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Scoundrel Media Warmongering

America's scoundrel media promote war, killing, destruction, and human misery for profit and dominance.

by Stephen Lendman

Irresponsible Western propaganda advances the ball for war. At issue is possibly embroiling the entire Middle East in perpetual ones guaranteeing no winners.

Wars beget more of them. America is the world's leading offender. Permanent war is policy. Multiple ones now rage against nonbelligerent counties. More are planned.

Syria is targeted for destruction, then Iran and other independent states. Barbara Tuchman's "The Guns of August" on how WW I began and its early weeks is relevant.  

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Once started, things spun out of control. Deadly consequences followed. Before it ended, over 20 million died. Many more were wounded and/or maimed. An entire generation of young men was lost.

Weapons used then were toys compared to now. An armageddon end times scenario looms possible. Irresponsible leaders risk it. Scoundrel media support what they should condemn. More on them below.

Middle East expert Patrick Seale quoted Norway's Foreign Minister, Jonas Gahr Store, saying "Dialogue is the strategy of the brave."

Rarely has it been more needed than now, said Steele. Raging conflict assures no good ending. Dozens die daily. The only things sure is continued deaths, destruction, instability, human misery, and likely cross-border spillover.

Unless stopped, "Syria will be destroyed to the delight of its enemies - Israel first among them," said Steele.

Israel is very much involved in continuing, not resolving, conflict. Previous reports explained it. On July 13, Press TV headlined "Syria forces seize Israel-made arms from rebels: Report," saying:

Weapons were seized in Hama. They "were caught up in al-Treimseh neighborhood...."

It's the site of the latest insurgent massacre. Assad is wrongfully blamed. He's accused of every Western-orchestrated crime. 

Eye witnesses said terrorists attacked, destroyed, and burned "scores of houses....on the outskirts of the city of Hama." Dozens of Assad loyalists were killed. More on what happened below.

Syrians deserve better than months of Western-generated conflict. It rages daily.

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Talk with your neigbours: Ask them if they like wa... by Paul Repstock on Saturday, Jul 14, 2012 at 9:47:33 AM