Tag: Bashar al-Assad


Here’s How The Latakia Tragedy – Nay, Conspiracy! – Might Have Played Out

Well-intentioned guesswork (a.k.a. “conspiracy theorizing”) argued on a rational basis could present a plausible explanation for a seemingly inexplicable event whose official narrative doesn’t seem to add up amidst an ever-increasing number of inconsistencies.  There are a plethora of theories about what happened on the fateful night of 17 September […]



Bashar al-Assad Has Become The Invisible Man to Commentators on the Putin-Trump Press Conference

Reactions from the first ever Putin-Trump press conference have been all too predictable with the following narratives being offered from those coming from various editorial and ideological viewpoints. Liberal/mainstream media reaction This group of individuals both in a professional and social media capacity have been quick to criticise the press […]





Does Anybody Really Believe That Iran’s “Advisors” Are Unarmed Non-Combatants?

The controversy over Iranian “advisors” in Syria and their actual battlefield function is nothing more than a word game designed to delay the “phased withdrawal” of Tehran’s forces. The US, “Israel”, and even Russia have called for the withdrawal of Iranian troops from Syria, albeit for different reasons and expressed […]


Syrian President Assad Plans to Visit Kim Jong-un. The Timing of This Announcement is Crucial

Syria has long been the DPRK’s (North Korea) closest ally in the Arab world. Beginning in 1970, Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad developed a close relationship with DPRK founder and head of state Kim Il-sung as both leaders secured a close trans-regional partnership. The friendship continues to this day with recent […]