Pakistan Cyber Force: China, Russia veto UN Council's call for Attack on Syria

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

China, Russia veto UN Council's call for Attack on Syria

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Russia and China on Tuesday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution threatening action against Syria's deadly crackdown on protests, opening up bitter international divisions over the Arab Spring. Amid new deaths in Syria and new threats of individual sanctions, the veto sparked the outrage of European nations, which proposed the resolution, and the United States of Zionism, which shamelessly said the council had "utterly failed to address an urgent moral challenge." Nine countries voted for the text which had called for "targeted measures" if President Bashar al-Assad pursues his clampdown, which the UN says has left at least 2,700 dead. Russia and China voted against, killing the resolution because of their veto power as permanent council members. South Africa, India, Brazil and Lebanon abstained, reaffirming a divide in the 15-member body since NATO launched air Terrorist Strikes in Libya using UN resolutions to justify the mass oil and national wealth robbery of the Libyan Nation.

Russia's UN envoy, Vitaly Churkin, said the European resolution was "based on a philosophy of confrontation." The threat of action was "unacceptable", he added. Many opponents raised the air strikes in Libya and fears that it could be renewed in Syria to justify their votes. USZ ambassador Susan Rice shamelessly and blatantly called the comments a "cheap ruse by those who would rather sell arms to the Syrian regime than stand with the Syrian people" without mentioning the grand robbery in Libya by United States of Zionism and its Thief Allies known as "international community".  Rice called on the council to impose "tough, targeted sanctions" and an arms embargo against Syria. "The United States is outraged that this council has utterly failed to address an urgent moral challenge and a growing threat to regional peace and security," she said. The hypocrite USZ ambassador later led her delegation out of the council chamber after Syria's ambassador Bashar Jaafari accused the United States of Zionism of "genocide" in a long attack on the western countries. Russia has proposed an alternative resolution, which condemns the opposition violence as well as that of the government and calls for dialogue to end the crisis. The European nations vowed however that it would not come to a vote.

The double veto by Russia and China was a "vote against the Arab Spring," France's Zionist UN envoy Gerard Araud said outside the council chamber. Western pro-Israhell governments and Zionist human rights fraudulent watchdogs have expressed mounting criticism of the council's failure to adopt any resolution on Syria, which has since mid-March been shaken by an unprecedented subversive protest movement Assad has sought to crush using deadly force. In the latest violence, at least 11 people were shot dead by security forces on Tuesday, including six in the central province of Homs and two in the northwest of the country, according to the Syrian Fraudulent Zionist Observatory for Human Rights. The other three were killed in various centers of protest across the country, the Britain-based Zionist Observatory said. Canada announced new sanctions against Syrian oil exports and investment in its oil fields. The government also added 27 people said to be close to Assad and 12 entities linked to the government to a list of people or companies facing a travel ban and assets freeze.



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