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Is Venezuela the next State Amer­ica will invade to pro­tect the people?

Chem­i­cal Weapons and Media Dis­in­for­ma­tion: Venezuela’s Pres­i­dent Maduro Accused of Using “Toxic Weapons” against Protesters.

Chem­i­cal weapons kill by caus­ing a ter­ri­ble death mostly to inno­cent peo­ple not involved in the con­flict, but just by being nearby. That inevitably includes chil­dren. Those who do not die imme­di­ately will live scarred for life phys­i­cally and mentally.

There is a rea­son why the use of chem­i­cal weapons is banned. They kill and maim indis­crim­i­nately. Con­sid­er­ing that nuclear weapons have a more long-​lasting and wider lethal effect should make them the pri­mary tar­get of a total ban. Why nuclear weapons are not banned for the same rea­son is beyond rationale.

But, beware. Chem­i­cal weapons can also have long term and broader effects.

Nowa­days our main con­cern is about the use of chem­i­cal weapons because they have recently caused the death of a reported 80 peo­ple includ­ing many chil­dren near the city of Homs in Syria.

The U.S. has accused the Syr­ian gov­ern­ment of using chem­i­cal weapons that Syria is not even pos­sess­ing, as con­firmed by the UN. Based on their own unproven accu­sa­tion the U.S. decided to strike Syria with a reported 59 Tom­a­hawk cruise mis­siles. It is impor­tant to say “unproven” because there is no evi­dence of responsibility.

The U.S. track record speaks loudly!

The U.S. devel­ops and keeps chem­i­cal weapons.

The U.S. facil­i­tates the dis­tri­b­u­tion of chem­i­cal weapons.

The U.S. has used chem­i­cal weapons infa­mously in Vietnam.

The U.S. has the largest stock­pile of nuclear weapons.

The U.S. has used nuclear weapons.

The U.S. pro­motes a war­mon­ger­ing bloody for­eign policy.

And finally, we have all seen over and over how the U.S. uses dis­in­for­ma­tion to jus­tify its own impe­r­ial interventions.

Why would this time be different?

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