Justifying war

September 1, 2013 • Dear Editor


Dear Editor
Between Feb 13th and 15th, 1945, the allies bombed the city of Dresden creating a firestorm that killed 25,000 people, mostly civilians.

Firebomb Raids on Tokyo on March 9th and 10th of 1945 created another firestorm that left over 100,000 dead, mostly civilians.

And the atom bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki left another estimated 246,000 people dead, mostly civilians.

Most of the civilians killed in those four raids were women and children. The men were off fighting somewhere.

So what’s the big deal about a gas attack in Syria? Are people killed by being burned up in a fire storm or Login to read more

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