And it looks like we may be at war with Syria

US missile strikes on regime targets in Syria. Please let this not be August 1914. And G-d have mercy on all our souls.

~ by Servetus on April 7, 2017.

8 Responses to “And it looks like we may be at war with Syria”

  1. It is unfortunate that it has taken so long, waited for so many victims to initiate this process. So sorry, the value of life remains immeasurable.


  2. Yeah… the man has the nuclear codes…


    • Code or not, dirty weapons and dirty bombs are used. In the form of aerosols, depleted uranium has already contaminated and will permanently contaminate large areas with low levels of radiation and will slowly destroy the future genetics of populations. Described as the Trojan horse of nuclear war, depleted uranium is the weapon that continues to destroy, over time. The half-life of uranium-238 is 4.5 billion years old, the age of the Earth. And as uranium-238 degenerates into radioactive by-products, in four steps before transforming into graphite, it continues to emit more radiation at each step. There is no way to stop it, and there is no way to clean it.
      Yet who does not like to write or draw with a graphite pencil!


  3. I’m holding my breath. It’s so incredibly sad that lives value so little. And now Sweden has been the target of an apparent terrorist attack. Sweden! 😞


  4. And the US carried out another strike in Syria an hour ago. Still praying.


  5. We are entering very scary times. Every day seems like an escalation of my nerves. This on top of everything else. I just don’t know what to think, I just don’t know if it is step to a solution or unleashing I can’t even imagine what.


  6. Why does it not surprise me that this has happened, it is almost like looking into a mirror viewing past events. Who will stop the mad men? I pray someone brings sanity.This is so frightening and I am afraid of the domino effect that probably will happen.


  7. quis custodiet ipsos custodes? I had a lot more faith not long ago that the US leadership was aware of our limitations. Now it just seems like, well, we’ll do whatever we like, we don’t care about consequences.


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