Saturday, June 21, 2014

Syria: NO UN 'aid' without permission from the elected government

Can't say as I blame Syria. The Useless Nations is, as has been said before, the shiny happy face of the NATO global war machine. As an organization it attempts to mask the ugliness of the killing machine

Readers here should recall when  a UN helicopter got caught gunning humans down in Ukraine?
  The UN has voiced concerns over the apparent use of UN-marked helicopters by Kiev troops in their military operation against Donetsk regional militia. A video of a white-painted Mil Mi-24 strike helicopter with UN logo has emerged.
Voiced concerns?... Yah, that someone got video footage

Here is yet another example of  the UN's deceptive ways....

The UN nations conspiring to deliver aid to their NATO backed mercenaries by whichever name you choose. They are NATO backed killers and terrorizers!
Syria has said any attempt to deliver humanitarian aid to rebel-controlled areas without government approval is tantamount to "an attack on the state" as well as its territorial integrity and political independence
The country's United Nations ambassador Bashar Ja'afari sent a letter to the world body's secretary general Ban Ki-moon and the UN Security Council from Syrian and Arab lawyers protesting against a draft council resolution that would authorise the delivery of humanitarian aid into Syria through four border crossings without approval from President Bashar Assad's government.
Currently, all UN aid must go through Damascus - a practice which UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has repeatedly criticised.
Boohoo Valerie!

Key council members have been negotiating the text of the draft - initially circulated by Australia, Luxembourg, and Jordan - for several weeks.
Australia's UN ambassador Gary Quinlan has said 90% of aid currently "goes to government-held areas" and Syrians in opposition-controlled zones are not getting food and medicine.
Authorising humanitarian access at two crossings from Turkey, one from Jordan and one from Iraq would help more than two million people who have not received aid, he said.

But the lawyers sharply disagreed.

"The sole purpose of the initiative is to use United Nations auspices for the delivery of logistical backing to the terrorists, in preparation for the establishment of 'humanitarian corridors' under the protection of those very states that brought terrorism on to Syrian national territory," they said.

The letter, obtained by The Associated Press, said all humanitarian aid must be delivered with the agreement of the government.
"Importing aid in co-ordination with terrorist organisations and without consultation with the Syrian state would amount to an attack on the Syrian state and on its territorial integrity and political independence," the lawyers said.
Imagine the UN coordinating aid with terrorists organizations? It's sick. It's perverted and it is the reality behind lies!

"Not only would it violate the (United Nations) charter, it would use the charter as a pretext for aggression."
The resolution was initially drafted under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter, which means it could be enforced militarily, but that was dropped at the insistence of Russia, Syria's most important ally.
Russia's UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin said Moscow came up with "an elegant, innovative formula" that would allow humanitarian supplies to go through the four crossing points "which will simplify the humanitarian procedures when the goods are actually on the territory of Syria".
He said Western members of the council had been examining the draft since Tuesday and expressed hope that the resolution would be adopted quickly.
"Frankly, my suspicion is that their main interest very often ... (is) to produce some kind of a political big bang," Mr Churkin said. "When the political big bang is not there, when in fact we focus on the humanitarian situation, then quite often they'll lose interest in the entire exercise. So we'll see what comes out of this discussion on the resolution."
Mr Quinlan said on Thursday that the latest revised Russian draft "is not good enough and can take us backwards potentially".
Of course the revised draft is not good enough, because the aid is not going directly to NATO supported terrorists!

"We need to make sure it works on the ground and generates greater access, but we are not convinced it is the case," he said.
All 15 council members voted for a resolution in February demanding that all sides in the Syrian conflict allow immediate access for aid. UN officials have said the resolution has failed to change the dire humanitarian situation.
Meanwhile Mr Ban says the humanitarian situation in Syria is worsening and the number of people needing urgent help has now reached 10.8 million - almost half of Syria's population of 22 million.
Mr Ban's monthly report to the Security Council said the current estimate of 3.5 million people living in areas that are difficult or impossible for humanitarian workers to reach was also likely to have increased to 4.7 million people.
"Efforts to expand humanitarian assistance to those most in need have been met with continued delays and obstruction," he said.
The UN chief also reported severe levels of violence including intensified use of barrel bombs by government forces against civilian areas, and suicide attacks, reported executions and other acts of terrorism by extremist groups.
Let me offer up a solution to this crisis- NATO& UN please stop supporting terrorists and terrorism.

Stop supporting destabilization campaigns.

 Let the people of Syria and Iraq and all other nations these two groups NATO/UN are terrorizing be the real deciders of their own homelands.

If you haven't read the two posts relinked below please do.They work together and shed much light on the situation in Iraq!

ISIS- A US created "stay behind" using Iraqs plundered wealth.

Al Qaeda + "Awakening Councils" = ISIS



  1. people may like to watch the movie The Art of War which has UN 'Neil Shaw (Snipes) is an operative for the United Nations's covert dirty-tricks squad, using espionage and quasi-ethical tactics to secure peace and cooperation'

    1. I will look for it, thanks brian
      Don't think I have heard of that one previously?

  2. any thought on this move by the UN is just front-running Russia creating a real humanitarian corridor into Novorossia?

    1. I hadn't connected the two together at all.
      could you explain with a bit more detail how it is your connecting this together
      Admittedly I haven't had to much time to think on this the past couple days


    Obviously, a true humanitarian corridor would throw a wrench into the nazi's plan of ethnic clensing of the area so cheveron can destroy the place through fracking without local pressures. One needs to consider many troops would be needed to secure this corridor and that would put a stop to the fighting.

    I watched a video just posted a couple days ago but I just can't find it. It was a Russian official laying out the details of a no-fly zone and aid corridor. Not that this was an actual plan but more pleading his case for some action. It would place troops between the sides and keep them apart. Fly in massive amounts of aid, medical, food, water, etc. From details on current exercises in Russia right now it appears this is being mobilized, though this is just my guess. One of the exercises is a massive airlift campaign that will be ongoing until the 28th.

    To connect this to Syria, I am just speculating that if the west does not get its way with a corridor in Syria, which they know ahead will be shut down by Syria, then they can call foul if Russia tries to do it in Novorossia.

    Sorry I did not provide details up front. I assume too many times that everyone reads the same things I do... will post that video if I come across it again.

    1. Hi Paul:
      thanks for taking the time to clarify. I do appreciate it.
      And if you find the video leave a link that would be great!

      I read the strategic link and it appears that Russia and China got nowhere with the UN. unsurprisingly.

      It appears that the UN will get no where with the Syrian 'humanitarian corridors' unless they coordinate them with Damascus which they don't want to do.
      However that won't stop NATO.