Saturday, February 20, 2016

Russia’s UN Resolution Demanding an End to ANY actions that Undermine Syrian Sovereignty- Rejected

Let’s talk about the resolution proposed at the security council by Russia- The resolution, according to msm and alt media, that had everything to do with Turkey. And yet Turkey wasn’t even mentioned. Not named. Not cited. Nadda, nothing! 
Gee, I would think if this was about Turkey, Turkey would have been specifically mentioned? So, what gives? In case you didn't know, the resolution was soundly rejected. 
Read all the way through and I think you'll understand why

The resolution was about respecting Syria's sovereignty:

TodaysZaman 

The Russian draft resolution didn't name Turkey”
ABCnews

“The Russian draft resolution didn't name Turkey” but it was clearly aimed at the Turkish government”
alarabiya
“The Russian draft resolution didn’t name Turkey” but it was clearly aimed at the Turkish government
If Russia didn't cite Turkey specifically, this resolution was NOT aimed at Turkey, alone. No matter how many times the alt or msm media imply this resolution targeted  Turkey, the fact that Russia didn't cite Turkey specifically tells me this resolution cut a wider swathe

syria360
The fact is the Russian draft resolution according to Maria Zakharova will include “demands to end any actions that undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria that are at odds with UN Security Council resolution 2254"
dnaindia
“Earlier on Friday, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced on Friday that a draft resolution will include demands to end any actions that undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria that are at odds with UN Security Council resolution 2254"
Russia plans to table a Security Council resolution demanding an end to actions that undermine Syria's sovereignty, ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a statement posted on the ministry's Internet site”

The resolution was soundly rejected by all member of the security council
Russia Beyond the Headlines

UN, February 20. /TASS/. UN Security Council members failed to reach consent on Russia-initiated draft resolution in support of Syria’s sovereignty, Venezuela’s permanent envoy to UN Rafael Ramirez stated in his Twitter account.
The Kremlin regrets the UN Security Council's refusal to support the Russian resolution on Syria, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.

"All we can do is to express our regret that this draft resolution has not been supported," he told reporters.

I put the article linked below through translate- From Serbian to English. I believe this article gives us a better idea of who this resolution was aimed at:


Moscow in the UN Security Council has listed major US and British strikes against a sovereign state

    On a shortened list of flagrant violations of international law are among other things: the bombing in Yemen in 1946, the US invasion of Grenada (by the UN Security Council called gross violation of international law, and Ronald Regan to him, this assessment is not at all spoiled your appetite for breakfast), Libya and Nicaragua 1986, Panama in 1989, Yugoslavia in 1999, Iraq in 2003 and again in Libya in 2011 ...
    Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia in the UN Security Council Petr ILJICEV: "The consequences of the last intervention in Libya and Syria, its amazing scale. These are the terrible suffering of the civilian population and the destruction of the cultural heritage of mankind, and the migrant crisis without precedent. It is obvious that the presumption own excellence entitles some countries that have long placed himself above the objectives and principles of the Charter of the UN "

RUSSIA is the UN Security Council presented the "express review" the most flagrant violations of international law by the United States and Great Britain.

The list, which includes events of the twentieth century to the present day, he read the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the RF in the world organization Petr Iljicev in response to the accusations against Moscow regarding the events in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea to Russia.

"Some delegations spoke about the violation of the principles of the UN Charter, groundlessly accusing it of Russia. To this fantasy not to create false impression, let me make one "express review" the most flagrant violations of international law, including the objectives and principles of the Charter of the United Nations in recent decades, especially because to them, apparently, a little forgotten, "- said the Russian diplomat the debate dedicated to the maintenance of international peace and security.

Among other things, he referred to the British bombing Yemeni city Harib 1946, pointing out that the SB condemned these moves Resolution 188 "stressing that repression is incompatible with the purposes and principles of the UN Charter."

"In 1983 the United States to invade Grenada. The General Assembly in its resolution 37/8 called facts SAD "gross violation of international law". Many probably know how to react to this document of the then US president (Ronald Reagan) that he was not at the news spoiled my appetite for breakfast "- reminded Iljicev.

Iljicev recalled that the United States in 1986 launched an attack on Libya, and in 1989 introduced the Army in Panama. In both cases, this fact was condemned by the UN General Assembly, which of them amount to a violation of international law.

The Russian diplomat pointed out that the violation of the UN Charter stated the International Court of Justice. "For example, in its first trial in the history of the case, the Corfu Channel 'in 1946, the court found that the United Kingdom violated the sovereignty of Albania. It is well known judgment in the case, Nicaragua against the United States' 1986. In it, the court directly pointed out that the US violated the sovereignty of Nicaragua and norms of non-interference in internal affairs and the lack of use of force "- said Iljicev.

He said Russian deputy ambassador to the UN, "irresponsible attitude" the US and its allies under the Charter of the United Nations continued to degenerate and the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, and the invasion of Iraq in 2003 was followed by Libya, where "with the seemingly altruistic outside help fire broke out, destroying the country and leaving in its place desolation and chaos, "said the diplomat.

In his words, "just such illegal interventions in the form of illegal air strikes or delivery of weapons to non-governmental armed formations," led to the rise of extremism in Syria, which in the end, "spawned the emergence and strengthening of such terrible phenomenon" as a terrorist organization Islamic State .

"The consequences of the intervention in Libya and Syria, its amazing scale. These are the terrible suffering of the civilian population and the destruction of the cultural heritage of mankind, and the migrant crisis is unprecedented, "- said Iljicev.

He pointed out that 70 years after the end of World War II the main principles that form the basis of a system of international relations "become an obstacle for some unpleasant and, as a result, are subject to different interpretations, or simply bypassed."

"It is obvious that the presumption own excellence entitles some countries that have long placed himself above the objectives and principles of the UN Charter," - said the Russian diplomat, referring to the sad statement of US President Barack Obama on the "excellence" of the American nation.

The fact that not one nation was cited, and the resolution spoke generally of supporting Syria's sovereignty, while demanding an end to actions that undermine that sovereignty tells me this resolution was directed at several players in this situation.

Which explains why the US, France and the UK (amongst others) promptly rejected the resolution
 "Six members of the Council, including the United States, the UK and France, rejected the draft resolution in a closed-doors vote on Friday"

13 comments:

  1. I see no mention of Turkey, directly. Of course, statements made afterwards by the msm and alt msm serve to hide true intent from the public. For whom discovering the truth on their own, by doing the necessary research to separate propaganda from fact, is too much of an effort. It's simply easier to turn on one screen or another and simply be told suppossed "truth" concerning issues. Laziness and complacency being part of the fabric of western societies.

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    1. Hi Charles :)
      It really does appear that the Russian resolution was aimed further and wider then Turkey. Of course it could sweep Turkey up in it's wide pass, but, judging by the response from Russia to the US...

      This resolution was aimed at ALL the players eroding Syria's sovereignty including the US, Britain, France all the NATO players- and they voted it down because while they all blame Turkey (like the alt and msm media does in lock step) not a one of those nations has any intention of respecting Syrian sovereignty.

      How do the Kurds figure into this? I don't know.

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  2. Hi Charles again

    I stopped by saker's and viewed the video you left the link for
    It more or less appears to be a recap of Russian activity, the retaking of Syrian territory by allied forces (syrian, iranian, hez)

    supplies and fighters crossing the Turkish border- as has always been the case (from the beginning when the CIA was on the border with arms)

    shots across the border-


    fighters killed from both groups translated as countries, but, clearly it was both groups

    was there something specific that caught your eye Charles?

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    1. What "caught my eye" most was the reference by the minister to the "patriotic forces" being attacked via shelling by the Turks. Was it the SAA and Iranian backed groups or are the Kurds, or both being referenced. Also, it appears, as you pointed out previously, that the Russian forces will not intervene unless they are targeted by the Turks directly. If, however, the Turks increase attacks upon the forces loyal to Syria, will the Russian's be forced into intervention on their behalf?
      Lastly, I was simply interested in your views as to where it's all heading?

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    2. Hi Charles- I thought he was referencing both being shelled-

      "Russian forces will not intervene unless they are targeted by the Turks directly"
      That's what that fellow said, can't recall his name, in that previous post- And so far that looks to be the case

      CF: "If, however, the Turks increase attacks upon the forces loyal to Syria, will the Russian's be forced into intervention on their behalf?"

      As of this moment, I don't think Russia will intervene- I think intervention will occur only if they are attacked themselves

      "Lastly, I was simply interested in your views as to where it's all heading?"

      That's a big question. Judging by today's news the situation is as expected getting worse, while everyone tries to make gains on the ground- It's been an ugly last little bit and it looks as if it will continue in that manner

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  3. Left this comment at saker's:

    Saker " It sure looks like somebody is trying hard to set Turkey on a collision course with Russia, doesn’t it?"

    It looks exactly like that! The US/Israel NATO global tyranny would like nothing better then to see Russia and Turkey at each others throat. I would add that thus far, rhetoric aside, neither Turkey nor Russia has taken the bait. (That could change) It would take all the heat off of the NATO/Israel activities and enable NATO to play their "good guy" card while labeling Russia and Turkey as the problem in the region- You can see signs of that narrative coming through in the msm promotion of the Tsar and Sultan type of meme. Making Erdogan savvy as opposed to the labeling of "lunatic" being bandied about

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    1. I'm finding it very difficult personally to engage with those that consistantly comment
      at the vineyard. Any attempt to show collaboration between the kurdish groups located to the east in Iraq and those in the western sector in Syria is meant with hostility. Any mention of collaboration between the kurds, ISIS and Israel is met with worse. Barzani this and Barzani that, when speaking of the Iraqi Kurds. That he and only he calls their shots; a meme I do not agree with. That the kurds in Syria have no relationships with the zionists or the terrorist groups operating there.
      I find it a very closed and like-minded group. Very much controlled by the alt/msm conglomerate. I cannot get across that Barry is merely a puppet who does not set the agenda of US foriegn policy. It's even more difficult to make believers of many of them regarding the electoral process in the empire. Which I dee as a dog and pony show dedicated to preserving the complete fallacy that democracy exists. It has become frustrating to the point that non-participation is becoming my reality.
      I find quite the opposite here.
      I apologize for venting and I thank you for putting up with it.

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    2. Charles: keep in mind that any large outlet- big audience- like Saker has is going to attract a number of 'agenda pushers'- Paid persons who post information to manage perception along the line of the agenda being pushed by the elites or a specific group- Of course, Israel comes to mind with their Hasbara thugs- And the PKK has it's entire own propaganda machine- If you had any time to read through that book in the previous post you may have noticed the author specifically mentions the PKK use of "agitprop" that's agitation propaganda

      btw: Check out page 42 to understand the type of creep the revered Ocalan is- baby killer


      I notice the overemphasis on Barzani's influence- that's a distraction, because Barzani is leaving. I have already suggested he will be gone before they year is out- if he remains in, I'll be surprised


      As for getting your ideas across, just put them out there and leave it at that-

      I can't push my ideas on anyone, all I can do is invite people to read and consider them as you have done.

      I understand the need to vent and it's not a problem at all :)

      We all get frustrated from time to time.

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    1. hey james- good to see you about :)

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    2. Yeah, Pen, still vertical . . . mostly :)

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  5. Thank you Penny. And to you as well James.
    I've been reading through the book. Very interesting read. I didn't realize until recently how well oiled the propaganda machinery is for certain groups. The kurds. I was aware of it regarding Israel. The financial assets they possess and are provided with from the big players is way beyond what I previously imagined.

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    1. The PKK/YPG and all their other alphabet groups have access to much money and they can buy influence- Heroin trade is profitable as is organ/human trafficking
      Extortion too and the PKK is linked to all that and more

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