The UN Refuses to Blame North Korea for the Sinking…

The United Nations gathered in a meeting and hashed out a statement about the sinking of the South Korean ship Cheonan. What was expressed as the result did not meet America’s and South Korea’s expectations about the situation. It fell short of making a conclusion that extradited North Korea into the situation. North Korea was not officially blamed…

At least the United Nations can see that you have to have evidence and real facts before you point fingers. The UN did condemned the sinking of the South Korean warship, the Cheonan. But then they refused to blame a North Korea for the sinking.

Why?

Because as I have repeated time and time again about the fact that there is not any evidence that supports the statement that South Korea and the USA claim that North Korea sank the South Korean ship…

Now the Western press and South Korean press is having a issue with this statement by the UN. This type of statement brings the war mongers out in force because they really dislike it when evil North Korea is not criticized, even if North Korea does not deserve it. That has never mattered…

The drums beat loudly at this moment and the screams are being heard about how worthless the UN has become. The UN can not even criticize North Korea for the terrible act that they performed by sinking the South Korean Cheonan.

But why would the UN say that North Korea did it when the evidence is inappropriate to draw conclusions about what happened. The word alleged was the key word and we all know what that means…

We Alleged So It Must Be True…

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  • North Korea Avoids Blame in UN Statement on Sinking of Warship (businessweek.com)
  • U.N. Draft Condemns Ship Sinking Without Blaming North Korea (nytimes.com)
  • UN avoids blaming N. Korea for ship attack (cbc.ca)
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