posted on Nov, 28 2011 @ 06:56 PM
Looks like the French may get the humanitarian corridors they desired.Once the U.N. establishes these corridors it will be time for war. Just as
evidenced in Libya.
Just more hostage camps...But I'm sure U.S. money can buy the U.N. along with Israel , who still holds the Palestinian money pledged for UNESCO.I
wonder who will support the U.N. if there are no funds...and the crimes being committed can't be justified by their emergency response and disaster
control ,overseen by themselves.
No longer being able to secure the disaster...but don't worry I'm sure the local terrorists will help before, during and after the bombings.What we
seen in Libya will pale in comparison to what may possibly be the next assault against the world and it's cascading flow of death, misery and
sorrow...Shame, shame,shame...The atrocities being committed against creation...
Not trying to be a harbinger of doom, but this intervention and incursion of power only appears to be awakening the whole continent, which also has a
lot of military might and power.
A group of military officers from NATO and Persian Gulf nations have quietly established a mixed operational command at Iskenderun in the Turkish
Hatay province on the border of North Syria, debkafile's military sources report. Hailing from the United States, France, Canada, Qatar, Saudi Arabia
and the United Arab Emirates, with Turkish officers providing liaison, they do not represent NATO but are self-designated "monitors." Their mission is
to set up "humanitarian corridors" inside Syria to serve the victims of Bashar Assad's crackdown. Commanded by ground, naval, air force and
engineering officers, the task force aims to move into most of northern Syria.
I hope for the sake of humanity that this will not end in Nuclear war,because if it does,let's see if we saved ourselves, or were saved by what we
hold dear in our hearts,and that is Love.....
The mission of Syria at the United Nations
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