Michel Gurfinkiel



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Friday, September 13 2013

France/ Departing For Syria - Or Not

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#2 kleinjude on 2013-09-20 10:39 (Reply)
Sir, I wish to follow up on the sharp analysis made by Michel Gurfinkiel on the Syrian crisis & add some comments. To-day our Western powers ought to realize, much to their dismay, that the Russians are strongly entrenched in the Middle East. And you bet they are there to stay. As a Nation that produced world renown chess champions over the years, they moved a Bishop (Syria) overlooking the Suez canal, a strategic outlet for Europe's oil & a horse (Iran )that sits right across to where the oil is actually flowing, in the Persian gulf, on the way to Europe & the US. A dire warning to those, who, as Michel Gurfinkiel describes like to throw their weight arround claiming the Near East as some sort of a divine inheritance. What all this means is thazt the West is no longer the sole self-named ruler there. It's a different game now. The sooner the West recognizes this new reality & chooses to come to terms with our Russian neighbours the better we'll be off this coming winter when the mercury on the thermometer dips below 0°C... May I make a second point. Our Western powers have to furhter realize that times are gone when with two strokes of a pencil over a map you could plunder the conquered Ottoman empire by carving it up into phatasy States. Such artificial States imagined by our capable ''geographers'', Mr Sykes & Monsieur Picot, were based mainly on the presence of an oil-rich underground often incompatible with the genuine ethnic criteria of the populations living there. An unforgivable & irresponsible Western blunder. After such an injustice, no wonder the daily bloodshed there. My last point, if I may. Only to recall Pres. Obama's poor showing in the Syrian crisis, when he backed down at the prospect of a showdown with Pres. Assad which led to the disillusion of his Arab allies, especially the Saudis. He thus severely compromised US's patented ''protector'' role dating back to the Roosevelt-Ibn Aziz accords on the cruiser ship Quincy in 1945. The Russians need only to wait; the ripe fruit will fall into their mouth...

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