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US deplores use of chemical weapons, or should that read ‘deploys’?


Historians and even goldfish, have become somewhat puzzled by the U.S.’s memory loss and assertion that Syria is the first nation in ‘100 years’ to break the Geneva Convention’s ban on chemical warfare. One Vietnamese school teacher commented: ‘It’s hard to forget being soaked with twelve million gallons of ‘Agent Orange’ or bombed by 388,000 tons of napalm. Hmmm, maybe it was just organic herbicide?’





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