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TRAPPED BY TIME BUBBLE, UN SEES BATTLE FOR ALEPPO LOOMING JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE SAW IT TWO WEEKS AGO
August 3 2012
New York, NY – By the end of the Syrian Civil War, whenever that might come, it could well be that the Battle for Aleppo will be the tale that is told in history books. Unlike battles in other cities, the conflict in the largest city in the country is taking on an epic scale, the kind of battle that they write stories about.
For the people of the city, those still left in it, the story cannot come soon enough because it will only happen after the war has concluded. Most of course are hoping to not be footnotes in that tale, hoping to just survive the battle waging outside their doors.
The story of Aleppo, though, won’t just be told by Syrians. The conflict in that country has become more than just a localized conflict. It has spread to the world, become a battle watched by the world as the buildup and eventual strikes started to happen. Now the United Nations, who apparently receives news about two weeks later than everyone else, is warning about the trouble in that city and are fearful that conflict could eventually settle in on Aleppo.
“The focus two weeks ago was on Damascus. The focus is now on Aleppo, where there has been a considerable build-up of military means, and where we have reason to believe that the main battle is about to start,” said Herve Ladsous of the UN peacekeeping force.
That buildup ended late last week when Syrian forces began assaulting the city, killing hundreds.
It’s not clear if the United Nations building is caught in some kind of time bubble that has forced them into the past or if the rest of the world is simply, for some reason, moving faster than that small section of the planet.
“It’s a good thing that the UN is finally taking notice of these events but this is the clearest evidence yet that something is going wrong there. Everyone has been sitting and watching and wondering why the UN is not doing anything about the actions by the Syrian government but now it is clear they are caught in some kind of time loop which means every time they try to take action they are showing up too late,” said Scrape TV International Conflict analyst Mario Martinez. “Presumably there is some kind of bubble around the UN building and though they are making decisions, when it comes time to actually act and they have to go outside the bubble the events have already passed. That explains a lot about Syria and the UN.”
It’s not clear how such a time bubble could have been created but given Russia’s support for the Syrian regime it was probably Russia.
“I would never have thought something like this could have happened. I mean the technology is incredible, though it is possible that it is a natural phenomenon and not something actually created by a nation but that would be very coincidental, perhaps too coincidental,” continued Martinez. “What this means is that we clearly have to discount the United Nations in this particular situation. Clearly we need action from a power in the here and now, literally in the here and now, and that is not the UN.”
UN officials have also apparently not heard about Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
Emil Uliya, International Correspondent