SYRIA: The Western Rogue States Must Confess Their Crimes Against Humanity And Be Held Accountable


“The West must go beyond simply stopping its financing of terrorism and the supply of weapons. The West must confess to its crimes against the Syrian people in order to be forgiven. The West must lift the economic sanctions which are a siege upon the Syrian people and it must allow the Syrian people to rebuild in peace without meddling in their affairs. The Syrian people will rebuild according to what the Syrian people want not what the East or the West want. The West has sold the idea that this war was against President Assad but in reality it was against the will of a nation and the people of that nation must be respected.”

– Reverend Ibrahim Nseir
Presbyterian Church of Aleppo, Syria

Friends of Syria

by Vanessa Beeley
A restaurant, beneath the Citadel in Aleppo, displaying 2019 New Year signs. (Photo: Vanessa Beeley)

The West and its allies in the Gulf States, Turkey and Israel have waged an eight year war against the Syrian people. The West has besieged, starved and deprived the Syrian people of humanitarian aid while pouring “aid” into the areas controlled by their extremist sectarian proxy armies.

The West has violated international law and it has enabled the destruction of Syria’s history, heritage and cultural footprint. The West has behaved as a collective rogue state without conscience and without pity for a people its media has systematically dehumanised to enable such a crime to take place.


Christmas 2018 in Damascus, Old City, without mortars from Eastern Ghouta since its liberation in April 2018. (Photo: Vanessa Beeley)

Despite this war of attrition and despite battling disproportionate force, the Syrian people have refused…

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2 thoughts on “SYRIA: The Western Rogue States Must Confess Their Crimes Against Humanity And Be Held Accountable

    1. Best wishes for the new year 2019, Lo. The way time seems to fly, one might feel Buddha was accurate when he stated, focused on the ephemeral/brief nature of life contrasted with eternity, that “an incarnation is like the dew on a blade of grass.” So, people might choose to “hurry up, and take your time”. 🙂 At any rate, the constant evolutionary process with awesome enlargement of higher and higher consciousness as its fixed, most powerful aspect moves forward unstoppable.

      Peace.

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