The Dutch debate on Syria at the parliament, where it was not about war crimes conducted in Syria, but administrative errors – FREESURIYAH

03-10-18 07:36:00,

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Yesterday the debate was held in the Dutch parliament about Syria, the support they gave to the so-called Syrian Rebels and their alleged warcrimes. First of all a few personal reflections, on the debate.

Right after the debate had started you could notice, how divided the Netherlands is. I would almost call it a sectarian partition of the so-called Dutch society and politics. For non-Dutch citizens it would look like an urealistic clownish theater show, with many political parties with their own sectarian agenda , how could one expect to compromise and how can you expect that they have any “human” feeling, with the Syrian people? They are pre-occupied with their own rules of power and  bureaucracy, only care about rules (complicated ones) and not speaking about people, but “lessons to be learned”, if the second WW wasn’t bad enough or Sebrenica, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Yemen, these people, who call themselves politicians and people’s representatives, only care for their own small group of people and unable to govern a country on ethics and humanity, the only common factor, or common ground,  is money and taxes and that is about it! A  political multinational, based on so-called “democracy prinicipals, they once read, long time ago, in books of the old Greek philosphers and constantly use and misuse this word”. It turned out to be a bunch of opinions unable to govern in a humanistic way. There was only one or two Parliament members who stood above the sectarian issue which downplayed in the parliament, that’s all!

The debate opened with, an example for sectarian rule, a representative of the Socialist Party, a  representative from Kurdish origin, she straight away came in conflict with the representative of the pro-Turkish party called DENK. You can imagine the issue: the Kurdish MP brought up the murder on the people of Sheik Maqsood (Kurdish neighborhood in Aleppo), as if the whole of Syria and the warcrimes committed by Jihadist (still called rebels), is the only group together with Jabhat Al Shamiya who committed crimes, Jahbat Al Shamiya was and is part of the Levant group,

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