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By David Vance On August 2nd, 2011 at 7:48 am

I read that pressure is “mounting” on the United Nations to take a decisive stance against the Syrian regime as President Bashar al-Assad’s forces bombed the city of Hama for a second consecutive day in an attempt to crush a four-month-old popular uprising.

Boy Bashar is behaving as he always has – he is a thug and a bully and I have been saying so for years. As a catspaw for Iran, his regime is a long standing disgrace. However, he can kill as many as he wants because as UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has intimated, the Arab League is going to do NOTHING. Here we see the reality of the UN – it is in thrall to the sensitivities of the Arab League and those other thugs and despot nations it proudly numbers amongst its membership. The UN is a moral cesspit and is way beyond reform. There needs to be a revolution with all freedom loving Nations leaving it and forming a new clean and worthy successor to the ideals it once espoused.


By David Vance On July 12th, 2011 at 9:36 am

Readers of ATW will know I have long been a critic of Boy Bashar, the thug who runs Syria. But much more enlightened people than me such as Hillary Clinton, were quick to point out that Bashar was a force for good.

“Secretary of State Hillary Clinton actually praised Syrian dictator Bashar al-Asad. She said that “members of Congress” who have gone to Damascus (notably Senator John Kerry who should henceforth be known as an apologist for an oppressive anti-American dictator), have found Bashar al-Asad to be a “reformer.”

Yes, well some reformer, Hillary. Fast forward to yesterday;

The US Secretary of State has said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has “lost legitimacy”, amid diplomatic tension between the two countries. Speaking after a crowd attacked the US embassy in Damascus, Hillary Clinton said Mr Bashar was “not indispensable”.

To whom? Is she suggesting the US actually props him up? If not, who is? And why is she only now seeing that which has been obvious for a long time? Bashar is a prototype tyrant, an ally of Iran, an enemy of democracy and freedom. That John Kerry could have determined him a reformer should make you give thanks he never became President. That said, the Obama regime seems completely out of its depth right across the Middle East as the arc of Islam evolves.


By David Vance On July 5th, 2011 at 7:38 am

The almost casual approach taken by the Obama regime towards the bruality of the Assad thugocracy is exposed in this most excellent article. You see almost 1700 innocent people have been slaughtered by this most savage of regimes and here is what La Clinton has to say on the subject;

“I am disheartened by the recent reports of continued violence on the borders and in Aleppo, where demonstrators have been beaten, attacked with knives by government-organized groups and security forces.” And she added “We regret the loss of life, and we regret the violence.”

Regret? Disheartened? What SORT of response is that? As the author goes on to say;

“The State Department is urging Syrian dissidents who are seeing their friends and colleagues shot down by Assad’s snipers to “dialogue” with his regime. Not only the moral but the strategic gains for the United States from his downfall — Iran’s loss of its only Arab ally, its Mediterranean port, its border with Israel via Hezbollah; Hamas’s loss of its headquarters in Damascus; the end of an enemy regime that has the blood of thousands of Americans on its hands in Iraq — appear invisible to this White House.”

It is remarkable to see how weak and gutless the Obama regime has been on the Syrian brutality.