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War on Syria and the West’s Skin-Deep Morality

War on Syria and the West’s Skin-Deep Morality

And here we go again. In Syria, things were getting desperate for Washington. It needed a major made-for-TV, cross-the-red-line incident involving chemical weapons. Unsurprisingly, by hook or by crook – probably crook (1) – it got it. The BBC, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and a multitude of other media outlets and politicians now clamour, or at least strongly imply the need, for direct military action to bolster the illegal ‘indirect’ military intervention from the West and its allies that has already been taking place for a long time. Read More »

Syria: BBC Interview with the “man-eater” Abu Sakkar

Syria: BBC Interview with the “man-eater” Abu Sakkar

Syria – BBC is going to broadcast an interview with Abu Sakkar, the bandit who became famous as the “man-eater“, without explaining some circumstances. Abu Sakkar is exactly the person who was seen in May when he tasted the heart, lungs or liver of a killed (whacked) opponent. Read More »