حرية التعبير الأميركية منعتني من التعليق على بوستات صفحة سفارتهم العفنة في دمشق (https://www.facebook.com/syria.usembassy) وحتى لدرجة حذفوا كل تعليقات السابقة.. اليوم كاتب السفير فورد تعليق جديد، وهذا ردي عليه
Their freedom of speech has banned me from posting very balanced different point of view than the one their embassy in Damascus, Syria try to show, they even deleted my previous posts! This is my reply to their latest post by their ambassador:
"What exactly did Robert Stephen Ford see in other Arab countries? Pieces of flesh of women and children in Iraq? Libya? Qana UN school with US weapons and Veto at UNSC? Gaza?
It's appalling to hear such things from the mastermind of Al Qaeda in Iraq and Algeria, the same group aligned with the criminal Muslim Brotherhood and Salafis who kill anybody who is not like them.
I wonder what really keeps you in Damascus?! Especially when you see the Syrian people are either loyalists to the west, we call them agents and traitors, or loyalists to their own government and you call them menhebbakjiyeh..
Mazut is short because your friends in the SNC terrorist groups blew up oil pipes, 'mazut' tankers, cutting commuting roads & railways from and to major cities.. How come we didn't see such shortages before you came to Syria Mr. Robert Stephen Ford? One can just wonder."
The ambassador replied indirectly to my indirect above post which was posted several times on his Facebook page by patriotic Syrians on my behalf, as follows:
"To Mora Mora Abeer aka Souzy al-Asad: We've let you post on our Embassy Facebook page, and we welcome serious debate. You can lecture me and the embassy FB page about freedom of speech the day the Syrian government that you so strongly support allows criticism of the Syrian government's security policies to be aired on Ikhbariya Souriya or Addounia or Qanat Souriya. Maybe someone could be on those networks from Bab Amro or Jasim or Khan Shaykhoun who lost family members to extrajudicial killing or tank shelling ? What concerns me the most about Syria right now is that one side refuses to recognize the legitimate grievances of the other side and by calling all peaceful protesters "terrorists" or "gangs" it makes finding a solution even harder. You asked why Syria hasn't seen fuel shortages before ? Syrian friends tell me that Syria has had fuel shortages before, such as in the 1980s. This time, they say, is worse. More recently, Syria has faced its part of the Arab Spring (which actually had little if anything to do with the United States) and its crisis now results from government repression, not anything that foreigners have done. You can't resolve a problem, you can't solve a crisis, until you acknowledge what it is. The ongoing bloodshed makes recognizing the source of the problem more urgent than ever." (https://www.facebook.com/syria.usembassy/posts/185532584878812)
The ambassador wants our state tv's to accept criticism in regards of 'security policies' from foreigners or their agents, we don't accept traitors and treason in our community as an acceptable point of view, even if they accept it somewhere else, look:
"My worst fear is that treason might become a point of view!"
- add Since when would any govt on this planet accept to discuss 'security policies' on tv programs?
He says his friends tell him that Syria witnessed before a crisis in 1980s and I think the US also witnessed a crisis in 1973-1974! Russia witnessed a revolution in 1917 and Rome lost a war to Persia in 623 AD!!! What stupidity!.. And who said it wasn't because of the USA? In the 80s, what the ambassador referred to, we had similar riots by the same terrorist group, the Muslim Brotherhood supported by Iraq's puppet president Saddam Hussein with Jordanian's Crown Prince then Prince Hassan, and of course US illegal child israrel!
I'd love to see the prove of "tank shelling" he mentioned, not in media reports, and not the after shelling or a tank moves, but actually a proof of a tank shelling a target in any city in Syria in a video clip showing the tank and the destroyed target, and i'll raise my hat & 21 fingers for him.
"Maybe someone could be on those networks from Bab Amro or Jasim or Khan Shaykhoun who lost family members to extrajudicial killing or tank shelling ? What concerns me the most about Syria right now is that one side refuses to recognize the legitimate grievances of the other side and by calling all peaceful protesters "terrorists" or "gangs" it makes finding a solution even harder"-
How does he know that those family members killed were because of 'extrajudicial killing' and who did the killing? if he have any info why not channeling it through Ministry of Foreign Affairs like any polite ambassador instead of arming gangs to take revenge?! Who said that the Syrian Govt starting with its Head the President didn't recognize the 'legitimate grievances of the' 'citizens' as there's no other side?! But attacking security posts with the encouraging of an ambassador of a foreign country led by crazy leadership that takes them to crazy wars and gets involved in crazy covert operations killing civilians worldwide, is not accepted not alone in Syria but everywhere else.. If the ambassador disagrees, then let him funnel our financial and weapons contribution to an armed OWS to protect themselves from the brutal Obama Regime, led by the same guy who drones US Citizens for differences in ideology in other countries overseas!
I totally agree with his last sentence: "The ongoing bloodshed makes recognizing the source of the problem more urgent than ever."
He should ask his friends to stop attacking and killing Syrian army, police, security and civilians, so we can have a clearer picture of who are the terrorists and who are the 'peaceful protesters'
The funny thing, the ambassador links the page to Human Rights Reports page under US Dept of State website, as if we trust what his war machine tells, remember former Secretary of State Collin Powell in the UNSC regarding mobile WMDs in Iraq to justify the war there? (http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/)