Revolution 2.0: The Best Memes Protesting Obama’s Plan to Strike Syria

Though polls show a rise in support for military intervention in the war-torn country, much of America remains against it.
Sep 2, 2013· 1 MIN READ
A Bay Area native, Andri Antoniades has previously worked as a fashion industry journalist and a medical writer.

On Saturday, President Obama announced his decision to seek congressional approval to instigate limited military action in Syria.

According to a recent Reuters poll, most Americans still oppose his plan, and as expected, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr have already spawned a new generation of anti-Obama and anti-war memes.

It's an inescapable truth that what's happening right now to Syria's people is nothing less than an atrocity. But the questions being raised about U.S. military involvement there are specifically about the type of help the president is offering. What will U.S. bombs fix? Whose agenda will they really serve? And who among Syria's civilian population will they really help?

Social media users are asking those same questions. As a result, below are some of the most powerful memes currently making the Internet rounds.