By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis
In the name of fake principles and worthless values that they don’t respect in their homelands, the tyrannical gangster-regimes of the West have undertaken since 2011 an overtly murderous, genocidal project against Syria with the utmost ferocity. Playing on almost 100 years old colonial background of multifaceted falsification, distortion and corruption, the loathsome regimes of America, England and France coined the ridiculous term ‘Arab Spring’ for what was never a spring and for countries that were never ‘Arab’.
In a recently published article (Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab / http://www.turkishnews.com/en/content/2014/09/09/arab-nation-hoax-geared-to-falsify-islamic-history-ruin-varied-nations-disfiguratively-named-arab/), I explained analytically why all the countries from Mauritania to Oman and from Syria and Iraq to Sudan and Yemen are not Arab (with the exception of Saudi Arabia, the only truly Arab country in the world), do not have anything to do with the Arabic Nation, and cannot therefore be accepted as falsely described by the Western term.
The immorality of the deliberate foreign aggression was shared among the leading Western countries (that are ruled by the Freemasonic lodges and the Zionist lobby) and their local stooges, notably the fake kings of Saudi Arabia and Jordan, the trashy emirs of Kuwait, Qatar and UAE, and the ignorant, uneducated and idiotic trash of Recep Erdogan, Turkey’s charlatanesque president who is a Freemason pretty much like his chimpanzee-like prime minister, the Ashkenazi crypto-Jew Ahmet Davutooglu. Different motives brought all these gangsters together and, with a great deal of bribery and logistical support plus the dispatch of special units disguised as ‘Syrian rebels’, they spread destruction to a country that for many long decades had not harmed anyone else except itself.
Of course, the criminal nature of the events triggered by the Western aggression and the unprecedented bloodshed caused during the hostilities should have brought the aforementioned gangsters in front of the International Court of Justice for crimes against the Mankind, but this would have been an extraordinary surprise and an indication that the international community started repenting for the crimes committed in the name of humanity over the past 70 years.
It would however be wrong to consider that, facing the foreign aggression, the Syrian regime was an angelic institution. Syria may have been a dictatorship before and after the rise of Assad family in power, but this is an understatement. The Baath regime and the underlying ideology constituted a terrible deformation of Syria’s national identity, cultural integrity, and historical continuity. The ideological system that the Assad family has served and is still serving is not an internal theoretical product; it is an alien, colonial fabrication geared only to engulf its victims into an impasse that can only lead to developments such as those we already attested in Syria and in Iraq, in Libya and in Yemen, in Tunisia and in Sudan, in Lebanon and in Algeria, and like what we will soon observe in Egypt.
What Saddam Hussein in Iraq and Hafez al-Assad in Syria failed to detect is that the ideology they evoked was fabricated (by means of intermediaries like Michel Aflaq, a Christian Aramaean from Syria who studied in France) by their enemies in order to engulf all those who would accept and embrace it in a swamp of passivity and self-destruction. These clueless and dull leaders failed to understand the top equation in politics:
Passivity + Time = Destruction
The worst consequence of the widespread ideology of Baathism is that it prevented a proper nation-building effort to take place, and this happened because the governments and the peoples of Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Palestine and Jordan wrongly accepted that they are ‘Arabs’. Their false conviction is not exclusively due to Baathism; it would be wrong to assume this. In fact, since Day 1 after Napoleon disembarked in Egypt, all representatives of the colonial powers (France, England and America) promoted and imposed false theories, fake concepts, wrong data, and misleading directives that all had one common denominator, i.e. the assumption that the indigenous nations of all these Ottoman provinces were Arab.
When a nation fails to establish its historically correct identity, reassess its National History and Cultural Integrity, and write it down and popularize it as at the level of education, journalism and publications, the country is run by a fake ‘civic nation’ with no identity, no integrity, and no future. Nation-building effort means basically the reinstatement of a historical nation as an ‘ethnic nation’ with full access to its identity, historicity, personality and integrity.
To add perjury to infamy, the Western colonial Orientalists produced further fake ideological systems, notably the so-called Political Islam or Modern Islamism, which is not only a monstrous distortion of Islam itself but also an abrupt opposition to every notion of nation. By therefore promoting in parallel two opposite forces that destabilized the local societies, the Western colonial powers placed the puerile governments instituted in Syria, Iraq, etc. on zones of high seismic intensity that would assuredly lead to their destruction. As they did!
Syria is an Aramaean historical nation whereby the Muslims gradually abandoned Aramaic language for Arabic, as a consequence of their adhesion to Islam. This does not make them less Aramaeans in any sense. The Christians in Syria still speak Aramaic which is also the language of their holy scriptures. Apart from the Kurmanji (falsely named ‘Kurdish’) minority and some other minor ethnic groups (notably the Turkmens, the Circassians, the Armenians, etc.), all Syrians, Muslims or Christians, are Aramaeans.
This reality is unsurpassable.
If the Syrian government has the intention to uproot the long standing threat against its existence and set up the basis of a national renaissance, the first measures to take are not military of nature. The country must
1- abolish the fake, disreputable and self-catastrophic name of Arab Republic
2- reflect its identity in its name
3- be named Aram Nahrain (Aram – Mesopotamia, as it occupies part of the land between the two rivers)
4- declare Aramaic only as its official language – with Arabic being the religious language for Muslims
5- launch a new educational system with Aramaic as the main language & organize seminars for all generations of Syrians to learn Aramaic
6- translate the Quran to Aramaic for later use by the country’s Muslims (as Islam’s holy book is translated to Turkish in Turkey, Farsi in Iran, Azeri in Azerbaijan, Urdu in Pakistan, Af Somali in Somalia, and so on), and
7- rewrite Syria’s National History in a way promoting Aramaean National Identity and Historical Continuity, duly popularize it, help all Syrians reassess themselves culturally and politically, and thus eliminate all the Arab trash
If another country cares about Syria’s future and the well-being of the Aramaean Syrian Nation, that country should help Damascus carry out a magnificent project of national re-affirmation.
The US and its European allies are the last countries in the world that would care to help a third nation; their vicious and inhuman attitudes have been demonstrated in many cases from Afghanistan to Iraq to Somalia.
Similarly, the sectarian regimes of Saudi Arabia and Jordan cannot help first because these countries are already fake, technical entities and second because their regimes consist of the world’s most villainous gangsters, and of Western puppets.
Iran may have helped Syria militarily and the Iranian help was effective against the Syrian renegades and traitors who fought against their country for just some thousands of dollars, but all this happened at a very high price, namely the promotion of forms of Islamism that prevail already in Iran, thus making the country of the Ayatullahs another type of colonial byproduct made in the Freemasonic ateliers of the West. Iran cannot help Syria stop being a colonial byproduct.
Russia may have helped Syria militarily and diplomatically and the Russian help was effective against Europe and America, particularly within the context of the UN Security Council, but the Russian diplomatic support is unable to help Damascus reconstruct (or rather construct from scratch, because the task had never been undertaken before 2011) its national identity, cultural integrity, and historical continuity. This is due to the very mistaken perception of Syria, of the Arabic-speaking peoples, of the so-called Middle East, and of the Orient in its entirety that the Russian academics, intellectuals, diplomats, strategists, and rulers have shaped, because they were systematically misled by the French and English Orientalists. Russia has a very wrong perception of the historical realities of the wider region, and this happens despite the undisputed fact that all major data, points, issues and details are accurately known to them. Several years ago, I published a long article only to introduce the problematic issue; the title was ‘Why Russia always failed in the Middle East’ (www.afroarticles.com/article-dashboard/Article/Why-Russia-always-failed-in-the-Middle-East/72601). The article was translated to Russian by INOSMI, an outlet of the Federal Agency on Press and Mass Communications of Russia (http://inosmi.ru/world/20080203/239339.html?id= / Почему Россия всегда терпела неудачи на Ближнем Востоке). The epicenter of the article, and respectively of the misplaced Russian academic and diplomatic approach to, and perception of, the Orient, is the thoughtless acceptance of the Arab Nation hoax as truth.
Turkey could have helped Syria; Turkey can help Syria; and Turkey should help Syria. In fact, Syria is an immorally, illegally and criminally detached province of the Ottoman Empire that the Western colonial powers ostensibly called ‘Turkey’ – which gives de facto right to any Turkish government to annex and re-incorporate its former provinces.
The first problem is that Turkey did not help Syria, because Turkey itself has become since 2002 a target for colonization by the Freemasonic-Zionist regimes of Paris, London and Washington D.C. Turkey’s colonization did not take the form of either military occupation (as in the cases of Egypt-1798, Algeria-1830, Palestine-1917, etc.) or the recently launched ‘Arab Spring’ (as in the cases of Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Syria since 2011). Turkey’s colonization took a very sophisticated form that involved
a. intimidation carried out by the US, UK, French, EU, and NATO leaders against Turkey’s top military in order to disallow them from carrying out a military coup against a Turkish Islamist government that has repeatedly and systematically since 2002 acted against the principles of Kemal Ataturk’s laic state that gathers overwhelming support among the citizens of the viciously targeted country
b. promotion of a fake Islamist party under a new vulgar, villainous and demagogic elite, after the marginalization of the former prime minister Necmettin Erbakan, who was known for his pro-German feelings and his rejection of the French-English-American evilness
c. vast Freemasonic-Zionist infiltration in Turkey, which was accepted by the fake Islamist government, because it functioned as both, gradual consolidation of the fake Islamists in the government and progressive disablement of the military establishment
d. full re-adjustment of Turkey’s society, administration, diplomacy, and policy to the post-colonial norms and standards imposed on the petty states of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Algeria, etc. after the physical departure of the colonial administrations and the subsequent beginning of the fictional independence of those trashy realms, and
e. full utilization and instrumentalization of disoriented, besotted and demented Turkey’s Islamist government as per the needs of the Freemasonic – Zionist scheme – as fully attested since 2002 in many cases, notably Turkey’s Caucasus policy and Turkey’s favorable stand toward the vicious ‘Arab Spring’ phenomenon.
The second problem is that Turkey does not help Syria, because of the existence in Ankara of the dissonant, anti-republican, anti-laic, anti-democratic Islamist government. Yet, the type of help needed for Syria (as per the above suggestions 1 to 6) reflects exactly what policies Mustafa Kemal Pasha implemented in Turkey before three century quarters (1923-1938). In fact, events like the demand of the vilayet of Mosul (1923, known as Mosul Question) and the annexation of Hatay (1938-1939) demonstrate that Kemal Ataturk clearly viewed the territories of Syria, Lebanon and Iraq as genuine and rightful parts of his state. Had he have a chance to avoid major war, he would annexed these fake countries and former provinces to implement there the same policies as those implemented in Turkey. For those historical lands of the Aramaeans, annexation to Kemal Ataturk’s Turkey would normally mean Aramaean Identity reaffirmation and elimination of the colonial Arab trash.
Ataturk’s rejection by the self-disastrous Islamist administrations of Turkey takes therefore a very troublesome form in the case of Ankara’s policy toward Damascus.
Implementing anti-Ataturk policies and practices in Turkey, Erdogan destroys Turkey.
Implementing anti-Ataturk policies and practices in Syria, Erdogan destroys Syria.
It all has to do with the ineptitude, the incompetence, the deficiency, the meagerness, and the delusion of the Political Islam or Modern Islamism in general. Turkey’s military have still the chance to overthrow the worthless and disastrous administration, irrespective of what the monstrously anti-Turkish English, French and American diplomats, military and statesmen may say. This would be the best political option for both, Turkey and Syria.
The third problem is that, if the Turkish military do not overthrow Erdogan and redefine Ankara’s policy toward Damascus and with the aforementioned as basic guidelines, not only Syria but also Turkey will collapse. It will be too late for the Turkish people and patriots then to lynch the idiotic Islamists of the AKP administrations and to throw in the streets of Ankara the dead bodies of the top Turkish military who – corrupt and bribed by the NATO Freemasonic headquarters – advise for cooperation and agreement with Turkey’s worst enemies, namely Paris, London, Brussels and Washington D.C.
A quite interesting article was published few days ago in the Globalist as a plead for al-Assad’s Syria (The Inevitable Reemergence of Assad as a U.S. Ally) by Behzad Yaghmaian, an Iranian – American professor; it has a certain value and realism as it goes against the tide, refuting the Freemasonic – Zionist vilification of Bashar al-Assad and his beleaguered country. However, this approach stays quite superficial, and if everything happens as per the wishes of the article’s author that I also share to some extent, Syria will merely be left with all the problems that this technical entity without national identity and cultural integrity had in 2010 or in 1970 (rise of Hafez al-Assad though a coup known as Corrective Movement), in 1966 (Salah Jadid’s coup), in 1963 (rise of Baath party through a coup known as 8 March revolution), in 1961 (coup, separation and independence of Syria from the United Arab Republic – UAR, the most idiotic post-colonial attempt in the world), in 1958 (union with Egypt into UAR), in 1954 (coup against Adib al-Shishakli), in 1949 (three successive coups during one year, successively undertaken by Hussni al-Zaim, Sami al-Hinnawi, and Adib al-Shishakli) and in 1946 (fake independence from France).
I herewith republish the integral text of Prof. Yaghmaian’s article.
The Inevitable Reemergence of Assad as a U.S. Ally
The only option for the United States to defeat the Islamic State and end the refugee crisis.
By Behzad Yaghmaian, October 4, 2014
The Syrian refugee crisis is now the worst humanitarian crisis after the Rwandan genocide back in 1994. The situation demands an immediate response by the wealthier nations of the world, as well as a workable and lasting solution to the civil war in Syria.
A reassessment of the strategy in the current campaign against the Islamic State is central to stabilizing Syria and solving the refugee crisis. In its current formation, the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State is composed of forces that lack the willingness or the capability to shoulder the task.
As a short-term solution, the UN has called for the acceptance of 100,000 vulnerable refugees by other countries. The EU and other rich states have shown little interest.
In the long term, however, any solution to the refugee crisis rests on lasting political stability in Syria. Defeating the Islamic State and other ultra-violent groups is pivotal to this objective.
Millions of Syrians left their homes to escape the indiscriminate bombing and the targeting of civilians by the Assad regime.
The refugee crisis takes on new dimensions
Most of the refugees, as anybody walking the streets of Istanbul these days can see, are women and children. They beg for money, any money, when cars are stopped in traffic at red lights. And they sit diminutively on Istanbul’s sidewalks, playing away forlornly on a little flute, hoping to find the occasional generosity of a passer-by.
However, the refugee crisis entered a new turning point with the fast territorial victories of the Islamic State. The Islamic State’s random violence, mass killing of innocent people and kidnapping and rape of young girls have been the main reasons for the recent exodus of Syrians.
Stopping further displacement of Syrians and reversing the tide of the refugee movement requires the removal of the Islamic State from captured territories in Syria and Iraq.
The current U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State is unlikely to achieve this. Its failure will force the displacement of the Kurds and many more who withstood the violence of Assad’s regime and did not leave their homes.
The situation demands boldness and clear-headedness in making the right choices.
A coalition that includes forces truly opposed to the Islamic State is needed to achieve victory against the group. The moderate anti-Assad forces that President Obama called to arm and train have been destroyed or rendered inconsequential by the regime and the radical opposition groups.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the other regional Arab states in the coalition remain committed to using radical Muslim groups in Syria and Iraq in their proxy war with Iran. Their participation in the coalition against the Islamic State is at best cynical.
The Assad government – the best path to success
As difficult as this is to accept, the Assad government, the original cause of the refugee crisis, may be among the only hopes for turning the tide. Assad has every reason to defeat the Islamic State at this point. Success in fighting against the Islamic State hinges upon a tacit or active coordination of activities with Assad and his supporters, including Iran.
Insisting on the removal of Assad from power weakens the possibility of containing or defeating the Islamic State, stabilizing Syria and helping a peaceful and voluntary repatriation of the Syrian refugees to their homes.
Assad needs to be guaranteed a place in the future government of Syria after the defeat of the Islamic State and other radical Muslim groups. This seems to be the only road to success.
The world faced similar choices in the past. Right decisions were made in some cases. The alliance between the Soviet Union and its ideological enemies, the United States, Great Britain and France, proved pivotal in defeating fascism in WWII.
No one had any illusion about Stalin’s brutality at home. It took a long time for the Americans to accept Stalin’s call for cooperation against Hitler. In the end, the Americans and others accepted the offer, working with one ideological enemy, to defeat an immediate and devastating threat to the stability of the world.
We are facing a similar situation today. A Syria with Assad is far preferable to a prolonged civil war, or a country carved up and ruled by the Islamic State. This is true for the Syrian refugees and the rest of us elsewhere in the world.