As US-facilitated lawlessness abound, can the United Nations play any meaningful role in promoting a semblance of international law?
Sooner or later, the people of Greater Eurasia, particularly within the core nations of Russia, China and India may demand a governmental reappraisal of their UN memberships. What does the UN do? Prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons, which, failed in the case of Pakistan, North Korea and possibly Saudi Arabia? Prevent the emergence of Western-backed transnational jihad from the Mujahedeen-era to present-day Syria and Iraq? Prevent Western-backed regime changes and colour revolutions?
Even neutral UN drafts are conveniently reinterpreted by the US to satiate its geopolitical bloodlust.
Between 2012 and 2015, the UN Security Council (UNSC) passed eight resolutions concerning Syria. Although the wording of each was neutral, the US and its allies mendaciously depicted them as a “unanimous” international condemnation of Damascus. Resolution 2209 (2015) was particularly noteworthy: While the envoys of Russia and China condemned the use of chemical weapons in Syria, both avoided blaming any party before formal investigations were complete. The US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, however had no hesitation in blaming Bashar al-Assad’s culpability in the official draft. Later, an 85-page UN report issued on Dec 13, 2013 acknowledged that chemical weapons were indeed used – against Syrian “soldiers and civilians!”
In the meantime, up to 500,000 Syrians have been killed, many of them via beheadings, crucifixions and immolations. More creative execution methods include RPG firing squads and freezing deserters to death. How can the Islamic State afford such sadistic extravagance?
The Syrian human toll does not include the rapes, enslavement and forced conversions perpetrated on the Yazidi and Christian minorities. While this article is being read by someone, somewhere, some minority Syrian girl is being caged, raped in captivity or sold off by terrorists propped by Greater Eurabia.
A US-led UN resolution is therefore tantamount to a national Siren Song. Blood inevitably flows, lives will be snuffed out and targeted nations will be ruined. (Luckier nations like Cuba and Iran only get sanctioned). It doesn’t matter that the stats are pretty incriminating. If the US had militarily intervened in 30 nations in the past 30 years, all 30 of them would be showpiece basket cases. One study claims that the US had “killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 ‘Victim Nations’ Since World War II” while yet another shows that the US has been at war 93% of the time – 222 out of 239 years – since 1776!
In the final analysis, one should ask: As a pan-Eurasian institutional and arbitration complex takes shape, is the post-WWII UN model relevant anymore? Extract from Eurasia View