I don't usually post about political issues on this blog - not because I'm not interested, or because I don't read up on it, but because I don't like to start internet debates that encourage angry commenting frenzies. Today, however, I've decided to join the many other bloggers and journalists to speak out about the tipping point - the recent atrocities in Syria.
49 of the innocent people slaughtered were children. Helpless, defenceless children. I don't want to reproduce the events here, so to read further details, the Times has put the article outside the paywall for today, June 1st - the day when bloggers all over the world have united to speak out against the violence and horrors.
Don't just speak out, shout out.