Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says some political players are undermining the UN-brokered ceasefire in Syria. He also says both opposition groups and regime troops “had a hand” in the Houla massacre.
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Russia is one of the few countries left that seem to have a somewhat honest approach towards the events in Syria.On the other hand, virtually all Western governments are adopting the "lie, lie, lie" approach, with their propaganda and their support for militant terrorists.
TO: Bulov (unregistered) wrote in #11
Thank you so much for smart insights. I could have guessed Italy, Spain would in the side of Russia and also of Iran and Vietnam but I did not know Germany and Japan are also part of this project. This makes me much happier and hopeful because I want to see closer cooperation most of all between Russia and Germany. That is why I was alarmed when I saw last night the German UNSC rep making endless accusations against Syria which were not based on the preliminary UN report of the tragic event in Houla. The last thing I want to see is strong frictions between Germany and Russia. It is very smart of Japan to finally grasp where the future is heading.
I saw the other day a report on the Voice of Russia website of new development of Vladivostok’s harbour that it can become new shipping hub in the Pacific Rim! Japan can be strategic partners of China and Russia and Germany can look to these new markets and also Russians have “soft spot” for Germany and these relationships can serve the world better. Perhaps these facts may explain why Washington and London and Paris are so eager to bring about regime change in Syria.
P/S. I have seen in number of You Tube clips that majority of Syrian youth speak/older peopel as well speak the Russian language and that shows me that they have oriented their future of their country in line with Russia.
Thank YOU...& You are more than welcome :)
Putin, stop the killing in Syria, Russia is more concerned about selling weapons to the Syrian government, then helping the Syrian peopl. Its one massace after another and all that Russia does is to veto any help by the United Nations. One day the Syrian people will remember what Russia is all about and throw them out of their country. The Russian PM, all he does is give excuses why no one should help these people. Russia is a great nation, but all I can say now is SHAME on you.
I urge Russia to have and show the courage of President Vladimir Putin to stand beside the Assad Syrian government and directly reflect back the wave after wave of USA/Israeli self-serving propaganda regarding the USA/Israeli proxy terrorists attack, blowing up and murdering Syrian and Lebanese civilians who support Assad and Hezbollah.US A/Israel are engaged in the utter suicide of the depraved, profane Apartheid Israeli state by pushing and daring the Syrian government to strike back against the Satanically evil Zionists leading Apartheid Israel who are directing the terrorists in their base inside Turkey along with USA military trainers and special forces working beside them.Syria has more than enough chemical and biological weapons which they could place on any of the 100's of their larger ballistic missiles to flatten Apartheid Israel and rightly serve the goose stepping Zionists what the depraved Zionists have repeatedly served up to the Palestinian and Lebanese people during the past 10+ years.Russia should begin to push back against the often infernal demonization of Putin and those that stand against the USA State Department's proxy terrorists directing, equipping and funding the terrorists blowing up the Syrian people with nail bombs, IED's, Suicide Bombs strapped to their body's and loaded into vehicles.USA laws prevent other nations from doing the same and certainly Russia should be calling them to task on such utter hypocrisy of funding, equipping and helping the terrorists just as the USA State Department did in Libya now using the same play book on Syria.
If US, Israel and NATO continue with their Game of Regime change in Syria then they should know well that they are hated so much all over the region that all their puppet Kings/Emirs in Middle East and Persian Gulf will be toppled withing a week in case Regional War begins because people are fed up with Despot/Tyrant Regimes supported by US/NATO/Israel. To get Syria US/NATO will lose many countries. Anti American sentiments are already very high all over Arab world.
KOSTYA (unregistered) wrote in #1
"some of us are trying to point out the culprit"I would link the direct quote...as per your custom...but I think an internet expert like yourself can find it
---"So me of us" includes you, moron. Both sides. And "trying" is the KEY word here.I cannot find that which does not exist, although I am an expert on the Internet.
KOSTYA (unregistered) wrote in #15
Christen Stephansen (unregistered) wrote in #13
KOSTYA (unregistered) wrote in #9
Did you read the link Derp? You do know the definition of defame right...you have to have a good reputation first....before it can be defamed. There is no such thing as "evidence" you would accept...read the link.Sometimes you just have tosay Phuket (you know what I mean)WIN!!!!
---Yes, I read the article. Twice, now that you linked it again. It still doesn't bear any evidence, as you admit. Since I rely on evidence before I judge, well ... it seems you don't need evidence.And yes, I have lived in Phuket, if that is what you are referring to. I don't know how you could know that (except for googling my name), but I don't really care either. I'm not paranoid, cause if I were I would live in fear.You win when you have evidence.___________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________lol. ..if you didn't live in fear...you wouldn't be living in Thailand (again...you know what I mean)There is plenty of evidence out there...and I have yet to see you produce any...Good Night Chris...until another time perhaps
---Sorry to break your bubble, I already returned to live in Denmark. I was only in Thailand for two years. I wish I could have stayed, but it was impossible for me to extend my visa.So why did I go to Thailand? I was sick of living in Europe. Everyone here is self-obsessed, if not obsessed with sing star shows about their neighbour, etc. I was lucky to sell my apartment with profit, which I decided to spend abroad.One kind of "evidence" to counter the false flag story, which I have repeated here as well, is that artillery does not produce knife and gunshot wounds. Artillery maims and dismembers. There you go, another of your lies shot down. Where is YOUR proof of anything?I am not determined in my beliefs, I am actually always ready to change my stance depending on the evidence presented. Yet ... in this story there is no evidence the Syrian army is behind these killings. None. Unless you found them? So I am not adamant in my beliefs, I am not saying I know the truth, I am saying I know WHEN I HEAR A LIE!
The foreign Minister was very clear in condemning both side, and there
is not concrete proof of who is fully responsible, especially witht the
photos being discovered as a hoax.However, Huffington Post is
peddling this as "Even Russia" as a twist on the Russian Federations
response in a carefully coordinated psyops attackDesperatio n.?
Christen Stephansen (unregistered) wrote in #16
Christen Stephansen (unregistered) wrote in #6
While you mourn, some of us are trying to point out the culprit. Don't try to skew the picture by reaching out for sympathy for the dead, it doesn't mean anything if we don't actively react.
---1) I never said it was wrong to mourn.2) I never said I was right or wrong, neither did I say I knew who the culprit were.3) The above post was about action versus in-action in taking a stance against atrocities, nothing else.___________ ____________________ ____________________ ________Now you have risen my curiosity again Chris. How could you point out the culprit if you don't know hwo it is?"some of us are trying to point out the culprit"I would link the direct quote...as per your custom...but I think an internet expert like yourself can find it
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