Originally I was thinking of putting it in the campaign bus, but realistically this is much more of a worldly topic than a political one. Or atleast I hope it stays that way, anyway almost everyone knows about the Syrian Massacre, and if not this should give you a pretty good idea of what happened to this town.
Houla massacre survivor tells how his family were slaughtered | World news | The GuardianOriginally Posted by Guardian
In the end 116 people dead, including 32 children as the Assad forces went house to house on a murdering spree through out the town. Now the question becomes what is the world going to do about it? Iran has confirmed they have sent troops to Syria to back up Assad's men, Russia which has U.N. veto power has sent weapons to Syria as of last week to help supply troops.
On the other hand over the weekend the Joint Chiefs in the U.S. seem to indicate that a military attack on Syria may be coming soon.
'Atrocities' could trigger military intervention in Syria, Joint Chiefs chairman warns | Fox NewsOriginally Posted by Fox News
So should the world intervene? And if so how? Strongly worded letter from the U.N.? Sanctions? Blockades? Military support? Or invasion? Those seem to be the options on the table at the moment.