Debate Essay on Syria’s Issue
August 26, 2013
The U.N must attack in unity (hence the label) in order to respond to such outrage, otherwise it may become an impossible task without a leader. The rest of the U.N, especially France which has already decided to involve themselves, must have their superior and leading country to surgically strike Syria. I completely concur with the idea of being included in the issue with Syria, not only to help their people, but to protect the countries adjacent to Syria in which we have trading relations with. And besides, defending our relationship with foreign trade districts, we need to minimize Syrian government power from oppressive rule and casualty in warfare. France is taking initiative, so why aren’t we? As superior and leading country in the U.N we should be the first to send troops directly to Syria to charge. I understand the risk we take in this action, but anything that could affect our country should be worth fighting for in any circumstance. We need to begin/continue supplying military weapons as preparation and leverage to run up against the alleged use of chemical weaponry. We must also consider inducing extra protection for Syrian civilians after discovering the horrific and tragic mass killing by chemical weapons. These are innocent victims that happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time; we mustn’t be selfish and let that go to keep ourselves out of a risky position. Although, Assad is denying the use of chemical weapons on civilians, we need to help the future victims that are being oppressed and exposed to horrific crimes against humanity. Syria is not the only country going to be affected by its’ unjust government rule, its’ neighboring countries without a doubt would be captivated if we do not act quickly. This could break any trading relationship we have with Syria’s surrounding countries which could affect our financial status and as nearly every other country has had...
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