Assad Calls Out U.S. For Supporting Terrorism, Says EU “Not Dealing With The Cause Of Refugee Crisis”

AssadBy Brandon Turbeville

Adding to the voices of numerous researchers, activists, and now world leaders who are calling out the United States for its open support of terrorists and terrorism in Syria as well as its poorly-veiled support for ISIS, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad spoke out about the US terrorist connection as well as the refugee crisis currently unfolding in Europe.

In an interview with RT, Assad noted that Europe was “not dealing with the cause” of the crisis and that Syrians merely desire peace and security.

Assad stated “It’s not about that Europe didn’t accept them or embrace them as refugees, it’s about not dealing with the cause. If you are worried about them, stop supporting terrorists. That’s what we think regarding the crisis. This is the core of the whole issue of refugees.”


“If we ask any Syrian today about what they want, the first thing they would say – ‘We want security and safety for every person and every family’,” he added.

Assad suggested that all political forces should unite around what the Syrian people want, seeming to suggest that these forces should enter into dialogue with one another and reach mutually agreed upon solutions for moving forward.

Assad spoke highly of the diverse society that is (was) Syria, saying that all Syrians, of every ethnicity and sect, are a part of Syria and the “fabric” of what makes Syria the country it is (was).

Assad stated that political consensus must be reached between political forces in Syria but, first, terrorism must be defeated.

He stated,

If you want to implement anything real, it’s impossible to do anything while you have people being killed, bloodletting hasn’t stopped, people feel insecure.

I would like to take this opportunity to call on all forces to unite against terrorism, because it is the way to achieve the political objectives which we, as Syrians, want through dialogue and political action.

Assad went even further than Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov who stated that

Analyzing the actions of coalition member states, one cannot but suspect they have ulterior motives beyond the stated goal of fighting the Islamic State.

Some our colleagues among the coalition members told us they sometimes knew where certain ISIL regiments were stationed but the coalition’s command – which is, obviously, the US – did not give them the permission for an airstrike.

Lavrov also made a statement similar to those of Assad when he suggested that

If their goal is to prevent the consolidation of Iraqi and Syrian territories as the heartland of an ISIL-promoted caliphate, they should focus on helping those who are fighting these rebels on the ground – the Iraqi army, the Iraqi Kurds, the Syrian army and Syrian Kurdish militias.

If coalition forces acted together with the government of the Syrian Arab Republic – and not only their sworn ally, the Iraqi government – and harmonized their approaches with those of Syrian armed forces on the ground, the combined effect would have been much stronger than what we have now.

The United States has been supporting terrorists in Syria since day one, even long before reports of violence on the part of the “opposition” were ever produced in the West.[1] The United States has actively supported “rebel” factions indistinguishable from al-Qaeda and ISIS and attempted to portray these forces as moderates to the Western population back home. In reality, the overwhelming majority of these fighters were foreign jihadists, members of al-Qaeda, al-Nusra, and other related terrorist organizations. ISIS itself was entirely created by the West with its roots in al-Qaeda, a terrorist organization created by the West in the late 1970s.

[1] Turbeville, Brandon. The Road To Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault On Syria. Wilshire Press. 2013. http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStoreDetails.aspx?BookID=23813&ID=e489793f-d003-471a-9a4c-02f7e3df4d77

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Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, and The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria. Turbeville has published over 500 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

  • Jim McMexico

    Assad is one hundred percent correct. The U.S. government officials and officials of other nations and businesses, etc. who created and support the terrorists should be prosecuted for war crimes, crimes against humanity.

  • CMRedwood

    The seed of the Global War on Terror was the TPTB’s creation of Al-CIA-duh under the code name Operation Cyclone, a very long multi-billion dollar project. The fulcrum event launching the War on Terror was the 9/11 false flag attack. Operation Cyclone 2.0 (= ISIS) must have been an elaborate back up plan to fan the waning terrorism fear embers strategized long before Syria became the staging grounds. Before the GWOT, there was Operation Gladio (NATO sponsored false flags in Europe later metastasizing to other arenas) and when Gladio was scraped Turkish generals who knew too much fled to Russia for asylum revealing all they knew to Russian officials.

    So yes, ulterior motives. That’s how it ALWAYS is. Assad is between a rock and a hard place. Russia, on the other hand has enough goods on western intelligence to expose the whole charade but they won’t because the Hegelian n-dimensional chess game being played is to manufacture the “solution” of a global military and police force to fight ISIS and also the reason a congressional Declaration of War against ISIS is being floated. Precedents to roam freely around the globe exercising a license to kill rationalized on elite conjured boogeymen.

  • John C Carleton

    Assad will find out that the truth to the DC/NATO bunch, is like water and oil, the two just will not mix well.

  • How Not To Play The Game

    Supporting it? More like invented and perfected it. And what little 68 year old country near it all owns the USA’s body politic lock, stock and barrel? Follow the money.

    • TARDISOFGALLIFREY

      Greedy Jews are good at that!

  • Leydenzar

    it sucks to be right and it sucks to be a total walking pathetic moron american supporting true terror that is scum like terror torture murder incorporated as american as apple pie

  • geo1671

    During Slick Willy’s term–1996, he was presented with a demand–7 middle East countries be destroyed for greater Israel map. One remains Iran.
    Iran better stay away from jUSA interests. Iran deal is pending death wish. Once Syria is dealt with –Iran is next.

    • TARDISOFGALLIFREY

      Yup, we’re The United States of Israel.

  • Common Sense

    This thing is literally blowing up in their faces and the spell has worn off.
    People see the scam that it is and are pissed.
    This is the straw that broke the camels back and people everywhere are ready to go after the criminals.
    My advise to the criminals in all governments and all those who sided with them, find a place to hide because the avalanche has begun.
    Look at the comments everywhere and the reaction of the people.
    It’s not working anymore and people are seeing right through it.
    The pitchforks are coming out and there will be hell to pay.
    Never thought I would see the day and none too late thank God

  • TARDISOFGALLIFREY

    When I tell people this exact thing, The U.S. funds, arms, trains, & supports ISIS / ISIL at the behest of Israel, almost nobody believes me.

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