G(R)8: PUTIN BECOMES UNLIKELY HERO ON THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS
beggars belief how any could smile...at a time like this.
The vile and mean spirited Western media propaganda machines will continue to print their lies, but too many people, now understand the truth.
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This time did not need to happen.
A brutal, violent and truly out of control, Western Juggernaut seeks - global - domination.
The people really are all in this together.
What happens to any, does not happen in a vacuum, unrelated to a bigger picture, that affects everyone.
In this context, where the ambitions of the Western Juggernaut, really do need to be reigned in, and some balance restored/de-centralisation maintained, Putin has found himself to be the unlikely hero of ordinary people in the West.
There is surprise all round with that one.
A true road to Damascus moment.
A sign of just how insane, many now realise, our own dear leaders have become.
In PR jargon, it was Putin who found "traction" with the ordinary people.
The people said Putin has integrity.
Obama and Cameron look small, and they know it.
What people are making sense of is:
1. the true reality of our systems and structures.
Where do the people find true Justice ?
An ever growing number of people now understand that there is a very big difference between on the one hand, law and justice - and - on the other hand, big business lobbyists (whether called MP's, or more obviously despots) who may legislate.
Monarchy is not justice
Democracy is not justice
Law (which is quite different from just inventing volumes of self serving business legislation) has Justice
And ultimately it is - only - the system of - justice - that can benefit the people.
Putin is not offering that, but he is trying to reign in the worst excesses of Western Injustices, that are truly, out of control.
And sure, for his own reasons, and those of his people.
On this occasion, however, more by accident than design, Putin's interests happen to coincide with the "direction of travel" of any justice.
Putin candidly demonstrated how the You Tube Cannibal, represents all that is evil and grotesque about the Western juggernaut.
He also talked about the Western juggernauts least favourite subject.
There's not much Obama and Cameron could say to all that, until the quite straight-talking Russian's back is turned, and he is out of the way.
So they mumbled about, trying to control, a peace conference, sometime.
2. There are clear tactical reasons for the current situation in the Middle East.
The people know, Western (governments: ie: business) "interests" want control of the resources in the Middle East (& Africa) on their own terms.
The sheer unbridled greed of those business interests has created a time in which we have reached a crossroads.
That ironically, happens to be Damascus.
The U.S have just announced their very public, kiss and make up with the Taliban & Al Qaeda in Afghanistan. My how far the U.S has "travelled" since 9-11. So Obama will be closing down Guantanamo now, will he ?
If the West & Co, can now use "Al-Qaeda" to install their puppet in Syria, their juggernaut will most likely become unstoppable as millions more suffer and die, for what can only inevitably be an insatiable greed.
Israel will finally annex what remains of Palestine, (they are talking about it) destroying the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood of Hamas, while the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt (and whoever is the puppet in Syria) and the Turkish government, stand by and do nothing, in the face of what could be a much weakened Hezbollah, in Lebanon.
However, the interests of various groups in Syria or elsewhere, do not outweigh the interests of people everywhere, if there is further shift in balance with our Western Juggernaut of mass murderers, getting even bigger and more grotesque.
The question many people ask ourselves is this. What are any people standing up to in Syria, now ? What is it, in their everyday lives, that Assad will not let them do ?
All we now see is the brutality of what is a western backed Al-Qaeda, everywhere in Syria.
Just what sort of justice, do the Syrian rebels claim they want, and for whom ?
The West cannot even produce anyone to front any peace conference.
If Assad is toppled, Hezbollah weakened and Palestine annexed, Israel will be strengthened and the West will move to remove the government in Iran.
Where is the real justice for any people, anywhere, in that ?
What sort of people would install themselves as Western puppets, in Syria, knowing that is what the Western juggernaut, intend ?
If people in Syria want to do the Western mass murderers dirty work, don't dare claim it has anything to do with justice, and do not expect the help of ordinary western people.
People in Syria are dying - because - some people are out for what they can get for themselves, from the biggest and still growing mass murderers of modern times, the Western juggernaut, while ignoring the bigger picture, where...justice can only - begin - to exist, when it is for, everyone.
When enough people recognise - the people - are all in this ...together.
It needs saying.
G(R)8: PUTIN STICKS IT TO HANNIBAL DAVE
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He is pleased with the tax avoidance deal and says he will sign it, noting, pointedly, that many tax havens are under British jurisdictions as crown dependencies.
He insists he does not feel "isolated" on Syria. He says the bloodshed must be stopped but only by diplomacy. He says arming the rebels with only exacerbate the situation.
Speaking specifically about the alleged use of chemical weapons, including the nerve gas Sarin, by Assad's troops, he said: "We do not have this information. Not all G8 members take the view that chemical weapons were in fact used by the Syrian Army. Some actually agree with us that there is no proof."
He went on: "We had disagreements that is true but I never felt lonely and Russia never was on its own in making a statement in regards of Syria."
Putin says it is premature to say what his G8 agenda will be when he assumes the Presidency but it will follow on from Cameron's agenda in Sochi.
82. We are determined to work together to stop the bloodshed and loss of life in Syria and to support the Syrian people to establish peace and stability through political means. We are gravely concerned at the appalling human tragedy that the UN estimates has cost the lives of over 93,000 people and led to 4.2 million internally displaced persons and 1.6 million refugees. We acknowledge the vital humanitarian role played by neighbouring countries hosting Syrian refugees, above all Lebanon and Jordan, in dealing with the significant economic and security pressures they are facing as a result of the conflict and refugee influx.
83. Given the extraordinary humanitarian need as reflected in the latest UN appeal for $5.2 billion in 2013, we are resolved to make exceptional contributions commensurate with the scale of the problem. At this meeting G8 Leaders confirmed additional contributions of almost $1.5 billion to meet humanitarian needs in Syria and its neighbours. We recognise that further contributions will be needed given the scale of the challenge. We urge other countries and organisations to make similar commitments. We call for aid agencies to be given immediate access to provide humanitarian assistance to all civilians in need, in accordance with humanitarian principles and international law, particularly in the worst affected areas such as Qusayr.
84. We remain committed to achieving a political solution to the crisis based on a vision for a united, inclusive and democratic Syria. We strongly endorse the decision to hold as soon as possible the Geneva Conference on Syria to implement fully the Geneva Communiqué of 30 June 2012, which sets out a number of key steps beginning with agreement on a transitional governing body with full executive powers, formed by mutual consent. As the Geneva Communiqué says, the public services must be preserved or restored. This includes the military forces and security services. However all governmental institutions and state offices must perform according to professional and human rights standards, operating under a top leadership that inspires public confidence, under the control of the transitional governing body.
85. Both sides at the Conference must engage seriously and constructively. They should be fully representative of the Syrian people and committed to the implementation of the Geneva Communiqué and to the achievement of stability and reconciliation. We will engage actively with the parties in order to achieve successful outcomes.
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86. We are deeply concerned by the growing threat from terrorism and extremism in Syria, and also by the increasingly sectarian nature of the conflict. Syria must belong to all Syrians, including its minorities and all religious groups. We call on the Syrian authorities and opposition at the Geneva Conference jointly to commit to destroying and expelling from Syria all organisations and individuals affiliated to Al Qaeda, and any other non- state actors linked to terrorism. We will support UN planning for Syria’s transition, recovery, and reconstruction needs, in particular by maintaining continuity of state institutions during transition and helping to ensure that the security forces are effective, accountable and able to deal with the threat of terrorism and extremism.
87. We condemn any use of chemical weapons in Syria and call on all parties to the conflict to allow access to the UN investigating team mandated by the UN Secretary-General, and drawing on the expertise of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and World Health Organisation (WHO), in order to conduct an objective investigation into reports of use of chemical weapons. The UN team should make their report and deliver it to the UN Security Council for their assessment. We are determined that those who may be found responsible for the use of chemical weapons will be held accountable. We emphasise the need for the secure and safe storage of all chemical weapons in Syria, pending their destruction under international verification. We also condemn in the strongest possible terms all human rights violations and abuses in Syria, committed by anyone, including indiscriminate attacks on civilians. We call on all sides to respect international humanitarian and human rights laws, noting the particular responsibility of the Syrian authorities in this regard.