- Posted September 17, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
If you read these papers very carefully you will find the “U.S. Senate Joint Resolution: Authorization for use of force in Syria” (2nd Document) has specific parameters set and is only to be used after “all appropriate diplomatic and other peaceful means to prevent the deployment and use of weapons of mass destruction by Syria…” what…fails? The terms after and fails or failed has been omitted from this document. Are people and other country and other nations supposed to assume this is what is meant? This can be misused without proper terminology in the proper places. I am no lawyer, but I do know that many assumptions based on wording, or the lack there of; has caused great misunderstandings that turned into wars in the past. Never assume the meaning of anything, make certain that the meaning is plain and clarified and in writing. (Page 2 #1 Paragraph 11) Keep in mind that the majority of the government is filled with people extremely knowledgeable in law and law terminology. They can and often do walk circles around most laymen.
If any good is going to come out of this it is going to be up to Putin and Russia to insure that Assad of Syria complies in a timely fission in concordance with the stipulations and timeframes set by the last meeting in Geneva. If Russia can not persuade Assad to do what has been required of him than we may well end up in World War III because there are many countries that are just waiting for the U.S.A. to strike so they can claim legal rights to strike the U.S.A back; and many of them do not care about innocent life.
“U.S., UK and U.N. documents on Syria,” The documents below are from the United Nations, and the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom regarding the situation in Syria: http://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2013/08/world/syria-documents/index.html?hpt=hp_t2