A joint BRICS statement says military action in Syria without authorization from the UN Security Council is dangerous and unacceptable.I couldn't find any reference to that joint BRICS statement in German media.Than I thought to fire up Google-search to see what major Western media outlets worldwide have to comment on that statement.Guess what! Nothing, nil, nada.
If nothing else, those BRICS states stand for rawly 42% of the whole world population!
Why don't you say what BRICS is? It's the club of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. They are about as irrelevant to the West as ASEAN is.
Irrelevant?Don't make a fool of yourself ersi.[...]BTW, it's not a matter of relevance but one of filtering news. Those which don't fit the agenda get dropped.
Quote from: krake on 2017-04-17, 11:17:25Irrelevant?Don't make a fool of yourself ersi.[...]BTW, it's not a matter of relevance but one of filtering news. Those which don't fit the agenda get dropped.Doesn't it occur to you that news just might be filtered according to relevance? I happen to be a professional of this field. I do it every day.
Le ministre des affaires étrangères, Jean-Marc Ayrault, a soutenu mercredi 19 avril que le gouvernement syrien avait « sciemment utilisé l'arme chimique » le 4 avril dernier à Khan Cheikoun, lors d'une attaque qui a fait 87 morts, dont 31 enfants.« C'est une question de jours, mais nous apporterons la preuve que le régime a bien organisé ces frappes avec des armes chimiques. J'exprime une conviction, dans quelques jours je pourrai vous apporter des preuves », a déclaré le chef de la diplomatie française lors de l'émission « Question d'info » LCP-Franceinfo-Le Monde-AFP.
krake, you're straying into Alex Jones territory...
Yawn. Of course I do.Because it's in line with Trump's and B. Johnson's baseless accusations. It fits perfectly the agenda.
Me - a far right? That's funny.
You, a conspiracy theorist.
Do you think I take such a clown as Alex Jones seriously?
I'd like to know -for a fact- who used poison gas in Syria... Is the UN willing to investigate?
A series of chemical weapon attacks in March and April 2013 was investigated over the next few months by a special UN mission to Syria. A person with close knowledge of the UN's activity in Syria told me that there was evidence linking the Syrian opposition to the first gas attack, on 19 March in Khan Al-Assal, a village near Aleppo. In its final report in December, the mission said that at least 19 civilians and one Syrian soldier were among the fatalities, along with scores of injured. It had no mandate to assign responsibility for the attack, but the person with knowledge of the UN's activities said: 'Investigators interviewed the people who were there, including the doctors who treated the victims. It was clear that the rebels used the gas. It did not come out in public because no one wanted to know.'source
@ersi and all those others interested: I'd like to know -for a fact- who used poison gas in Syria... Is the UN willing to investigate?Or will Russia prevent it?
You can't post after dead.
Quote from: Belfrager on 2017-04-20, 14:34:58You can't post after dead.Are you sure you're Catholic?
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