[Marxism] role of Saudi Prince Bandar in Syria?
pegdobbins at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 21:25:20 MDT 2012
It's patterns, patterns.
> On Aug 3, 2012, at 2:40 PM, Manuel Barrera wrote:
>> Imagine the "indecency" of the masses to fight with whatever means at their disposal, to fight so that they can live and the despot go down? Being accused of terrorism by their enemy or their supposed friends when, in fact, the Syrian masses are doing everything to oppose the terror imposed on them by the product of imperialism that seeks to kill them, well, it is not even any price to pay.
> The only problem is that these Syrian "masses" constitute only a fraction of the people--the Sunnis. The Alaouite, Shiite, Christian, and Kurdish masses are not only not with them, they are definitely threatened by the Sunni jihadists patronized by the sponsors paymasters, and armorers of the rebellion in Washington, Rihad, Qatar etc. The fact is that after eighteen months of fighting the insurgents have yet to elect a leadership qualified to speak in their name. Whyever not?
> Shane Mage
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