How would Americans feel if the water supply in New York City is cut off?
We ask the question because right now the water supply in Aleppo has been cut off by the US funded terrorists after they have succeeded in preventing the delivery of humanitarian aid a few days ago.
Can we hear a loud outcry of human rights being violated from the West this time around?
On the contrary, the Western mainstream media are carrying the US State Department twisted line that Syria and Russia are using barbaric methods in Syria, where the US forces remain uninvited, or are still illegally occupying various camps to “advise their Free Syrian Army.”.
Russia has been directly and repeatedly accused of war crimes at the UN security council in an unusually blunt session, as hopes of any form of ceasefire were flattened by the scale and ferocity of the Syrian regime’s assault on eastern Aleppo.
The war crimes accusations centred on the widespread use of bunker-busting and incendiary bombs on the 275,000 civilians living in the rebel-held east of the city, weapons that Moscow’s accusers say were dropped by Russian aircraft.
“Bunker-busting bombs, more suited to destroying military installations, are now destroying homes, decimating bomb shelters, crippling, maiming, killing dozens, if not hundreds,” Matthew Rycroft, the UK ambassador to the UN, said during the emergency security council session on Syria on Sunday.
“Incendiary munitions, indiscriminate in their reach, are being dropped on to civilian areas so that, yet again, Aleppo is burning. And to cap it all, water supplies, so vital to millions, are now being targeted, depriving water to those most in need. In short, it is difficult to deny that Russia is partnering with the Syrian regime to carry out war crimes.”
It must be understood that it was Russia which first sent humanitarian aid, and established refugee camps in Syria, ahead of everyone else.
It was also Russia which finally destroyed the Daesh oil smuggling activities in Syria and Iraq through precision bombings, and in the process exposed 40 countries which directly benefited from such an illegal enterprise.
In short, the West has no moral high ground to point fingers on who is doing barbarism in Syria because the records will show that even in Libya, the rebels fighting against Colonel Gadhafi are already expressing their deepest regrets what their country has become under the control of freedom loving United States.
Libyans who mounted a revolution against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi now miss the stability provided by the old order because of the savage violence into which the country has descended, it is reported.
The testimony has emerged in a number of on-the-ground interviews carried out by the Daily Mail and comes only days after a Commons Defence Committee report placed blame for the country’s collapse and the emergence of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) firmly on the shoulders of David Cameron.
The former PM, who stepped down as an MP hours before the report was published, faces calls from fellow Tories to appear before the committee to account for the “ill-conceived” 2011 war, which even US President Barack Obama is alleged to have privately written off as Cameron’s personal “sh*t-show.”
Five years on from the conflict, Libyans are lamenting the violence, blackouts, shortages, refugee crisis and general descent into chaos of the formerly stable North African state.
“I joined the revolution in the first days and fought against Gaddafi,” a former anti-regime fighter named Mohammed told the Mail.
“Before 2011 I hated Gaddafi more than anyone. But now, life is much, much harder, and I have become his biggest fan,” the 31-year-old said.
Now, the US-Saudi funded Daesh terrorists are doing the same thing to the Syrians trapped in what was once the economic capital of Syria.
Aleppo is ‘dying’ after nearly two million people were left without water and at least 115 were killed in ferocious bombing, the UN said last night.
Countless more victims were feared buried alive under rubble yesterday as President Bashar Assad’s Syrian forces tried to reclaim rebel areas.
Hostilities had intensified on Friday night when attempts to repair a water pump supplying rebel districts were halted by a fierce bombardment.
In retaliation, the Suleiman al-Halabi pumping station serving the rest of the city was switched off yesterday.
Kieran Dwyer, spokesman for the UN children’s agency Unicef, said water was now being used as a weapon of war by both sides and warned the results could be ‘catastrophic’.
Mr Dwyer said the Bab al-Nairab pumping station supplying rebel-held parts of Aleppo was damaged on Thursday and subsequent strikes had made repairs impossible.
He said: ‘That pumping station pumps water to the entire population of the eastern part of city – that’s at least 200,000 people.
‘Then in retaliation for that attack a nearby pumping station that pumps water to the entire western part of the city – upwards to 1.5 million people – was deliberately switched off.’
Fears are growing that desperate families will be forced to use contaminated water carrying diseases that are a high risk to young children.
This signature Nazionist method of bringing down a population is being ignored by the United Nations, United States, and EU countries, all of which are self-proclaimed staunch defenders of human rights across the planet.
Worse, the United Nations are even blaming Russia and Syria about the destruction in Aleppo due to “government bombardment” when it is the American forces that are not invited to come into Syria.
Obviously, the terrorists are just justifying their desperate genocidal action when they fed the UNICEF position so that both the Syrian government and Russia stop their decisive military operations in regaining Aleppo.
This is the reason why it took so long for Russia to start the recovery operations of the cities of Aleppo, and Raqqa.
Donald Trump attempted to draw parallels between Israel’s separation barrier and his much-touted border wall pledge on Sunday after both presidential nominees met the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
In Trump’s hour-long meeting with Netanyahu at his Trump Tower penthouse, the two reportedly discussed “at length Israel’s successful experience with a security fence that helped secure its borders”, according to the Trump campaign.
Israel’s separation barrier, which runs for 440 miles (700km) near or along the 1949 armistice lines set after Israel’s war for independence, is a fence of most of its length. In contrast, Trump has pledged to build a wall of concrete and rebar as high as 55 feet (17 metres) along the nearly 2,000 mile border between the US and Mexico.
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