Even the United Nations Knows Syrian Rebels Used Chemical Weapons So Why Is Obama Still Accusing Assad
Well maybe that's what his wahabi muslim bosses told him to say
by Arthur Foxake
Results of the west's proxy war in the Syrian city of Aleppo
The U.S.A. and it's main allies Britain and France have been quick to ratchet up the war talk in their accusations that the assad regime has used illegal weapons against the "brave freedom fighters opposing the tyrant Assad" as an excuse for stepping up military aid to the Jihadist rebels. Israel meanwhile has jumped the gun a little and has already started bombing Syria because they claim the Assad regime is using chemical weapons in the conflict, though why Israel should be concerned about its arch enemy Syria being embroiled in a bloody civil war that can only lead to the disintegration of the nation is anybody's guess, a United Nations investigation has revealed just the opposite.
The rebels are the ones responsible that have been using sarin gas and other chemical weapons, according to witness statements given to United Nations medical staff and human rights workers.
"The United Nations independent commission of inquiry on Syria has not yet seen evidence of government forces having used chemical weapons, which are banned under international law, said commission member Carla Del Ponte."
"Our investigators have been in neighboring countries interviewing victims, doctors and field hospitals and, according to their report of last week which I have seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof of the use of sarin gas, from the way the victims were treated," Del Ponte said in an interview with Swiss-Italian television."
"This was use on the part of the opposition, the rebels, not by the government authorities," she added, speaking in Italian"
Barack Obama and other members of his administration have been eager to point the finger of blame for alleged atrocities in Syria at the Assad regime (which to be fair does not have a good track record on human rights or tolerance of dissidents)while European and other world leaders are continually expressing outrage at suggestions that the Syrian regime is responsible for atrocities and has used chemical weapons in the conflict. The NATO allies have repeatedly made these accusations with no substantiated evidence or reliable intelligence to support them.
While the West continues to insist that the Assad regime is guilty of war crimes, Israel's unprovoked strike against Syria is a clear international crime in direct violation of international law. We ought also to be adding the names of those leading the Syrian rebellion to the list of war criminals. The use of chemical weapons by the allied Syrian rebels is no less a war crime that the illegal wars waged by the west against Afghanistan and the regimes of Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gadaffi, and lower level conflicts in Yemen, Somalia and most recently Mali.
Americans, quite rightly, do not like it if an englishman like myself tells them how their country should be run. Most respect my right to an opinion of policy matters but would not take kindly to my advising Americans they should vote for candidate A rather than candidate B or making my views on American constitutional matters known. Similarly most British people do not appreciate American's telling us what is wrong with our country and how the people of the UK should organise our political affairs. What we can agree on is that the UK and USA must actually be run in accordance with the people's determinations if we are to have any credibility when talking about democracy. Bother Britain and the USA are so far democracies, just about, but they have forgotten the commitment made to the world when the victorious allies of world War 2 took a central role in writing the UN Charter.
Chapter 1 Article 1 of the UN Charter reads (extract);
"To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the
principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take
other appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace;"
The legal definition of self determination is as follows;
"The political right of the majority to the exercise of power within the boundaries of a generally accepted political unit, area, or territory." Self determination is defined and made legally binding on the government of the UK in Articale 21 of the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights;
" The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures."
The peoples of the UK, the USA and Europe cannot expect to continue to enjoy their primary human right to self determination and at the same time be governed by people who are quite happy to deny that right to other nations. Peace and political stability cannot be achieved through international treaties agreed by unelected bureaucrats and rubber stamped by elected leaders.
Just as those "progressives" who call for the courts to overturn democratic votes against same sex marriage are not liberals or democrats, so the nations of a powerful alliance that wages war to effect the downfall of governments it does not like cannot call themselves democracies.
Stable government must be constructed by majority will in strict accordance with the the basis human freedom that is their right to self determination. In a true democracy governments rule by the consent of the people. The alternatives are certain bloody revolution, economic stagnation and the very real possibility of eventual war with what is left of the free world. The west is already suffering for it's unjust wars, no matter how repugnant tyrants are, their overthrow is a matter for their own people, not our governments. If we go to war in Syria it could easily lead to the collapse of the Euro - American economic system.
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