Is Syria a Police State? Or is there More to the Story?

We often hear the Western media claim nations like Syria are “police states” and that’s why there is unrest, conflict, and even war.

But is that true? Is Syria really a “police state?”

In reality, nations like Syria have greater restrictions put in place specifically because they are facing genuine national security threats ranging from foreign-funded subversion, proxy war, and even foreign military aggression, invasion, and occupation.

I explore the history of Syria’s recent past, the fact that it has been at a state of war in one way or another since at least the 1960’s – including the occupation of its territory by nuclear-armed aggressors, and how the “openness” the West demands it create across Syrian society is really just an attempt to open more space for subversion.


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