May the Syria children R.I.P.> Lessons for the 99%,our children are dying from a war too,by the 1%.

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It`s headline news for 1% media about the atrocities in Syria,yet how many children die from this 1% Depression/Austerity? The dead children make Syria government the bad guy,where the 1% media about dead children from austerity/ economic hardship? Can the 1% be the "bad guy"??? Lesson learn, 99% bring your children to all protests,if and when the children get hurt,"MAYBE YOU WILL GET SOME ATTENTION FROM THE 1% AND ITS MEDIA"! Our children can be our best protests! What can you say for people who don`t respect children? MAY THEY REST IN HELL!! Sorry Thom, if this is too hard,but i stand by it.

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Message to 99%,let the 1% protect children from "austerity",if they really care?? They don`t need no army or bombs.

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