Saturday, February 4, 2012

Breaking- Russia and China veto Syrian Resolution

No surprise here...

BBC-An Arab and Western-backed resolution condemning the violent crackdown in Syria has been vetoed at the UN Security Council by Russia and China.

The two permanent members of the council rejected the draft resolution despite strong condemnation by US President Barack Obama of the violence.

"Condemning the crackdown" As if that was all this was about? Typical western media spin.

President Obama strongly condemns the violence? Yeah sure!

RT -Russia, China veto UN Security Council resolution on Syria

Russia and China were the only permanent Security Council members opposing the draft, reminding others that it was not their place to intervene in another country's domestic affairs.

Lavrov told an audience at the Munich Security Conference that there are too few demands being placed on Syria's armed opposition;

Had the West not armed the "opposition" the violence would have been non-existent as it was prior to this western created revolution that began with violent acts by armed opposition in March 2011.


The Arab Mission Report the UN ignored & a Russian Veto

UN Wrangling on Syria

Expect the Western media to play this story up in a big way. Keeping in mind that the US regularly uses it's VETO to protect Israel and the media stays silent.


  1. up early this morning & caught a sky report on mortar fire in the syrian city of homs & at no point did they bother to mention just who was doing it, I'm not implying any side but the report would have been a lot better if they had said who it was doing the mortar fire, but as you say the media spin would never allow that

  2. Hey dog!

    If the media conveniently failed to note from where the mortar fire emanated it is quite safe to assume that the fire emanated from the NATO destabilizers..

    Had it been the Syrian army it would have been reported as "Assad's military firing at innocent protestors" video uploaded to You tube

    That has been the standard schtick since march 2011