SECOND POST – OCTOBER 8, 2012 – SYRIA’S ASSAD ACHIEVES FOUR MAJOR VICTORIES ON DIPLOMATIC FRONT; TURKEY’S ERDOGHAN SEEN SWIMMING IN ISTANBUL’S SEWERS
This has been a remarkable early October for Dr. Bashar Al-Assad. Let’s look at the victories: Hugo Chavez has been reelected president of Venezuela. Bedzina Ivanishvilli elected president of Georgia, ousting American chamberpot-wallah, Saakashvilli. Nouri Al-Maliki returns from Moscow with agreements favorable to Syria. Huge demonstations rock Ankara as Turkish citizens take to the streets to protest Erdoghan’s sick, malignant policies in the region. SyrPer is entertaining friends this evening with South African bubbly. You don’t want to miss it.
Venezuelan titan, Hugo Chavez, seen here only a few hours ago, raising the fist of his Bolivarian revolution as he wins again with a 54% plurality. All loyal Syrians remember his oil tankers which fueled the Syrian army’s war against the Saudi-Qatari-paid terrorists.
Syria will not have to worry about diesel fuel this winter as the withering assault on its secularism and progressive values gives way to Erdoghan’s follies. His staunch support for the people’s right to reject American and NATO imperialism has been validated by his clear and decisive victory over his comprador shoe-shine boy opponent. This is a major shot in the arm for Dr. Assad. It also means Venezuelan support at the U.N.
And now, with Bedzina Ivanishvilli confirmed as the new president of Georgia, the ducks are falling all in a row.
Courtesy of Toonpool. This worm of a man, this weasel, this Saakashvilli fraud, is now ready for the hangman’s noose. He dallied with the Russian Bear, thinking that NATO could not live without him. The Georgian people have given him the boot. He can now get on the train to his gulag in Americana.
While it will be a few months before Bedzina Ivanishvilli will take office, Moscow is already celebrating a massive victory for its foreign policy. Ivanishvilli is a billionaire who made his bones in Russia and is known to be friendly to the Kremlin. There can be no doubt that Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister, himself half Georgian, will be smacking his lips over this triumph with many toasts of vodka. Congratulations from SyrPer to Messrs. Putin and Lavrov.
But it gets better. Much better. Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri Al-Maliki, has just returned from one of the most important foreign policy ventures of his government in three and one half years. He met in Moscow with Sergei Lavrov and discussed Syria.
This picture of Nouri Al-Maliki smiling might get you five dollars off your next A&W hamburger. He’s quite shrewd, you know, and has that menacing look of a Barmecide minister.
But there’s a kicker to all this: Nouri Al-Maliki is the acting Defense Minister of Iraq. This has been conveniently overlooked by the ostrich-like Western media who might have otherwise seen some sinister machination in a high-level military delegation led by someone else in the cabinet. SyrPer can now confirm that Iraq is going to buy Russian S-300 anti-aircraft missiles which will, along with Syria and Iran, make this Crescent of Resistance even more invulnerable to crazed Saudi-inspired Turkish warmongers like Erdoghan.
The Russian system for Iraq will be integrated into a inter-regional defense system.
AND WHILE WE’RE ON THE SUBJECT OF ERDOGHAN, HERE’S THE FOURTH VICTORY FOR DR. ASSAD: Turks went wild in the streets of Ankara rocking the seat of power and bringing ever closer the military coup which SyrPer predicts is coming during the next few weeks.
We told you so. The Turkish people don’t want any involvement in the internal affairs of neighboring countries. Erdoghan ignores his people at his own peril.
We also reported that Abdallah Gul, the Turkish President, has experienced a falling out with Erdoghan over his obdurate support for Islamist terrorism. Gul does not want to be seen as a war criminal. Furthermore, Alevi officers are chafing at having to persist in provoking Syria, Iran and Russia. We’ll have lots more today.