posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 11:07 AM
Whatever side in this conflict is using chemical weapons, I dearly
hope that there will be an intervention. It doesn't nessecarily have to be
on the side of the "rebels" given the fact that there are countless "sides" to that side...
The world needs to react and should have reacted long ago so that it hadn't have to come to this... What ever happened to R2P? Bogus document...
I guess the real problem here is that a major faction of the rebel forces swore alligence to Al Zarqawi i.e. Al Qaeda which in itself was a result
from lacking support from any "legitimate" military force.... This makes any form of support tricky but not impossible.
This war has been on for far to long now and the vast majority of the suffering is on the civillian population.
UN/NATO and/or EU has to step in now
and at least
freeze the conflict. If we wait any longer, it will spread into Jordan, Lebanon and
maybe even Turkey and/or Israel and by then it will be a full-blown war that will further spread death, destruction and untold human suffering...
This is the biggest humanitarian fiasco since Rwanda.
Shame on the UN and shame on the general secretary Ban Ki-Moon!