U.N. Guilty of ‘Collective Failure’ in Syria, Leader Says

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posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 03:58 PM
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U.N. Guilty of ‘Collective Failure’ in Syria, Leader Says

Yes, a 'Leader' says so.

But not just any 'ol 'Leader'...

He's the Secretary General of the United Nations of all people !!!

What a thing to say ... Today especially
Way to go there buddy, your remarks are great for public confidence.


I bet 'failure' has been the plan all along eh ?



Ban Ki-moon, the secretary general of the United Nations, said Wednesday that the organization was responsible for a “collective failure” to halt more than two years of atrocious violence in Syria, and he expressed hope that the crisis over that country’s chemical weapons stockpile would be a catalyst toward a diplomatic solution.

Mr. Ban’s remarks, in a speech at a United Nations conference, came as diplomatic energy was intensifying over a Russian proposal to secure Syria’s chemical munitions, which averted, for the time being, an American military strike threatened by President Obama, who said in a speech Tuesday night that he would give diplomacy more time.



U.N. Guilty of ‘Collective Failure’ in Syria, Leader Says

Is the U.N. *Really* that much of a Farce ?





posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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The fact is the US doesn't have any evidence. If they decide to attack based on what they have they'll be guilty of war crimes and crimes of aggression.



posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 04:22 PM
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Thought this was the most important part of the Article....



Russian proposal to secure Syria’s chemical munitions, which averted, for the time being, an American military strike threatened by President Obama, who said in a speech Tuesday night that he would give diplomacy more time.


For the time being, that is~



posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 04:22 PM
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The UN cannot do anything when the issue in question is a power/play proxy war involving members of the security council. As this Syria situation is.

Each security council member wields their veto to protect their interests regardless of morality. It was designed this way on purpose by the same members of the security council when they allowed it to be created.

He seems like a nice chap but he's pretty much powerless, as was intended.






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