Let me show you a video of a 14 year old girl trying to keep her younger brother from being arrested. His hand is broken and she is trying to hold it from hurting more. The girl and her brother are Palestinian. The soldiers trying to kidnap the kid with the broken hand are Israelis.
This is the violence you don’t see in the mainstream media. In fact the only violence against children, women and cultural heritage sites are the ones in countries which for some reason are on the list of the “Let’s Bomb A Country” club John Key wants us to be part of.
So far public opinion was against attacking Syria but this is turning. Panicking Europeans frightened by images such as this:
are being manipulated by the MSM to accept refugees from war torn countries and hysterical calls from their leaders to bomb Syria to solve the refugee crisis! The fact is of course that our bombing sprees, thugs financed by us and refugees coming not just from Syria but Iraq, Libya, Yemen Afghanistan are the result form the earlier destructions of their countries by us, the West.
We have to arrest our leaders and bring them to justice. WE have to stop these crazy wars so these people can stay were they want to stay and live. Their own countries!
With the tragic refugee crises raging across the Middle East, North Africa and Europe now is time to ask some serious questions. When did all this start? Soon after 9/11 former US President George W. Bush articulated the goals of the War-on-Terror in a speech in which he said that it “will not end until every terrorist group of global reach has been found, stopped and defeated.” He called the war “a task that does not end”.
Remarkably there has never been a criminal investigation into 9/11 nor has there been any technical investigation because most of the evidence was destroyed immediately after the events.
No evidence has been presented linking Afghanistan or Iraq in these attacks and yet the U.S. and it’s willing coalition partners have been at war with these countries for many years now.
In 2002 General Wesley Clark, retired 4-star U.S. army general was shown a classified memo which stated “We’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran”.
When will people rise up en masse and seek an end to these wars and demand justice for the millions of innocents killed, injured and displaced in vain since 9/11?
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After cancelling sky tv, getting the internet so I can watch the s#*t I want, and realizing planes never hit the WTC, enjoying being enlightened by Ian R Crane, 99% I see on TV, radio and print is just programming, I am beginning to question the validity of the image, of the drowned Syrian boy. Is this just more propaganda? And my son loves the movie V for vendetta too!