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About 200 MEPs denounce Arms Smuggling and Turkey links to Terrorism in Syria

Written by ACM
Thursday, 06 October 2016


*Strasbourg/EU Parliament/Angelo Marcopolo/- An unexpectedly Important Number of MEPs Voted for "Spicy" Amendments to a Topical Resolution on recent developments in Syria, in order to Slam Arms' Smuggling towards Terrorist Groups and Turkey's "Ambiguous role" in this regard.

- Those Amendments "Condemn(ed) Arms Delivery, and any other form of Support, to ISIS, Al-Nusra and Other Jihadist Groups in Syria". They also "Note(d) that Arms and Other Equipment given to "Rebel" Groups, often ends up in the Hands of ISIS and Al-Nusra".

- In Addition, they Expressed "Concern" for "the Ambniguous Role of the Turkish Government, which seems to be More Focused on Fighting Kurdish Groups in Syria, Than fighting ISIS", while also "Not(ing) that Oil from ISIS-controlled Territories is being Exported into Turkey".

Such notoriously suspected moves could obviously "Provid(e)... extra-Funding for Terrorist Activities", not only "in Syria" alone, but also in "Europe, and elsewhere", (i.e. also in Northern America, etc., where several Cold-Blood Killings of innocent Civilian People, recently arrived even as far as inside the USA itself.

At least 131 MEPs, from a Large Spectrum of various Political Parties, pronounced themselves clearly in Favor of those Amendments, and 76 Abstained, while 141 more were Exceptionaly Absent, (i.e. a Total of potential Dissidents reaching about 325 MEPs), from a Controversial Vote where 420 Others followed Big Party Whips' push to stay Against, revealing a quite Noteworthy Division inside EU Parliament on such a Topical and Crucial Issue.


The MEPs who explicitly Supported the above-mentioned, Critical Amendments, (initialy Tabled by Italian MEP Mario Borghezio, a former Long-Time ChristianDemocrat/EPP Member in the Past), came from a WideSpread Political Spectrum, including  "Greens", "EuroLeft" and Socialists, ChristianDemocrats/EPP, Not Aligned ("Independents" from the Right and the Left), Conservatives, "European Nations and Freedom", as well as from "European Freedom and Direct Democracy" Groups.

+ Moreover, anOther Draft Resolution, (this time, Tabled by EuroLeft MEPs), which wasN't Limited only in Rebel-held Alepo,  focused on a general Cease-Fire everywhere in Syria, and into Protecting Peaceful Civilian People, while Strongly Denouncing ISIS, Al Quaida and other Armed Terrorist Groups, but was curiously Droped by those Last MEPs for undeclared motives.

A Recent Attempt to grossly Manipulate World Public Opinion, by showing an osbcure image of a slightly wounded Kid in Alepo, shot by a Controversial local Photograph whose Pals had just Atrociously ...BeHeaded anOther Child, cynicaly laughing and boasting, as a Video revealed, has provoked a Shock, and can't be so easily Forgotten.


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An appeal to make the "World more Human", by defending basic Human Values, helping those in need, and paying hommage to Nature, figured high in Pope Benedict's long-awaited speech at his "First Angelus" in the symbolic, beautiful historic small town of Brixen/Bressalone at the Alpes.


- "No Dictature, nor any destructive force can rob us of the most important goods wich are God's gift", stressed Pope Benedict, referring to elementary Human Values, in a last-minute improvisation of his draft speech, before launching also a call to "help those in need", in order to "make the World more human".

- "Jesus is the focus .. In him is Justice and Freedom", said earlier Brixen's Bishop Wilhelm Egger, after prayers including calls to "Truth, Justice and Freedom", read at a Mass of thousands in the town of Archangel Michael, known as defender of christians against the devil.


In what looks as a reference to BioEthics' dillemas of crucial impportance, raised at Strasbourg's unique in the World legally binding International Treaty on BioMedicine and Human Rights (1998, with the "hottest" issues added later through additional protocols, some of whom are imminent), he spoke also of the splendid "Nature" at this Alpen's ressort : This fits well Vatican's earlier anouncement that Pope Benedict's "prayer intentions for August" are mainly to "respect God's design for the world", and "become ever more aware of the great gift of God which Creation represents for us".

- "The most important things in our lives cannot be bought, but are only given as holy gifts : The Sun and its Light, the Air that we breath, the Water, the beauty of Earth, Love, Friendship, Life itself", Pope Benedict added, extending also to Natural Environment, another topical issue after recent Climatic upheavals at several parts of the World.



The "preparation of Pope Benedict's visit to France", which currently heads the EU, at mid-September, among exceptionaly important Council of Europe meetings on Human Rights in Paris and Strasbourg, is part of his work, together with his "book on Jesus", during brief Summer Holidays in Brixen, said his Spokesman, Federico Lombardi.

- The Pope's message is mainly religious, theological. But we are living in a concrete world, and ideas may be taken by readers as references to the actuality. However, it's better to wait to se what the Pope will say in Paris and at Lourdes, added to EuroFora Lombardi, who is also Director of Vatican's Press Office.


Brizen/Bressanone is similar to Strasbourg by succeeding to make a fertile synthesis of Germanic and Latin sources of Europe, like the two local rivers who meet at the historical center of the town, among spectacular ressorts at mountains' hights.

Headquarters for an Historic Religious Seminar, it attracted recently also a Free University's Educational studies. Well-known as a long-time preferred rest place for former cardinal Radzinger and his brother Georg, it includes areas named "St Benedeto" and "St George"...


But Pope Benedict's first speech gave also another symbolic rendez-vous :

- "Next Wednesday, August 6, we shall commemorate the 30st anniversary from the death of late Pope Paul VI", who "concluded Vatican II", and "the Transfiguration of Jesus, mystery of the divine light, which exerced a unique fascination to his soul", he said to some 12.000 applauding People, among the happy few who succeeded to have a rare place for an open-air Mass inside the Domplatz a particularly sunny day at the Alpes.



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