posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 01:24 PM
Originally posted by waltrfinski
reply to post by michaelbrux
Very interesting note that could possibly make sense. However it just creates more confusion for me.
Why would Saudi Arabia, a supposedly anit-Assad state jump start an operation named after something that would seem to be so obviously in line with
that of Assad and his allies? Their purported presence on the southern border of Syria only makes things more interesting.
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I don't know, maybe I'm trying to connect dots that aren't actually there. But thanks for the thought provoking comment.
I don't think the Saudi's are anti-Assad. the problems Assad's government is facing have nothing to do with anyone but himself and his government.
Assad is not willing to discuss the secrets of his state, especially why had his country been under a State of Emergency for nearly 50 years before
things became considerably worse after he ended it in April 2011.
What were the REAL reason's he thought the emergency was over in April 2011? Why has he been unwilling to admit the seriousness of the situation
until just now? Maybe the Saudi's know and they just want to preserve their own stability.
Only insiders can comment upon why events are unfolding in Syria as they are and the Syrian government apparently prefers an end much like the one in
Libya. Its their choice and free will is always good.
the Saudi simply sees things as they are...and the appropriate response over the next 10 days is heightened alert and preparedness.
Perhaps the Saudi's know that Damascus is about to become an uninhabitable wasteland and they want to prevent any of that man's problems from spilling
into their Kingdom that has been relatively stable.
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