New York Times: Obama repeats in Syria the same Bush’s mistakes in Iraq!!
New York Times: Obama repeats in Syria the same Bush’s mistakes in Iraq
Monday 24 December 2012
Follow-up – and babysit – considered the “New York Times” U.S. President Barack Obama seems to be repeating in his approach with the Syrian crisis, the same mistakes made by his predecessor George W. Bush during the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, which sparked the region rather than calm them.
The newspaper said the U.S. – in comments reported on its website on Sunday – that the mistakes made by the Bush administration team in the planning stages before the war and reconstruction in Iraq, Obama administration seems to be repeating one after the other.
Turning the newspaper to talk about intelligence as the first of these errors, as in a time when the Syrian uprising has not been learned and the U.S. State Department little about the Free Syrian Army.
She said the Syrian Revolution اكتنفه element of surprise for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) alike, and overnight, became the identification of Syrian dissidents on the list of priorities for both.
The newspaper that President Obama seems like he did not even realize now, that there are some countries in the Middle East, which play a role Hadma in the civil war, Syrian as was the case in Iraq, where he was detained Syrian army free dozens of individuals from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard who pretended to be from revolutionaries.
And dealt with the newspaper “New York Times” America the formation of the Syrian opposition, who praised Obama Bashmuleth, and that seems to repeat the last of Bush’s mistakes in mixing democratic process and democratic outcome, Vahlgrezh which include the promotion of democracy often is instinct wrong, some groups seeking to ride the wave democracy only as it suits them, and then return to their guns .. Noting that in some cases, the best means of establishing democracy is marginalization, not integration.