Monday, December 5, 2016

Russia AND China Veto Aleppo Ceasefire Resolution. While France Deplores..

About that UN Resolution mentioned in the previous post?

SAA & Allies Control 2/3rds of East Aleppo- Aleppo psyop ended?

UN Security Council Vote Today on Aleppo Ceasefire Plan

The United Nations Security Council is due to vote Monday on a resolution calling for a seven-day cease-fire in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo and unimpeded access for the delivery of humanitarian aid.
The resolution drafted by Egypt, Spain and New Zealand says the council would consider seven-day extensions to the halt in fighting. The text bans attacks "with any weapons," including airstrikes and mortars that have been used to devastate large areas in both rebel-held and government-controlled parts of Aleppo.

Here's the latest! 

Russia, China veto UN demand for seven-day truce in Syria

Russia and China together!

From Al Arabiya:
Russia and China on Monday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have demanded a seven-day truce in Syria’s Aleppo, with Russia arguing it would allow rebels to regroup and that time was needed for talks between Washington and Moscow.
After criticizing the Security Council’s incapability to reach a solution over Syria, Egypt envoy to UN Amro Abu Al-Atta gave a heartfelt plea.
 In a direct address to regional powers, he said “what are you fighting for in Syria when you see a woman holding her dying baby…Syrians trying to find help from strangers?”
Egypt- the nation that does Israel's bidding by slamming the doors on Palestinians. 

Crocodile Tears Dampen The Floors at  the UN

More from Al Arabiya about the blocked U.N. resolution:

The United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution  that Egypt helped to draft  demanding an initial seven-day ceasefire in Aleppo, sources have confirmed to Al Arabiya.
 Egypt, New Zealand and Spain drafted the resolution demanding the truce after extensive negotiations with Russia.
As I mentioned earlier.. Egypt and friends drafted the resolution.

mon Dieu!: France Deplores the VETO 

France undoubtedly spouting heartfelt rhetoric and shedding  crocodile tears too.

As France bombs Syrians in Syria...

Some additional links
DW- Russia and China on Monday blocked a UN Security Council resolution aimed at establishing a seven-day ceasefire in the besieged city of Aleppo in Syria.
Digital Journal
From earlier today and one from yesterday!


  1. ["Egypt- the nation that does Israel's bidding by slamming the doors on Palestinians."]

    When I read your first blog on this, my first thought was..."Egypt? Not to be trusted!"

    Glad to hear the news Penny! Just yesterday was this...
    4 Palestinians found dead after Egypt floods Gaza tunnel
    DEC. 4, 2016 4:38 P.M. (UPDATED: DEC. 5, 2016 1:55 P.M.)

  2. Hahah, love your pictures and jokes. Yep, Egypt is no friend of Syria.

  3. article title caught my eye in Op-Ed column

    Turkey is in the middle of a big clash of interests

    Then two days ago another key story came: Sirvan Barzani, a senior Peshermga official in the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), said they were in talks with Baghdad for a possible independent state. According to him, Baghdad said ‘’Why not?”

    Who is this Baghdad administration? And who is it dependent on? Of course, it is dependent on the U.S. So the source of the “independent Kurdish state” green light signaled to Barzani is apparent. In other words, the U.S. from the beginning has foreseen a Kurdistan region or state, dependent on it, on the Syria-Iraq line. That is in the interests of the U.S.

    there is more of article

  4. while you are over there, take note about the IMF releasing sheckles from a monster loan to Iraq back in July
    Nothing has changed over the centuries and the same evil force is behind them all
    total Dominion is the End Game

  5. short article @SANA about Egypt in Washington
    Support for territorial integrity and holding the Russian line of international players being responsible thru aggression of the situation in MENA and migrants in Europe