Will dropping missiles on Syria lead us into another World War? Should we help Syria? Are we following in the footsteps of the Vietnam War? These are troubling questions. If we go along with dropping missiles on Syria then it is a good possibility that there may be World War 3.
"We the People" of the USA have always went beyond what is humanly asked for. Helping others is due to our sense of right and wrong. Our largest task is being there for the down and out. It is one thing Americans take seriously.
Is Al-Qaeda or others in the Middle East trying to pull the United States of America into World War III? After all, they as well as others, the world is aware that Americans' will come to the aid of children, no matter who they are or where they come from.
President Obama is considering using missiles to take out those in Syria to stop this atrocity, promising there will be no boots on the ground. It seems many in Congress agree, too.
All our representatives and the president have to go by is what others are telling them. If they believe in what they hear, then the United States of America will go to the aid of the Syrian children.
Many Americans believe in John 15, verse 13 "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends." We Americans seem to live this to our deaths.
From the little I have studied of other countries, one thing seems to stand out. Rulers keep control of their citizenry by keeping many uneducated. After all, if they cannot read, they will have a tendency to believe what another is saying, just like a child. Is this why so many of us want to protect and help others in the world?
"We the People" of the United States of America do not want another World War. However, what can we do? Should we pay attention to our consciousness and put a stop to this massacre? Probably, otherwise down the line, we will feel guilty and blame ourselves for not helping the little people. If you fear that we are about to enter another World War, and believe somebody is lying about Syria, then call representatives in Congress, as well as the President. Tell them how you feel.
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