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ccrider27 said...

There are lots and lots of questions about just who used chemical weapons on whom in Syria. For instance, the published pictures show aid being given to the attack victims by unprotected responders. Normally in a chemical or gas attack, the responders not wearing protective gear would be affected by the gas.

Obama wouldn't be sending this to Congress if the fix weren't already in. As if he cares about the War Powers Resolution, which he completely ignored in his attack on Libya. And we see where that humanitarian bombing got them. But Big Oil did get that Libyan Sweet Crude.

But the best information that I've found is this short article: http://jonathanturley.org/2013/08/31/was-a-rogue-syrian-officer-responsible-for-chemical-weapons-attack/

And here is Mark Twain's War Prayer - always worth reading just before we start a new war: http://www.quaker.org/minnfm/peace/war_prayer__mark_twain.htm

From Remember the Maine! to the Tonkin Gulf Resolution to the babies being thrown out of their incubators by Iraqi troops to the medical students about to be murdered in Grenada to Weapons of Mass Destruction...whenever the war corporations decide it's time for them to make more $Trillions in taxpayer money, they seem to always fabricate lies to feed to the American public. These lies are then dutifully trotted out by the unquestioning, stenographer media and gullible America eats it up before going back to the latest news on Britney Spears and American Idol.

And remember also that the US is not above using chemical warfare against innocent women and children as we did in Falujah.

Jesus Christ: "Blessed Are The Peacemakers"

September 1, 2013 at 4:56 p.m.
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