Friday’s headlines from around the world were the horrendous claim Isis had slaughtered at least 232 civilians near Mosul, Iraq last week, according to the UN.
Aleppo - During the past week, Aleppo has been the target of the worst aerial onslaught since the start of Syria's civil war in 2011. More than 400 people were killed, hundreds of others wounded
Last week on the streets of the US just as many, if not more civilians have been slaughtered, even worse, these deaths happen every week in America and barely make the news
Since Friday more than 100 were slaughtered with hundreds injured over the weekend.
This weekend in Chicago alone 14 young people were killed and a further three dozen injured in the battle for the streets of America but you have to dig deep to find any mention of the carnage and death in the cities and urban streets of the US.
If you were beginning to think this year’s election fight was a blood bath think again, so far this year 12,226 have been killed in the United States of America, with a further 25,284 injured.
More than 3,000 of the above were children aged from 0-17. Source
The statistics above are only gun statistics; I have not added any data for other violent crimes, such as stabbings, domestic violence or beatings.
When one look’s at the bigger picture, the events in the Middle East although terrible should take on an entirely different perspective, along with the petty school yard cat fight of the American President election.
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