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Does Russia see dead gassed children and do they care. instead they think of how bad america is for hitting at Syrian killers for a criminal act of assassinating innocent children.
April 9, 2017

France says it is still seeking a United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria and that negotiations are a priority over possible military action, even if President Trump has a ‘rush of blood to the head’ and declares war. The country’s foreign minister Jean-Marc Ayrault’s comments came as a UN vote on investigating a suspected sarin gas attack in rebel-held Khan Sheikhun, Syria, was last night put on hold by Britain, France and the US – so the countries could ‘negotiate’ with Russia first.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin finally condemned the gas attack, calling it a ‘monstrous crime’, while still deflecting blame from its ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, saying that Syrian jets hit a rebel arms depot holding ‘toxic substances’ that were being placed in bombs. The Truth had to be said and secretly organised by Putin .

A Kremlin spokesman, however, told AP that Russia’s support for Assad is ‘not unconditional’.

At least 86 people, including 20 children, died in Tuesday’s attack on a rebel-held town in Idlib province. Dozens more were left gasping for air, convulsing and foaming at the mouth.

A UN vote on investigating a suspected Sarin gas attack in Syria has been put on hold by Britain, France and the US – so they can ‘negotiate’ with Russia first.

Abdul-Hamid Alyousef, 29, holds his twin babies who were killed during a suspected chemical weapons attack, in Khan Sheikhoun town, in the northern province of Idlib. He said he wanted the world to see their faces

‘France is still seeking to talk with its partners on the Security Council, especially the permanent members, and Russia in particular,’ Ayrault told CNews television.

Asked whether France could join any possible US military action on Syria, following widespread condemnation of a suspected Syrian government poison gas attack on civilians this week, Ayrault replied that France’s priority remained seeking a diplomatic resolution to the conflict. This possibility is far than an illusion

‘The first stage is to get a resolution vote and above all to re-start peace negotiations in Geneva. It is not to go in ourselves, under the pretext that the U.S. President may have a rush of blood to the head, and get onto a war footing,’ said Ayrault. France has come to some very foolish ideas which will only bring down more killing in the war torn country. Action should be done and not halted.

Moscow said that the United States has no objective data on ‘monstrous crime’ in Syria after the White House accused Assad’s forces of carrying out the chemical attack.

‘We consider a much more measured approach necessary and do not think it is possible to surrender oneself to hasty conclusions about what happened in Syria in the Idlib province,’ Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

‘It was really a threatening development of events, very dangerous and a monstrous crime,’ he said, referring to the incident. But Russia does not understand the value of dead innocent children.

‘No one could have any realistic, verified information. Any data that the American side or our colleagues in other countries could have cannot be based on objective materials or evidence.’

The Kremlin has provided military backing to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad (pictured, today), whose forces have been blamed for the bombing

The UK, France and America have held off calling a vote at the UN Security Council on a resolution demanding an investigation of the suspected attack to allow time for talks with Russia.

The Kremlin has provided military backing to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, whose forces have been blamed for the bombing.

The Kremlin says differences with Washington over the use of chemical weapons in Syria are unlikely to worsen US-Russia relations.

President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned the West on Thursday against rushing to blame Syrian President Bashar Assad for the attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun in northern Syria or else they will call for war.gas

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    1. Sting, a popular singer/musician, has a line in one of his songs: “I hope the Russians love their children too.” After the recent events of the chemical attack in Syria and “political fingers being pointed” at Russia who is “propping up” the “puppet named Assad ~ I’m still trying to understand. You tell me if this logic makes sense. That 2 or 3 year old will likely grow up and be a threat to this country, so might as well kill them now! Right?

      When soldiers go off to war, they are to expected to fight with their equals, i.e., other armed soldiers. When a child goes to sleep at night, they don’t expect to wake up gasping for air because an adult decided while they were sleeping that they were bad and needed to be disposed of! This has nothing to do with any country, in my mind. All I see are children. Unarmed, untrained for combat, innocent trusting souls who depend on others to protect and care for them because they can’t do it for themselves.


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