Thursday, September 5, 2013

I am with The UN leader ... Mr. Ban ... Together and against Mabus

If you look at some of my WATs (my jots on what I am picking up and posting as I look at this time period and say Mabus has and is getting everyone to fight ... war, die and pay on there way down this wide and broad road... ) you might of notice the picture of Mabus ... 

Well what I see happening is the same kind of ticket as Bush and Colin Powell as they got everyone to fight Iraq... Thinking that was going to be a slam dunk...

As everyone well see soon that prophecies are coming true in this time period... If you look at it...

Under Mabus the United States is headed full bore into another war, this time against the will of the people, as the leadership in this country is taking everyone to hell again, with the same old people, claiming To be on the right side ... Even though everyone is pointing out that war (milatary strike) is not the answer... That it's going to start a Bigger conflict in the area...

Here is what the head of the UN said ...
 I just read from part of an article from BBC 
President Barack Obama has won backing from key US political figures on his plans for a military strike on Syria.

Mr Obama said a "limited" strike was needed to degrade President Bashar al-Assad's capabilities in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack.

Key Republican leaders John Boehner and Eric Cantor both voiced their support for military action. Congress is expected to vote next week.

The UN earlier confirmed that more than two million Syrians were now refugees.

More than 100,000 people are thought to have died since the uprising against President Assad began in March 2011.

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However much Republicans dislike the president, they do not want to leave the US in a position where so many have already argued it would be weakened in the eyes of the world”

Mr Boehner said his supported Mr Obama's call for action, and that only the US had the capacity to stop President Assad. Mr Boehner urged his colleagues in Congress to follow suit.

Mr Cantor, the House of Representatives majority leader, said he also backed Mr Obama.

The Virginia Republican said: "Assad's Syria, a state sponsor of terrorism, is the epitome of a rogue state, and it has long posed a direct threat to American interests and to our partners."

Mr Obama said that Mr Assad had to be held accountable for the chemical attack and that he was confident Congress would back him.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron had also backed Mr Obama, but Parliament rejected a resolution on military action.

Ban Ki-moon: "We must put an end to the atrocities"
At the US hearing, Mr Kerry said the possibility of such a defeat in Congress was "too dire" to contemplate.

He also said that if the UN Security Council failed to act in an appropriate way, Americans "shouldn't turn our backs and say there is nothing we can do".

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon had earlier said that the organisation's charter permitted military action only in self defence or with the agreement of the Security Council.

Mr Ban said a US military response could create more turmoil, but that if chemical weapons had been used in Syria then the Security Council should unite and take action against what would be "an outrageous war crime".

The US has put the death toll from the attack on the outskirts of Damascus on 21 August at 1,429, including 426 children, though other countries and organisations have given lower figures.

The Syrian government denies any involvement and blames rebels for the attack.

Interactive: Tent city now home to 130,000
In an interview with French newspaper Le Figaro on Monday, President Assad warned that foreign military action could ignite a wider regional conflict.

'Overwhelming burden'
Earlier, the UN refugee agency said that more than two million Syrians were now registered as refugees, after the total went up by a million in the past six months.

It said in a statement: "Syria is haemorrhaging women, children and men who cross borders often with little more than the clothes on their backs."

Around half of those forced to leave are children, UN agencies estimate, with about three-quarters of them under 11.

As well as those who have left the country, a further 4.25 million have been displaced within Syria, the UNHCR says, meaning that more people from Syria are now forcibly displaced than from other country...

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