Both analyses and reports have recently poured out condemning both opposition branches whether armed or political for their incoherency before Geneva 2; today both “oppositions” are lashing each other for the same reason, but each his own way.
In a recent statement issued by the “armed” one through the so-called “Revolutionary Movement in Syria”, the latest said that: “outside-opposition allowed itself to be controlled by regional and international players; the National Coalition is unable to function properly due to its chronic internal discord”.
Geneva 2 is approaching, the more it advances, opposition crumbles.
This is the first crystal clear sign that opposition was from the beginning mired in chaos; formerly those chasms had no chance to show up because Coalition was left behind alone, but now and as it is pulled towards its first serious step in negotiations, all-out disarray overwhelmed it.
Still armed opposition has not fled the barrage of criticisms yet, Coalition says its armed “sister” is not obedient; it doesn’t listen and it acts on its own as if the umbilical cord was cut.
Both now are condemning each other for their fractured appearance before worldwide powers; however, Austria and in its objection before lifting the embargo perhaps has said it all.
Austria said that Coalition doesn’t hold enough credibility to act; beside it does not represent Syrian people or at least does not represent all the spectrum of oppositions.
That’s for the Coalition; still Austria continued that its armed “sister” is heavy-loaded with extremism and that both hold no credibility and deserve no initiatives whether for or from them.