En fruktansvärd massaker genomfördes alltså igår, ca 90 människor dödades varav många barn. Den officiella syriska versionen är att det var väpnade gäng som gick från hus till hus och mejade ner dessa människor. Medan västmedierna naturligtvis vill få det att framstå som att det är syriska regeringsstyrkor som begått dessa fruktansvärda illdåd.
sana.sy – New Massacres by al-Qaeda-linked Terrorist Groups against Families in al-Shumariyeh and Taldo in Homs Countryside (varning för otäcka bilder)
sana.sy – Russia: Information Confirm That Victims of al-Houla Massacre Were Not Killed by Artillery Fire
Makdissi: We absolutely refute the Syrian Forces responsibility for Al Holi Massacre.
Army and security forces were defending themselves and the civilians.
This massacre calls for a UN meeting to investigate who is doing that in Syria, and who is financing them.
We have established a judicial committee to investigate what had happened.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs has spoken to Mr. Kofi Annan, who will be arriving to Syria soon, maybe tomorrow.
The AFP reports: Russia has blocked a UN Security Council statement on the massacre in Syria and has called for an urgent meeting of the council, diplomats said Sunday. They said the meeting could be held on Sunday. Britain and France proposed a statement condemning the massacre in the Syrian town of Houla where at least 92 people, many of them children, were killed on Friday and Saturday.
But diplomats said Russia would not agree to the condemnation until a briefing was given by the head of the UN mission in Syria, Major General Robert Mood.
Tony Cartalucci – BBC Deceitfully Posts Images from Iraq in Syria Massacre Report!
Over the last 24-hours there’s been a renewed media storm over Syria – prompted by a horrific story of atrocities in the town of Houla. Very gruesome images of dead children have been offered to the media, which has lapped them up and used them again and again on our screens and in our newspapers.
The UN observers in Syria, so far, have declined to draw definite conclusions about who’s responsible for this terrible massacre. But unsurprisingly, western media has been less circumspect. There’s a deafening chorus of howls complaining ‘The World’ isn’t doing anything, while President Assad gets away with murdering his own people – again!
Syrian Opposition Officially Abandons UN Peace Plan, UN fails to condemn rebel army’s pledge to expand violence
Scott Creighton – Houla Massacre: The Desperate and Cowardly Act of Regime Change Warmongers
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the rest of the globalist co-conspirators of NATO are saying that the Kofi Annan Peace Plan and the UN Observer’s mission in Syria has failed and that it’s time for the international community to take immediate action after the horrific killings in Houla Syria took the lives of 32 children and 60 adults this past Friday. Her statement leaves little to the imagination as to who she and the rest of the NATO globalists hold responsible for the attacks even though there is strong evidence to suggest that the Syrian government had nothing to do with the massacre.
Given the desperation of the NATO regime change crowd and the nature of the victim’s wounds as well as the rush to judgement and the changing official story, one can only conclude that we have in fact been here before. And though it doesn’t do my heart any good on this Memorial Day weekend to come to the conclusion that I have, all evidence points to yet another staged terrorist act committed with the intent of providing an emotional tidal wave of support for regime change in Syria.
There is no logical reason for the Syrian government to attack their own people and provide the opposition with the exact kind of justification they need to force regime change in Syria. The story makes no sense.
Houla Massacre committed by terrorists supported by the west and their Persian Gulf puppets
Houla horror: truth is elusive, lies are easier to spot
syrianews.cc – Syria: Massacre in Houla – Who benefits from this massacre?
Russia Today – Houla massacre ‘indiscriminate and unforgivable’ – UN mission chief