So many civilians have died. Lives ruined.
But that has not stopped NATO previously, nor will it now.
Blood feeds that organization. Like the bloodsucking/life stealing world army that it is....
The news of the massacre in Houla, Syria seemed to really hit the ground running yesterday- Saturday May 26/12 .Today, Sunday May 27, the cacophony of calls for foreign intervention have hit their crescendo...
Who has wanted foreign intervention all along? Not the majority of Syrians. Not the Syrian government. Let's look at the news that preceded the massacre.
There is no mention of massacre in this article from Friday May 25/2012
The blame game begins as UN peace plan falters
The conclusion had been made. The Plan has failed. Who would want that to happen?
As the United Nations peace plan for Syria flounders toward failure, a U.S.-Russian blame game has begun. The Americans “skeptical” from the beginning. The Russians blaming armed terrorists.
“Both sides will seek to draw on evidence from the ground to make their arguments before Annan formally declares his plan dead. Judgment day may come on July 21/12, when the 90-day observer mission ends, or sooner if any of the unarmed monitors is killed or injured in a conflict in which the opposition is increasingly relying on tactics such as suicide bombings.
Judgement day would come sooner if something drastic happened. Such as a UN monitor being killed? Well, that had been tried and failed.
What if there was a horrific massacre? Cue- one horrific massacre
Let's go back on day further to May 24/12 and see what we all missed.
Aha! A freshly released UN report that would have bolstered Syria's claims. Claims of armed terrorists wreaking havoc in the country . A UN report had been released on Thursday May 24/12 that indicated persons were being killed by armed terrorists as well as Security Forces.Obviously the Security forces would have to kill terrorists. What is significant was that the UN report indicated people were dying at the hands of terrorists, armed terrorists.
The opposition was found to have captured and tortured soldiers and used children as messengers for life- threatening deliveries into Turkey. (Just your average bunch of ‘nice’ guys, right?) The report describes actions by increasingly well-organized fighters planting mines, making homemade bombs and putting nails in pipes with explosive powder. There are six documented cases of explosions in which civilians were killed.
While the commission said it wasn’t able to verify who was responsible, it listed the bombings under abuses committed by anti-government forces.
A UN report that backed up what Assad had claimed all along. What Russia has claimed all along. What China had claimed all along. Scandalous! You knew that was not going to see the light of day.
“Russia will be able to draw ammunition to frame its case from a UN investigation that documents human rights abuses by armed opposition groups “
That was before the massacre occurred. Who benefited from not having the news of human rights abuses by the armed opposition get out to the public? Not the Syrians. Not the Syrian government. Not the Russians. Not the Chinese. Who benefits from the massacre? What Next?
Once the (Annan) plan is formally recognized as a failure, he said, the discussion will shift to what should come next. “Given the chasm between Russian and American goals and viewpoints, the likely outcome is more gridlock in the UN Security Council, said Andrew Tabler, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a policy group.Another veto at the UN? If the West even bothers to go this route?
“Once the Annan plan is declared a failure, “I don’t see the political process at the end of it,” Tabler said.”Tabler, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy does not see a political process after the demise of the Annan Plan. Does he see a military one? Who has wanted a military solution for so long?
Conveniently, or ominously the FSA had this to say-
Killings in Houla and elsewhere are taking place “under the eyes of the UN observers,” the FSA said, urging the international community to “announce the failure of the Annan plan.”
Announce the failure of the Annan Plan! Once declared dead there will not be a political process..
Who benefits from the massacre? Who wants to hasten the demise of Syria?
Not the Syrians. Not the Syrian Government. Not Russia or China.
Only the West/NATO/Israel/GCC benefit from the massacre. The aforementioned have all along wanted a military solution. The FSA is armed and ready to slaughter for their paymasters in NATO. It is well known that weapons have been funneling through to the terrorists via Lebanon, via Jordan, via Turkey, via Libya. The Saudi’s are financing weapons. France is financing. The US is financing weapons flow to the terrorists
Just a few previous posts covering this (if you have been following along for a while you can bypass them if you wish)
US poised to supply arms to Syrian Terrorists, ooops I mean "rebels"
FSA training in Kosovo
Libyan weapons seized in Lebanon- headed for NATO's terrorists in Syria
Additional interesting and very relevant reading
FSA will no longer comply with ceasefire, but they have never done it. False-Flag massacres to achieve a military intervention?
The innocent victims were shot or stabbed, but by whom is the important question. That the external Syrian opposition, e.g. based in Istanbul, the terrorist “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and the West immediately know whom to condemn for this massacre, is no surprise and was to be expected. Also the representation of the Syrian government in the capital Damascus was to be expected, but what has really happened in al-Houleh (al-Houlah / Houla), Syria?
Considering the approaches of the so-called Syrian opposition and the Western media in recent months, it was no question that these sides will blame the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad for all violence within Syria. Also this time, there was no search for any evidence; the reports with immediate blame-assignments were published quickly, without including any facts.
Lengthy piece. Worth reading in full.