Wouldn't the most humanitarian thing to do for the US (after all, that's the case for the air strikes, right?) would be to help the refugees, give people the means to escape the country, and then provide sanctuary to them? And then Western charities could provide assistance until they are resettled?
Even if it were completed with the full awfulness, tax-funded arm of the government with corrupted money-soaked contracts to Halliburton and Blackwater and the MIC, you could at least see a humanitarian angle.
Just a thought - I'm just a guy on the internet.
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