War Mongering U.S. Vetoes A U.N. Resolution For A Ceasefire

by Tommy Grant

The ruling class in the United States has vetoed a United Nations resolution that would mean a ceasefire in Gaza. This “humanitarian pause” in the fighting comes as Israel continues to bombard the Gaza Strip and prepares to mount an invasion.

The draft resolution was proposed by Brazil and condemned “the terrorist attacks by Hamas,” while also urging the release of hostages. The resolution also called for a “humanitarian pause” or ceasefire. Twelve members approved the draft Wednesday, the United Kingdom and Russia abstained, but the war-mongering ruling class of the United States shot it down, according to a report by ZeroHedge. 

“Colleagues, the United States is disappointed this resolution made no mention of Israel’s right of self-defense. Like every nation in the world, Israel has the inherent right of self-defense, as reflected in Article 51 of the UN Charter. Following previous terrorist attacks by groups such as al-Qaida and ISIS, this Council reaffirmed that right. This text should have done the same,” said the U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield.

Israel has denied that it struck a hospital in Gaza, blaming it on a misfire by Hamas, while Hamas maintains that Israel struck the hospital. It’s unlikely that we’ll ever know who is truly responsible, and the slave class will likely just side with whatever their political rulers tell them to based on geographic location and religion.

Right now, all eyes will also be on the northern border to see what Hezbollah does (and by extension Iran) in response.

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