Poetry as a craft always entails, for Emily Dickinson, the renunciation of naming--to the extent, indeed, that she questions the validity of language altogether. This repeated questioning leads ultimately to the "breakdown" at the end of the poem, where the words end and a pregnant pause presages the world beyond utterance.
April 14, F. Strikes Syria - Who Won? Last night France, the UK and the U. Trump pretended to fall for the videos and tweeted threats against Syria and Russia.
Russia threatened to respond with strong force should any U. The UK and France, who like the U. Today, there are other evidences at the disposal of the Russian military department, which testify to the direct participation of Great Britain in organizing this provocation in the Eastern Ghouta.
The Russian party knows for certain that from April 3 to 6, representatives of the so-called White Helmets were influenced by London for the speedy implementation of the provocation prepared in advance. The White Helmets received information that Jaysh al-Islam militants were to conduct a series of powerful artillery shelling of Damascus on April 3 to 6.
These will today investigate the alleged incident in Douma and will likely find that it did not take place. That the three countries did not even wait for preliminary results from the investigation must be seen as an admission of guilt. Intense negotiations took place over the last week between the Pentagon and the Russian defense ministry.
Secretary of Defense Mattis is said to have talked Trump out of a more serious strike. World War III was avoided. Last night some missiles and cruise missiles were fired against two research sites and eight military airports in Syria by U.
The Russian and Syrian forces were warned. People and equipment had been moved. The Russian forces did not directly respond as their areas in Syria were not targeted.
The Syrian air defense managed to shoot down or divert 71 of the incoming missiles before they reached their target. The Pentagon claims that none of its missiles were destroyed or diverted from its aim. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights managed to monitored interception by the regime forces to tens of missiles which targeted their positions and military bases in the Syrian territory, where several intersected sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory, that the number missiles that were downed, exceeded 65 missiles Most of these will have been killed by the Pantsir-S1 systems Russia supplied to Syria.
Every Syrian military airport is now protected by such short range systems and while eight were targeted only one was hit.
The Pentagon claims that chemical weapons are made or stored there. That claim is obviously a lie: In Syrian joined the Chemical Warfare Convention and gave up all its chemical weapons.
The OPCW has checked all accessible former chemical weapon sites in Syria and observed the destruction of the production equipment. It has since visited and inspected pdf the Barzeh facility at least twice.
That last time in November One does not attack a site with normal bombs if one knows that chemical weapons are stored their. The bombs would distribute the dangerous chemicals and everyone downwind would be seriously affected.
None wear any protection. No one has been reported killed by the strikes. The Russian Defense Ministry assessment says that three people were injured. Further assessments of the strikes can be found here: What will be the consequences of these strikes?
Last weeks push by the media, by interventionists and by neoconservatives for a wider war on Syria and Russia has now been calmed down.
Even John McCain, who always wants more wars, seems somewhat satisfied. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin issued a strong statement: An act of aggression against a sovereign state that is on the frontline in the fight against terrorism was committed without a mandate from the UN Security Council and in violation of the UN Charter and norms and principles of international law.
The Chinese government likewise laments the violation of international law and the UN charter. In ordering the strike President Trump also broke U.While that may be the case *almost* everywhere on earth, the school I went to in Colombia included dancing in every school year up until Middle school when it became an elective and no one really wanted to take it, not because we didn’t like dance, but because but by then, we were already in party mode and every party/celebration .
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