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Moscow steadily promoting its 'Helsinki agenda' in Syria
Putin: We discussed a humanitarian operation for Raqqah
The current children only know war. The state has a lot of work if it wants to indoctrinate them into loyal, obedient members of the personality cult.
It’s literally just the Ba’ath party youth division, not much of a cult
Its the gateway into the cult of personality which every authoritarian leader needs in order to stay in power.
He has popularity whether it’s wholly legitimate is another question, plus he can play the “i save you from outside agression and Islamist card” he doesn’t need a “popularity cult”
That IS the basis of his personality cult.
So the cult of his personality began with the Civil War?
When they start worshipping the ground he walks or approaching something NK would do, then I’ll be concerned... it just looks like the party youth rallying behind their president imo.
Of course you’re free to disagree
No.Actually it is course about being loyal to the goverment.This should have been done already.Being loyal to President Assad goverment is very important step in preventing another insurgency
Isn't this just the RYU?
This is the man who is expected to honour an agreement for increased decentralisation and autonomy in the DFNS?
I sincerely hope the DFNS/PYD have strategies in place for the inevitable attempts by the Baathist regime to sabotage this agreed upon autonomy.
Youth camp named Loyalty to Assad. And still his supporters will claim the guy is not a dictator... laughable.
You gotta watch the video, too.
That vid looks like archive material from old Assads period.
I don't think even his most loyal supporters genuinely believe he's not a dictator at this point. Its just that for obvious reasons they won't ever admit that in the open when asked.