Friday, April 13, 2012

April 13 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Punishing The Children For The Sins Of The Father - The US Threatens North Korean Food Aid

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Cabale News ServiceApril 13 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Punishing The Children For The Sins Of The Father - The US Threatens North Korean Food Aid

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«o» The much ballyhooed North Korean rocket launch did not quite go as planned. It's second or third stage failed and it fell into the ocean somewhere between Japan and the Philippines. The US is going to spank North Korea over this launch by tightening up on food aid to starving Korean civilians because 'intelligence' reports say (snigger) Spam and gubmint cheeze were used in the manufacture of the rocket.

«o» Connecticut has become the seventeenth US state to repeal the death penalty.

«o» Pro-Palestinian state rallies are scheduled this weekend in the West Bank and Gaza. At least a thousand international activists are expected to fly into Israel to participate. They are expected to be vetted by the Israelis as provocateurs and refused entry into the country.

«o» UN teams are ready to enter embattled areas of Syria with aid as the ceasefire, shaky but holding, begins to take effect.

Foreign Policy Magazine:
Syrian ceasefire “relatively respected” as U.N. looks to observer mission

The second day of Syria's fragile ceasefire appears to have held, although reports emerged of scattered violence. According to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, violent clashes broke out early on Friday in Khirbel el-Joz, a northwestern village in the Idlib province near the Turkish border. Nonetheless, United Nations and Arab League envoy Kofi Annan said that the truce has been "relatively respected." Meanwhile, Syrian opposition leaders called for mass protests, which are expected after Friday prayers. An advance team of up to 12 U.N. observers are set to enter Syria if given the orders from the U.N. Security Council. The United States has also drafted a resolution that outlines plans for the observer mission, which is expected to come to a vote Friday. Ultimately, Annan's plan calls for 250 observers, but Russia's Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said, "The full-fledged mission will take some time to deploy." Syria has said it will accept the monitors who could arrive early next week. Annan's six-point peace plan includes the right to demonstrate, but the government said protesters must seek permission, [In Full]
"...but the government said protesters must seek permission..."

You'd wonder what the writer's point was when they penned that... That IS the standard everywhere else in the world including the United State where quite often in recent years not only has permission been denied, but in Chicago, host to the upcoming NATO meeting, the city has gone as far as create unconstitutional laws suppressing American's freedom of speech and assembly.


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