The West should prepare for Assad's victory in Syria, writes Con Coughlin in the Telegraph.
Con Coughlin has links to MI6.
"The rebel cause is now all but lost."
Assad, as Cameron warned at the weekend, grows stronger by the day.
Bashar Assad lived in London in the early 1990s.
It is possible that he was recruited by MI6.
The Syrian web into which Barack Obama has been snagged.
Antoin "Tony" Rezko born in Aleppo, Syria, in 1955 was one of Barack Obama's earliest financial supporters.
Rezko has links to Nadhmi Auchi, 71, an Iraqi-born billionaire and resident of the UK since 1980.
Auchi owns the Luxembourg - headquartered General Mediterranean Holdings, a $5 billion to $6 billion company focused on the worldwide hotel industry and used by Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein as a mechanism through which to purchase weapons.
Auchi loaned Rezko $3.5 million dollars on May 23, 2005--one month before the Obamas and Rezkos bought their adjacent Chicago properties for $2.275 million.
Rezko connects to another Iraqi-born (dual U.S. citizen) named Aiham Alsammarae, 57, who put up $1.9 million of Rezko's $8.5 million bail.
Alsammarae was appointed Iraq's Minister of Electricity--a ministry he then plundered. He got caught, was convicted of corruption and imprisoned.
But several months after his family and friends sought help from Obama's office, Alsammarae escaped.
Nadhmi Auchi has links to a Syrian named Nadi Sajid, who is bagman to President Bashar El-Assad of Syria.