Point of View
The idea of a possible war brewing between the
I am a believer that we can not sit back and partake in the bystander effect. Let’s just wait and see what happens and if a threat perhaps comes our way then we’ll make a strike. That’s not a smart idea in my opinion. The idea of the President and Congress allowing a military strike sends the direct message that we will not tolerate such heinous acts of violence against human life, especially against children who are not able to fight their battles.
The idea of war terrifies me because the outcome is never known. No one can predict how many lives will be lost. No one can predict what will happen in the aftermath of war. No one can predict what ramifications will take place to a country or countries involved in the war. There are so many unknowns that can have a detrimental impact to the nation. Parts of
The advancement of technology today compared to what it was several decades ago have vastly changed. Our government’s intelligence is unlike any other. We have a strong grasp on what is taking place in other nations and who may or may not have their hands on weapons that they should not. At the same time, we don’t know details all the time. We have no idea rather the Syrian regime is planning to attack the U.S. government or some neighboring country for implementing a military attack if one does indeed happen. My hope is that war is deterred at all costs, but I do fear some sort of attack may take place in the imminent future.
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