Peace has a future in the Syrian War on Demoncracy, but just not the way they are imagining it. We are imagining a different outcome where a new alliance emerges and defeats NATO and its Zionist Conspirators. In this scenario Russia comes out on top, but the Syrian people will have to pay a heavy price. Rewards will not always be self-evident in this life.
The move to make Saudi Arabia the head of the UN Human Rights Commission seems to make even more sense in light of this resolution’s rejection. The Zionist Cabal has found a new set of followers and leaders in the nation states of Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
In September 2015, Faisal bin Hassan Trad, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UN in Geneva, has been elected Chair of the United Nations Human Rights Council panel that appoints independent experts. UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer said: “It is scandalous that the UN chose a country that has beheaded more people this year than ISIS to be head of a key human rights panel. Petro-dollars and politics have trumped human rights.” In January 2016, Saudi Arabia executed the prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr who had called for free elections in Saudi Arabia.
Scandalous indeed and highly suspicious given the War on Yemen coincides within this time frame and looks like the planning was the works for some time.
From The Independent;
In a classic case of you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours, the leaked cables ─ translated by UN Watch ─ allege that a secret vote trading deal was made by Britain and Saudi Arabia to ensure both countries were elected to the council.
Just as Saudi Arabia planned its move in the UN so too is Turkey learning how to cook its own goose without realizing it. The UN and NATO and EU are all giant cesspits of hypocrisy and the biggest champions of Demoncracy. Turkey will soon be implicated in its own False Flag attack to justify further war as a pretext to cover its criminality in the death of its own citizens and of Syrians.
From Bloombery Business;
Conflicting interests in Syria have created a dangerous new phase in the country’s five-year war, even as world powers struggle toimplement a truce agreement. Turkey fears Kurdish gains along its border will morph into an autonomous state and inspire similar ambitions among its own Kurdish minority. But a ground intervention risks conflict with Russia, which backs the Kurds militarily, and would anger the U.S., which sees the group as a major ally in the fight against Islamic State.
We will not be surprised by any escalation in Syria because this geography is where the end game lies. All will be won and lost on its soil.