European visits play significant role to correct the wrong Western policies

The European parliamentarians, journalists, researchers and university professors have been invited to visit Syria to have a firsthand experience of what is going in there and convey what they see back to their governments, highlighting the importance of restoring the European states’ diplomatic relations with Syria.

These delegations efficiently work to correct the wrong policies adopted by some governments towards what is happening in Syria.

The European parliamentarians could play a significant role to correct the wrong policies of their governments that have caused terrorism to spread and led to worsening the living conditions of the Syrian people due to the economic blockade they imposed on them, forcing many Syrians to leave their country and seek refuge in other states.

Vladimir Putin is the only leader the West has

By Paul Craig Roberts

A Reuters news report under the names of presstitutes Robin Emmott and Sabine Siebold shows how devoid the West is of honest, intelligent and responsible journalists and government officials.

First we will examine the dishonesty or incompetence of the reporters and then that of Western government officials.

Emmott and Siebold describe NATO as a "Western defense alliance."  Since the Clinton regime NATO has been an alliance for waging offensive war, a war crime under the Nuremberg rules established by the United States.

This is what it is!

 US Senator: "We Have Never Done Anything More Loathsome or Despicable Than What We're Doing in Syria."

 By Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ 9th July, 2016

 Senator Richard Black and Janice Kortkamp discuss the shameful situation in Syria, where the US government is actively arming and funding Al Nusra (Al Qaeda) and "conduits" ("moderates"), blending them together, and then using this model to exterminate the Syrian population.

 It should be noted that the mass media machine is seemingly losing its effect, as more and more prominent and senior figures (e.g Robert Fisk) are calling a spade a spade, or a "moderate" a terrorist. It just goes to show that you can fool some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but never all of the people all of the time.

Biased report to achieve political goals


From the very beginning of the crisis in Syria, the UN and its bodies have been used to achieve political objectives that serve the states involved in the conspiracy hatched against Syrian people. The Human Rights Council’s dealing with the state in Syria in each session, since more than five years, has revealed an unprecedented case of provocation and politicization.

Some countries which have a black record of human rights’ violation, call for holding special sessions for the council, and formulate messages and decisions pretending their commitment to the rights of the Syrian people, while this contradicts their behavior and their endeavors to prolong crisis in Syria through supporting terrorism and seeking to obstruct the cessation of hostilities agreement.

Credibility of the UN reports will remain incomplete as long as they are built on a political approach that distorts reality and ignores a war waged on Syria where terrorism is used as a tool to realize political goals. The exploitation of this Council and its mechanisms should be halted.

"immediately suspend” Saudi Arabia from the UN Human Rights Council

 Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called on the United Nations General Assembly to “immediately suspend” Saudi Arabia from the UN Human Rights Council because of numerous serious human rights violations.

“Saudi Arabia has committed gross and systematic violations of human rights during its time as a Council member, and it has used its position on the Council to shield itself from accountability for its violations in Yemen,” the two human rights watchdogs wrote in a joint letter to the UN on Wednesday according to RT.

They were referring to the actions of the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemeni conflict that resulted in numerous casualties among civilians.

The two organizations said they documented “69 unlawful airstrikes by the coalition, some of which may amount to war crimes,” that took lives of at least 913 civilians and hit homes, markets, hospitals, schools, civilian businesses, and mosques.

The human rights NGOs also stressed that the Saudi-led coalition used internationally banned cluster munitions in 19 strikes, some of which also targeted civilian areas.