Saturday, May 23, 2015

United Nations: No, It's Not Assad's Fault That Syrians Are Dying...Nope, Not ISIS' Fault Either....It's the Damn Israelis' Fault!

Documented evidence of Bashir Assad using chemical weapons on the Syria people and yet the United Nations has come out to finger Israel as the culprit against the health risks of Syrians.  Documented evidence of Syrians crucified and slaughtered by ISIS but no, the United Nations doesn't hold ISIS accountable....it's the damn Joos!

The story comes from Israel National News.



UN Condemns Israel for 'Violating Health of Syrians'

The UN is once again singling out Israel for criticism. The UN Watch NGO on Friday reported that the global body adopted a draft resolution portraying Israel as violating the health rights of Syrians in the Golan.

The resolution comes even though Israeli hospitals continue their life-saving treatment for escalating numbers of wounded Syrians fleeing the civil war in their country.

By a vote of 104 to 4, with 6 abstentions and 65 absent, the Jewish state was the only country in the world to be singled out on Wednesday by the annual assembly of the UN’s World Health Organization. The decision was ratified Friday in Geneva in a final reading by the plenary, noted UN Watch.

The resolution adopts two reports heaping blame upon Israel for allegedly violating the health rights of both the Palestinians and Druze residents of the Golan, and constituted the 2015 assembly’s only treatment of a specific country situation, the NGO said.

“There was no debate on the health of the Yemeni people now under indiscriminate Saudi bombardment, no mention at all of the 1,850 Yemenis killed, the 7,394 wounded, and the 545,000 displaced, many of whom are desperate to find food,” said UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer.

On the contrary, he added, the representative of Saudi Arabia took the floor to denounce “Israeli intransigence,” and to beseech “all peace loving states” to adopt the distorted and politicized resolution.

“The despotic regime must have felt especially emboldened as the gathering took place adjacent to the Human Rights Council, where Saudi Arabia sits as a full member, elected in 2013 by more than two-thirds of the UN General Assembly,” said Neuer.

The resolution, he continued, falsely claimed a dire need for “health-related technical assistance” for “the Syrian population in the occupied Syrian Golan” and said nothing about the Syrians being murdered in their own country.

“Instead, the scapegoating of Israel—in the form of a special debate, two lopsided reports, the resolution, and the publication of country submissions—provided a UN platform for Assad’s murderous regime,” said Neuer.

The latest anti-Israel resolution follows a motion in March, when the Commission on the Status of Women introduced a motion criticizing Israel for “violating the rights of Palestinian women.”

Israel was the only country to be criticized by the commission, which ignored countries which truly violate women’s rights such as Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iran.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon admitted in 2013 that the UN is biased against Israel, but he later backtracked on those comments.

Friday, May 22, 2015

ISIS Rolls East From Ramadi, Get Ready For 5,000 Shia Militia To Run Like Scared Girls

The news out of Iraq gets worse each day as it seems nothing will stop the advance of ISIS - but not to worry, the fact that ISIS has already moved EAST of Ramadi and broken through the Iraqi Army's next line of defense is just another "setback."

The story comes from Reuters.



Islamic State fighters overrun Iraqi govt lines east of Ramadi

Islamic State militants overran Iraqi government defences east of the city of Ramadi on Thursday, police and pro-government tribal fighters said.

The defensive line was breached at Husaiba, about 10 km (six miles) from the city, on Thursday afternoon after IS fighters intensified mortar and rocket fire.

“The situation is very critical now after Daesh (IS) fighters managed to overrun our defensive line in Husaiba," Police major Khalid al-Fahdawi said.

"We have retreated to the eastern part of the area and we’re waiting for more reinforcements and air force strikes to stop the Daesh advance.”

Ramadi fell to the insurgents on Sunday in the most significant setback for Iraqi security forces in nearly a year.

The IS advance has exposed the shortcomings of Iraq's army and the limitations of U.S. air strikes.

Islamic State is seeking to consolidate its gains in the vast desert province of Anbar, of which Ramadi is capital, where only pockets of territory remain under government control.

Government forces backed by Shi'ite militias have meanwhile been building up at a base near Ramadi in preparation for a counterattack to retake the city.

Sunni Islamic State forces there have taken over tanks and artillery and large amounts of ammunition abandoned by fleeing Iraqi forces.

White Privilege?


Thursday, May 21, 2015

White Privilege?


Video: MSNBC - Pulling Troops Out of Iraq, Letting ISIS Win ...It's All George Bush's Fault

...oh yeah...if George Bush hadn't invaded Iraq in the first place then Barack Obama would have NEVER been put in a position to make a dumbass call of pulling all American troops out of there and losing the war after it had been won.  And secondly, if MSNBC's Thomas Roberts' mother hadn't spread her legs that one fateful night, we wouldn't have to listen to the lunatic rantings of this fucking metrosexual on our tv screens.


Monday, May 18, 2015

Shia Militias Assemble to Retake Ramadi - How the Iraqis Fell Into the Trap of Sectarian Civil War

For over six years, the Bush Administration and U.S. armed forces in Iraq did a masterful job of denying al Qaeda in Iraq it's goal of full-fledged sectarian civil war in Iraq - when al Qaeda in Iraq bombed Shia mosques, the U.S. worked with the Iraqi government to keep a lid on the revenge from the Shias and when al Qaeda even bombed Sunni targets to help stir the pot, it didn't work.

Enter Barack Hussein Obama.  He pulled all U.S. troops out of Iraq, leaving the north and west of Iraq totally vulnerable to al Qaeda in Iraq #2...namely ISIS.  And now, we see the fall of Ramadi in Anbar province to ISIS and the planned counter-offensive that is jammed full of angry and ill-prepared Shia militiamen from the south of Iraq.  First off, this is going to be a disaster - the first wave of a counter-offensive by these flip-flop wearing Shias from Basra will leave a pile of dead the likes many of us haven't seen and the rest of them that do survive and the ragtag Iraqi troops with them will run like a group of school girls running from a basket full of snakes.

But what is more - every Sunni tribesman in western Iraq is going to NOT see Iraqi militiamen coming to help them, they are going to see Iranian devils ATTACKING them and you will see the alliances start to build between the Sunni tribes and ISIS.  Bush commandeered a revolutionary concept of "The Awakening" where Sunni tribes worked with American troops to oust al Qaeda in Iraq....but then again, we put Barack Hussein Obama into this mix and we have the full-fledged sectarian civil war that al Qaeda wanted from the start. 

This is going to be a bloodbath.

The story comes from The Washington Post.