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The one subject that Bundists remain devided towards.

On the matter of Syria.


This is a subject that Bundists are not fully united on, in fact if any subject is more constantly debated among the Bundist Movement it would be the subject of Syria. The subjects of Bashar Hafez al-Assad and the Free Syrian Army have stirred more intense debates among the Bundist Movement than any other single issue. This is why in 2013 many Bundists had backed the Rebels and why in the same year many Bundists backed Bashar Hafez al-Assad, in that same year of 2013 many Bundists condemned both the Rebels and Bashar Hafez al-Assad.


Condemnation for both sides.


The Bundists who condemned both the Rebels and Bashar Hafez al-Assad.

In 2013 did so on the matter of the Rebels because of their distrust of the Islamist Terror group known as DAESH indeed many of the Bundists insist that the Free Syrian Army is the same group as DAESH(Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), the reason for taking a likewise stance against Bashar Hafez al-Assad was do to his affiliation with the Ba'ath Party which has been strongly condemned by many Bundists and even a good number of the Jewish Anarchists.


Solidarity with Bashar Hafez al-Assad.


Many of the Bundists who condemned the Rebels supported Bashar Hafez al-Assad in 2013 believing firmly that Bashar Hafez al-Assad's overthrow would lead to further the American Imperial Agenda, the Bundists that stood with Bashar Hafez al-Assad also maintained that the Syrian Socialist Revolutionaries did not even exist. Many of the Bundists had been quick to point out the disaster of Kurdistan and maintained that the Kurdish people need to learn about National-Cultural Autonomy and not join Terror forces such as Jabhat al-Nasra. Several of the Bundists at this time claimed that the Kurdish Democratic Party was a proxy of the dictatorship of Kurdistan. The Bundists that stood in solidarity with Bashar Hafez al-Assad also believed that the gassing of Syrian civilians was done by Jabhat al-Nasra in a attempt to make it look like Bashar Hafez al-Assad had done so.


Solidarity with the Rebels.


Many of the Bundists supported Rebels in 2013 that they firmly believed to be independent of the Free Syrian Army these where said to be the Syrian Socialist Revolutionaries and Kurdish activists in the Kurdish Democratic Party. The Bundists who stood in solidarity with the Syrian Socialist Revolutionaries and Kurdish activists in the Kurdish Democratic Party, these Bundists also maintained that the gassing of Syrian civilians was done by Bashar Hafez al-Assad's Syrian Arab Army using weapons from produced by Russian aid.


Distrust of American Empire.


There are also the Bundists who see Bashar Hafez al-Assad as a lesser evil, these same Bundists see any and all forces that fight Bashar Hafez al-Assad as trying to destabilize Syria, these Bundists still insist that there is a major Agenda on the part of the United States of America to takeover Syria and then Iran for the sake of oil and the building of permanent military bases. This is the stance many had taken in 2013 and still take even now, it is the majority view of the Bundist Movement. To fully understand why so many Bundists believe that War and/or intervention with Syria will lead to War with Iran it is necessary to watch one of the Videos on the Bundist Movement channel. The video is called Democracy Now! The 2007 Interview .