Warning: Some of the videos have graphic footage.
I've been hearing a lot about nukes and things going on between Syria/Russia/USA and I haven't been paying too close attention to it so i'm kind of confused as to what started this (Edit: Oh I see, it was a chemical
attack), but, has anyone else really heard much more about this topic?
One of my friends shared this on facebook and i'm listening to it now, and it's making me just go, "What the actual f**k..?"
I don't know for sure if this video is fake or not but, I really hope a nuclear war doesn't start :c it's scary to think about stuff like this.
And also, Russia is threatening the USA, if the USA does decide to attack Syria.
More info here:http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-576 ... -is-risky/http://world.time.com/2013/09/05/russia ... -disaster/
With the video that I watched via the cbsnews.com link, I think John Kerry is insane for what he said, the only part I agree with is his quote of "..no one should use chemical weapons", but other than that, everything else coming out of his mouth is just crap..Military action is suppose to "assert" the principal of NOT using nukes? I'm sorry but forceful tactics won't always work Secretary Kerry.
.. I never liked him and still glad to this day he lost the election back in 2004..(not that George W. Bush was any better -__-;..) What a crazy world we live in, that negotiating is practically non-existent ._. why does there have to be so much hate and attempts to assert one another, using brute force or even threats of nuclear warfare just to get to an agreement..?
Anyways, I agree 100% with what the Senator Kinzinger of illinois and Senator(?) Marino of Pennsylvania. To a point, I get that we need to keep emergency
military actions in mind, but when Kerry talks about "supporting military actions", it just seems like all his answers to fix everything, would be to use military force...