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This post was edited by leiztorc at 2016-3-17 14:18|
US and Russia are talking but there is little in Syria's interest.
In which direction should Syria proceed? A grand plan that globally rational people will consider it viable. Whatever that route is, one thing is for sure, sectarian religion politics must end so that focus is genuinely on a secular society that is properly administered by modern law with a modern economy.
Syrians know who wants them dead but Syria should not harbor revenge because that will throw Syria back another few decades more. Syria needs to draw in huge economic-driven-nations to help construct its future economy, with it modern technology too. An industry based on agriculture is well suited to Syria. Its land mass caters to growing and trading agriculture produce in a huge way. Today's agriculture based industry is not merely about planting but it encompasses medicine, nutrition, popular fanciful food chains, agro-tourism, exquisite dining and even highly automated food and drink manufacturing backed by highly automated warehousing. World class finance and legal system is needed to drive such an economy. That's why venegence has no room in Syria.
Syria's challenge is in identifying nations to help in drafting and executing these plans, from those which have no interest in seeing Syria fails nor have roles in US military alignment. A combination of Germany-Switzerland-China-Korea will be good.
If Syria does succeed in turning around into a vibrant secular society with an average GDP per capita of say USD23,000/=, it will need a strong army to protect its wealth. It must build this defence with its small population and have some dependable military alliances. And Syria won't succeed here if it leans even the slightest to religious sectarian thinking and ideology. Syria's psychology must be recalibrated to achieve the type of success that it can. Religion is always a personal thing. Many civilizations have collapsed because of religion influenced wars. When a nation nationalizes a particular religion, it marginalizes others and with it capable people of other religion and those who are atheist. Syrians should realise this, stand up and be recognized. Syria is not about seeking vengeance nor is it about perpetuating sectarian religious ganging up, its about the well-being of its people, to be able to stand up proudly even after what devil foreign sovereigns had done to it - much like what China suffered a century ago.
The culprit nation that needs to cover up its atrocities against Syria probably has to bribe powerful nations to protect it and that price ought to approximate as much as what 600,000 square kilometres of fertile land can produce for the next 300 years. By right this ought to be the compensation that Syria receives. Syria has to remember that it isn't going to get this. Everyone in this world know who the exact culprit nation is - very inhuman indeed such a country. So the world should refrain from trading with such a nation. In fact to be safe, this culprit nation ought to be broken up so that its destructive venom is permanently destroyed. Europeans and Russians ought to be wary as this nation sits just at their neighborhood.