Reports about Syria by the Western media were often said to be tinted but little was there to refute. One of the allegations is that they are nor reporting what's happening in Syria correctly because at times propaganda prevails over truth and disclosure are incomplete.
One of the points of views is that Syrians are struggling to prevent Western conquest, exploitation, and control. They're fighting for their lives to stay free. Followers of this policy say the issue isn't whether Assad's government enjoy public support or not but its sovereign independence has made it vulnerable. It is also alleged that Washington tolerates no governments it doesn't control. Replacing them with puppet regimes is policy.
One wonders whether Assad can prevail or not but it is clear that the conflict will not be over soon. Syrians just don't want to be another pro-Western state. They know the daily horrors Afghans, Iraqis and Libyans face.
Syria was calm and peaceful until Washington until violence, mass killing and destruction was imposed. It's the American way and the embedded media supports it. Syria's conflict isn't an uprising, revolution or civil war. These characterizations, orchestrated by Washington are distorting reality. It is now openly said that the foreign hands control the conflict.
NATO allies and regional partners are fueling the conflict. Insurgents are fully supported by Washington proxies. Subjugating is termed liberating the oppressed. In fact they are aiming at assault if other methods fail. Opponents of Assad are being provided funds and arsenal to initiate a full scale war. This is exactly what they did in Libya. A combination of air assets and ground proxies were used. Daily violence ravaged the country
Western proxies are fighting the battle with Syrian forces. Despite heavy weapons, training and direction, military regulars outmatch them. In fact they are creating a justification for the eventual assault on Syria,
Iran has lately raised a point that Washington strategically uses Al Qaeda fighters as allies and enemies. They're assailed publicly while used against US enemies. They helped ravage Libya. They're waging bloody war in Syria. They're used as long as needed. They're allies of convenience. They're returned to enemy status when services rendered no longer are needed.
Iranian analysts say fighting has shifted to Aleppo. It's Syria's largest city and commercial hub. Battles persist and western misinformation distorts what's happening and why it matters. Claims about Syria destabilized and Assad fleeing the country were falsified. Propaganda wars try to offset military failures.
Daily State Department press briefings needs to be monitored carefully. On July 24, spokeswoman Victoria Nuland claimed 'Assad is increasingly losing control of swaths of territory'. It was an effort to create a justification for creation of a base from where the United States can operate.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has been urging more aggressive international action. On July 24, Foreign Policy contributor Josh Rogin headlined "Conservatives call on Obama to establish 'safe zones' in Syria."
A Foreign Policy Initiative/Foundation for the Defense of Democracies said, "We believe it is clear that multilateral diplomacy and non-military pressure, by themselves, will neither compel Assad to step down nor ensure that America's national security interests in Syria and the wider region are protected." He also said, "America's national security interests are intertwined with the fate of the Syrian people and the wider region."
Perhaps Russia foresees it as Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was clear and unequivocal when he condemned US support for terrorism. He condemned Washington's failure to denounce insurgents attacking Syria's National Security headquarters.