Diplomacy seems to be the only option with Syria

The conflict ridden country which has seen continued clashes and civilian as well as military deaths since March last year, hasn’t seen much change rather things on the ground seem gloomier for the people of Syria who are battling not just the agitations within the country but conflicting opinions about the reality of the situation around the world making the end seem farther that they had imagined. While talks and discussions in the west and the middle east after Kofi Annan’s peace plan proposal for Syria was introduced, have gained renewed pace the extent of their impact is essentially a function of the receptiveness of the Assad administration in Syria which is facing increasing international pressure and internal security failure making the entire situation turn against the government which claims to have no part in the blood bath and civil disruptions which were a collective result of masked militia and hysteria created by the opposition as a means of turning the populace against the pro-Iranian government to facilitate American-Israeli interests in the region.

Assad is a tyrant that needs to step down

Lately, atrocities are taking place in various third world countries such as Syria that are deplorable.  Innocent victims are dying at the hands of their tyrannical governments that live on false accords (money, power, terror).  The United Nations peace making deals will never work unless the mentalities of evil dictator’s change and their demonic ways are condemned by their own higher power.  What I mean is it is going to take divine intervention to sway the mind of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad into understanding the demands of his country’s revolutionary endeavor and realize that the days of his rule with an iron first need to end.  I mean, there are snipers in Homs that are shooting innocent people that don’t obey an unfair curfew that is set in place.  Medical supplies are in demand in the Syrian cities that are in wartimes and it is imperative that the United Nations try and solve this situation before more lives are unnecessarily lost.


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