US Covered-Up for Decades the Largest Use of Biological & Chemical Weapons in HistoryBy: Jeff Kaye
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There are many reasons why one should oppose the military action against Syria being planned by the Obama administration. But given that the action is being trumpeted as a righteous response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, there is one reason to oppose the U.S. action that carries with it more than the usual amount of painful irony.