Syria and Interventionism
Yeah so the Syrian government, having spent 40 000 lives over the past 2 years in avoiding being Gadafi'ed, has sarin bombs and appears willing to use them against their citizens;
Syria Chemical Weapons Readied For Use: Sarin Loaded Into Aerial Bombs Despite International Warnings
So many people advocate staying out of the messy affairs of other countries but one wonders whether stuff like this is an exception. So much suffering and it doesn't take much looking on the internet to see some mildly horrifying footage to get the picture. The government is quite literally bombing the bejesus out of its own citizens. I've heard mention of asylum in the US for the Assads but surely that window has passed them by.
So, should the UN security council intervene?