[OPINION] Obama’s Grotesque Hypocrisy over Cluster Munitions

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BLU-97 A/B munitions in Museum of Aviation in Belgrade (Photo credit: Tutantomen)

BLU-97 A/B munitions in Museum of Aviation in Belgrade (Photo credit: Tutantomen)

by:  Dave Lindorff / This Can’t Be Happening!

Syrian civilians and children should count themselves lucky that mass opposition in the US, the UK and much of the rest of the world to the idea of a US bombing blitz aimed at punishing the Syrian government for allegedly using Sarin gas in an attack on a Damascus neighborhood forced the US to back off and accept a Russian deal to get rid of Syria’s chemical weapons.

Had the US attacked, primarily with a two- or three-day barrage of Tomahawk missiles, many of those rockets would likely have carried warheads containing BLU-97 cluster munitions, according to the United States Campaign to Ban Cluster Munitions — cluster bombs that would have assuredly killed or maimed many Syrian children.

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