US Secretary of State John Kerry is calling for a ceasefire in Syria and more aid access to Aleppo where the rebel-held areas are being cut off.
As Syrian forces and their allies complete the encirclement of Aleppo, Syria’s largest city, it is becoming increasingly obvious the US and its allies are responding directly to the collapse of their proxy forces across the country.
When the NATO proxies are gaining ground, the calls are unanimous in wanting Assad to go….but when the SAA (Syrian Arab Army) starts gaining ground however, the calls are for a “ceasefire.”
Activist post reports:
Thus, as the SAA continues to make immense gains across Syria and as the battle for Aleppo has all but seen the terrorists huddled inside the city completely eradicated, Secretary of State John Kerry is calling for a ceasefire at the top of his lungs.
World powers pressed Russia on Wednesday to stop bombing around Aleppo in support of a Syrian government offensive to recapture the city and a Western official said Moscow had presented a proposal envisaging a truce in three weeks’ time.
Secretary of State John Kerry is pushing for a ceasefire and more aid access to Aleppo, where rebel-held areas are being cut off and the United Nations has warned a new humanitarian disaster could be on the way.
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Kerry is hoping for agreement at a meeting in Munich on Thursday between Russia, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Iran and other powers, aimed at trying to revive peace negotiations that foundered earlier this month.
Of course, Kerry calls for peace now only because his terrorist proxies are losing and doing so decisively. They are all but surrounded in the largest city in Syria and it is only a matter of time before they cease to exist there as a relevant fighting force. Latakia province is almost entirely liberated. The border with Jordan is virtually sealed. The Turkish border is in the process of being sealed and the Jarablus corridor is slowly being shut. Even Raqqa, the terrorist stronghold, is now being assaulted by the SAA and Russian Air Force.
Kerry’s whining about “peace” now – after his deck of cards has fewer Aces – is hardly believable since it is the United States, NATO, Israel, the GCC, and Turkey that are responsible for the Syrian crisis to begin with. Indeed, as Patrick Henry once stated, “Gentlemen, may cry ‘Peace!’ ‘Peace!’ – but there is no peace!”
Of course, Kerry is not a gentlemen and the country he represents is much more reminiscent of the imperialist British Empire than the context in which Henry uttered his famous words. Nor is Kerry actually calling for peace. He is calling for the destruction of a people and their way of life and for the annihilation of their secular government in favor of a puppet regime as first choice or an impotent jihadist state as a consolation prize. Peace is only the cover story designed to allow jihadist savages breathing room to regroup and launch yet another assault.
It is the Syrian people and their military who are now in the position of being the country the world is watching to see whether or not a small population of proud people are able to resist the onslaught of a powerful conglomerate of nations bent on its destruction. It is Syria that represents a true resistance to imperialism.
John Kerry can call for his phony “peace” all he wants but he knows that his terrorists’ days are numbered. Even while his press conferences call for ceasefires, the terrorists are calling for emergency assistance because they also know their time is short.
Five years on and the Syrian people, along with their military, have demonstrated that their determination and refusal to submit to foreign demands are as powerful an idea as the desire to impose that foreign will on the part of the Western powers.
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