The Arsehole of the Month: Bashar al-Assad or Hang the Bastard Part Two

The Arsehole of the month: Bashar al-Assad

Annan to meet again with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in hopes of a peace agreement!

What the hell is wrong with this guy?

After laying out plans aimed at halting the bloodshed in Syria, Kofi Annan, will have to meet again with Bashar al-Assad, the Arsehole of the month President of Syria, in hopes of getting answers to his peace proposals.

Annan met with al-Assad on Saturday about a cease-fire, the release of detainees and allowing unfettered access to agencies like the Red Cross to deliver much needed aid. Annan also proposed a start to an inclusive political dialogue that would “address the legitimate aspirations and concerns of the people.” But while Annan waited for answers in Damascus, fresh violence erupted once again across the country.

Last Saturday’s meeting between Arsehole al-Assad and Annan was the first time in Syria’s year-long crisis that the Arsehole of the month Syrian President met with such a high-level diplomat. But Arsehole al-Assad, the Syrian president, quashed the possibility of negotiating with the opposition anytime soon. Arsehole al-Assad even told Kofi Annan that he was ready to find a solution, but that such an effort would first require a look at reality on the ground and not rely on what “is promoted by some regional and international countries to distort the facts and give a picture contrary to what Syria is undergoing.” Arsehole al-Assad also reiterated that “political dialogue or action cannot take place or succeed if there are terrorist armed gangs on the ground that are working on spreading chaos and target the stability of the homeland.”

Arsehole al-Assad is now insisting on the fact that he is not slaughtering dissidents: “My regime is defending the poor innocent civilians while bad terrorist armed gangs are slaughtering them.” According to Arsehole al-Assad, armed thugs and villains are responsible for killing thousands of Syrians.

Both Annan and Syrian opposition members agreed that plans for a resolution cannot be implemented as long as the bloodshed continues. “We are getting to the point of no return,” said Manna, a Paris-based dissident. “The regime is pushing the country as a whole toward a full scale armed struggle between the very well organized military institution and our people.”

My answer to this: If you cannot hang him by the balls, shoot the bastard!

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2 comments
  1. nd4me said:

    Not diplomatic language but rather amusing ! Keep on writing about Syria, mainly.

    • What can I say, I love this guy …. especially when I picture him hanging by his balls leaving all is holiest exposed!

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