What does Washington Post have to say about peace?

Dennis Kucinich writes about the unjust attacks on him and Tulsi Gabbard following their fact-finding trip to the Middle East:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-02-04/washington-post-has-declared-war-peacemakers-dennis-kucinich-rages-against-military-

So writes Kucinich:

I have dedicated my life to peace. As a member of Congress I led efforts to avert conflict and end wars in countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Syria and Iran. And yet those of us who work for peace are put under false scrutiny to protect Washington’s war machine. Those who undermine our national security by promoting military attacks and destroying other nations are held up as national leaders to admire.

Recently Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and I took a Congressional Ethics-approved fact finding trip to Lebanon and Syria, where we visited Aleppo and refugee camps, and met with religious leaders, governmental leaders and people from all sides of the conflict, including political opposition to the Syrian government.

and…..

Enough of this dangerous pettiness. Let’s dig in to what is really going on, inside Syria, in the State Department, the CIA and the Pentagon.

They brought back word from the (Syrian Christian) “horses’ mouth”, pleading for a stop to USA funding for these terrorists.

These leaders of the Christian faith in Aleppo begged for the US to stop funding terrorists in #Syria. They expressed that before international interventions (covert and overt) Syrians lived in peace without concern as to whether they were Christian, Muslim or Jew.

MAKE PEACE, NOT WAR!

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