Middle East File: Cairo weekly: Syria’s Ba’athist regime “deep communist state,” founder Michel Eflak member of French Communist Party, planted communism in region under guise of national socialism; Syria’s last president Hafez Al-Assad was Marxist; Russian Communist Party boss condemns Israeli air strikes against Syria; Russian embassy in Beirut hub for managing Syrian crisis

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2 responses to “Middle East File: Cairo weekly: Syria’s Ba’athist regime “deep communist state,” founder Michel Eflak member of French Communist Party, planted communism in region under guise of national socialism; Syria’s last president Hafez Al-Assad was Marxist; Russian Communist Party boss condemns Israeli air strikes against Syria; Russian embassy in Beirut hub for managing Syrian crisis

  1. mah29001 May 17, 2013 at 4:58 am

    Looks like the Russian Reds are indeed backing the same policies their “former” Comrades in charge of Russia are currently backing the Assad regime.

    It seems they’re using the cover of the Sunni-Shiite war as a ruse to show how the Assad regime could “collapse” even though “former” members of the Syrian military comprise most of the Syrian rebels and even arming the Islamic fanatics in Syria.

  2. mah29001 May 17, 2013 at 5:09 am

    And why do drug companies seem to really be backing the concept of “universal healthcare” so badly? It seems many of the Western drug companies were doing business with East Germany, it’s no wonder why the Reds are overjoyed with Obama and his Obamacare:

    http://en.mercopress.com/2013/05/16/communist-germany-allowed-western-pharmaceutical-firms-testes-new-drugs-in-hospital-patients

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