Thursday, August 29, 2013

Pope Condemns USA Aggression In Syria

While USA Bishops remain silent on the question of the USA unprovoked aggression in Syria, the Pope has no such hesitancy.
Vatican said in a statement after the meeting that the "path of dialogue and of negotiation among all components of Syrian society, with the support of the international community, is the only option to put an end to the conflict and to the violence, which, every day, cause the loss of so many human lives, above all among the defenseless population."
Therefore, there is no just cause for action.  Catholic officers must resign rather than obey orders to attack Syria.  You never hear about it, but it does happen.

I listened to one naval officer explain that one's only chance of getting out of the navy as a conscientious objector is to make your application secretly.  If you make it known to your cohort, then the powers that be must deny your claim for fear others will follow you out.  Hmmmm.....
Days earlier, Francis has said that the use of arms won't resolve the civil war in Syrian where so far has killed over 100,000 people. The United States and its allies are considering a military intervention in response to the Syrian regime's alleged use of chemical weapons in a rebel-held Damascus suburb on Aug. 21, where hundreds died. Syria denies it has used such weapons, and has blamed the rebels for the attack.
Now there is the problem.  Gas was used (not that it is any of the USA's business.....)  But who used the gas, no one knows...

Here again, the truth commissions would work... and maybe the world has a chief judge for the job.  Pope Francis.

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