Two more anonymous Syrian children were murdered by landmines planted by NATO-armed and supported Daesh terrorists while a worthless warm body in a suit, with barely a pulse, whined about landmines far, far away, at the 19th meeting of the States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling and Transfer of Antipersonnel Mines in Geneva.
SANA did not name the martyred children, nor bother to provide their ages, nor exhibit enough concern to mention the ages of the two children injured with them. The use of the perfected Bush II art of the passive tense was employed: The deadly weapons of the most hideous of cowards simply went off. The barest of details included that the dead and injured were taken from Ja’amyeat to the Palmyra National Hospital where Dr. Walid Odeh gave them first aid before sending them to “Homs hospitals” and giving an interview to SANA.
Meanwhile, if the Syrian Arab News Agency was accurate in another report, the barely warm-body with barely a pulse, known as Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, Ambassador Hussam al-Din Ala was giving a boring, whining, I’m-here-just-for-the-paycheck-and-prestige chitchat to the NATO-dominated waste of taxpayer monies UN operation in Geneva.
Ala droned on about international law, dangers of illegal explosives, suffering, and empty threats to Syrian lives.
According to the contemptuously boring SANA report — which was thrice the length of the stingy little blurb on the two murdered and two injured Syrian children — the contemptuously bloodless Ala showed less concern for the Syrian martyrs blown to pieces by landmines and other explosives, than the NATO queen of the UN Mine Action Service, Agnes Marcaillou. Marcaillou has proven her uselessness since after traipsing to Damascus to sign the Memorandum of Understanding that was never executed, whose character cannot compare with the nobility of the giant African pouched rat, but who at least keeps honest numbers on the murders and dismemberment of Syrians that NATO supported terrorists murder and maim with hidden landmines.
This writer now arrogantly provides unsolicited advice to the ambassador in Geneva and to the SANA reporters.
Mr. Ambassador, if you can’t even fake enough energy to name even a handful of the hundreds of Syrians martyred and dismembered by NATO landmines and IEDs, if you can’t do three minutes of righteous indignation, indicting war criminals for war crimes, if you can’t damn to hell the liars and killers club, maybe you should get some blood labs done, to make sure that you have some functioning red blood cells. If you do, and still can’t work up a sweat, how about taking early retirement, and being replaced with someone who cares enough to at least fake real anger?
To the indolent oafs of SANA –– here’s how to write about landmines as though you give a flying fXXXX: