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US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia And Jordan Propose Own Political Plan To Solve Syrian Crisis


US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia And Jordan Propose Own Political Plan To Solve Syrian Crisis


On January 26, a document containing a political plan presented by the US, Saudi Arabia, France, Jordan and the UK to the UN Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura was leaked, according to Reuters and the Lebanese Mayadeen TV. The plan contained what the five countries called a “practical approach” to a “slow” political process in Syria.

US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia And Jordan Propose Own Political Plan To Solve Syrian Crisis

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In the plan, the five countries called for a UN-supervised election for the -Syrians inside and outside the country and for radical changes in the Syrian constitution including stripping the Syrian presidency from most, if not all, of its powers.

The five countries also suggested stripping the Syrian government from many of its powers and creating two parliaments that will have limited powers. This will leave most of the state’s establishments under the control of the local authorities in a decentralized political system.

Syrian pro-government activists described the proposed constitution as an attempt to legalize the stateless situation in some parts of Syria in order to end the Syrian state once and for all.

Bashar Jaafari, the Permanent Representative of Syria to the United Nations,  rejected the Arab-Western plan and stressed that its content contradicts with the international resolutions, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

Jaafari also said that the plan undermines the Geneva talks and the upcoming Sochi conference and described the plan as a “black comedy” and criticized the US, Saudi Arabia, France, Jordan and the UK.

“How can a state like this [the US] whose hands are covered in Syrian blood and has directly attacked Syria talk about the political solution and the future in Syria … How can countries such as Britain and France, who follow American policy like the blind leading the blind, envision of any solution or political horizon in Syria? And a state like Jordan, which hosts the secret military operations room and has opened its territory to terrorists … how can it talk about sovereignty, politics, and participation in making a political solution in Syria? …And last but not least, Saudi Arabia, … how can such a medieval country contribute to devising an advanced vision for a Syrian constitution? This rally is a black comedy,” Jaafari said according to SANA.

From its side, several parties of the Syrian opposition also rejected the leaked plan. The Syrian opposition platform in Moscow slammed the US-led block for intervening in Syria’s internal affairs.

Several Arab and Western countries have presented similar plans over the past seven years and like those previous attempts the new plan will likely fail.



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  • Bru

    What a shameless joke! I can’t believe it!
    France has a hyper-president where the president rules during his term like a monarch, deciding solely about wars and have the possibility (often used) of passing laws without consulting the parliament…
    And for Jordan and Saudi Arabia.. no comment….
    These countries, having largely supported the massive numbers of terrorists they sent to destroy Syria, add to their utmost hypocrisy that of imposing a political regime opposite to their own, I mean especially Jordan and KSA (I don’t think they even have a parliament…)

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    • You can call me Al

      You took the words right out of my mouth and…..sorry suddenly thought of that song, but you are spot on.

      The shear arrogance, stupidity, hypocrisy and lunacy of US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia and Jordan is beyond belief……..these punks can never just hold their hands up and say we were wrong, we lost and then FO – oh no they are now trying to be seen as the good guys with their one-way political solution, that will just make the matters worse.

      God I hate these politician elitist vermin as much as the terrorist scum – if there is a difference !!.

      • Tudor Miron

        Al, terrorist scum are irregular armed forces of politician elitist vermin so…

    • Pave Way IV

      I was trying to think of the commonality amongst this cabal, and the only shared characteristic obvious to me is a mindless, drooling support for the interests of Israel. Jordan is, of course, just the paid help for the others, but it’s nice to see them tossed in as if they really mattered.

      The ‘plan’ as it were should be familiar to everyone here – this is the Syrian National Coalition sure-to-fail neocon plan from 2012 – the one rejected by both al Nusra and the Kurds. Al Nusra will not matter soon, but I see the plan has been polished up with a bit to have greater appeal to the PYD’s Weakness through Federalism by Committees scheme being rammed down the Kurds’ throats.

      Turkey obviously left the team, went off script and is busy taking care of its own interests. Those interests always included a stable Syria (regardless of who was running it) on its southern border. Their current incursion looked like a land-grab to me at first, but I’m not so sure anymore. Could be more of an attempt to 1) make the Kurds (and their US backers) matter even less than they do now, and 2) better seal Turkey’s borders from fleeing non-Turk-friendly Saudi-Wahhabi head-choppers. If that’s the real motivations, then Turkey will avoid fighting with the SAA and eventually withdraw from Syria as claimed. I guess we’ll see on that one.

      This makes the US/UK/French/KSA attempt to represent the ‘will of the Syrian people’ and write their constitution for them even more laughable. Didn’t they get the memo that their side lost? How embarrassing! See – that’s the problem when you censor the news. You’re not aware of these things.

      • AM Hants

        Look how the same crowd represented the will of the people of Iraq. Using exactly the same script and what happened there?

        • Pave Way IV

          Let’s see, now. Exactly what they planned all along: division, chaos and easily-bribed and corrupted politicians and bureaucrats slavishly obedient to the above powers, enabling those powers to further destroy Iraq, steal the resources of the Iraqi people and almost every dollar of aid going to them. All that, while setting up a new, oppressive surveillance state to further rape and enslave the Iraqis while preparing Iraq as a launching point for the planned Iranian invasion. Did I miss anything?

          • AM Hants

            I am slowly reading ‘Gladio, Nato’s Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis’, and just read the chapter, with regards Greece and the early 80s. A book well worth reading and the same script is repeated time and time again. NATO white vans, full of ammunition and weapons, where assassins on mopeds operated.

            A Timeline of CIA Atrocities… http://www.huppi.com/kangaroo/CIAtimeline.html

          • Tommy Jensen

            ISIS have replaced Gladio.
            Think about how many public administrations and government offices must be involved and occupied with cover up, feeding, weaponising, housing, transporting, hiding Gladio/ISIS mercenaries just to spy and stir up fear in their own populations.

          • AM Hants

            Change of name, same old CIA terrorists, ready to use, whenever regime change is required.

    • AM Hants

      Who finances it all?



      Then you have the 12 member states, out of 193, together with the EU that sponsor the UN OPCW-JIM. Funnily enough, how do they all link in with the above?

      New Zealand
      Saudi Arabia

      European Union donates €4.6 million to OPCW Special Missions and the UN-OPCW Joint Investigative Mechanism


      Has anybody seen the new UK Envoy to the UN? Replacing Tony Blair’s (remember Iraq) Private Secretary Mathrew Rycroft. Meet Karen Pierce

      • Tommy Jensen

        UK biggest funder.

        • AM Hants

          Yet, they never asked the tax payers if they wanted their money spent on these projects.

          • Tommy Jensen

            It follows a pattern known in police departments.
            In 2/3 fraud cases the guilty is the blue eyed guy/woman no one would ever suspect.

            Remember Germany and France were against the Iraq war. Today we know they were innocents not. but deeply involved.

      • LD

        What’s your first picture about? Financing of what? What is your source? Be more clear and specific, please.

        • AM Hants

          Sorry, I thought it was a comment on a social media site, not a thesis for a PhD.

          The image of the who funds the White Helmets, came from a wonderful article by Vanessa Beeley.

          Here is the link for the White Helmets funding, plus a couple of ‘must read’ articles from Vanessa Beeley, if you are not familiar with her.


          George Soros: Anti -Syria Campaign Impresario…. https://thewallwillfall.org/2016/01/23/george-soros-anti-syria-campaign-impresario/

          What to Expect From BBC Panorama and Guardian’s Whitewash of UK Gov’t Funding Terrorists in Syria… http://21stcenturywire.com/2017/12/04/bbc-panorama-free-syrian-police-foreign-office-scandal/

          • LD

            Thanks for you quick answer. This as the info I wanted to read the original article.
            By the way…I have a PhD :-)

          • AM Hants

            Cheers and do like Vanessa Beeley. LOL with regards the PhD, As you can tell I do not.

          • LD

            Having degrees or not is not important. What is important in this “fake news world” is to have the source of news items. Years ago the rule for news media was “One source is no source.” So, when you follow the news on MSM nowadays, you understand that this fundamental rule has changed a litlle bit. :-) No source makes a news item simply a rumor for me

  • Tudor Miron

    They can shove their snaky proposal up their a$$. Who they hell they think they are (after sending their irregular armed forces i.e. Daesh/Al Queda to destroy Syria) to propose something?

  • The ‘proposal’ is so incredibly ridiculous, it’s embarrassing!
    Nothing could indict the empire and it’s outright stupidity and lack of any meaningful statesmanship more than this piece of camel $#|+!
    I smell Macron’s incredibly expensive (to buy) Rothchild perfume.
    The stench!
    How about the same proposal for the Zionist entity occupying the Palestinian lands, after, of course, international inspections of all of their nuclear weapons and nuclear facilities in a similar level of detail as those in Iran!
    Where is there equity in treatment before the law?!
    This is another spelling of “Oded Yinons”.

    • as

      Funny enough he refers KSA as medieval country that knows nothing about parliament system endorse the not so parliamentary system. Very spot on.

  • François

    Back to the colonial era, you’re old fashion guys!

  • FlorianGeyer

    Perhaps these pensioned off Great Powers should actually tell their citizens what they have done in their names first and after the citizens have considered whether sponsoring ISIS and Takfiri head chopping terrorists was the correct thing to do.

    If the decrepit former Great Power leaders had any shame , they would all commit suicide.

    They will not though as they have no courage of their own.

  • northerntruthseeker .

    I have a word for this one… HYPOCRISY…

    Here we have these scoundrels in those nations that wanted to see Syria destroyed and Assad removed from office now propose a “peace solution”, when the reality is their “solution” is of course to have Syria destroyed and Assad removed from office!

    I find it sickening that these fools are out there NOW making this proposal… All this is is bantering from these losers who are still trying to change the outcome in Syria in their favour…

    I hope the Syrians and the Russians basically tell these fuckers to go fuck themselves…. Syria is winning this war and as far as we should all be concerned, these bastards can take their “proposal” and drop dead…

  • RichardD

    “Black comedy” is a compliment for something this stupid.

  • christianblood

    (…US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia And Jordan Propose Own Political Plan To Solve Syrian Crisis…)

    Fuck them all!

    • Doom Sternz

      I would go further, kill them all. Obviously they wont be going to jail where they belong so is there a choice? They kill us in vast numbers in a heart beat.

      • christianblood

        You are right. You have a point!

    • You can call me Al

      That about sums up my vie as well; and I am a Brit.

      • christianblood

        You are a good man with moral conscience!



    • northerntruthseeker .

      Absolutely….. You see what this is all about as well as myself!


    Jaafari is a great speaker for Syria.
    Tells it like it is, two thumbs up. :)

  • Astar Roth

    Wow, thwy are, running out of ideas! This is the same thing they’ve created in Bosnia!
    What? A Hell on Earth! Utter Hell on Earth!
    De ja vu!
    Go, create your selves those kinda of monstruous political systems, try it ob your self, then tell us what do you thin about it.

  • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

    Well Dr. Bishar al Jaafari wasn’t too happy for getting this missive in an attempt by US,UK,France,Saudi Arabia and Jordan they are great stalwarts of democracies all except for 2 they are imperialist nations. Saudi Arabia and it’s Medieval Barbarity along with Jordan and it’s 9 terrorist training camps they both share the same archaic Islamist sectarian and Monarchists ruled, don’t think any of them these countries understand democracy and how it operates. Now we understand why the Israelis were asked not to come,lol.

    This was an attempt by these parasitic nations to derail discussions held by the UN in Vienna sad and pathetic attempt not even worth the oil they used to get there!

    • You can call me Al

      Sochi is more important – I think that is in 3 days.

  • Smith Ricky

    Syria will prevail.

  • palebluedot

    Jaafari is great.

  • I would like to know is or are the brainless wonders that came up with this hypocritical nonsense. I’d like to see them impose this on their own selves, idiots.

  • Langaniso Mhlobo

    UK,USA,France and their puppets must stop interfering in Syrian affairs their have already sabotage the country with their terrorist creation and attacking civilians.

  • Claudio

    The united gangsters now have a name and a face,France must leave the European Union…It is a terrorist state.

  • Joe

    Comedians in Global politics from those defeated

  • Anthony Paul Mapes

    This is just embarrassing….

    • as

      Simply put yes.

  • Floyd Hazzard

    That’s what happen when you have the advantage and instead of pressing it to secure a victory, you abandon the battlefield to engage in diplomacy trying to prove points when there is nothing to prove.

    • LD

      Syria’s war was never Russia’s war and will never be. The Russians helped the Syrian government when it became clear that Damascus could fall. Now that disaster is not looming anymore, the Syrians have to fight their war themselves with aid from Iran and Hezbollah. Logic, no? What did you expect, the Russians to fight an open war with NATO, the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia for some peanuts as Syria? Russians have good memory for history, they well remember Afghanistan and Vietnam, lessons that the US has forgotten already a long time ago.

  • Deo Cass

    The only political system that would guarantee Syria’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity is a presidential republic like in Egypt, France and Russia. Political party rule is the recipe for a weak, incapacitated, inefficient and easily foreign manipulated government.

  • Juvenal

    Calm down, guys. There’s no morality in terms of international polities at all, what matters is to make sure, these countries can realize some sort of long-term solution to achieve their own benefits.

    Under the pretext of establishing a federal constituion they try to deprive damascus from power – a truly genius maneuver.
    If you can’t defeat an enemy, so divide him up in as many parts as possible, then destroy him.

  • as

    Those words should echoes for eternity in their hollowed skulls.

  • Smith Ricky

    Couldn’t agree more, well said Mr Jaafari.

  • Ronald

    Saudi Arabia and Jordan , two “kingdoms” with monarchs , are telling Syrians what their constitution should be . They must still believe in the “divine right of kings” .

  • alejoeisabel

    Sad, pathetic and desperate describes this last Zionist attempt to continue the destruction of Syria. Israel will discover a fortified and more determined Syria. Syria will not only rebuild and rearm, it will also take back the stolen and occupied Syrian Golan Heights.

  • Valery Grigoryev

    Arrogant clowns.
    Especially such a ‘freedomfighters’ like KSA and Jordan:)

  • Ace

    The U.S. loves to talk about our democracy and the rule of law while the massive, unresponsive federal government exists because the U.S. Constitution has been thrown on the garbage heap by the Supreme “Court.” In addition, the U.S. war on Syria is unconstitutional and aggressive war under international law.

    Yet this nation hypocritically dares to dictate some Disneyland government on Syria that was dreamed up by State Department legal morons on crack in consultation with Oprah and Maxine Waters. Valery Grigoryev below has an excellent description of people who think like this.

  • “Several Arab and Western countries have presented similar plans over the
    past seven years and like those previous attempts the new plan will
    likely fail.”

    There’s not much ‘likely’ about that failure.

  • AM Hants

    What was it John Kerry said about controlling elections and being the only way of getting their way in Syria?

    Leaked audio: Sec of State Kerry confirms US used ISIS to remove Syria’s Assad… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdVa5qoh_80

    Bearing in mind what all those nations did to Iraq, Afghanistan and so many other nations and how many US $billions they have spent trying to pillage Syria? I would keep them well out of dealing with Syria. Espeically when the Sovereign nation is doing so well, without the interference of the pillagers, on the losing side (with no invite).

    • Tommy Jensen

      Vladimir got in their way.
      Gotta love that man.

  • Carol Davidek-Waller

    Don’t bother to read it. It’s partition, Assad must go and we get control of the oil.
    Everything they couldn’t get by violence authored by the bad actors who are actively preventing a diplomatic solution.

  • Tommy Jensen

    Western countries is one big joke.