Day Of Infamy At General Assembly On Syria Resolution


On August 3,

The General Assembly ignored rule of law principles.

Member states are sworn to uphold them.

It passed a non-binding Syrian resolution 133 – 12.

Thirty-one nations abstained.

Cowardice defines their failure to do the right thing.

Saudi Arabia drafted the measure.

It partnered with Qatar and perhaps Bahrain doing so.

They’re regional axis of evil co-conspirators.

Compared to them,

Assad is saintly.

Russia called the measure “biased and unbalanced.”

It was that and much more.

It ignored reality on the ground.

It ran cover for Washington’s proxy war.

It endorsed daily slaughter and destruction.

It ignored Western/Arab League/Israeli responsibility for ravaging another nonbelligerent country.

It spurned millions of Syrians.

In UN history,

August 3, 2012 will live in infamy.

Bashar Ja'afari Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari speaks before a vote on a UN General Assembly resolution on Syria at UN headquarters on August 3, 2012 in New York City. The General Assembly is preparing to vote on a resolution denouncing the Assad regime's violence in Syria.

Honest observers won’t forget how irresponsible nations acted.

At the same time,

12 courageous ones did the right thing.

They include Russia, China, Syria, Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Belarus, Myanmar, North Korea and Zimbabwe.

Syria’s UN envoy Bashar al-Jaafari condemned the resolution.

He called it a hysterical anti-Syrian campaign.

Fundamental UN Charter and other rule of law principles were violated.


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