Bloodstain on the Swiss flag Won’t be Seen until it touch the White Cross


Bloodstain on the Swiss flag Won’t be Seen until it touch the White Cross…SwissDefenceLeague

Didier Burkhalter

Syria: Didier Burkhalter, Swiss Minister of Foreign Affairs, is there a risk? Switzerland, under his leadership, finance for 50,000 francs (approximately) a meeting in Berlin of several groups of opposition to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Syrian Liberation Army (SLA) is. It reveals contributions from the State Department of the United States, American and German institutes, non-governmental organizations Norwegian and Dutch (“Bund” and “Tages-Anzeiger” July 30, “Freedom” 31 July). The idea is to prepare, if appropriate, after-Assad. For the Swiss policy of neutrality, the case is not trivial.

The risk taken by the Neuchâteler is calculated. Repression by the forces of President Bashar al-Assad – even if the information is not all reliable – is of extreme violence. What would suspect it would talk neutrality do nothing. Then our country would suffer the same remarks, basically, that Russia and China in the Security Council of the UN. Of course, there is no guarantee that a new Syrian government brings better (including for human rights and women*). But it is hard to imagine that it could be worse. New cracks in the opposition, however, worried.

And the Syrian war is remote. For Swiss policy of neutrality, discretion is broader than, for example, during the two World Wars. Here, a misstep in the worst moments, could be fatal. With the Syrian war, this risk is low. Didier Burkhalter, before our eyes, reinvents perhaps another way of “doing” neutrality.


Unbelievable.. incredible that Mister Burkhalter doesn’t know who he financed, with Swiss People Money ! He financed The Horror !

YOU.. ME.. Paid For THIS !

The footages and pictures of the rebels’ brutality which surfaced online in the
last few days are revealing the terrorist nature and the war crimes of the
opposition fighters in Syria.   :

WE Swiss Citizen Who Feel concern by those matters should politely phone and talk and write about our policy !


Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) Bundeshaus West CH-3003 Bern Tel. +41 (0)31 322 21 11 Fax +41 (0)31 324 90 47

Didier Burkhalter

Head of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Didier Burkhalter, born on 17 April 1960, grew up in the village of Auvernier on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel. He obtained a degree in economics from the University of Neuchâtel. Before his move into politics, he held a number of posts in the academic world and the private sector. Mr. Burkhalter is married and father of three children.
In 1985 Mr. Burkhalter joined the Radical Democratic Party (now the Liberal Democratic Party, or FDP). He was secretary of the Neuchâtel branch of the party, before becoming the full-time secretary for French-speaking Switzerland within the FDP Switzerland. In 1991 he was elected to the executive (town council) of Neuchâtel, which he chaired for three periods (1994/1995, 1998/1999, 2001/2002). He remained a member of the council until 2005.
During his political career, Mr. Burkhalter has served as a member of parliament at all three levels of the Swiss political system: municipal (parliament of Hauterive, Neuchâtel), cantonal (Neuchâtel parliament) and federal (National Council and Council of States).
In 2003 Mr. Burkhalter was elected to the National Council (lower house), and to the Council of States (upper house) in 2007. During this time he has served on a number of federal parliamentary commissions and was also a member of the Swiss delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Didier Burkhalter was elected to the Federal Council on 16 September 2009 and appointed as the head of the Federal Department of Home Affairs (FDHA), a post he held until 31 December 2011. As of 1 January 2012, Mr. Burkhalter will take charge of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.


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