Thursday, November 24, 2011

Human Rights Council resolution passes on Syria- "Humanitarian Corridors" being sought

You may recall last week I had a post mentioning the fact that Britain, Germany and France had gone back to the UN human rights council? Refresh your memory here
That resolution has passed!
The United Nations human rights committee has passed a resolution condemning Syria's crackdown on opposition protests.

In the previous post, I queried, was this enough to justify an attack on Syria?
However the invasion will be spun, will the UN human rights council vote be enough of an excuse?

It looks as if this will be enough.

France seeks Arab support for a "humanitarian corridor"

France will seek Arab support on Thursday for a humanitarian corridor in Syria, the first time a major power has swung behind international intervention in the eight-month uprising against President Bashar al-Assad.


Love the lying media! "first time a major power has swung behind an international intervention"
Pure lying spin. The bullshit doesn't come any better then that.


Presstitute

Let's look at the "humanitarian corridor"
Which is clearly, CLEARLY, obfuscating military intervention.

Juppe said international monitors should be sent to protect civilians, with or without Assad's permission. He insisted the proposal fell short of a military intervention, but acknowledged that humanitarian convoys would need armed protection.

Asked if humanitarian convoys would need military protection, he said: "Of course... by international observers, but there is no question of military intervention in Syria."


"International monitors sent with or without Syria's consent" Hello, sovereign nation!

Acknowledging that so called humanitarian convoys would need armed protection

Armed protection? That sounds like military intervention.

When asked point blank would humanitarian convoys need military intervention he said "Of course..." spin, spin, spin..

Juppe then goes on-

"There are two possible ways: That the international community, Arab League and the United Nations can get the regime to allow these humanitarian corridors," he told French radio on Thursday. "But if that isn't the case we'd have to look at other solutions ... with international observers,"

The international "community" with according to Jupe consists of Arab League and UN lackies can get the regime to "allow" these humanitarian corridors.


Recall the number of posts I have had up regarding Turkey's attempt to create a "buffer zone" in Syria.
Recall the "Free Syrian Army" that is amassing at the border of Syria in Turkey& Lebanon, quite possibly Jordan.

" said Ali, a defector working for the Free Syrian Army from exile in Jordan."

Jordan's role, while definitely involved in the destabilization, has been garnering a little less coverage then Turkey's role in Syria's ruin.

Of course Jordan has a bigger role to play as we read in yesterday's post.

Once Syria falls, Israel will be free to do it's worst to the Palestinian's in the open air ghetto known as Gaza and Jordan will be there take in all the "refugees" from Israel's final onslaught to control that little piece of the Mediterranean and all the energy that is contained within the waters off the coast of Gaza and eventually Lebanon.

Recall this?

The survival of the Palestinians -
Secondly, an Arab world in turmoil would leave the Palestinians without even the minimal clout and bargaining power they "enjoy" today. Take away the threat of Damascus and Tehran and Israel would be free to do its worst.

Operation Cast Lead

As we read yesterday Jordan is all ready to give Hamas a new home in Jordan- along with however many Palestinians may survive the push Israel will inevitably make into the Palestinian territory if Syria can be destroyed

All the cards are falling into place.
There is however one wild card.
I am wondering about the news yesterday- Russia's missiles to target US Nuclear Shield?

Russia is losing patience with the US. How much of that is connected to the potential loss of their naval bases in Syria?

Additionally-

The aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush arrived this week in the Mediterranean.

"It is probably routine movement but it is going to put psychological pressure on the (Syrian) regime, and the Americans do not mind that."

It is probably routine? Is it routine or not? Someone's being catty.

Are there Russian warships docked at the naval base at Tartus?



The hour is getting late

31 comments:

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  2. Penny, the PA and Abbas voted for condemnation of Syria. The Palestinians need to throw out their their leadership. It is not up to us in the West to do this. I say instead of silver lining your pockets do something for your people. Syria is one of the few Arab states which has given full and equal rights to the Palestinians as refugees. I guess things will get worse for the Palestinians but it is their own fault.

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  3. hey NYS

    I was over at your place looking through some of your latest

    I thought the Bernard Henri Levy involvement was interesting and unsurprising...

    Being a total Israeli tool

    No surprise he would turn his attention to Syria given Syria's demise will be so beneficial to Israel

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  4. Anonymous 8:48 am

    Penny, the PA and Abbas voted for condemnation of Syria. The Palestinians need to throw out their their leadership.

    While I was unaware of that, I am not surprised.

    I agree the Palestinians do need to throw out their leadership
    But Abbas is not really their leader.
    He declared a state of emergency June 2007 and just stayed in power, long beyond his mandate.

    In other words he usurped power.

    http://www.david-morrison.org.uk/palestine/palestine-us-democracy.htm

    He undertook this move when Hamas won elections in Gaza.


    Syria is one of the few Arab states which has given full and equal rights to the Palestinians as refugees.

    I was aware of that

    I guess things will get worse for the Palestinians but it is their own fault.

    I would have to disagree with that.
    Palestinians are one of the most oppressed of peoples on the earth.
    (Think of the way the native population in the America's were decimated)

    Everything about their lives is externally controlled.

    That they have survived all this time is a testament to their human will.

    The Palestinians have been railroaded for 6o years.

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  5. From the BBC:
    "The resolution, drafted by Britain, France and Germany, carries moral but not legal weight."
    The BBC have a very strange notion of morality.

    So Russia and China have abstained again. That's it then, the jig is up.

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  6. European powers that still displayed some notion of independence have been attacked by financial wars, whilst the middle east is attacked by military force.

    Same hand behind all of it. They simply apply the most appropriate weapon in terms of legitimacy.

    It was becoming too obvious with America doing the dirty work all of the time, so now it is the newly liberated Arab Spring countries, or Turkey.

    Russia and China are the key. If they are not part of this, how far do they allow the rot to spread. Surely eventually they will be targetted as well.

    If they do not act soon (if only covertly, as Israel constantly does), we will know that they too are part of it, the saviour waiting in the wings that never arrives.

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  7. human Corridors , not unlike Rachel Corrie-doors

    cheers

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  8. BRIC statement out of moscow:

    http://www.mid.ru/bdomp/brp_4.nsf/e78a48070f128a7b43256999005bcbb3/89a37436a9b44bc2442579530024c8d4!OpenDocument

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  9. URUK.FRAUD AND SYRIAN LOCAL COORDINATION COMMITTEES CAUGHT POSTING PICTURES AND VIDEO OF BAHRAIN OPPOSITION MARTYR AS IF HE'S A SYRIAN.... http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2011/11/uruk_25.html
    share this everywhere...

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  10. http://realisticbird.wordpress.com/2011/11/24/the-free-syria-army-placard-waving-protesters-are-actually-machine-gun-wielding-terrorists/

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  11. the most powerful yet non aggressive thing Russia can do is to call the moves on Syria by NATO et al for exactly what they are - unprovoked aggression and a war crime.

    But they don't. Why not? It should be a no-brainer. They still haven't called the invasion of Libya for what it is.

    It looks to me that there will be no help for Syria coming from Russia - to everyone's cost

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  12. http://www.youtube.com/user/forestgamertube#p/u/6/SkYRMSBt9Vw

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  13. Good interview on The French Connection with Salbuchi here: http://iamthewitness.com/audio/Salbuchi/TFC.SMITH.A.salbucHi.11-6-2011.mp3

    Discusses Russia and China's role in the dialectical game, the looming of WW3, etc.

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  14. The United Nations human rights committee has passed a resolution condemning Syria's crackdown on opposition protests

    What about the UN passing a resolution condemning Apartheid Israel's ethic cleansing and genocide of the indigenous Palestinians.
    Oops, silly me, tried to form a rational thought before drinking at least three cups of coffee.

    Will we ever be free of the Zionist menace or is the world doomed to a live of slavery, wars and death?

    As for that Zionist stooge, Abbas, he's nothing more than a tool that Israel uses to their advantage and the Zionist controlled MSM keeps lying about Abbas being president of the PA.

    He's not.

    His term expired in January 2009, but since Israel and its colony, the USSA knew he wouldn't be elected again, they had Abbas declare a state of national emergency and forestall the elections until the 'emergency' passes.

    Which it never will.

    Will the peace loving Palestinians ever be free?

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  15. hey freethinker:
    I saw that vote by Russia and China, after completing the post.

    Yet, I would think that they had discussed with Syria and Iran prior to the vote?
    Or maybe not?

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  16. Hey Suraci:

    by all appearances it would seem Russia and China are already being targeted.

    Surrounded and cut off.

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  17. Hey Blink!

    I have seen some of that type of reporting- playing on sympathies
    sick
    as if the ptb's care about children?
    nope only power and control
    children and the rest of us are expendable- even the lackey classes
    (servants to their masters)
    Was thinking how their subservience may have given them the illusion of safety, not so.

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  18. felix, thanks and amazingly I had seen that one previously
    but- always good to be reminded of the fraud behind all war making

    The first casualty of war is truth
    Or to quote Sun Tzu

    “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”

    Not much has changed from when that was written

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  19. James-

    the most powerful yet non aggressive thing Russia can do is to call the moves on Syria by NATO et al for exactly what they are - unprovoked aggression and a war crime.

    Actually Russia has called NATO on their aggression, on several occasions, in diplo-speak. I probably have quoted them on a number of occasions (them being their foreign minister) If they came right out and said it, no one would take their word for it. The brainwashing is pretty strong via the msm And people are so dumbed down to the point of flag waving and empty hurraying..

    But they don't. Why not? It should be a no-brainer. They still haven't called the invasion of Libya for what it is.


    It looks to me that there will be no help for Syria coming from Russia - to everyone's cost


    I wouldn't rule that out yet.

    But, James I was thinking about what you said here and isn't Russia's coming to Syria's aid part of the great game.(the ones that the psycho's at the top play?) Pushing the world in another deadly world war and then global government and global banking the ultimate in fascist tyranny.
    Or should this be looked at another way?
    As the prevention of global tyranny?
    Big Sigh.....

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  20. Hey Felix

    So Webster went to Damascus!
    Good on him, we need more peace on the planet. We need more peaceful people.
    NO War. All war does is destroy humanity and enrich the warmongers.
    We as a human family have got to get this through the brain, clear out the indoctrination, the advertising and the "reality" tv

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  21. freethinker

    merci and I am going to give that a listen, pronto

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  22. Silly you is right Greg!

    What about the UN passing a resolution condemning Apartheid Israel's ethic cleansing and genocide of the indigenous Palestinians.

    What about the UN passing a resolution condemning police abuse at all the G-20's, the occupy protests and more
    Oh sorry those would not be politically correct, from a fascist point of view

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  23. Hi Pen, Is Russia coming to Syria's aid?
    Every article I read about Russia doing so comes from israel one way or another. Which makes them lies by definition. If I'm wrong, I'd love to be shown where.

    THey have spoken out against NATO encroaching on Russia and have been very mealy-mouthed about their moves on Libya and Syria. The attacks on these countries are predicated on the nonsense fed to the domestic populations in Europe and America. It's a no-brainer to attack that propoganda and undo their justification.

    So what's going on? Well, here's what's going on for the jewish bankers

    I wrote an article covering this here

    The bankers are in the process of putting a new Caliphate together out of the ruins of so many moslem countries to become the next 'worthy opponent' for the next world war. They have needed a 'worty opponent' since the demise of the USSR which they also put together themselves. Al CIAda has been a stop gap enemy in the meantime.
    I've been meaning to do a follow up on it but haven't got round to it :(

    Regarding Russia's non action in the face of their increasing isolation and vulnerability, the only thing that makes sense to me is that Medvedev is totally in the pocket of the jewish oligarchs in Russia and NATO is moving as quickly as it can before Putin steps in as President again and takes charge of foreign policy and all this bullshit changes. Against that though is the fact that Putin is in charge of Domestic policy as Prime Minister and could have moved against the oligarchs that have corrupted much of the system in Russia today. But he hasn't. Maybe he is hamstrung by legal issues, but where there's a will there's a way!

    As for China, who knows. Maybe they are just too scared to move. Or maybe they have done a deal with the Rothschilds and think they are sitting pretty. But if that's the case, they had better think again. Anyone who makes deals with the Rothschilds is anything BUT sitting pretty.

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  24. Another great comment James. I need to re-read your HIPTRTW articles - there's a lot in there.

    China has done very well out of the NWO project. The PTB have, since the Lima Declaration of 1975, systematically transferred the worlds manufacturing capability into their hands, at great cost to the (formerly) developed world. The various carbon taxing and rationing schemes coming into play will further cripple the 'west' to China's advantage.
    Deng Xiaoping's wee boy and key Rothschild-NWO player Maurice Strong has been beavering away in China for years doing who knows what. I'm not optimistic that China will save the day on our behalf.

    2012 is set to be very interesting, in a bad way.

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  25. Hey James
    glad you popped back in.

    "Every article I read about Russia doing so comes from israel one way or another. "

    Thinking of the last story that came out of haaretz? Claimed to have come from some Lebanese paper?
    (re:Russian warship)

    I had a lot of doubts on that one.
    The Israeli press seems to promote fear 24/7. The "everyone is out to get us" attitude pervades their media
    I suppose this is how they keep their citizens in line.

    Much the same as in the US or Canada or Australia......but I digress

    Yesterday,(Russian warship) that seemed to have changed.I'll talk about that in a new post.

    I went over and read your post concerning Turkey....

    Oddly enough, though not really odd, I saw an interesting article this past weekend- about a TV show from Turkey that is allegedly great and all that stuff....
    http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1092031

    why this was in a Canadian newspaper is beyond me?
    I mean, really, who cares?

    Couple this with the promotion of Turkey as the "arab saviour"
    And there are many articles along that line, just search turkish influence rising...

    There seems to be some type of massive psy-op ongoing to promote Turkey.

    In that context your writing makes perfect sense.

    I also have to mention the convenient re-emergence of the Muslim Brotherhood- everywhere- for cripes sakes.

    Ready made stooges for the final battle, it does look that way.

    Yet, the cards are not all in place, not yet.

    You reminded me of the article I posted. Erdogan offering to call off the destabilization of Syria, if Assad would place Muslim Brotherhood in the government.

    Lots of food for thought James and I have rambled on here, possibly incoherently, but I hope not!

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  26. freethinker!

    2012 is looking ugly

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  27. "Lots of food for thought James and I have rambled on here, possibly incoherently, but I hope not!"

    If you are agreeing with me, Pen, how could you possibly be incoherent?! :)

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