- Posted September 6, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Are chemical weapons a ‘red line’?
Why waste Billion dollars on Launching Cruise Missile which may be better spent on Humanitarian Aid?
Off course, Syria need and deserve change but foreign intervention through poorly orchestrated covert operation without any meaningful support on the ground has caused bloodshed and destruction of country which will have lingering negative effect on its citizens and the region. So far, never ending escalating violence has displaced millions people, even, more than million homeless children and two million refugees have not gotten any real help from USA or the international community.
Unloading stock pile of cruise missiles in the middle of nowhere servers no peaceful purpose, limited military strike without any real support on the ground from international community or US alone is worthless.
I hope it is not a scheme to enrich political donors and major shareholders of defense equipment manufacturing companies.
Usually, poorly managed conflicts will help Terrorism proliferation and radical’s recruitment in the long run which seems to be on the rise. Off course bio weapons remain a threat and it is easy to assemble the biological weapons compare to atomic bombs. Let’s not waste time without any real proof and justification on who cross the red line and violated the international treaty. Either side or even the outside rouge forces may be capable of delivering such weapons in order to challenge the rest of the world or to invite them into the conflict.
There is no cut and dry solution to the conflict which is threatening the region like a wild fire. It is time for the USA, United Nation and international community to work together to help resolve the dispute peacefully.
No Tomahawk Missiles please instead people of Syria need Humanitarian Aid now.