Radwan Ziadeh Calls For War On Syria

State Dept Tool Radwan Ziadeh With Hillary

US State Department tool Radwan Ziadeh today called for a war on Syria.  Speaking on Aljazeera’s prime-time, evening newscast “daily harvest”, Washington’s favorite Syrian “human rights activist” did not actually utter the word “war”, but that word is rarely used even by the powers that wage the war.  Instead he opted for the agreed upon euphemism of “international protection.”  He went on to explain “international protection” would be justified under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter.  Like the minute fraction of Arabs (they are always a minute fraction) that previously supported Western wars on Iraq and Libya, Ziadeh and a handful of like-minded friends are quick to cite Chapter 7 as a “legal basis” for their self-serving collaboration and a fig leaf for their treason.  This is not the first time Ziadeh has expressed his support for a potential war on Syria, but he’s never been as clear as he was today.

Short of the American military invasion and occupation of Syria which Ziadeh is hoping for, at which time he can fly into Damascus on a US Air Force C-17 like Ahmad Chalabi arrived in Iraq, he is unlikely to ever return to the country where he would certainly be arrested and put on trial for treason regardless if the current regime remains in power or not.  Ziadeh, who has appeared before anti-Syrian, Zionist groups, has also expressed his willingness, in the event he becomes part of a Western-installed regime in Damascus, to recognize the Zionist entity and continues his silence on Israel’s occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights.

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  1 comment for “Radwan Ziadeh Calls For War On Syria

  1. November 16, 2011 at 4:29 PM

    How are things in Mom’s basement, O ikhras?  From your bunker you issue these uninformed, gossipy and wholly peevish denunciations. How like the Syrian regime you are, only able to sputter out SANAized bumf, disengaged from reality, cloaked by anonymity, rewriting events to fit within your demented frame of reference.

    All hail Ikhras, the hooded, basement-dwelling venture of American Arabs who are very comfortable in the West. The hooded, anonymous remnant of The Vanguard.

    All hail Ikhras, the demented Naysayer who dares not speak its name.

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