In their seeming urgency to present a case for war, BBC reporters have neglected factual accuracy of reported events and very much taken their lead from Western governments.
The demand by Cameron and other western politicians to increase the flow of arms is reckless and cynical, and will certainly ratchet up the death toll and spread the war.
Using humanitarian strife in Syria as a pretext to fulfill future plans for US aggression against Iran should be recognized for what it is: a grave violation of international law.
Human rights groups like Amnesty International should target war and militarism itself, rather than just some of its symptoms, and should oppose escalation of war on Syria.
Few things are more ludicrous than the attempt by advocates of US and Israeli militarism to pretend that they're applying anything remotely resembling "principles".
In 2001, the US Congress passed a law for the so-called "war on terror" that allows the US government to wage war at anytime, any place and on anyone deemed a threat to national security.
I do sometimes worry that I am going to die in here. I hope I don’t, but if the worst comes to the worst, I want my kids to know that I stood up for a principle: Shaker Aamer, Britain's last inmate in US prison camp.
It is highly likely that the US will have been notified about these attacks in advance and they are part of a growing campaign of intervention in the civil war in Syria.
The US insists Syria must unilaterally give up its chemical weapons while allowing Israel to maintain and expand its sizable arsenal of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons.
The drones are a self-generating terror machine that will grow and expand, meanwhile creating new potential targets as they sweep much of the world.