevant to Saudi’s loss of hegemonic power over the Yemen war is its loss of social and religious influence on neighboring countries and the larger non-Arab Islamic world. Citizens there are now viewing the Saudi (and Israeli) grand plan of removing all secular Arab leaders from power and replacing them with a zealot Caliphate as a self-destructive plan and a catastrophe upon Islam itself. You could even say, for the first time ever, that the very legitimacy of the House of Saud as primary guardian of Islam is now held in varying degrees of suspicion and contempt by the larger Muslim world. A quick perusing survey of Muslim Twitter accounts after the aftermath of any Wahabi terrorist attack clearly indicates this; and increased anti-sectarian programming on Arab TV is also an indicator that the collective there is not aligning itself with the Saudi-Wahabi plan of dividing the region into sectarian, warring enclaves, all under the umbrella of a pretend Caliphate.
Here, Putin has stepped in and offered Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan a face-saving political exit from Syria and Iraq. A few days ago, he floated the idea that he would fully support regional armies in countries affected by terrorism as well as the armies of their neighboring countries too – creating two relative circles of reinforced defense. He urged all regional countries to “pool their efforts together to fight Islamic militants”. In other words, he’s asked everyone involved, on both sides of the conflict in Syria, to now work together as one army against the violent runaway train of Takfiri terrorism. Mindful here also of his earlier loaded (with cold threats) statement that he absolutely and fully supports Syria and its people against the Takfiris – support that he specified as being military, moral and diplomatic – the current remaining regional axis against Syria now has no option but to begin ending, even in slow, minute steps, their support for terrorist groups in Syria. Father Bear has spoken. All heard loud and clear. For self-preservation, all will follow.
Last but not least, Syria’s inevitable victory is now truly possible also because of the internal political decisions that Bashar has taken several weeks ago. He has made power-sharing deals with non-Takfiri Syrian groups to fight alongside the Syrian Arab Army against the brutal invading terrorists. He is now arming and training these non-Takfiri Syrian groups – offering them army wages to boot. He is also training and arming villages liberated from terrorists so that they themselves as citizen-villagers are also prepared and ready to effectively defend themselves, should evicted Takfiris return and attempt to re-occupy their villages again. This is in fact the first true step that Bashar has taken towards the actual creation of a mass and populist Syrian resistance. A capable resistance dotted across the mass land of Syria that would not need to directly rely on the Syrian army for security and protection. In the same way that Hezbollah trained and armed villagers in south Lebanon to successfully defend themselves, their homes and land against an Israeli re-invasion, creating thus a larger and more powerful national resistance entity, so too Bashar is endeavoring to create the very same result in Syria.
So, with the Takfiri terrorists invading the Levant gradually getting starved of support by their paymasters, combined with Syria’s energized new battlefront strategies right across the land, there is every reason now to assess that victory for Bashar’s government and the Syrian Arab army is indeed on the horizon. In other words, inevitable. There is no time-line here to be stated, but suffice it to say that at least a viable and real solution to the Syria war is clear and viewable on the horizon. Many more fierce and bloody battles will take place till then, but this will not change the inevitable victory for Syria and its steadfast allies.
This leaves two major actors in the Syria war twisting in the wind: USA and Israel. But really, with the Iran nuke deal imminently about to be signed by the P5+1 and Iran – and with major economic gains for America to be harnessed out of it especially if peace pervades in the Levant, it is ultimately only Israel who will be the historic losers in the Syria war.
Once the post-war dust has settled in Syria, preparations for a wider democracy, as promised pre-war by the Assad government will ensue, elections will follow and Assad, the war hero who fought so goddamn hard for years against terrorism and won, will very likely be legitimately elected as president again, sending the Zionists into a dizzying tailspin both in Israel and Washington.
Failures this size have consequences.