- Posted September 4, 2013 by
Rio de Janeiro
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Are chemical weapons a ‘red line’?
There are other ways to prevent a major war
( Fabricio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro - Brazil ) . Parts . I think that the first use of chemical weapons in any situation is the least worrying , or accept its use only in case of extreme emergency and that innocent people would not be exposed to it . But that's not what we saw , and this obviously causes revolt several people ( including me ) . I'm sure there would be many other ways the government eliminate your " enemies " without killing innocents . Despite being the more likely this whole situation , I will not in any way believe that the government acted in bad faith and killed innocent people just to say " killed people " , and I believe that was void of feature such a poor country , the that led to despair immediately . Ie Syria erred , and erred fatally . So fatally that no point apologizing ( if they are thinking about it , unlikely) since dead lives not return , neither the time nor the revolt of the people will calm down ...
But I also believe that the United States should not intervene so radically the situation in Syria . I think basically there should be an attempt to meet with the local government to question their attitudes , and ultimately , to appeal to the " rain of blood " .
In addition to the above questions we have another problem . France argues that the United States and Russia defends Syria , ie , a war that is likely to occur rapidly expand boundaries and reach out to other continents .
I think the United States definitely " bought this fight " and is going to kill and die , while the Syrians are preparing to " kill more and die even more ." There is great despair among the two governments . Hopefully that takes the definition of opposites in the U.S. government takes , so we will have a calm tempers in these two countries , and both see that they can avoid a war . The answer to the question is no and go!
AT THE MOMENT THAT I WRITE ...
Is occurring a vote in the U.S. Senate to decide whether or not the military can invade Syria . So far , 10-7 for the release of the invasion . Where does this willingness of the U.S. to create another war ? Exploiting another poor location ? We'll see ...