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The Syrian Refugee Crisis and the 'Do Something' Lie

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From flickr.com/photos/21929919@N00/15209137777/: Syrian refugees' camp in Cappadocia, Turkey
Syrian refugees' camp in Cappadocia, Turkey
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It didn’t take long for the universal and entirely justified outrage over a picture of a dead three-year-old to be funneled by the “do something” pundits to justify regime change in Syria. The “do something” crowd wants us to “do something” about the refugee crisis and “solve” the “bigger problem,” which, of course, involves regime change. To create the moral urgency and to tether the refugee crisis to their long-standing warmongering, these actors have to insist the US has “done nothing” about Syria. But this is all a fantasy. The US has been “intervening” in the Syrian civil war, in measurable and significant ways, since at least 2012—most notably by arming, funding and training anti-Assad forces.

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