A Syrian reader sent me this: "In Syria, there is a communist party similar to that in Morocco, the Syrian Communist Party (it's more convenience to call it the Syrian Bakdashist Party or better the Ass-Kissing Syrian Party). However, another type of communism exists in Syria represented by the Popular Will Party (PWP) led by kadri Jamil. PWP believes that, in the Syrian regime, there is an entity called "the clean wing" and is waiting for this wing to emerge so they clasp their hands together and take the long path to the promised reforms and this is good in principle. The problem is that this "clean wing" seems unwilling or perhaps unable to show up in spite of all the initiatives PWP has made, the most recent of which was its participation to the so-called "parliamentary elections". Actually, PWP was really hoping to realize a landslide victory. But now, as the dreams have gone with the wind, PWP has left their meetings open in the wait of I don't know what. The funniest thing in this story is that PWP intends to challenge the results before a "Constitutional Court" that doesn't exist yet: no judges, no a single employee to receive the complaint and no even an address, nor a P.O.Box. Those guys are still believing that in Syria there is a state (not a farm) and a decent independent justice system. Compare this with the performance of Syriza in Greece. Has anyone heard of the term "Wishful Communism"? What a shame!!!"