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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Los Desastres de la Guerra

With the bodies piling up in Libya, the obscene face of low intensity warfare is unveiled more and more. If the US had merely baldly stated that it desired a regime change and control over the Libyan oilfields, and then invaded forthwith, that would have truly spared civilian casualties. Instead, we have another UN "police action" civil war with all the inhuman brutality that entails...The problem here is that we have become desensitized as a people to this. Daily we have a gawking, whorish media smilingly and mawkishly retailing of innocents killed in drive by drug gang warfare here at home. So why should we give pause when we are told of a young girl killed in her backyard in Libya by a stray bullet that one of the rebels shot into the air in celebration. Some party. The deceit of this charade is nothing less than disgusting,  unless, of course, you have been lulled and stupefied like so many among us. Take a gander, if you dare, at Goya's horrors of war etchings, look in the mirror and then ask yourself who is looking back?

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