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Syria massacre in Houla condemned as outrage grows

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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 02:53 AM
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I'm reading this same story on a lot of other outlets and I'm still not seeing any more pictures or media. Right now it seems we don't know who is responsible for this atrocity and there is good reason to suspect it could be the rebels themselves.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 03:12 AM
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Source

Here is the link of the picture may be distributing sorry for the misspelling but from the photo they look like they were shot by guns and sliced by knives


Notice in the article how NATO and American puppet countries are calling for pressure?



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:14 AM
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This was not just Propaganda, I saw the videos. They will not be in the News. Way too graphic for TV. But I do know there are elements that are trying to create such to draw USA, and others into the situation. It is not the Syrian Government, but have been in the middle of all the Arab Spring. The entire Middle East is Outraged over this. They will take care of this themselves. The ones behind it really went way too far this time.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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This can't be the work of the Syrian government.

With the UN, NATO and practically the world looking on, they know only too well this would spark off another Libya type intervention.

People who're falling for this will be begging our governments to bomb the # out of the Syrian government forces !



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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In my view i believe it was False Flag by the Free Syrian Army, after all they were the ones that reported it first.

I too have seen the videos on YouTube, Very Graphic, however they dont look as if they were killed by the artillery as they claim.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:43 AM
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Btw it seems your a new member eh? welcome please read the ATS rules

and also it is propaganda in a way the fact that it was reported by the FSA first.
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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by ColCurious
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Seems like "do nothing" is rule #1 in UN observers' operations manual.


It is indeed..

During the Bosnian conflict they tied our hands and made us witness live people being dumped in with huge piles of bodies, and make us beg the Serbs to get those people out so we could treat them..



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:46 AM
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Originally posted by EvanB

Originally posted by ColCurious
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Seems like "do nothing" is rule #1 in UN observers' operations manual.


It is indeed..

During the Bosnian conflict they tied our hands and made us witness live people being dumped in with huge piles of bodies, and make us beg the Serbs to get those people out so we could treat them..


I am from Bosnia and you know have no idea what the war was like but if you remember CNN was one sided as they are now.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 04:55 AM
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Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter

Originally posted by EvanB

Originally posted by ColCurious
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Seems like "do nothing" is rule #1 in UN observers' operations manual.


It is indeed..

During the Bosnian conflict they tied our hands and made us witness live people being dumped in with huge piles of bodies, and make us beg the Serbs to get those people out so we could treat them..


I am from Bosnia and you know have no idea what the war was like but if you remember CNN was one sided as they are now.


Maybe not for you, but I was there too.

Yeah, are you surprised by the propaganda machine that is CNN?

On this though I will reserve judgement.. I have all too quickly jumped up and cried foul in the past.. And then later lived to regret it..

Either way... I pray for the killing to stop.. They... Whoever they are, are killing innocents.. There is a very special place in hell for them..


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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 05:03 AM
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Yeah, are you surprised by the propaganda machine that is CNN?


Actually i am not surprised, its no wonder why there ratings have been dropping as of late people are tried of there lies, i expect the same thing will happen to fox news pretty much soon.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 05:04 AM
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Also heres an update from Reuters.


Syrian authorities deny responsibility for Houla massacre, foreign ministry spokesman says - @Reuters


Not surprising. But that was sure quick blame game on Assad by America and by Hillary they sure hiding something up.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 05:21 AM
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Just found this a few minutes ago, might be right :


“CIA and Mossad agents have carried out – and still – various attacks in several countries including Iraq, Pakistan and Libya,” Aydinlik stated in a report published Monday.

The report made it clear that the agents have bombed mosques during the occupation of Iraq in order to incite Shiites against Sunnis and vice versa.

“Those agents have achieved their goal where most of their operations were targeting Shiite and Sunnite mosques. All bombings were declared suicide attacks, while the suicide bombers were announced killed, but the fact is contrary to what was claimed,” the daily added.


Source : Turkish Daily: CIA and Mossad behind Syria Bombings

And this : US May Vet Arms For Rebels

And this from Rense is worth a read if this is true. Small quote from it :


A secular state, Syria has a population of 21 million, 90% of whom are Muslim. It is one of the few Arab states, which protects and respects its Christian minority (10%); a policy, which was also pursued by the previous leaders of Iraq and Libya.

Most of the banks, including the Central Bank of Syria, Commercial Bank of Syria, Agricultural Co-operative Bank, Industrial Bank, Popular Credit Bank and Real Estate Bank, are STATE owned, a system of banking, which is anathema to the Western model of debt finance, which is based on fractional reserves and creates money out of nothing at interest.


Source : The Truth About Syria



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 05:39 AM
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I think the observers are doing all they can from their position. I think until this awful war crime that they had been making a difference with their presence in forcing both sides to limit their killing.

This kind of incident could be a tipping point though which could either lead to a withdrawal of the observers, their continued presence but with no effect on the conflict, or a bolstering of the mission and possibly a new vote at the Security Council over some kind of armed Chapter 6-7 intervention.

Who know's what the best way forward is.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:30 AM
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Originally posted by EvanB
I have all too quickly jumped up and cried foul in the past.. And then later lived to regret it..



I was once like you u, jumped up, etc, etc during my earlier years on ATS, due to lack of trust in MSM. I naivedly believed everything posters wrote here. Until I started doing my own research, meeting up with others, visit foreign capitals, talk to them that I realized here on ATS too, it may be no better than the media, for there are many whom have different agendas here, using many techniques, lies, deceptions and half-truths to fool and mislead others.

In the past, I thought only americans posted here, and that with regards to arab issues, most of the arabs and muslims would not know how to post in english. Thus when they claimed that they are americans, but support terrorism and the murder of innocents, or support murderous regimes, I had to grow suspicious.

Overtime, I realized ATS has more visitors from the world than other sites, and most of them can write better english, far better than me.

We get all kinds here, some whom were naived as me once, some were just angry people letting off steam, some just plain ignorant, some just plain evil, and the worse kind of all - the agents and bootlickers from repressive regimes themselves here, out to whitewash, distract, derail, or confuse others to their masters' inhuman acts.

Thus, I suggest more be discerning in what you read, and not be mislead.

The fact of Syria is very much of what had been reported. NONE, no one, can deny that innocent lives had been lost. Despite some of the bootlickers denials or misdirection of blame to others, - the ones who owns massive firepower, tanks and choppers is the evil Regime themselves.

No one else can move as freely as them supported by those machines of death. Foreigners have no free access in Syria to move such equipment except their supporters - the brutal russians whom have a military base there.

Accusations of the Rebellion carrying out the murders are groundless if not totally unconsciounable. The thought that the rebels will murder the ones whom they are trying to free is easy for those twisted minds to conjure up, but quite another on the ground for mass troops to commit such atrocities, more so on their own suffering people.

The Regime is fully capable of it, for it had crossed over that threshold of humanity proven long ago in the eyes of the world. The Rebellion had not, because they were the very ones whom fled from the Regime's orders iin order to protect their own people.

In the end, who kills who is not the issue right now. The critical issue is that KILLING of innocents is still conducted, on a massive scale today. UN had failed.

What next?

Russian and China CCP gov leaders are well known to have no conscience, but what about our fellow human brothers and sisters in Russia and China? Do they have no conscience too, to allow their tyrants to sanction murder upon fellow humans by refusing to stop Syria's barbarism?

The insignificant nobody me am only one man and can never achieve much alone, but as a race, combined, we must not let our fellow human brothers and sisters down in Syria.

They may be different from us - religion, culture, etc, but they DO share common aspirations that you and I do. Our own leaders had ignored and failed them for a terrifying 14 months. Are we, mankind, as fellow humans, going to fail them too with our indifference to the murders of innocents by the evil Regime there?


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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:47 AM
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Originally posted by Albastion

Syria massacre in Houla condemned as outrage grows


www.bbc.co.uk

This image - which cannot be independently verified - is believed to show the bodies of children in Houla awaiting burial

Western nations are pressing for a response to the massacre in the Syrian town of Houla, with the US calling for an end to what it called President Bashar al-Assad's "rule by murder".
(visit the link for the full news article)



No absolutely not, this is not our responsibility to get involved in an islamic religious civil war. They need to take care of this on their own. If the Muslim Brotherhood wants to flip Syria for the Sunni's they can do it on their own time and money.

No more wars!

From what i have seen and read most of this stuff is made up by CNN.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 08:15 AM
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I'm sorry to say this but have you considered that certain factions have actually commited these atrocities so the syrian rebels get the blame. Certain arabic countries are arming the rebels against the goverment and just maybe the syrian goverment has carried it out their hardly going to say to the world yes we've done this. At the end of the day they are going down the pan the rebels are not going to murder innocents, yes innocent people will die but the goverment doesn't really care they have already murdered thousands there is numerous camps run by the syrian goverments that torture, mutilate and murder on a daily basis that same goverment ordered that all western journalist be killed. Whether we like it or not the UN will end up going in



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 08:56 AM
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Today is Pentecost... Where God wrote His law on the stone tablets of our hearts....

But we still allow the destruction of innocents...


Love God, Love people, who are made in His image...

We are failures!

We kill our own children to prove a point...

Some say other kids...They are not.. They are OUR kids...

And I weep for them, coz I know no-one else will..

And as a soldier myself.. Along with my brothers and sisters in arms who have woke up big time... These f77kers WILL die who perpetuate this crime......



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 09:00 AM
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Basically whenever they blame syria for some massacre, take it as code to mean "al CIA da strikes again" and now they will hypocritically use this as justifcation for war. Fear and hypocrisy is their weapons.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 09:54 AM
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Whats the bet Assad's military had no involvement! I sniff US/Qatari/MEK mix involvement here to make Assad look bad - even though I think he should step down anyhow.

Yep, like another poster says......this is pure MSM propaganda



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 10:03 AM
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Creating enemies for the future generations to come, just like they did when they created al Qaeda in the 80's, just like they are doing in Libya right now. Always need a boogeyman.
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