Monday, October 6, 2014
National Geographic Photographer John Stanmeyer Captures Thousands Of People, People Just Like You And Me, Fleeing Death And Worse In Syria, Escaping To Turkey...
Who knows how this conflict will end or if it ever will, but do have a look here at what National Geographic's Scott Johnson has to say about what's happening...
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They look like family to me.ReplyDelete
Always the poor women, children who suffer. The rich are the devils who pull the strings.Pray for the little ones before the are drafted to do the dirty work for the rich.ReplyDelete
Where is all that "Peace on Earth, Good will toward Man"?ReplyDelete
Peace on Earth as simple as patience and tolerance .Simple respect for all things good !ReplyDelete
The children's faces tear my heart apart. So much suffering. Man's inhumanity to man knows no limits.ReplyDelete
An army rolling in killing all who don't have or will accept their religion.ReplyDelete
Run, fight or die.... right now.
Such strong images always makes my heart bleeding, and I don't know how to handle the knowledge of the cruelty that appears in front of my eyes. Somehow we must stop this madness that's going on everywhere. Is it an idea to become a militant peace-warrior, or shall I continue to believe in the words of Mahatma Gandhi: "In a gentle way you can shake the World"?ReplyDelete
Go with gentle Gandhi Hanne...Delete
It is no wonder that the rest of the cosmos uses the bypass around our solar system.ReplyDelete
The interstellar system map shows " beastly warring monsters there be" under our small rock location.
The last photograph reminds me of Michaelangelo's famous Renaissance statue, The Pieta,depicting Mary and the Christ, housed in the Basilica of the Vatican. I know the two of them are weeping as they observe the demonic, murderous acts of these savages.ReplyDelete