Saturday, September 27, 2014

Article: A Nation Without a Conscience | OpEdNews

Article: A Nation Without a Conscience | OpEdNews: When I brought up the case of the sanctions and the deaths of 650,000 children, my friend just looked at me; no shock, no horror, nor remorse, or anger. Nothing. My friend showed the same indifference as did the US public, towards a government policy which took the lives of 650,000 innocent children. Look into the eyes of the Iraqi children in above the photo? Do you approve of killing 650,000 kids like those? Does it bother you that your government killed so many children like those in the picture? Do you have a conscience? Did you ever protest the deaths of so many innocent children?

Why Doesn't America Care About 2 Black Teenage Girls Who Were Killed? | Alternet

Why Doesn't America Care About 2 Black Teenage Girls Who Were Killed? | Alternet: September 25, 2014 |

In the wee hours of a balmy, eerily calm morning in North Jacksonville, Florida last Thursday, the lifeless bodies of two teenage girls, Angelia Mangum and Tjhisha Ball, were discovered alongside a somewhat remote stretch of road just East of Interstate 95 and West of U.S. 17, allegedly naked, bound with zip ties, lumped on top of each other, surrounded in a pool of blood. Two witnesses driving past on Sisson Drive, near the intersection of Main Street North and Clark Road, said they initially thought they saw a corpse; so they flipped a U-turn to see if they could determine whether it was a human body or simply a dead animal, roadkill. On second glance, it appeared to be the former.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

‘US seeks to target Syrian govt.’ | Veterans News Now

‘US seeks to target Syrian govt.’ | Veterans News Now: The extremists that Washington is supposedly hunting down now are the progeny of American covert war in Syria that the Syrian government has been battling against for the past three years.