U.N. Vote Forebodes Things to Come: Syria, Russia and China!, Pt. 2

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 10:25 AM
June 5, 2014

Syrian-War   One must understand that by aligning themselves with Syria in blocking the U.N. vote for criminal prosecution in the Hague, Russia and China emphatically state they condone Syria’s Hitler-type atrocities in this civil war.

That United Nation’s vote was based on irrefutable photographic evidence showing Syria’s “systematic killing of about 11,000 detainees, according to three eminent international lawyers,” according to Ian Black of theguardian.com.

Yet, with such evidence, Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s UN ambassador, dismissed the vote as a mere “publicity stunt.” He told CNN News:  “The draft resolution rejected today reveals an attempt to use the ICC to further inflame the political passions and lay the groundwork for eventual outside military intervention.” He somehow convoluted the vote as a “policy aims at escalating the conflict.”

Black continues: “It was the fourth time Russia had blocked a security council resolution on Syria, consistent with its defense of President Bashar al-Assad and his government from serious pressure or censure.”

“Most of the victims were young men and many corpses were emaciated, bloodstained and bore signs of torture. Some had no eyes; others showed signs of strangulation or electrocution.” Sir Desmond de Silva QC, former chief prosecutor for Sierra Leone, claims the evidence “documented industrial-scale killing.”

To date, Syria’s war has resulted in the deaths of over 100,000 civilians, and displaced 2.5 million Syrian refugees.  To make matters worse, too many nations in western Europe and the Middle East vacillate about Syria’s behavior.

Reporting directly for the United Nations, Evan Schneider discloses: “Joint UN-League of Arab States Special Representative on the Syria crisis, Lakhdar Brahimi, resigned from his post after nearly two years of diplomatic efforts to bring about a political solution to the brutal civil war.”

When accepting the envoy’s resignation, the head of the U.N. acknowledged that the 80-year old Algerian diplomat Aleppohad faced almost impossible odds, “with a Syrian nation, Middle Easters region and wider international community that have been hopelessly divided in their approaches to ending the conflict.”

Nations, such as Russia, China, and North Korea, of course, do not want the war to end, because they––unlike leaders in the U.S. and Western Europe––indeed recognize that the world is now in Act One of the continuing World War III.

As advocates of this initial and continuing World War, leaders of such nations ultimately do not want an institution like the United Nations to exist at all. Aware that the institution’s very existence is threatened, U.N. deputy secretary general, Jan Eliasson, argues:  “If members of the Council continue to be unable to agree on a measure that could provide some accountability for the ongoing crimes, the credibility of this body and the entire organization will continue to suffer.”

Surely, First World War angels of The LORD continue to prove that such nations committing and upholding Syria’s horrors stay enthused by spiritual forces of evil: “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6: 12).”

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