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No misunderstanding. I don't support FSA. I sympathize the side of Assad a lot more. But it doesn't mean that I can't understand the position of FSA fighters and for sure I have the right to draw them if I want to.
And this quote on the picture is meant to describe the terrible reality of every civilian war. 
Syrian crisis is a lot more than usual civilian war though. 
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OnlyTheGhosts Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2016
In Syria and Iraq, most of those terrorist groups are paid for, trained, given hardware, and even medical assistance by Western intelligence agencies. Judicial Watch exposed the scheme already when they forced the Pentagon to release the documents outlining the concept back in 2012. Also, over ten years ago, 2 British Members of Parliament exposed that "Al Qaeda" was similarly a Western intelligence agency sponsored operation. The name refers to a "base" as they say, a DATABASE with a list of jihadi terrorists for hire that are used by Western governments for carrying out false flag terror attacks against civilians then to be blamed on some fictional "terror group" and make muslims look bad.
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LeoV95 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Umm.. Sure, you are right. Though I think the main guilt for this war is not on the Western countries but on Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Anyways all of these countries are being supported by the western countries... So not that much of a difference.

Well, but as I said, if I don't support those who fight in these groups, it doesn't mean that I shouldn't draw these guys :3
Plus I am sure that a part of those fighters are just usual and sincere Syrian civilians cause no doubt some of them have enough reasons to hate the present Syrian government (though I support this 'cruel' Assad). My attention was directed to this conflict since it's beginning, everyday I watch new videos taking there and read articles. That's why I think I know what I am drawing (:

Anyways, thanks for your comment, I am glad to get the attention of those who are interested in all this Syrian stuff :3
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I mentioned already about the FOIA court case by Judicial Watch which forced the Pentagon to release documents that outlined the plan to support terrorists in Syria, in order to destabilise and break-up the country.

Judicial Watch obtained official documents (from the USA's Department of Defense) showing very clearly that the USA government and their allies planned, sponsored, and trained ISIS/ISIL. The mainstream corporate media, of course, failed to report anything about this.
www.judicialwatch.org/wp-conte…


undergroundreports.blogspot.jp…

Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia may appear to be behind this, but it's the USA and NATO pulling the strings.

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LeoV95 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Well, this world is quite an unfair place, everywhere is lie and blood.  All the situation in Syria and in the whole world is terrible.. And that's why I am happy to be just a simple artist who is able to draw anything he wants to draw.
And this world will never be fair enough and there will be no punishment for most of those who are guilty in ruining lives of others.
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OnlyTheGhosts Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016
I believe in karma. It seems to happen enough. I've never heard of a rich, happy, evil man. Happiness and evil rarely last as companions for long. Nearly always these rich old evil men are bitter, often sick with painful illnesses, and die surrounded by paranoia, distrust, fear, and loneliness.
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LeoV95 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Hm... I think I know many rich happy and evil men x) And I know a lot more not rich people who are not that happy dying because of terrible problems with health, wars and so on.
Anyways I am being some kind of a christian and the only thing I can hope for is that all these bad guys are going to be punished right after their death haha
And I also hope that by some miracle my life will not be ruined by someone :3 
I wish you the same btw.
And I still have to admit that yup, you'r right, sometimes we are able to see how karma does punishing... but not enough and not that often.
At least in this life :(
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Have you talked to them? A few of my relatives have been ridiculously wealthy, they don't trust their family members, they're not sure that their spouse isn't in it for the money, they have to worry all the time about everyone around them trying to trick them, steal from them, or even possibly arrange an "accident". They have bodyguards 24/7, 365 days a year, because they have to live in paranoid fear of abduction, hostage-taking, and murder. When part of such a world, you wonder about inheritances being stolen by other relatives or whether the rich grandparent who died recently was actually poisoned (and they probably were!). If you go looking for great wealth and fame, you'll find misery and suspicion as your travelling companions.

I know a lot of happy people who have never been rich. Desperately poor is just as unhappy as the greedy super-rich, but in-between where life is good enough, health is OK, and you can trust your family isn't hoping for you to die, and you know your "friends" aren't there just for the money, normal people usually find quite a lot of joy and love.

All of the evil people that I've known died in some painful, nasty way. That's my personal experience.
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