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Russia vetos new UN's Syria vote,China agrees

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Re: Russia vetos new UN's Syria vote

Chian alos voted against the resolution I believe.
All other countries voted for it.

It is BAD
The US representative, Susan Rice was very unhappy about Russian and China; she says their arguments were empty.

France also criticised the China and Russia.
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It wasn't just Russia, China vetoed at the same time.
I'm not surprised either, neither of those two countries care about human rights or democracy...
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It wasn't just Russia, China vetoed at the same time.
I'm not surprised either, neither of those two countries care about human rights or democracy...
I don't know if Lin lin ommision was deliberate or just an oversight .

I know this sort of omission use to happen in the old China of only few years ago, because i information was limited, but on a worldwide website, that does not work.
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Re: Russia vetos new UN's Syria vote

British Ambassador to the U.N. Mark Lyall said Russia and China should "ask themselves how many more deaths they are prepared to tolerate."

It is common knowledge that the Russian and Chinese governments do not give attention to such little things like civilian deaths, they kill hundreds of their own people every year..

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Russia and China were afraid of invasion of the west and causing more killings like what happened in Lybia?

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Re: Russia vetos new UN's Syria vote,China agrees

Now you change the title?
So you knew China voted against the resolution and deliberately omitted that fact.

What does it mean "China agrees"?

Although you need only one country, both vetoed the resolution.
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Russia and China were afraid of invasion of the west and causing more killings like what happened in Lybia?
That is BS.
If that is what they were truly afraid of, they had plenty of time to persuade Assad to not to kill the protestors.

france has already accused them of being accomplice in what Assad is doing.
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I told you folks so months ago, regarding "chickens coming home to roost" from the West having way exceeded the mandate on Libya in Security Council Resolution 1973:

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And as I've also pointed out, not only did that let those in Libya who demanded "unconditional surrender" get thousands needlessly killed in places like Misrata after an (enforced) ceasefire should have been in place, but it may well have led to even a watered-down resolution on Syria being vetoed by both on October 4th.
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Bad but once again China and Russia are the baddies, USA has been vetoing resolutions about Israel for decades

When China and Russia wanna help an ally its the worst thing in the world.

Nowadays there are really only 3 members of the security council Russia, China, USA. Do the UK and France serve any purpose except agree with the US on everything.
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Bad but once again China and Russia are the baddies, USA has been vetoing resolutions about Israel for decades
When China and Russia wanna help an ally its the worst thing in the world.
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I agree with K'Fan91 and others the the US has unjustly and unjustifiably vetoed some resolutions against Israel.

But I strongly disagree that China and Russia are helping Syria ..

Besides, this resolution has the backing of the Arab League, the Arab world umbrella orginization, having seen the carnage in Syria.
Thye are trying to save the people of Syria, not Assad regime.
By this action China and Russia are siding with the Assad, who is losing control of the state institutions with each passing day.
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Nowadays there are really only 3 members of the security council Russia, China, USA. Do the UK and France serve any purpose except agree with the US on everything.
France did vow to veto dubya's proposed resolution authorizing the (mainly US - British) invasion of Iraq in 2003, leading to the so-called "Coalition of the Willing". (I presume that Russia and China would have done so anyway).

Regarding how Israel pwns US foreign policy, there are some big lies used to secure this. One is the 2nd Coming BS. A recent one is that Iran would try to "destroy" Israel if it got nukes. BS, they only question the legitimacy of the Israeli state.

This gets conflated into the idea that they'd commit national suicide by attacking a country with 200 plus nukes (that itself isn't even a signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. (And was helping apartheid South Africa go nuclear, B4 Mandela took power and scrapped the program).

North Korea doesn't recognize the South (and the 2 are still technically @ war nearly 6 decades after the armistice) but nobody talks about a pre-emptive strike on the DPRK. Why? Because (and as an ethnic Jew I'm ashamed to say this) my kinsmen are maestros @ acting like they have some special claim on everything, as "The Chosen People".
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British Ambassador to the U.N. Mark Lyall said Russia and China should "ask themselves how many more deaths they are prepared to tolerate."

It is common knowledge that the Russian and Chinese governments do not give attention to such little things like civilian deaths, they kill hundreds of their own people every year..
Perhaps Mark Lyall could of invited Russia and China to the party if NATO care so much about lives. You do know that Russia and China in effect vetoed a military operation?
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France did vow to veto dubya's proposed resolution authorizing the (mainly US - British) invasion of Iraq in 2003, leading to the so-called "Coalition of the Willing". (I presume that Russia and China would have done so anyway).

Regarding how Israel pwns US foreign policy, there are some big lies used to secure this. One is the 2nd Coming BS. A recent one is that Iran would try to "destroy" Israel if it got nukes. BS, they only question the legitimacy of the Israeli state.

This gets conflated into the idea that they'd commit national suicide by attacking a country with 200 plus nukes (that itself isn't even a signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. (And was helping apartheid South Africa go nuclear, B4 Mandela took power and scrapped the program).

North Korea doesn't recognize the South (and the 2 are still technically @ war nearly 6 decades after the armistice) but nobody talks about a pre-emptive strike on the DPRK. Why? Because (and as an ethnic Jew I'm ashamed to say this) my kinsmen are maestros @ acting like they have some special claim on everything, as "The Chosen People".
It appears like some of the "Jews" are doing the stereotypical "dirty" work ( was it money collection of the past in Europe?) but this time for the one trillion dollar "military complex" of the U.S.A. And the stupid fu*ckin common Persians/Arabs ... well I guess better them than "us".
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