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Father Daniel, (right) and the Brothers and Sisters, in Syria, Qara, where they spent their life in helping the Syrian people, in Mar Yacub Monastery, over the years they witnessed the atrocities from the Jihadist and their support which came from Europe and the US. Now they are facing starvation through the CAESAR act.
Many people asked me to translate the Dutch/Flemish article into English. I think it’s very important to hear these voices, coming from a war-torn country through the eyes of Europeans, who have lived in Syria for many years.
Are we now experiencing the “dark times”, which Gilbert Keith Chesterton (+ 1936) predicted ? He predicted the collapse of our civilization with the
demolition of its morals, religious and cultural pillars. “People tend to look enthusiastically to the future because they are afraid of the past ”he wrote. But do we still have a future, are we entering this black period now?
The Schizophrenia Of The World Government
The way in which the Syrian people are increasingly strangled by the “international community” shows how Western leaders, with a lot of skills, can hide their selfish plans for the destruction of the Syrian people hiding behind their slogans and the most magnificent banners of human rights and humanitarian aid. But there is no international organization that can guarantee any justice or human dignity. On the contrary, for them the NGO’s from so-called Human Rights Organizations, the aggravated suffering of the Syrian people is to blame on the Syrian president, his government, his army, and their allies (Hezbollah and Russia). The mantra continues to be faithfully repeated by the media. Hence, every citizen of the world is called upon to punish these “guilty” and asked to help to destroy the country, kill the people, flee and now starve them to death. The fact that all this is simply a pretext for the Western powers to steal the raw materials and impose their will is not even discussed.
True, it is getting harder in Syria, the currency has devalued spectacularly. There is some tension among the Alawites themselves,