posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 07:48 AM
You cannot start a revolution of hundreds of thousand of people merely on the instigation of Western agents. Terror squads, yes. Coup d'états, yes.
But how are you supposed to bring hundreds of thousands on the streets - most of them risking their lives and their childrens etc? Unless discontent
is legitimate, because the regime was basically evil and bloody.
I guess you simply do not know the horrors that have been happening inside Syria for decades now under the Assad family. Or you assume they are
manufactured by Israeli agents.
Well, I got a surprise. Those horrors mostly did happen. Reality isn't as manufactured after all (unless you are a Scientologist).
Children were murdered in classes as a matter of routine for simple dissent or questioning by the parents. At which point an average man starts to
think there is NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE.
There was a book out in Hungary on the regime's abuses against its own people, authored by a medical doctor who decided to come here and learn a new
language (he speaks Hungarian perfectly) rather than continue to live under the threats of Assad. (Hungary is a pretty poor country, where most
medical doctors make less than the cleaning women of Western countries.)
This book came out way before the current discontent turned into armed confrontation.
If you say Syrian rebellion is helped by the West, I say yes, that is most likely. For its own interests, yes, most likely.
If you say all there is to it is a bunch of agents stirring the pot, then I say, you, sir, know absolutely nothing about human nature, and the
psychology of masses even less. And, that the West is pretty much seeing its own reflection everywhere.
Did the West help out Hungary in 1956? Where similar scenes were perpetrated by the Stalinist secret police?
No, all they did was accept a few hundred thousand refugees.
It was all laid out in the cards.