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“At least 18 people killed in Russian airstrike on town in Syria – reports” reads a headline in this morning’s Guardian. According to the corporate media when Russian bombs kill, they kill people. On the other hand, US and NATO bombs kill terrorists and extremists. That some collateral damage is caused in the process is only natural and hardly worth the column inches. After all’s said and done ‘you can’t make an omelette …’
The fact one person’s collateral damage is another person’s grandmother is highly regrettable and easily deniable. As one loving grandmother once remarked, “the price is worth it”.
To read more of this article click here for the Off-Guardian website.
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