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United Nations Web TV Live Schedule for Thursday, 27 March 2014 !

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CNN. Broadcasting In Low Def On UN Web TV !

 

 

 

United Nations Web TV Live Schedule for 
Thursday, 27 March 2014 


03:00 PM 

2) The situation concerning Iraq (7150th meeting)

- Second report of the Secretary-General pursuant to paragraph 6 of resolution 2110 (2013) (S/2014/190)

- Second report of the Secretary-General pursuant to paragraph 4 of Security Council resolution 2107 (2013) (S/2014/191)


http://webtv.un.org/meetings-events/

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The only thing at the UN that surprised me is that Iraq and Kuwait are still working on demarcation of the border.

They still have committees still looking for Kuwait and Iraqis bodies and MIA’s.

They still have committees still looking for the antiquities of Kuwait and for facilitate the return.

 

Every thing else that they talked about has been posted in the news last three days.

 

Except for 1 Billion Dollars for the reconstruction Anbar/Falluja

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The only thing at the UN that surprised me is that Iraq and Kuwait are still working on demarcation of the border.

They still have committees still looking for Kuwait and Iraqis bodies and MIA’s.

They still have committees still looking for the antiquities of Kuwait and for facilitate the return.

 

Every thing else that they talked about has been posted in the news last three days.

 

Except for 1 Billion Dollars for the reconstruction Anbar/Falluja

thanks for the recap

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Says they are very excited about the new breakfast menu at the Taco Bell Baghdad location. Once the rv occurs locals can get twice the bacon...........mmmmm

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And In A Related Story From Spain ...

 

 

 

3-27-2014  Intel Guru Bluwolf   JUST GOT WORD FROM SPAIN, ALL CURRENCIES ARE ACTUALLY LIVE ON THEIR  MONITORS AND THIS IS A VERY GOOD SIGN FOR THOSE WHO ARE OBSERVING ITS PROGRESS. LETS SEE IF THE US FINALLY GIVES THE NOW EXPECTED GO.

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Thanks Thug...From a blog...Today,(actually Yesterday) we were in New York for Nickolay Mladenov's presentation to the United Nations Security Council.  (Yes, I said I was done with those unless I had a reason to be in New York.  I did have a reason so I attended it.)  Mladenov is the special envoy to Iraq of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

We're not going to do a lot on his testimony here but we are going to note this and see if you grasp what stands out:

On 28 December, in Ramadi, the Iraqi security forces raided the house of Ahmad al-Alwani, a member of the Council of Representatives with close links to the demonstrators, while executing an arrest warrant on his brother, Ali Suleyman al-Alwani, on terrorism charges. Ahmad al-Alwani was arrested, while his brother and several family members and bodyguards were killed in an exchange of fire. In protest, a large number of local residents took to the streets, which led to armed clashes with security forces in Ramadi and Falluja.

al-Alwani wasn't the target of the raid?

While everyone was sleeping, Nouri launched his thugs on a mission that ended in innocents being killed and wounded and, on top of all that, Ahmad al-Alwani -- who gets arrested -- wasn't even the target?

He shouldn't have been arrested to begin with -- as a Member of Parliament, he has immunity until he leaves office unless Parliament votes to strip him of it.  From the Iraqi Constitution.

Article 63: 

First: A law shall regulate the rights and privileges of the speaker of the Council of Representatives, his two deputies, and the members of the Council of Representatives. 

Second: 

 A. A member of the Council of Representatives shall enjoy immunity for statements made while the Council is in session, and the member may not be prosecuted before the courts for such. 

 B. A Council of Representatives member may not be placed under arrest during the legislative term of the Council of Representatives, unless the member is accused of a felony and the Council of Representatives members consent by an absolute majority to lift his immunity or if he is caught in flagrante delicto in the commission of a felony. 

 C. A Council of Representatives member may not be arrested after the legislative term of the Council of Representatives, unless the member is accused of a felony and with the consent of the speaker of the Council of Representatives to lift his immunity or if he is caught in flagrante delicto in the commission of a felony.  


But there was no warrant to arrest him and he got arrested?

He didn't just get arrested.  He was terrorized as his home was attacked at dawn.

This is how Nouri 'rules,' he refuses to do the honest thing, which would be to show up -- during daylight hours -- at someone's home with an arrest warrant and then escort the person to a police station to be booked.  Instead, he orders an attack on someone's home in darkness. 

He was wanting a battle, he was wanting to scare people, to make them think a terrorist attack was happening.  This was not an accident, the events that followed were not by chance.

And now we find out that even though the MP ended up arrested, there wasn't even an arrest warrant for him?

Nouri should be brought up on charges for that alone.

Instead, he thinks he deserves a third term as prime minister.

His slogan will apparently be, "I failed to accomplish anything in my first term, I failed to accomplish anything in my second term, but third term's the charm."

Tuesday, the entire board of commissioners of the Independent High Electoral Commission submitted their resignations in writing despite the fact that parliamentary elections are supposed to be held April 30th.  To the Security-Council today, Mladenov attempted to sell this as a good thing, a gift, "This gives a window of opportunity for the Iraqi parliament to address the concerns that the commissioners have."

If you can spin that, it's no surprise you'll spin so much more.  Mladenov refused to call the assault on Anbar "War Crimes," though that is what they are. Last night, Nouri's continued shelling of Falluja's residential neighborhood left 2 civilians dead and five injuredAlsumaria reports Falluja General Hospital was again shelled by Nouri's forces today.

Before the UN Security Council today, Mladenov could allow that "336 civilians" had been killed in the assault with 1,562 more left injured.  But he couldn't call out the assault itself or Nouri.  He did manage to note that 66,520 families were displaced as a result of the assault.  


March 8, 2014, International Women's Day, Iraqi women protested in Baghdad against Nouri al-Maliki's proposed bill which would allow father's to marry off daughters as young as nine-years-old, strip away the need for consent to sex,  and would strip custodial rights from mothers.  The State Dept only commented when pressed during a briefing.  The White House -- despite pretending to support women -- has still had no public statement.

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