The pictures of children suffering horrible deaths from the apparent chemical weapons attack in Syria moved even the most callous of our population. According to one recently published report, the latest death toll stands at 72, including 20 children.
These victims experienced horrible, excruciating deaths. They suffered burns from the chemicals and dismemberment from the shrapnel and impact of the ordinances. The photographs and videos were difficult to look at and watch, but they were nonetheless presented by the media with minimal censorship for the greatest of impact.
The United States, largely moved by the shock created by the images and having the proper moral outrage, responded by firing 59 cruise missiles at a reported cost of $60 million to U.S. taxpayers.
Meanwhile, the same government that spent $60 million to avenge these horrific deaths on the other side of the world spent $500 million – a half-billion dollars – of taxpayer funds at home last year not to save, but to supplement the cost of killing nearly one million children, in part, through the funding of Planned Parenthood.
The unborn children with fully formed bodies were also burned by chemicals and dismembered. More egregiously, some of their tiny body parts were then reportedly sold as documented by the authenticated covert video footage obtained by undercover operatives David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt Center for Medical Progress.
While the images of the children victims of the chemical attack in Syria continue to flood the media and social networking streams, the responses by the corporate media and social media monopolies to the images and videos obtained by Mr. Daleiden and Ms. Merritt were (and are) less than welcoming.
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