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The blast appears to have served a number of purposes for the Syrian government, and it could be spun to follow the Official Story of the lyin' Western media - that Assad is on the way out - so it has been allowed to stand unchallenged. Most importantly from Assad's perspective, the 'blast' has allowed the Syrian army to increase its anti-terrorism campaign (which, naturally enough, has been depicted in the lyin' Western media as victories for the terrorists).
No matter how many terrorists killed by the Syrian government, as long as money, guns and jihadists - many ironically hardened by successfully resisting the American occupation in Iraq - keep pouring in, thanks to Saudi Arabia and Turkey, Assad may win all the battles but lose his county in this destructive endless game of whack-a-mole. He and his allies need to hit back, hard and where it hurts, against the state sponsors of terrorism, the stooges for the Jews and Americans, the Turks and the Saudis.
I think this campaign has already started with the semi-secret uprisings in Saudi Arabia. If Assad is willing to do a deal with the Kurds and give up the tiny amounts of Syria around the edges that have Kurdish majority populations, he can put the creation of greater Kurdistan in play, and the ultimate halving of Turkey (oh, and when Turkey is broken up, the big parts of it that are rightfully Syrian should be returned). The Turks have been behaving with enormous irresponsibility, and need to be slapped hard upside the head. It is time to take the gloves off.
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