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**PIN** News Headline that was "SCRUBBED" from the internet last night. "White House Calls on Syrian President to Step Down NOW"
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1315838:MV8xNjY3NjUyXzI3NTU0MjUwX0M3REE3REMy] The statement notes the violence comes three days after the United Nations Security Council failed to pass a resolution that threatened sanctions against Syria if it didn't stop attacking civilians. Russia and China on Tuesday vetoed the U.N. measure, [b]which would have been the first legally binding Security Council resolution against Syria since the government crackdown began in March.[/b] Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2011/10/07/1912551/us-reiterates-calls-for-syrian.html#ixzz1aDPpMYhN [/quote]
You know what happened to the last feller that they told this to. ??????? !!!!!!!!!!!!
I went to bed at around 3:00AM last night and I parused the news before I called it a night. CNN had this headline and I was thinking WOW this is serious.Today I look and the story from CNN has been scrubbed and watered down like all the rest of the U.S. MSM. ! Also the headline in bold on CNN was "White House Calls on Syrian President to Step Down NOW"! they have removed the word "NOW" from the headline. Found the story in another country..........
The Winds of War !?
The White House on Friday called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to "step down now," saying that the country is on a "dangerous path"
The White House also noted that these acts of violence took place just three days after the UN Security Council failed to pass a resolution calling for international human rights monitors in Syria in the face of brutal repression.
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