RUSSIA HAS DUMPED ASSAD BUT WILL THAT STOP THE INTRIGUE IN SYRIA?
II. Clear Steps in the Transition[source : Action Group for Syria - Final Communiqué - 30 June 2012, UN, http://www.unog.ch/unog/website/news_media.nsf/%28httpNewsByYear_en%29/18F70DBC923963B1C1257A2D0060696B?OpenDocument, 30/06/2012]
The conflict in Syria will only end when all sides are assured that there is a peaceful way towards a common future for all in Syria. It is therefore essential that any settlement provides for clear and irreversible steps in the transition according to a fixed time frame. The key steps in any transition include:
• The establishment of a transitional governing body which can establish a neutral environment in which the transition can take place. That means that the transitional governing body would exercise full executive powers. It could include members of the present government and the opposition and other groups and shall be formed on the basis of mutual consent.
The key is "mutual consent". The opposition will not consent to Assad being part of the transition. Therefore Assad is finished. He has been dumped by Russia. In other words Russia is now complicit in the plan for regime change that was revealed to General Wesley Clark shortly after the inside job 9/11.
Last year the City of London's golden boy Medvedev acquiesced in this conspiracy by not opposing UN SCR 1973 which allowed NATO to bomb Libya to bits to install al Qaeda.
But with Putin now in power some defence of Syria had to be shown, but in the end Russia has acquiesced...again.
The text of the agreement reached yesterday does not condemn those who are interfering in Syria and arming and financing the rebels, instead merely stating an opposition to the militarization of the conflict and a statement that Syria's national sovereignty be respected.
IV. Rapid steps to come to a Credible Political Agreement
It is for the people of Syria to come to a political agreement, but time is running out. It is clear that:
• The sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Syria must be respected.
8. Action Group members are opposed to any further militarization of the conflict.
But will the rebels still get arms and finance? Will they implement a coup in the next few months to install a Sunni government that will persecute non-Sunnis? And will NATO support such a coup? And what will be the response of this transition government be to war on Iran?
Russia stopped its delivery of the S300 air system to Syria. Why?
OK. That's Syria neutralised. Iran is next.