U.S. Has Made Living in Syria a HELLHOLE & SANCTIONS Are -Crimes Against Humanity & Killing Children As Usual By the MOST HATED Country in the World-the United States!

Comment: U.S. is actually run by Satanists. Our leaders in secret societies are in Satanic Secret Societies and are Pedophiles. ALL our presidents belong to these Satanic Secret Societies. The Elite of these secret societies use and abuse child sex slaves making some of them into secret society assassins to kill foreign diplomats and politicians who are loyal to their people. The Zionists control NATO and it was NATO who murdered Muammar Quaddafi who was the greatest leader who ever lived IMAO!


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Collapse of Syrian Society Makes the Case for Ending the Use of Sanctions

May 1, 2021 (EIRNS)—The collapse of Syria, brought on by U.S. policy to include economic sanctions intended to prevent economic reconstruction of the country, the looting of oil and wheat from eastern Syria and the stirring up of Kurdish separatism, is becoming more evident every day. Three developments reported in the last 24 hours show why the U.S. policy of regime change and economic sanctions is genocide and must be replaced by an entirely different paradigm of policy making, one that defends the value of each and every human life.

First, official news agency SANA, citing local sources, reports that the U.S. military took 10 truck loads of wheat from silos in the al-Yaarubiya area of Syria to Iraq on April 30 and 32 on April 29. That’s 42 more trucks of wheat that won’t be available to feed hungry Syrians.

Secondly, the U.K. charity Save the Children reported that the suicide rate among young people in northwestern Syria has skyrocketed. It documented a total of 246 suicides and 1,748 attempts. The suicide rate has risen dramatically, jumping by 86% from the first three months of last year, reported Al-Monitor. Among those who attempted suicide, 18% were between the ages of 16 and 20.

The spike in suicides comes as the region faces an unprecedented economic crisis that’s left 12.4 million Syrians food insecure, according to United Nations estimates. In addition to the stress caused by food and fuel shortages, Save the Children reports that the region’s war-torn communities are also suffering from high rates of domestic violence, child marriage, broken relationships, and bullying. “This is a desperately alarming situation,” Sonia Khush, the organization’s Syria response director, said in a statement. “After ten years of conflict, we are now seeing children resorting to taking their own lives.”

Thirdly, Al-Monitor wrote in a separate report that the COVID-19 pandemic is out of control in northeastern Syria. The International Rescue Committee warned this week that new cases in the region “are reaching the highest levels seen to date,” even after the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria imposed a 10-day curfew on April 13 to stave off a new wave of the virus. The region has recorded a total of 15,546 cases, but 5,300 of them came just in the month of April.

In the past seven days, 46% of coronavirus tests have come back positive in the Kurdish-held enclave bordering Turkey and Iraq. IRC warned the autonomous administration’s only COVID-19 testing lab could soon close due to a shortage of RNA extraction kits. This likely means that the actual number of cases is many times higher and like in so many other places, there’s no medical capacity to deal with the crisis. “Currently, 83% of patients who receive invasive ventilation in the region are not surviving and we fear that things will only get worse,” said Misty Buswell, Policy and Advocacy Director for the IRC in the Middle East and North Africa. “The health system is struggling to cope, and the situation is deteriorating extremely rapidly,” Buswell said.

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Dead Children Are What We Are Known For. No Wonder Everyone Hates the U.S.


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Collapse of Syrian Society Makes the Case for Ending the Use of Sanctions

May 1, 2021 (EIRNS)—The collapse of Syria, brought on by U.S. policy to include economic sanctions intended to prevent economic reconstruction of the country, the looting of oil and wheat from eastern Syria and the stirring up of Kurdish separatism, is becoming more evident every day. Three developments reported in the last 24 hours show why the U.S. policy of regime change and economic sanctions is genocide and must be replaced by an entirely different paradigm of policy making, one that defends the value of each and every human life.

First, official news agency SANA, citing local sources, reports that the U.S. military took 10 truck loads of wheat from silos in the al-Yaarubiya area of Syria to Iraq on April 30 and 32 on April 29. That’s 42 more trucks of wheat that won’t be available to feed hungry Syrians.

Secondly, the U.K. charity Save the Children reported that the suicide rate among young people in northwestern Syria has skyrocketed. It documented a total of 246 suicides and 1,748 attempts. The suicide rate has risen dramatically, jumping by 86% from the first three months of last year, reported Al-Monitor. Among those who attempted suicide, 18% were between the ages of 16 and 20.

The spike in suicides comes as the region faces an unprecedented economic crisis that’s left 12.4 million Syrians food insecure, according to United Nations estimates. In addition to the stress caused by food and fuel shortages, Save the Children reports that the region’s war-torn communities are also suffering from high rates of domestic violence, child marriage, broken relationships, and bullying. “This is a desperately alarming situation,” Sonia Khush, the organization’s Syria response director, said in a statement. “After ten years of conflict, we are now seeing children resorting to taking their own lives.”

Thirdly, Al-Monitor wrote in a separate report that the COVID-19 pandemic is out of control in northeastern Syria. The International Rescue Committee warned this week that new cases in the region “are reaching the highest levels seen to date,” even after the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria imposed a 10-day curfew on April 13 to stave off a new wave of the virus. The region has recorded a total of 15,546 cases, but 5,300 of them came just in the month of April.

In the past seven days, 46% of coronavirus tests have come back positive in the Kurdish-held enclave bordering Turkey and Iraq. IRC warned the autonomous administration’s only COVID-19 testing lab could soon close due to a shortage of RNA extraction kits. This likely means that the actual number of cases is many times higher and like in so many other places, there’s no medical capacity to deal with the crisis. “Currently, 83% of patients who receive invasive ventilation in the region are not surviving and we fear that things will only get worse,” said Misty Buswell, Policy and Advocacy Director for the IRC in the Middle East and North Africa. “The health system is struggling to cope, and the situation is deteriorating extremely rapidly,” Buswell said.

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Comment: What our leaders do to others is evil. They are psychopaths who have NO CONSCIENCE and no shame. They are traitors to human rights and the Constitution. Criminals.

U.S. Sanctions Violate International Law, Imprison Foreign Citizens

May 1, 2021 (EIRNS)—“The United States uses economic sanctions as a weapon,” writes Stansfield Smith in a powerful Grayzone exposé on April 28. They are a weapon of war against civilians, capable of destroying an economy by causing hyperinflation and unemployment, preventing import of necessities, and driving away investment.

According to the United Nations, unilateral U.S. sanctions are illegal, coercive measures. The UN General Assembly has repeatedly called on all countries to neither apply nor recognize unilateral coercive measures. Every year since 1992, the UN has condemned the U.S. blockade of Cuba. The 120 member-states in the Non-Aligned Movement have condemned sanctions on Venezuela.

But Washington ignores international law, by using its financial power to impose and enforce unilateral sanctions against such countries as Iran, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, and Venezuela. In the 1990s, sanctions against Iraq killed nearly a million children through the malnutrition and disease they caused.

The Schiller Institute fought against this by organizing a campaign to work with farmers, dairy producers, and religious leaders to send food aid to Iraq, to overcome malnutrition and to make a powerful political statement about its illegal and immoral cause: sanctions.

In his Grayzone article, Smith describes the cases of three individuals: Alex Saab, a Venezuelan envoy; Mun Chol Myong, a North Korean businessman; and Meng Wanzhou, a Huawei executive and daughter of that company’s founder.

Venezuela: Saab was en route to Iran, working to secure supplies of food for the government’s social assistance program, when he was arrested during a layover in Cape Verde, due to a U.S. extradition request. He was imprisoned and tortured, and now lives under house arrest. Despite not being in the United States, and not having any dealings with that country, he is charged by it with “money laundering,” by circumventing the financial sanctions imposed on Venezuela. A Swiss investigation of money laundering found no evidence against him. The Court of Justice of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), in which Cape Verde is a member-state, has declared the detention illegal. The African Bar Association has ruled that he should be set free.

Comment: The complete criminality of the U.S. is revealed here. This is why we are hated.

But the Biden administration continues to demand that he be kept under house arrest, pending extradition.

North Korea: On March 20, 2021, a North Korean businessman was extradited to the United States from Malaysia, to stand trial for “money laundering,” “conspiracy,” and supplying goods to North Korea. According to the FBI, Mun Chol Myong caused U.S. banks to process $1.5 million in transactions that violated U.S. sanctions. A North Korean, who has never been in the United States, who has never worked in the United States, and whose conduct did not directly involve the United States, is now in U.S. prison awaiting trial. The assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division salivated: “We hope he will be the first of many.”

Comment: FBI is a Very Arrogant criminal organization that covers up organized elite pedophilia and slavery. The FBI actually represents the Satanic illuminati not you but get paid by your taxes!

China: Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Huawei, was detained in Canada at U.S. request for supposedly misleading HSBC about Huawei’s dealings in Iran, causing the bank to violate sanctions. The JCPOA ended all UN-approved sanctions on Iran when the IAEA confirmed that Tehran was in compliance with the agreement. U.S. sanctions are not based on international law. Meng is being used like a hostage, as a bargaining chip in U.S.-China negotiations.

Other banks have violated sanctions, but the banks themselves are charged and fined, not the officials. JPMorgan Chase paid over $80 million in fines in 2011 for violating U.S. sanctions, but Jamie Dimon wasn’t pulled off a plane and whisked into custody.

It is time to end sanctions warfare, to relieve the suffering of such countries as Venezuela, and to save the soul of the United States.

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