Susanne Posel

More than 13,000 people have been murdered by the terrorist groups that have been plaguing Syria since March of 2011.

The mainstream media (MSM) is helping spread the propaganda surrounding the new deaths in Assukar. The MSM reported that FSA claims that it was military “loyal to Assad that went on a systematic killing spree”.

CNN asserts that “the Syrian dictator is trying to restore a balance of fear, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the hands of tyrants throughout history. Killing children is supposed to intimidate the opposition.”

Susan Rice, US Ambassador to the UN remarked that the prospect for a political resolution in Syria is “ almost nonexistent ”. Rice admonishes that the UN Security Council (UNSC) collaborate on a new plan of action.

Susan Rice: Cheerleader for the US Bid to Strike Syria

Rice said to the UNSC: ”Members of this council and members of the international community are left with the option only of having to consider whether they’re prepared to take actions outside of the Annan plan and the authority of this council.”

Hillary Clinton commented that the Houla massacre will be the foundational reason for international accord of military invasion. Clinton said: “Every day that goes by makes the argument for it stronger.”

Rice’s ultimatum coincided with the al-Qaeda backed Free Syrian Army’s (FSA) demand that Assad adopt the UN’s 6 point peace plan recommended by Kofi Annan, UN humanitarian rights representative and UN Arab League’s peace envoy.

The FSA’s threat to Assad stated: ‘If the Syrian regime does not meet the deadline by Friday, the command of the Free Syrian Army announces that it will no longer be tied by any commitment to the Annan plan . . . and our duty will be . . . to defend civilians.

”After the barbarous massacre of women and children at Houla … we announce that there is no more justification for us to unilaterally respect the truce because [President Bashar al-Assad] has buried Annan’s plan.”

The FSA promised to take “courageous decisions” should Assad fail to take their suggestion seriously. They warned of a coming announcement that would produce ‘‘the next phase” of their plans to assault the Syrian government with the aim of forcing Assad to step down “voluntarily”.

The FSA’s demand statement is the manifestation of a comment made by Rice just recently where she loosely eluded to the FSA preforming more attacks in Syria unless Assad stepped down. Rice’s comment was: “The longer Assad clings to power, the greater the risk of destabilization in Syria and throughout the region.” On the bombing of the Syrian military rehearsal, Rice said: “Bombings also remind us of the urgent need for a political solution in Syria before it is too late.” Rice failed to mention that that attack was claimed by al-Qaeda, the US government funded terrorists deployed in the Middle East to wreak havoc.

The al-Qaeda backed terrorists retorted that should Assad adhere to the six point peace plan, they will stop their attacks, remove their military armory from the cities, remove blocks to inaccessible areas, release their political prisoners and give the Syrian government access to their media.

And following these two events was the UN’s discovery of a new massacre where 13 bodies (mostly children) were killed in the same style as the Houla deaths.

Herve Ladsous, UN under Secretary – General, recounted the massacres at Houla and Assukar at a UNSC meeting. Major General Robert Mood, chief of the UN observer mission, said he was “deeply disturbed” by Assukar. ”All the bodies had their hands tied behind their backs and some appear to have been shot in the head from a short distance.”

Zbigniew Brzezinski, wants to see the US “step back” while the UN decides what to do about the Syrian situation.

The UN maintains that Assad has been ignoring the peace plan championed by Annan. This refusal to comply with international “suggestions” has resulted in the deployment of more UN representative “monitors” in Syria.

This corresponds with the death toll rising in the region.

US, France, Britain, and Germany urged that new and more stringent measures, as well as sanctions, are taken against the Syrian government.

While the US and UN lead the path toward a military strike against Syria, China and Russia vehemently discourage their plans. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said that Russia was ”categorically against any outside interference in the Syrian conflict” because it would ”only exacerbate the situation for both Syria and the region”.

China’s Foreign Ministry explained that military intervention in Syria or the US call for “regime change” will not be supported by Beijing and China.

Mukdad blames the US government and France for thwarting peace plans; referring to French foreign minister Alain Juppe’s comment “calling for war”. He says, “This is what the West wants – extremist and al-Qaeda forces controlling the whole region.”