23 September, 2014

How Appropriate: U.S. Invokes Jewish Document (the UN Charter) to Justify Zionist Actions in Syria

Posted by Socrates in 'Middle East', Iran, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Leo Pasvolsky, Socrates, Syria, UN, UN Charter, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 5:04 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Leo Pasvolsky, middle, smoking a pipe)

Iran said there was no legal basis for the Syria strikes without UN authorization or an invitation from the Syrian government. In response, the U.S. invoked Article 51 of the UN Charter. The Charter was written by a Jew, Leo Pasvolsky.


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  7. 2 Responses to “How Appropriate: U.S. Invokes Jewish Document (the UN Charter) to Justify Zionist Actions in Syria”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      It sure looks as if ZOG created ISIS as an excuse to bomb Iraq and Syria over and over and over again. Of course those US air strikes on ISIS held territory will accomplish absolutely nothing except to produce more refugees and more so-called terrorists. But that seems to be exactly what the Jews want, doesn’t it?

      I must be missing something, because I always thought when one country attacks another country that was considered an act of war. Niggerboy Soetero has ordered US forces to bomb Syria, so unless I’m mistaken the US is now at war against Syria. Yet Congress has made no declaration of war, as required by the Constitution.

      Death to America.

    2. fd Says:

      Federal Reconstruction of Asia never ends. Some tribal leaders claim the CIA is managing ISIS. ZOG is upstarting their incomplete wars.