IdBeCrazyIf: Why not both?
Tatterdemalian: It certainly wouldn't be the first time Reuters was caught staging a massacre, though it might be the first time they did it to make anyone other than Israel look like war criminals.
pag1107: Are people still riled up for us to get involved there? Have they decided which side we should take? We can either back a sociopathic dictator or al Qaeda, you chose.
spawn73: Experts who have commented on the issue, rather than just reporting it like Reuters does, says it's not a sarin gas attack because none of the supposed victims have the symptoms of having been exposed to sarin gas, namely muscle spasms.People who die from sarin gas will apparently be contorted from the muscle spasms it causes.Also they question the timing of this coinciding with the UN arriving to determine exactly if gas has been used.I don't know how many animals are in the supposedly affected area. But the experts also asked for evidence of dead animals, as would occur with an sarin gas attack.---Some forms of tear gas is really nasty, and can kill as well. Ie. the 36 prisoners that were killed by it the other day in Egypt when it was used in closed quarters.But tear gas is not forbidden to use under international law.
brimed03: IdBeCrazyIf: Why not both?Agreed. There's no shortage of blame to go around./shortage of love, tho//put an apostrophe in that its, Subby/pedantic
megarian: Sarin terrifies me.
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