Icheoku says anyone who could breach security and penetrate such a high level security meeting of a country's topmost security chiefs as was witnessed in Damascus Syria, is also capable of breaching the security of the protected president himself. Men who provided and guaranteed security of and for the president, were themselves hit and killed by a suicide bomber; and you ask yourself what manner of security did President Bashar Assad have or still have in the face of this disgraceful and shameful breach of security and massacre of his defence minister, security adviser and other top ranking generals of the armed forces as well as some officials of the Syrian government by a suicide bomber, acting alone or in concert with other moles still in his security apparatus.
The wisest thing anyone in President Assad precarious situation would do now is to seek an immediate end to this ongoing madness in Syria, which if unstopped would sooner than later lead to a bitter end for the president himself. It would eventually claim his life or find him being marshaled to Hague in handcuffs to face trials as a war criminal like Charles Taylor of Liberia. But regrettably such men as Syria's President Assad do not listen to the alarm bells nor do they learn from the experience of history. Icheoku agrees that the days of President Assad are numbered and in the words of a rebel commander, who said concerning the penetration of Syria's highest security meeting, as follows:- "It's the beginning of the breaking of the chain, the regime has lost control now and those around President Bashar Assad, whom he relied on are gone. The regime's foundations have been shaken. It's just Bashar now who's left.
Icheoku says nothing could be closer to the truth of the situation now in Syria than as was encapsulated in these words. Icheoku therefore calls on President Bashar Assad to save his neck, seek a soft landing and quit NOW before his dead body is found somewhere in the streets of Damascus, the Gaddafi style. What a shame that men, so lustfully cling to power till their bitter end; and only time shall tell whether Syria's President Bashar Assad will become part of the statistics, as next in line to suffer the fate of foolish dictators who do not know when to beat a retreat? Only time shall tell and in the case of Syria, may be a very short time indeed.