Relieved to feel someone else noticed and it's not just me getting
more and more cynical.
The inhaler squirted into the child's mouth totally uselessly with
powder emerging into the air was an amazing example of how not to use
an inhaler. As to hosing down children showing no signs of distress
that looked even more cruel. OMG. That said I guess it is possible
for mock ups to recreate a truth eg. the flag raising at Iwo Jima,
and perhaps Macarthur coming ashore both in WW2.
Like you I would prefer to see real evidence that would stand up in
court before any military action is taken. There is no obvious
urgency that the public has been made aware of and the consequences
of further increasing tension with Russia may be beyond
calculation. Not a time to stand beside Paris - which historically
usually leads to disaster.
In any case the test of any action in Syria is not what it feels like
here, but whether it does any good there.
Meanwhile seriously good to hear that we have 3 Royal Navy vessels
helping to enforce the sanctions on North Korea, not that UK news has
said anything I've seen about it.
At 08:48 11/04/2018, you wrote:
>In addition to this, the clips of the aftermath of the chemical
>weapons attack in Syria is very questionable. I think that it is
>essential that there is
> no reaction based on the film until verified by trusted people
> going in to investigate. The children being forced to use
> salbutamol inhalers, in a completely ineffective way, do not seem
> to have any signs if respiratory difficulty or distress. Or any
> distress before being doused in water. This does not mean there was
> no attack, but this is clearly a mock up film.
>This is a propaganda war first victim being the truth.
>Feels a bit like just before Iraq war from my seat.