It is one of the most horrifying videos of the war in Syria. It shows two men being beheaded by Syrian rebels, one of them by a child. He hacks with a machete at the neck of a middle-aged man who has been forced to lie in the street with his head on a concrete block. At the end of the film, a soldier, apparently from the Free Syrian Army, holds up the severed heads by their hair in triumph.
Michael Moore speaking just hours after the massacre on 14 December 2012 in which 28 people died, 20 of them children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the Sandy Hook village of Newtown, Connecticut. He links the Sandy Hook killings with the US culture of violence that has it currently waging at least five wars against other countries. Film of Michael Moore's speech by Lorna Tucker.
USA Today cautioned recently that “War with Iran won’t be a quick affair.” A Pittsburgh newspaper plaintively wonders whether “War with Iran” is a “Necessity or Folly.” Talk of war is in the air. What many in this country don’t realize is that the U.S. is already engaged in a war with Iran. We just don’t hear about it. The name of the war that is already underway is “sanctions.”
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