You aren’t supposed to ask questions about today’s alleged Chemical Weapons attacks in Syria.

That’s according to Krystyan Benedict, Amnesty International UK’s MENA campaigns manager. An exchange from Twitter:

He then proceeds to tweet and retweet various things praising the response of the UK FCO:

So, then, a quick guide on how to respond to the news of these alleged attacks, brought to you by Amnesty International UK’s MENA campaigns manager:

Don’t ask what are eminently reasonable questions – given we are in the midst of a propaganda war – about the timing of the alleged attacks, because that’s insensitive to the victims.

Do retweet UK FCO (who constitute one side in the conflict, and have form for fabricating and exaggerating WMD threats to drum up support for war) propaganda and politicking in response to the alleged attacks.

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