Former French Foreign Minister: Anglo-French Operations Against Assad “Prepared, Preconceived And Planned”


Jurriaan Maessen
July 7, 2013

Roland Dumas: “This operation goes way back. It was prepared, preconceived and planned”

Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas recently told syrian news outlet SANA that plans to topple the Syrian Assad-government were in the making prior to the outbreak of the “crisis” that has now spiraled into an all-out civil war.

Dumas, speaking on the Syrian situation, stated that prior to the outbreak of sectarian conflict within Syria, he was approached by two individuals at a party in London, asking the former French Foreign Minister “if he would like to participate in preparations for an attack on Syria to topple the government in it”, Dumas told SANA on July 1..

“He said he refused this offer, but events proved that they were serious about what they said at that evening.”

Dumas also told another outlet that the individuals in question were “top British officials”:

“I am going to tell you something. I was in England two years before the violence in Syria on other business. I met with top British officials, who confessed to me, that they were preparing something in Syria”

Concluding that an invasion, or subversion, of Syria was predominantly a British plan, Dumas clearly stated it would be accomplished through “an invasion of rebels”.

“This was in Britain not in America.”, Dumas stated. “Britain was organizing an invasion of rebels into Syria. They even asked me, although I was no longer Minister of Foreign Affairs, if I would like to participate. Naturally, I refused, I said I am French, that does not interest me” 

Like Iran, these statements by the ex-official clearly illustrate that Syria has found itself in the cross-hairs of Anglo-French aggression for some time now. Roland Dumas, who has served under Francois Mitterand in the late 80’s and early 90s, did not say why exactly he was approached by the two plotters- but he did state he was approached prior to the outbreak of the current crisis in Syria. This points to a pre-planned plot designed to oust the Assad-government in favor of Western interests. Dumas:

“This operation goes way back. It was prepared, preconceived and planned… in the region it is important to know that this Syrian regime has a very anti-Israeli stance”.

“Consequently”, Dumas went on to say, “everything that moves in the region…- and I have this from a former Israeli Prime Minister who told me ´we will try to get on with our neighbors but those who don´t agree with us will be destroyed. It is a type of politics, a view of history, why not after all. But one should know about it”

Dumas’ words and warnings should be taken into account by anyone who is currently looking at Western actions in regards to Syria. As the former French Minister underlines, the trajectory towards war in Syria by former President Nicolas Sarkozy and now Francois Holland “aren’t the right paths that lead to peace in Syria.” But- then again- destabilizing Syria is exactly what the Western alliance has in mind. Order, after all, out of chaos.

“He (Dumas) thinks the current international climate formed around the Syrian situation contentious the policies adopted several years ago to deal with the Arab world, stressing that the west’s policies in such issues aren’t policies of peace but rather of war, and that he personally is against war and supports the path that leads to peace”, SANA reported.


2 responses to “Former French Foreign Minister: Anglo-French Operations Against Assad “Prepared, Preconceived And Planned”

  1. Reblogged this on AbdullahWAlMarzouqEconomicWarReport and commented:
    Enjoy the truth.

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