They're silent about ongoing atrocities in Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Palestine, and their own countries. They supported Washington's war on Gaddafi.
They helped murder tens of thousands of Libyans. They support current puppet leadership. They mock rule of law principles and democratic values. They treat people like garbage and show it.
Iran's acting UN envoy Eshagh Alehabib called the resolution "one-sided." It "will have no impact whatever. It is a piece of theater."
Britain's UN ambassador Mark Grant said it wasn't meant to be balanced. It shamelessly points fingers the wrong way.
UN envoy Susan Rice echoed Grant's view. She skipped her usual histrionics. Doing so didn't soften her mockery of fundamental international and constitutional law.
Russian UN envoy Vitaly Churkin accused Western countries of hidden goals.
The measure "will aggravate the confrontational approach to resolution of the Syrian crisis and will in no way facilitate movement of the sides toward a platform of dialogue and a search for a peaceful resolution of the crisis in the interests of the Syrian people."
Other countries voting no said Syria faces forces supporting terrorism.