The West can accept nothing short of a complete dissolution of existing Syrian Regime under Assad, they have crossed the[ir] point of no return already. What does this mean for the country and the region?
It means, the west will continue supporting and arming the internal and external terrorists no longer a representatives of their own people but under pay and moral legitimacy of the west to overthrow the Assad’s regime by violence. What does this mean? It means, as we have already looked at previously the west have been forced to support [state] terrorism for the first time in the long years of her foreign affairs.
In short, there will no longer be peace in Syria as long as the west believe they have all to lose with old regime still in place (commercial and regional-dominance interests, as well as security, observed in Lebanon-proxy conflict starting up). Thus, it is again for Russians to decided to cross their own rubicon or accept the domination of Syria, and the general near-east by the west, an event that has been absent since colonial age; and of course, with the fall of Syria, Lebanon (Hizbullah) and Iran is next- the final clean up (must be killing the islamic fighting groups seeing their dream for unity under Islam from Morocco to Indonesia etc, replaced by unity under western flag/crusaders from such geographical scope)
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