Tuesday, 29 May 2012

A voice is heard in Houlah

A voice is heard in Houlah,
weeping and great mourning,
women weeping for their children
and refusing to be comforted,
because they are no more.

Bashar al-Assad will now go down in history as a slaughterer of the innocents, as King Herod in New Testament times. Herod's dynasty was eventually removed, as the Assad regime will fail and fall. In some ways one can draw parallels with Rehoboam, in the First Book of Kings, who oppressed the people with harshness and cruelty, caused a rebellion and warfare, and did evil in the sight of God and man.

The cries of the oppressed in Syria have been well documented, but still world leaders refuse to help those in desperate need of medical supplies and protection.

Kofi Annan is so meek and mild that he is ignored.  Like cold and weak coffee, people do not wish to swallow his brand.  It is time to get tough with the Assad assassination machine.

Assad must go, and eventually after more deaths and dreadful, despicable dealings a new regime will be installed.  The house of Assad will fall.

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