Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Wait: I thought that anybody who called for healthy skepticism about the Hula massacre and who called for skepticism regarding the claims of the fabrication industry of the UnFree Syrian Army is stooge for Asad regime, and yet here the UN is presenting an account that runs counter to the decisive and clear and unequivocal conclusion of the New York Times on day one of the massacre:  "Those difficulties also were illustrated Wednesday in findings by a panel from the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, which is investigating rights violations in Syria. The panel said it was unable to determine conclusively who was responsible for the May 25 massacre of 108 civilians in the western region of Houla, but “considers that forces loyal to the government may have been responsible for many of the deaths.”  So if the regime is responsible for many of the deaths, does that mean that the rest who are killed by the gangs of the UnFree Syrian Army should be forgotten because the killers are in this case allies of the Western political agenda?