Kassioun Editorial 1042: Responding to the Resentment, an Entry Point for the Solution

Kassioun Editorial 1042: Responding to the Resentment, an Entry Point for the Solution

The entirety of humanity is experiencing a violent struggle in the face of the Western project, with its new-old coordinates, which seeks within “The Great Reset” to jump over the intractable capitalist crisis through a criminal vertical expansion after the possibilities of getting out of crises through horizontal expansion have ended.

The “new” project is an additional shift after neoliberalism and after globalization, and is a development of neo-Malthusianism, towards the absolute atomization of human beings and under various banners starting from the “human rights” slogans, passing through the disintegration of the family institution and other social safety nets, and ending with finishing off any active and independent existence of state agencies throughout the world. This is always and forever done through direct and indirect tools, the most important of which are corrupt regimes specialized in plundering and suppressing their peoples for the benefit of the Western center.
Russia and China in particular are playing the role of directly confronting this project based on the national necessities of the two countries, foremost of which is the necessity of remaining in the face of a project that is not looking for competition and quotas as much as it is looking for a complete and comprehensive appropriation that no longer has any other alternative to preserve the survival of its global system.
The Middle East, throughout history, has been the arena that plays a significant role in resolving the balance of international conflict, and it continues to be so today as well. Syria, within this East, was and still is a major key in this conflict and has even become the center of gravity, in which how the conflict is resolved determines whether or not “The Great Reset” is implemented.
Russia and China, in turn, are suffering from internal problems resulting from their adoption of the West’s policies and recommendations since the nineties of the last century. They have no solution other than breaking with those policies, with the ensuing fierce, harsh, but inevitable internal conflicts and confrontations. This is in parallel with moving foreign policies an additional step forward, towards the offensive, by resolving the Syria battle in the interest of the Syrian people and away from the Zionist- and US-led regional deviations.
The alignment of some Syrian elites from both sides of the conflict, against Russia and China all along, whether openly or ambiguously and hypocritically, is an understandable and exposed matter, and stems from the narrow interests of those, which are historically linked to their position as a broker in the process of plundering the country.
Aside from those, we can see that in other broader Syrian political and social circles, there is a shortness of breath in dealing with the Russian and Chinese positions, which, although understandable, is not justified if the overall picture of the current conflict becomes clear, on the basis of which the future of Syria and the region will be decided, and to some extent, the future of the entire world, considering that Syria is a model in which “The Great Reset” will either succeed or fail.
The resentment of the Russian and Chinese role that we see from social circles of plundered Syrians, is caused primarily by the delay in resolving the crisis and the deepening of the tragedy. Despite the clarity of incitement by the West and by the major corruption forces within the regime and the opposition, it is an indication of the need for Russia and China to take this resentful popular mood seriously, encounter it quickly and not to allow it to be invested to serve the West. They should help in transforming this resentful mood into a lever to resist the alarming Western “solutions”.
Concretely, there is only one way for this, which is to start fully implementing UNSC Resolution 2254, and to secure the necessary economic framework to bypass Western sanctions, including paving the way for Syrians to liberate their country from the hands of the warlords, the big corruption forces, and the dependent and corrupt organizations. This is because the West is expressing in every way possible that it does not want to implement Resolution 2254, including through its behavior, “deals”, and statements, including those made recently by former US ambassador to Syria, Theodore Kattouf.

(Arabic version)

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