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Let’s Kill Some People

Published on August 31, 2013

Let’s kill some people to prove a point. Why not, so many people and organizations and even countries do it. Doctors and pharmaceutical companies do it every day and few complain. Clearly the American military does this and in fact spends a trillion a year to maintain its ability to continue doing so.

As the above video shows clearly it is hard to understand the hypocrisy of the American government over chemical issues when it itself has used Agent Orange and depleted uranium weapons to devastating effect. But regardless President Barack Obama is poised to become the first U.S. leader in three decades to attack a foreign nation without mustering broad international support or acting in direct defense of Americans. He is also the first president to prove to the world that the United States of America, under his leadership, is no longer a democracy.

England this past week, and its prime minister, proved just the opposite as the Parliament voted down a violent response and the Prime Minister, in front of everyone, promised to honor the will of the people. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday it would be "utter nonsense" for the Syrian government to use chemical weapons when it was winning its war with rebels, and urged U.S. President Barack Obama not to attack Syrian forces, but is Obama willing to listen to anyone?

Two Kinds of People

Viktor Frankl, in his book "Man’s Search for Meaning," offers a penetrating vision into the realities of human suffering. Founder of the third way movement of psychology in Austria, Frankl was the only one in his family to survive the concentration camps in Germany.

“From all this we may learn that there are two races of men in this world, but only these two – the "race" of the decent man and the "race" of the indecent man. Both are found everywhere; they penetrate into all groups of society. No group consists entirely of decent or indecent people.  Life in a concentration camp tore open the human soul and exposed its depths. Is it surprising that in those depths we again found only human qualities, which in their very nature were a mixture of good and evil? The rift dividing good from evil, which goes through all human beings, reaches into the lowest depths and becomes apparent even on the bottom of the abyss which is laid open by the concentration camp.”

Dr. Scott Peck in his Road Less Traveled said, “There really are people, and institutions made up of people, who respond with hatred in the presence of goodness and would destroy the good insofar as it is in their power to do so. They hate the light and instinctively will do anything to avoid it, including attempting to extinguish it. They will destroy the light in their own children and in all other beings subject to their power. Evil people hate the light because it reveals themselves to themselves. They hate goodness because it reveals their badness; they hate love because it reveals their laziness. They will destroy the light, the goodness, the love in order to avoid the pain of such self-awareness.”

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Imagine that you are creating a fabric of human destiny with the object of making men happy in the end, giving them peace and rest at last, but that it was essential and inevitable to torture to death only one tiny creature…and to found that edifice on its un-avenged tears, would you consent to be the architect on those conditions? Tell me, and tell the truth.
– Fyodor Dostoyevsky

What makes Obama a better person than that dog of a President of Syria with what he is planning to do? What’s the difference between being killed by a cruise missile or by napalm or a chemical attack? It is perfectly clear that Obama does not care for the suffering of the American people with his unwavering support to all that the Wall Street banker are doing to destroy the country.

Violence without End


Children in the Syrian province of Aleppo earlier this week suffered napalm-like burns after an incendiary agent was dropped on their school by what rebels say was a government jet. At least 10 people were killed, and dozens more were injured. A humanitarian doctor who treated the children after the Monday incident described the scene as “apocalyptic. “As they all started to arrive, it felt like I was living a horror film,” said the volunteer doctor, who asked only to be identified by her first name, Roula. “As they were coming in, because of their burns, they were radiating so much heat.”

Just a few weeks ago the Egyptian military killed scores of people but they did that with conventional means so the complaint was not great. Obama orders people killed with drones almost every week. Perhaps he believes the world is going to end anyway so why not hasten the end of our days here on earth.

Justifiable Violence?

Most of us do have a tendency to get angry when we are wronged and the urge to respond sometimes is strong. But is it possible to do something right by doing something terribly wrong? Do the means justify the end or are the means and the end the same thing? President Obama might just begin to show us who he really is when he attacks Syria. What if he starts WWIII? Syria has promised to attack Israel if Obama attacks!

Ahead of the US strike on Syria, the Israeli security cabinet in special session on Wednesday, Aug. 28, ordered the partial mobilization of select, qualitative IDF reserve forces: Rocket, Air Force, missile interception, Home Defense command and intelligence units.

We do have a kind of anger that is aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy. We call this indignation. Modern Psychology understands that the universal trigger for anger is the sense of being endangered. This sense of endangerment is not limited to mere physical threats. It can include threats to self-esteem and dignity. When we feel that we are being treated unjustly or rudely or being insulted or demeaned there is a natural and often deep response within us.

There is another kind of anger that deserves our respect. A legitimate anger, one worthy of listening. Anger can be intelligent and can be used for creating meaningful and lasting change in our lives. Anger can show us where respect is being disrespected. Anger can show us something is wrong and needs correction.

Righteous anger is not directed so much at individuals; it is not ego-to-ego. It is a feeling response directed impartially toward a whole system of wrongs. In general, when we love cosmically it is the divisions in human life that causes intense feelings, anguish and sometimes even anger.

Taking this down to the personal level there are certain things that we just cannot say to another without bringing up a lot of conflict and anger. No matter how calmly and skillfully we communicate, if we show another person that some action of theirs is hurting our inner world (creating or provoking strong feelings) they might react with anger. But often there is a need to deliver a message, to make a communication. How do we get someone to listen? We did see a great demonstration in listening this week in the English Parliament.

But we know people routinely do not listen and that goes for presidents as much as anyone else. Not everyone can order a cruise missile attack nor throw the dice and risk a world war. Not everyone can betray the constitution and destroy the work of our founding fathers with a smile on his face.

We cannot always avoid a confrontation with
the forces of uncaring and negligence.

There is an anger (strong feeling) whose source is love and this type of anger is a force to be approached with care for it has the power like no force on earth. The origin of spiritual fire expressed as anger is not hate but love not separation but oneness. To be aware is to care and if we are aware of how we are feeling we will care to communicate which is a form of action.


Anger is a social emotion. Our beings were never meant to live with uncaring and separation. We were meant to live with love and caring thus it is quite natural for us to have strong feelings when love and caring are lacking in our social existence. Is violence the answer? Many people think so and damn the consequence. Obama is such a person and God help us all if the consequences of his (and his superiors) actions spiral out of control.

Personally I am no stranger to anger but my tears run like a river when I see the suffering in our world. If one looks there are reasons to cry every day and that does get tiring but violence is no substitute.

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  • Mark Sircus

    The Saudi foreign minister, addressing the Cairo meeting, also called for action against the Assad regime. “Opposition to international action only encourages the regime to pursue its crimes,” Saud al-Faisal said. “It is time to ask the international community to assume its responsibilities and to take deterrent measures.”

    Amazing, these Saudi rulers and all their men are some of the biggest terrorsits in the world….just look at how they treat their women for starters.

    And Vitoria, I am speaking and writing in English and also I know dogs that have ripped one of my friends to pieces so please……………..

  • George Christinson

    Thank you for your thoughts Dr Sircus, I couldn’t agree more. I just hope Mr Obama gets the message.

  • Andrew Manche

    i’m glad OhBummer has backed down some and is now seeking congressional approval – but war is the American mainstay and has been since WWII – why should we be surprised to see another illegal war?

    the US abandoned the rest of the world to fight Hitler alone for 3 yrs, while she financed and supplied both sides in the conflict (Luftwaffe could’t fly without special opil additives from US suppliers), permitting Pearl Harbor (4 international intelligence agencies warned the US it was about to happen) only after she realised Germany would be targetting the US after it cleaned up England

    the US used nukes on civilians AFTER Japan had already offered to surrender, despite 6 US generals telling the administration there was NO military benefit to doing so

    the Vietnam war was a lie – the Gulf of Tonkin incident never happened, as recently released freedom of info documents prove

    the invasion of Afghanistan was illegal, 9/11 was an inside job, no Afghans were involved in the hijackings and Osama Bin Laden as we now know went into hiding in Pakistan, not Afghanistan

    the invasion of Iraq was similarly illegal and according to the UN, UNICEF & the red cross, more than 1 million innocent civilians died for WMD’s that didn’t exist – not to mention that by removing Saddam, sectarian violence has now bloomed in Iraq again costing tens of thousands more lives

    why should we be in any way surprised to see more war on the horizon? what would be an unprecedented surprise would be to see no war at all

    and we’ve not our governments to blame,, but ourselves, for letting those who represent us commit crimes against humanity in our name

    time for a Western Spring, not a violent Spring as we saw in the Arab world, but a Spring of awakened awareness to TRUTH and a refusal to sanction or participate in the falsehoods of war

  • Victoria Thompson

    Dear Dr Sircus,
    I understand your anger and your passion–but PLEASE don’t equate dogs (or animals) with the evil deeds of humans. We are far more cruel and destructive than any animal on earth.

    • guiguig

      The devils like to make humanity look evil. It is their plan and nature to show us who is good and who is bad. But humanity in the end is a neutral race, we do both good and bad.

  • Holli Hollister

    I’m totally against any military action where Syria is concerned and will protest the US government to let them know how I feel about it. We should just let the Syrians kill each other and leave us out of it. I hope Putin and all the other world leaders will also keep their noses out of it…which we know Putin has already sent thousands of seasoned fighters to aid Assad in killing those who disagree with him. Why do you act as though Putin is not involved in this conflict? Why do you support Putin and not condemn ‘him’?

    The PM of England, David Cameron wanted to take military action against Syria but the Parliament disallowed it….why do you act as though he didn’t?

    ln Obama’s speech today he said he would get Congressional approval before taking any military action against Syria. However, you may have better information than we’re being given in the US.

    U.S. Government Assessment of the Syrian Government’s
    Use of Chemical Weapons on August 21, 2013

    I believe Israel is capable of taking care of themselves and will. This is something they’ve wanted for a long time anyway, to show their military might in the ME. They’ve instigated their own problems with Syria sans Obama.

    “What makes Obama a better person than that dog of a President of Syria with what he is planning to do? What’s the difference between being killed by a cruise missile or by napalm or a chemical attack? It is perfectly clear that Obama does not care for the suffering of the American people with his unwavering support to all that the Wall Street banker are doing to destroy the country.”
    Really? You’re comparing the banking situation in the US to the chemical attacks in Syria? Really? So you think Obama should passively stand by and allow Assad to torture and murder the babies in Syria because their parents disagree with him? Wow! I do not want war with Syria but something must be done to stop this madness. Did Obama start this? I’m positive you’ll find a way to blame him.
    Where does your country of Brazil stand on this issue? If your country’s leaders were killing her citizens with chemical weapons you might appreciate Obama and our trillion $ military coming to your aid, no? Or would you want him to just let it happen? Whose side do you think Putin would be on…your citizens [rebels] or your leaders?
    Your agenda is glaringly obvious. Apparently you’re the only one allowed to exhibit righteous anger. It does not matter what Obama does in your eyes it would be wrong.
    Great picture of Obama, BTW.
    In advance of anyone attacking me for having the nerve to disagree with the good doctor let me just say I’m allowed to my own opinion and to express it just as he is. TIA!

  • jazzfeed

    SS Kerry forthrightly asserts the use of weaponized chemicals is a moral obscenity. As he speaks, a predator drone, targeting one suspected terrorist leader. takes out the rest of the 35 Afghan citizens gathered for a wedding. Collateral damage. Perhaps the drone is operated from hundreds or thousands of miles away by an someone with a bank of computer screens who grew up on video games. Perfect military fodder: pre-programed dehumanization.
    Senator Alan Grayson’s take is lucid. He has a petition at

  • Salsify

    Obama sets up an ultimatum, “rebels” use chemical weapons on civilians, Obama has his set-up excuse to attack. But many people now know what’s going on.

  • Gerhard Paasche

    Hi Mark, it is amazing to see all the deception that is going on right now in all the mainstream media. I am attaching a link to an article of the EU Times, which puts all the different interests of this region into a bigger picture. Qatar with huge natural gas resources wants to run a pipeline through Syria to access the European market. They have been arming and supporting the rebels with over $3 billion. This pipeline would end Russia’s monopoly on liquefied natural gas and thus is a huge economical aspect for Russia’s future.
    Further the central banks of Syria, Iran and North Korea are the only ones left that are not related to the Rothschilds or Banks of England. Libya, which actually was one of the most independent countries on this world, was portrayed by the mass media in a way that put Gaddafi as a despot and bad man. Libya had 3/5 of the amount of gold that England had at that time. He was attempting to expand and support the independence of
    other African and Arab nations in the same way. All that gold is now gone and residing in the coffers of the participating parties. Obviously the next target will be Iran.
    It is just so sad to see how the public is falling for the reception of the mainstream
    media information. Here is the link I mentioned earlier.
    Thank you for all the good things that you do to help us keep our sanity and health. I love the Biomat. Sincerely, Gerhard

  • regular

    I’m with you. Obama must be so confused since he won the Peace Prize.

  • Akrus Acras

    Dear, the dearest Dr., Sircus,

    but what if things are not so simply…what if unknown people – unknown to Syrians & America govt. deliberately planted crime with chemical poisons, and so USA with Alliance have an excuse to attack innocent civilians….?

    • Ciaran

      That’s probably true. A lot of unknown, unidentified persons are skulking around, doing mysterious things, it seems. If they are reported on in the media, their nationality is never mentioned. Pay attention to that, people. What nationality is never, ever mentioned in a critical manner or spotlighted in a negative light, when it comes to these wargames and politics? Voltaire said, “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”