Syria?

The Dangerously Incomplete Hariri Report


By Robert Parry
October 23, 2005


A new United Nations report implicates the Syrian government in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, giving a lift to George W. Bush’s demand for “regime change” in Damascus. But the investigation has many holes, including failure to follow up on a mysterious van connected to the Feb. 14 bombing. [continued at Consortium News]

3 comments:

  1. does anyone think...I mean anyone who thinks...think the UN is a serious organization? It's the biggest group of extortionist in the history of man...With these bums it's always about the money. Should we put any faith in anything they have to say?

    Just ask the Hungarians in 1956...
    The Ethiopians in the 1980's
    The Kurds in the 1990's

    The UN sits and counts it's money while the third world burns...

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  2. So, does the United States.

    I think we should try to clean up the poop in our own backyard (or the White House) before moving on to the next neighborhood (the UN.)

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  3. agreed...we is just as stinky!

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