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■【シリア情勢⑨】 シリアについてオバマ大統領の決定 動画ホワイトハウス

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日本のメディアは、子供の犠牲”に触れていない。オバマの開戦の決意の”重要なキーワード”なのに気づかず翻訳から省いていた。精査のため残しました。


シリアでオバマ大統領の決定

2013年8月31日(土曜日) (The White House)
今現在、オバマ大統領は、子供の数百を含む - 、千人以上の人々を殺した化学兵器の使用の結果として、シリアの政権の目標に対する目標と軍事行動のためのケースをレイアウトした。大統領はまた、これはオープンエンドの介入ではない、地上軍はいないことを明らかにした。

大統領は行動の必要性を明確にあったが、彼は力の使用のための議会の承認を求めると発表した。


 President Obama's Decision on Syria 

Just now, President Obama laid out the case for a targeted military action against Syrian regime targets as a result of their use of chemical weapons that killed over one thousand people--including hundreds of children. The President also made clear that this would not be an open-ended intervention, and there will be no American troops on the ground.

While the President was clear on the need for action, he announced he would seek Congressional authorization for the use of force.

Watch the President's statement now in his own words or read a transcript of his remarks


President Obama Speaks on Syria
http://youtu.be/QeYDhMmVLXI



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0:00 ten days ago the world watched


0:03 in horror as men women and children were massacred in Syria


0:07 in the worst chemical weapons attack the 21st century yesterday


0:13 the United States presented a powerful case


0:16 that the Syrian government was responsible for this attack on its own


0:20 people


0:21 our intelligence shows the Assad regime


0:24 and its forces preparing to use chemical weapons launching


0:29 rockets in the highly populated suburbs


0:32 %uh Damascus and acknowledging


0:35 very chemical weapons attack took place in all of this corroborates what the


0:40 world


0:40 can plainly see hospitals overflowing with victims


0:44 terrible images the dead all told


0:49 well over one thousand people were murdered several hundred of them


0:54 were children young girls and boys gassed to death


0:58 by their own government this attack


1:03 is an assault on human dignity it also presents


1:07 a serious danger to our national security it risks making a mockery


1:13 global probation on the use of chemical weapons


1:16 endangers our friends and our partners along Syria's borders


1:20 including Israel Jordan turkey Lebanon and Iraq


1:24 it could lead to escalating use of chemical weapons


1:28 or their proliferation to terrorist groups who do are people who are


1:32 in a world with many dangers


1:36 this menace must be confronted after careful deliberation I have decided that


1:42 the united states


1:43 should take military action against Syrian regime targets


1:47 should not be an open-ended intervention


1:50 we would not put boots on the ground instead or action would be designed


1:56 to be limited in duration and scope I'm confident we can hold


2:01 the Assad regime accountable for their use of chemical weapons


2:04 the term this kind of behavior and degrade


2:08 their capacity to carry it up our military has position assets in the


2:14 region


2:14 the chairman the Joint Chiefs isn't for me


2:18 that we are prepared to strike whenever we choose


2:21 moreover the chairman is indicated to me that our capacity to execute this


2:26 mission


2:26 is not time-sensitive there will be effective tomorrow


2:30 or next week or one month from now


2:34 and I'm prepared to give that order but


2:39 having made my decision as commander


2:42 in chief base on what I am convinced is our national security interests


2:47 I'm also mindful that I'm the president the world's all this constitutional


2:51 democracy I've long believed


2:55 been our power is rooted not just in our military might


2:58 but in our example as a government of the people


3:01 by the people and for the people that's why I made a second decision I will seek


3:08 authorization for the use of force from


3:11 the american people's representatives in congress for last several days


3:17 we've heard from members of congress who want their voices to be heard


3:21 I absolutely agree so this morning I spoke with all four congressional


3:27 leaders


3:27 and they've agreed to schedule a debate MN a vote as soon as Congress come back


3:32 in the session in the coming days my administration stands ready to provide


3:37 every member with the information they need to understand what happened in


3:41 Syria


3:42 and why it has such profound implications for


3:45 America's national security and all of us


3:49 should be accountable as we move forward and that can only be accomplished


3:53 with smoke I'm confident


3:57 in the case our government has made without waiting for UN inspectors


4:01 uncomfortable going forward without the approval


4:05 Ave United Nations Security Council that so far has been completely paralyzed and


4:10 unwilling to hold us all accountable


4:13 as a consequence many people have advised against taking


4:16 this decision the congress and undoubtedly they were impacted by what


4:20 we saw happen


4:21 in the United Kingdom this week when the Parliament of our closest ally failed to


4:25 pass a resolution


4:26 with a similar goal even as the prime minister supported taking action


4:32 yet while I believe I have the authority to carry out this military action


4:36 without specific congressional authorization


4:40 I know that the country will be stronger if we take this course


4:43 and our actions will be even more effective


4:46 we should have this debate because the issues are too big


4:50 for business as usual and this morning


4:53 john bainer Harry Reid Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell


4:56 agreed that this is the right thing to do for our democracy


5:02 a country faces few decisions as grave as using military force


5:05 even one that forces limit I respect the views of those who call for caution


5:11 vertically as our country emerges from a time of war


5:15 that I was elected in part to end


5:18 but if we really do want to turn away from taking appropriate action


5:21 in the face such unspeakable outrage


5:25 then we must acknowledge the cost up doing nothing


5:30 here's my question for every member of congress and every member the global


5:33 community


5:35 what message what we send if a dictator Kim gas hundreds


5:39 up children to death in plain sight and pay no price


5:44 what's the purpose love the international system that we built


5:48 if a prohibition on the use of chemical weapons that has been


5:51 agree to by the government's have 98 percent of the world's people


5:55 and approved overwhelmingly by the congress the United States


5:59 is not enforced


6:03 make no mistake this has implications beyond chemical warfare


6:07 if we won't and force accountability in the face abyss heinous act


6:11 what does this say about our resolve to stand up to others who flout fundamental


6:15 international rules


6:17 two governments who would choose to build nuclear arms


6:21 the terrorists who would spread biological weapons


6:25 two armies who carry out genocide


6:29 we cannot raise our children in a world where we will not follow through on


6:32 things we say


6:34 the accords we sign the values the finest


6:40 so just as I will take this case to congress I will also deliver this


6:43 message to the world


6:45 while the UN investigation has some time to report on its findings


6:49 we will insist that an atrocity committed with chemical weapons is not


6:53 simply investigated


6:54 it must be confronted


6:57 I don't expect every nation agree with the decision we have made


7:01 privately we've heard many expressions of support from our friends


7:05 but I will ask those who care about the writ the international community


7:08 to stand publicly behind our action


7:13 and finally let me say this to the american people


7:16 I know well that we are weary of war


7:19 we've ended one war in Iraq we're ending another in Afghanistan


7:23 the American people have the good sense to know we cannot resolve the underlying


7:26 conflict


7:27 in Syria with our military


7:31 in that part of the world there ancient sectarian differences


7:34 in the hopes the Arab Spring unleashed forces a change that


7:37 are going to take many years to resolve that's why we're not contemplating


7:41 putting our troops


7:43 in the middle a someone else's war


7:46 instead will continue to support the Syrian people through our pressure on


7:49 the Assad regime


7:50 our commitment to the opposition our care for the displaced


7:54 in our pursuit have a political resolution that achieves a government


7:57 the respect the dignity of its people


8:01 but we are the United States of America


8:05 we cannot and must not turn a blind eye to what happened in Damascus


8:11 are the ashes of World War we built an international order


8:14 and enforce the rules but gave me


8:17 and we did so because we believe that the rights of individuals to live in


8:21 peace and dignity


8:22 depends on the responsibilities of Nations


8:26 we are perfect but this nation more than any other has been willing


8:29 to meet those responsibilities


8:33 sort all members of congress both parties


8:36 I ask you to take this book for national security


8:40 I am looking forward to the debate


8:44 and doing so I ask you members of Congress to consider that something's


8:48 are more important than partisan differences or the politics the mall


8:53 ultimately this is not about who occupies this office at any given time


8:57 it's about who we are as a country I believe that the people's


9:00 representatives


9:01 must be invested in what America does abroad


9:05 now's the time to show the world that America keeps our commitments


9:09 we do what we say and we lead with the belief


9:13 that right makes Mike the other way around


9:19we all know there are no easy options but i wasnt elected to avoid our


9:23 decisions


9:24 and neither were the members the house and the Senate


9:27 I've told you what I believe that our security and our values demand that we


9:31 cannot turn away


9:32 from the massacre have countless civilians with chemical weapons


9:38 in our democracy is stronger when the president and the people's


9:40 representatives stand together


9:43 i'm reading to act in the face of this outrage


9:46 today I'm asking congress to send a message to the world


9:50 that we are ready to move forward together as one nation


9:54 thanks very much

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