Samstag, 27. Februar 2016

Hony soit ...

Interessante Details aus Syrien apern schön langsam aus der Desinformationsflut ... Da gab's ja kürzlich diesen Angriff auf ein Spital von »Ärzte ohne Grenzen«: jede Menge Todesopfer, ein Kriegsverbrechen, natürlich von den pöhsen Russkis und dem noch pöhseren (so das geht) Assad- »Regime« begangen. Nun, bei näherer Betrachtung ergeben sich ein paar irritierende Details ...
Syrian Hospital Strikes & the Unexpected War Criminals 

February 21, 2016 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - Accusations and denials continue to be traded between the West's NGO, Doctors Without Borders or officially Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), and the Russian and Syrian government. Despite the gravity of the accusations by the West and MSF, which suggest "deliberate" and egregious war crimes, they have thus far produced no evidence. Not only have they produced no evidence, they openly admit that so far, they have none.
Reuters in their article, "MSF seeks independent probe into bombing of Syria hospital," reveals as much by claiming (emphasis added):
"This attack can only be considered deliberate. It was probably carried out by the Syrian government-led coalition that is predominantly active in the region," she told a news briefing.

Accounts from surviving hospital staff led MSF to believe that the government-led coalition had carried out the attack.

"We say a probability because we don't have more facts than the accounts from our staff," Liu said, noting that it took time to collect forensic evidence. "The only thing predominantly in the region is the Syrian government-led coalition."
For an international organization to accuse two nations of "war crimes" with admittedly nothing more than "accounts," not from an MSF hospital and their staff, but from an alleged hospital "supported by" MSF and run by local staff, indicates self-serving political motivation, not impartial, selfless charity. 
Aha. Das war also nicht ein Spital von »Ärzte ohne Grenzen«, sondern eines, das von »Ärzte ohne Grenzen« unterstützt wird, und von nicht näher definierten »örtlichen Kräften« betrieben wird. Was doch ein gewisser Unterschied ist. Aber der Clou kommt erst, wenn man folgende zwei Textpassagen miteinander vergleicht:
In another entry on MSF's website titled, "Kunduz Hospital Airstrike," MSF clearly states that (emphasis added):
All parties to the conflict, including in Kabul and Washington, were clearly informed of the precise location (GPS Coordinates) of the MSF facilities – hospital, guest-house, office and an outreach stabilization unit in Chardara (to the north-west of Kunduz). As MSF does in all conflict contexts, these precise locations were communicated to all parties on multiple occasions over the past months, including most recently on 29 September.
It appears that not only is MSF very familiar with the Geneva Conventions, and more specifically, those articles and additional protocols that govern their work as medical care providers amid armed conflict, they also clearly understand how they apply in a modern context.
In Reuters article, "MSF seeks independent probe into bombing of Syria hospital," it would also admit (emphasis added):
MSF said it had not provided the hospital's GPS coordinates to Syrian or Russian authorities, at the request of local staff.
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While MSF accuses Syria and Russia of violating the Geneva Conventions - accusations both Syria and Russia deny, MSF itself blatantly admits that it violated the Conventions itself.

Furthermore, MSF's admission that its hospitals are unmarked directly contradict their assertion that the attacks on these unmarked hospitals were "deliberate." Indeed, in the same Reuters article, MSF would paradoxically claim that:

"This attack can only be considered deliberate. It was probably carried out by the Syrian government-led coalition that is predominantly active in the region," she [Dr. Joanne Liu] told a news briefing.
If the hospitals were unmarked and concealed in fear of being deliberately attacked, how then, were they still deliberately attacked?
(Hier weiterlesen)
Aha. Langsam klären sich die Nebel. Welchen Grund gibt es für ein Spital, nicht ganz offiziell seine Koordinaten kundzumachen?
  • Man will ein irrtümliches Bombardement herbeiführen, um jemandem einen stinkenden Fisch um den Hals zu hängen, oder
  • Man hat etwas zu verbergen, bspw. daß man ein Krankenhaus einer Terrororganisation ist.
Oder beides. Na — fällt schön langsam der Groschen ...?

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