Friday, September 27, 2013

Deal Struck at UN regarding Syria- NO Chapter 7

The US is spinning this as a breakthrough, however, the agreement is closest to Russia’s original text

“The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have reached an agreement on a draft resolution that would require Syria to turn over its chemical weapons but does not impose severe consequences if it fails to comply.

The resolution is the first time that the world’s major powers have acted in concert”
True enough, but, only because the NATO nutter nations were hell bent on killing as many civilians with their smart bombs as possible

“The main sticking point in reaching a deal was provisions in the resolution on how to enforce the agreement to secure and destroy Syria’s stockpile of chemical weapons. The United States had pushed for a text in which the consequences would fall under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter, which allows the authorization of military force. Russia strongly opposed that.
To secure Russia’s support, Western powers agreed to a resolution that is legally binding but does not contain an automatic recourse to possible military force or sanctions if Syria fails to comply”.
Still, a U.S. State Department official called the deal a “breakthrough.”
“The Russians have agreed to support a strong, binding and enforceable resolution that unites the pressure and focus of the international community on the Syrian regime to ensure the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons,” the official said.”

Since the text for this resolution was closest to the Russian proposal .....why wouldn’t they support it?

Instead, it says the council can meet again and invoke Chapter 7, but that would require another resolution, which Russia could veto.

Who is this Con Coughlin?

His oped while interesting is over the top with spin and pushes the cold war meme, but still, he points out the obvious. The round in this battle went to Russia and China. Both nations, having every reason in the world to not support the heavy handed resolution being pushed by the NATO global army
My comments italicized and in blue. Everything else belongs to Con.

But the key to this disturbing realignment (disturbing realignment? Why? ) in the global power structure is clearly visible in the draft of the Security Council resolution on Syria, which entirely reflects Russia's interests (does it entirely reflect Russia’s interests? How about China’s interests? The rest of the planet? Is it only the US, Britain , France and Israel that matter?)at the expense of those of the Western powers. America, Britain and France, the three Western members of the five permanent members of the Council, wanted the option to take punitive action against the Assad regime if, as most observers expect, Damascus does not fully comply with the U.N.'s requirements. (Nor has anyone considered how U.N. inspectors can be expected to examine and neutralise stockpiles of chemical weapons in the midst of a civil war.)
Well, Con, the Saudi/Israeli partners to kill  can call their dogs off. You know, stop the money and weapons flow. That will dry things up pretty quick, Con.

“But Russia is determined to prevent any form of military intervention in Syria, and to that end insisted that the resolution be watered down to the effect that, if Assad fails to comply, then the issue will be referred back to the U.N. where, as we know from history, it will be subsumed by the organisation's bureaucratic complacency.
In short, Russia has won the diplomatic battle, and the Western powers, after all their threats to bomb Assad into submission, have been made to look weak and impotent”

So, important for perception management purposes that the West project themselves as omnipotent, right?

“Apply this paradigm to Iran and it is not hard to see why Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has decided to embark on a charm offensive with the West. Just like Syria, the Russians have no intention of allowing the Western powers – and that includes Israel – to take military action against Iran over its decade-long refusal to cooperate with the U.N. over its controversial nuclear programme” (?)

Con, is clearly a con man. I guess that’s how he got his name. Iran has complied all along with inspections and has cooperated with the UN, over its uncontroversial nuclear programme


    And from his hideout somewhere in southern Somalia, Mukhtar Abu Zubayr, the emir of Al-Shabaab, planned the most devastating terror attack in Kenya since the U.S. Embassy bombing in 1998. Zubayr, who is also known as:

    Ahmed Abdi Godane

    Yemen American AQ: Adam Yahiye Gadahn
    is an American who is a senior operative, cultural interpreter, spokesman[2] and media advisor[3] for the Islamist group al-Qaeda. (Wiki)

  2. Coughlin is a well known stooge of the spooks.

  3. ty for the comments

    and karin? If your around I did email you almost a week ago, did you get it?
    let me know?
    thanks :)

  4. off topic but amusing
    some good old irish wit:
    The following is purported to be an exchange of correspondence between a customer and the Irish Railway Company (Iarnród Éireann).

    I have been riding your trains daily for the last two years, and the service on your line seems to be getting worse every day. I am tired of standing in the aisle all the time on a 14-mile trip. I think the transportation system is worse than that enjoyed by people 2,000 years ago.

    Yours truly,
    Patrick Finnegan

    Dear Mr. Finnegan,
    We received your letter with reference to the shortcomings of our service and believe you are somewhat confused in your history. The only mode of transportation 2,000 years ago was by foot.

    Irish Railway Company

    I am in receipt of your letter, and indeed I think you are the ones who are confused in your history.
    If you will refer to the Bible and the Book of David, 9th Chapter, you will find that Balaam rode to town on his ass.
    That... Gentlemen, is something I have not been able to do on your train in the last two years!

    Yours feckin' truly,
    Patrick Finnegan.

  5. "Instead, it says the council can meet again and invoke Chapter 7, but that would require another resolution, which Russia could veto."

    Well, there you go. ;)

    Never heard of the "Con" freak. Is that something making the rightwing freakshow rounds in the zionazi media? I'm blissfully ignorant of such говно.

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  6. No. 2 US nuclear commander suspended amid probe

    "Speaking on condition of anonymity, two senior US officials familiar with the investigation said it is related to gambling issues."

    A gambling addiction makes the guy vulnerable to Jewish mafia pressure or pressure from other spy recruiters. On the other hand, the gambling "issues" can hardly been unknown till just recently, so maybe gambling is being used as a cover reason for why he was suspended from playing with nukes and they don't want tell the real reasons. This could go a lot of ways, one scenario discussed in the article comments mentioned a "what if" of the guy refusing to do something in a falseflag op as the possible reason. There has also been a couple other scandals in the American nuclear forces in the last 2 years that have seen quite a few lower level officers removed from the force. Likely a major shake up still going on there, for whatever reasons, and this guy got caught up in it. Anyway, it's something to keep in mind.

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  7. Saker put together a long post with all the details of the UN thingy...

  8. Q: Why is the west so focused on violence as the answer?
    A: It is not an answer that is sought, it's just profitable.

    In the Arms of Dictators: America the Great… Global Arms Dealer
    Posted on March 26, 2013 by Andrew Gavin Marshall

  9. Penny,
    quick fly by, will come back to read your article later this eve. Taking advantage of cooler ( 84ish ) weather to do much needed work outdoors, and get away from this for awhile as we have a respite w/ Syria ( to a degree ).

    Some info on past, present, and possible future Africa Ops.
    Listening live, but you can get it later via youtube

    hope that works, still not sure of myself after all this time that my HTML is correct :D

    Ran into this Armenian blogger earlier this year. He posts seldom to his blog, so it's easy to forget to check by there, but when he does it's essential reading IMHO.

    The Rise of Russia blog
    He has a September post I just found the other eve and referred to last check in.

    A what if, if you don't mind to clarify why I'm even bothering you with this info.

    The fact that Russia has been able to 'wrangle' the US et al so well on the chem weapon issue when they were so darn close to a strike has me and others (prob commenters here also ) wondering how did they accomplish this, which I had more or less accepted when out of the BLUE
    US/ NATO/UN are all chummy with IRAN ? whoa, wait a darn minute.. I did a back up in my thinking.
    (I"m afriad to try bold so 'imagine' the caps as bold ) ;^)

    Remember the 2 missles launch during all that tension in the Med Sea? It got so little coverage that you have to be suspicious. Too big of an incident to be fluffed off as "isreal doing some silly war games stuff w/ so much going on in Med" Lie.

    Back to Armenian blogger: What if, Russia did indeed have Plasma Weapons ?

    Russia Steps Into World Leadership Role - September, 2013

    That isn't all he touches on, but it sure is interesting and he is too serious in his writing / research to put that out, if he didn't believe in the possibility along with Russia's neighbors who have done gobs of research on 'strange light' in skies and allowed NATO into their world.

    When U have time, go over to this man's blog past info/ articles archive: another accidental find that I check in on now and again.

    and see article #1 and also
    PENTAGON EYES IN NORWAY further down the page. For some reason I can't figure out how to bring them up individually.

    Could very well be that they used "blackmail" with US saying, this was a stupid move but we will protect your image (so to speak) and not let it out IF you do this, this, and this in the ME ??
    Or as I going batty ? -er.

    Gotta get moving Pen,
    have a good day, and shout out to all.
    karin aka rouge

  10. [Syria] Краткая сводка о ситуации в Сирии за 27 сентября 2013 года (ANNA)

    A brief summary of the situation in Syria for 27 September 2013 (video has English subtitles)

    A couple of things caught my attention in this report. At about 1:35, they show some captured terrorist equipment from an operation in Homs. These include several Canadian vehicle license plates (WTF!), from Quebec, and tubes containing a rodent pesticide called Phostoxin. The pesticide shown is a match for this Turkish product:

    The report mentions a stash of food being captured at the site, though the film doesn't show much food. The pesticide, which is generally used to protect bulk grain storage, could be to keep rodents off the food. If so, it is interesting the well preparedness being practiced in supplying these terrorists. They are even supplied pesticide to protect their food stores.

    That pesticide is also poisonous to humans and could be used as a toxic agent. The terrorists have already threatened to poison water supplies, and I believe have done this before. Using common poisons as toxic agents, in addition to military CW, as a sort of makeshift CW, is something one would expect from zionazis and their terrorist operatives, so this is one angle that might be worth investigating further.

    Then further in the video, another captured terrorist stash is shown around 3:15. This time from Daraa and includes a good many gas masks.

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  11. an AJE attack on Assad ably defended by commentators

    STukur Mohammed
    Assad is the legitimate and recognized leader of Syria, according to Syrian constitution and people votes. Those foreign puppets(opposition) in Turkish hotels are the traitors of Syria they conspire with terrorist and imperialist to destroy Syria.

  12. Me, flying by again. It turned much hotter today than though and washed me and Pup out. Had to give up for today. Got alot of reading in and alot of info found about Kenya which will share soon.

    We originally hit equal ground on our belief that there is a mode imbedded within all this horror and destruction and resource theft of destruction of History and the rewriting of it.

    I have another one, that I ran into last week, but it sparce compared to this one a friend on twitter found today. Luckily I checked out his tweets and found it.

    Destruction of Syrian antiquity and the government's plans for restoration (video/photo essay) Franklin Lamb


    reading it now. Just felt I needed to get it to you right away. Tears welled in my eyes when I read that part about Iraq's horrid Monsterous Theft.
    It's worse than criminal, and I can't help it but it makes it worse to me that UNESCO is totally on board with this. They need also to be charged IMO.

    As if it couldn't get any worse, Libya is a total wasteland now. No rule of law and no more oil production worth much. Shut down. No electric or water for long periods of time.. a Week just recently. As bad or worse than GAZA. :((

    Ok.. enough from me. Oh.. I had no darn clue that was you in the email.
    Few people have it and I fear when I even give it out for mail order receipts that it will get stolen.
    Scared me and I deleted it :(( Remember, I was over 55 when I got one of these things, and I'm doing well to scratch by as it is :)) Next time you grab a few minutes, send me another and I will realize it is you and keep it to send you links of things I find and research I might run into not cluttering up your comments area.

    My best to you all,

  13. Penny,
    Decided to look the other article up as we can both keep them together, not so rag-tag. I'm bad enough about that already. :)

    I'm sure everyone here will take note immediately just WHERE these happened to show up :((
    Is there smoke coming out of my ears ? :) U bet there is.

  14. thanks everyone for all the comments
    I am knee deep in home renovations, being an ordinary jane and my hubby an ordinary joe--- hehehe
    we are doing most of the work ourselves
    it is messy, heavy and dirty and am expecting upheaval for about 4 - 6 weeks
    so...bear with me
    leave comments, I likely won't respond but will read them
    more importantly other readers will get the info too
    don't be shy
    oh and I am counting on you all to keep me in the loop

  15. Anyone want a laugh.

    Thursday they discuss disarming Syria of WMD.
    Thursday a planned UN meating on nuclear disarmament.

    Thursday a Minuteman III ICBM at 3:30 am lauches from Vandenburg.

    "Col. Scott Fox, vice commander of the 20th Air Force, said in a statement that the test was a visible demonstration of the nation’s nuclear deterrent."

    Maybe O,bammy called Rouhani on friday just to offer an apology for this rudeness.

    Excuse the reference, but isn't this like jackin off before a big date???