Monday, April 24, 2017
Confusion on the "left" over Syria
There is a lot of confusion as to what is going on in Syria.
I am sharing here what I posted on another Facebook page in response to some leftists supporting the U.S. backed Syrian "rebels:"
When we end this Wall Street tyranny with its imperialist agenda right here in our own country people everywhere will be able to achieve liberty, justice and democracy and all the two-bit half-assed fascist dictators all over the world will come tumbling down.
The Syrian people never asked for the United States to meddle in their affairs and throw their country into violence.
The Syrians had large and very influential Marxist parties. I don't see any of the Syrian Communist Parties supporting these so-called "rebels" intent on doing the same thing in Syria the SPLA has done in Sudan; are you even aware of what has happened in Sudan?
You conveniently ignore the influence of the United Arab Republic which included Syria--- which the Wall Street imperialists opposed. There is a lot more to history than just Assad. I never see any of you supporters of the "rebels" who are concerned about history mention the anti-imperialist Nasser years.
I'm wondering if you don't fear that Assad may be moving in the direction Nasser was moving?
We do know from history that it is possible for those like Assad to move with the people in opposition to U.S. imperialism... more so than these so-called "rebels" financed, armed and provided military support by U.S. imperialism.
General Wesley Clark long ago exposed the fact that the U.S. generals and politicians were itching for wars in seven countries and Syria is one of those countries, as is the Sudan; and Iraq, Iran, etc.
Isn't our goal and objective to stop U.S. imperialist intervention in these countries so the people of these countries can determine their own destinies?
I really don't think those of you who support these "rebels" have given full thought to what is going on.
If you support the U.S. backed Syrian "rebels" do you also back the SPLA and the violence and mayhem George Bush instigated which led, very conveniently, to oil rich South Sudan breaking away from Sudan and now Exxon-Mobil just signed "agreements" for oil with South Sudan--- the oil Sudan wanted to nationalize for the benefit of the people of all Sudan?
And don't you feel kind of strange supporting the same "rebels" Donald Trump is supporting?
When and where has U.S. imperialism ever supported the legitimate democratic will of any people? Wall Street does not even acknowledge such for our own people.