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Twitter Flooded With Active Duty Military & Veterans Opposing Attack on Syria

#IdidntJoin goes viral

by Paul Joseph Watson InfoWars:

After numerous US servicemembers posted photos of themselves holding up signs on Twitter refusing to fight on the side of Al-Qaeda in Syria, the meme developed into several different hashtag trends, including #IdidntJoin and #VetsOnSyria.

Congressman Justin Amash, a vocal critic of the Obama administration’s build-up to war, has been inundated with tweets from active duty military members and veterans in anticipation of a House vote on authorization of military action which is set to take place next week.

As we reported earlier, opposition to an attack on Syria is by no means only reserved to regular servicemembers. Numerous top brass have also gone public to express their concerns and Pentagon officials are even leaking information in a desperate bid to derail the path to war.

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1 comment to Twitter Flooded With Active Duty Military & Veterans Opposing Attack on Syria

  • Upstart

    All BULLSHIT and way too little way too late.

    The US, British, and Israeli military (the real axis of evil) will do what they are told to do, as soon as they are told to do it. They always have done and always will do. To pretend otherwise is truely pathetic and desperate.

    As Ex US Goverment official Dr Paul Roberts recently wrote: ‘The US military routinely murders civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and is responsible for as many as 1,000,000 Iraqi deaths and 4,000,000 displaced Iraqis. The American definition of “the best country in the world” is the country that can murder the most innocent people, people who have never attacked America, people who once looked upon America as the hope of the world and now see a deadly threat.


    Yep, Dr Roberts is correct. The US, along with the Brits and ‘gods chosen ones’ the Israelis will send us all to hell in a nuclear fireball, sooner rather than later I fear.

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