I'm sure most of you have heard of the bombing of the Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) hospital in Afghanistan.
I can only add my own outrage and sorrow over this tragedy and what I believe to be a war crime.
Here is an article from The Guardian. There is also the Glenn Greenwald article from The Intercept, which is worth reading. How can we even begin to justify this? Considering that this comes on the heels of warning the Russians about civilian casualties and the bombing of a wedding in Yemen by the coalition led by the Saudis, as Greenwald points out. I can absolutely find no justification nor excuse for this. NONE.
And we also need to see the bigger picture. We humans better STOP killing each other. The future will be quite grim if we don't.
BUSTED!!! Are you, dear readers, noticing how the U. S. is changing its story? Hmmmm - when a suspect to a crime does that, it usually means...
For an updated view, Greenwald again. In the article is also the link to another one - about a couple of media outlets obfuscating what happened.
Say WHAT? The U. S. changed its story yet again. Read about it and take note of how the "official line" has been changing. And I agree with MSF - this is a war crime.