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What does KM stand for?

KM stands for Killing Machine (short movie)

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DAMASCUS, (SANA) - "Syria Rebels Train Killing Machine Teenagers" a title for a report by the Agence France-Presse (AFP) on the armed terrorist groups in Syria using children in their killing operations and battles on the Syrian ground.
I Look At My Cat I look at my cat, what do I see, A most beautiful creature looking at me, He is I know, a mean killing machine, Of any one thing, smaller than he, He brings it in, to lie at my feet, A present giving to me, it is his treat, This I like not, in any sort of way, But this instinct to kill, is with him to stay, Knowing no different yet he has a brain, Well fed and loved but kills just the same, No different from us really, though his coat is of fur, But of the essence of nature and her predator lure, We all have our battles to sort out in life, Many, in the mind, giving us much strife, But we can only do what we think is right, Believing or hoping we are in God's sight.
From here, if the international community does not want to take a military position, or impose buffer zones or humanitarian corridors on Syrian territory in order to provide safe zones to protect Syrian military defectors, as well as Syrian political symbols who may want to defect, by establishing -- in other words -- a Syrian Benghazi, then they -- as well as the Arabs -- must take a serious position toward Russia in order to stop its support of the tyrant of Damascus and his killing machine.
The statement said that the GCC countries - Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain - "confirm [our] commitment to the security, stability and unity of Syria, but at the same time, [we] articulate [our] deep concern at the continued bloodshed in Syria, the increase in acts of violence, and the use of the military apparatus, and [we] demand an immediate stop to the killing machine .