Thursday, October 27, 2005

Iraq : Must watch flash presentation

Demand the truth



Blogger G_in_AL said...

H, I have a academic question for you:

Repeated pictures of dead people, especially with their obviously upset loved ones will tug at anyone's heart. That it what is intended.

Why is it, according to that Flash show, 71 troops since May, and 45 Civilians in the bloodies week of the entire war, (of which, some may include insurgents), have died, so we point to Bush and say for a lie.

Yet hundreds are dying every day in places like Darfur. Countless "unauthorized" babies are killed, as they emerge from the womb of Chinese women, earthquakes in Pakistan have killed more people than the entire Iraqi death toll for the past two years.... and no Flash presentations. No fingers pointed. No "Liers" called out.

Demand the Truth? I think it should read: "Demand Politics".

I am increasingly getting frustrated with the "pick and choose" sensibilities of anti-American "world community", and the liberal American left.

This has nothing to do with remorse for the soldiers, or the Iraqis... unless of course suddenly the "world" cares more about Iraqi people than about any other nation on earth.

More American soldiers die every day from training accidents and car wrecks than do in Iraq... yet that is the "human catastrophey" that we should suddenly condemn Bush for?


October 27, 2005 5:56 pm  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

Somalia (1991 et seq.):
350,000 by end of 1992; 1M total to 1999

Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-95):

Iraq (1990-):
as of 6 Aug. 1999-UN: 1M excess deaths

Kurdistan (1980s, 1990s):
300,000 (1983-87)
200,000 (1986-1991)

Human Rights Watch: "twenty-five years of Ba`th Party rule ... murdered or 'disappeared' some quarter of a million Iraqis

Angola (1975-2002): 550,000

East Timor, Conquest by Indonesia (1975-99): 200,000

Vietnam, post-war Communist regime (1975 et seq.): 430,000

Reported Civilian Deaths, maximum number: 30,098, and at most, only a quarter of those are from the US military.

Perspective H... perspective reveals it all as partisan hack attempts for political agendas.


October 27, 2005 6:08 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

the number is between30,000 and 120,000 by the lancelot study that everyone accepts as the fairest count to date

but isnt 1 to many for a lie ?

October 27, 2005 7:09 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

btw your own press are as guilty on dafur

the lie is the reason for being in iraq

now just think how popular the US would be if they had sent the troops there instead

I just watched a very touching clip G that so much prooves my point

I am watching US helicopters droping US food aid to the people in Kashmir

you will not find many places on earth that you are hated then paksitan/kashmir and india

these guys all hate you , and your feeding them

trust me , that single act of kindness will do more to stop the next generation of terrorists then any of this bullshit in Iraq ever could

October 27, 2005 7:13 pm  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

no it wont H. We have being doing "single acts of kindess" for the last 50 years. It has gotten us nothing but resentment for what we have, and greed for more of it to be given out.

Remember the post I did about Pakistan being "outragged" by how much aid we were sending? Those shits feel entitled to what we own.

October 28, 2005 6:01 pm  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

and even at worst case... the numbers (and what the hell is the 90,000 cushion there?) of dead are less than the Bosnia war... which had UN approval.

This is fucking politics... it always is. The whole "sick fuck", and "terrorist" bullshit is a smoke screen and excuse to exersise a political agenda.

If even 1 life is too many for a lie... how about the lie that genocide isnt happening in Darfur?

How about the lie that Somalia was our problem?

How about the lie about what was going on in Bosnia? (radical Muslims were on the attack, and Salami Milosavich was defending his people). Granted, he went about it the wrong way, but it was portrayed, falsely, as Milosavich just being a brutal dicator.

What about the lie of why Iraq invaded Kuwait?

See H, there are lies everywhere, and just because the UN sanctions a lie... it doesnt suddenly become "not-a-lie" or moral in anyway.

This is politics. If Germany, France, and Russia wouldnt have had so much money tied up in Saddam, and so much dirty laundry, they never would have vetoed the move for war... then it would have been UN sanctioned..

Would that have made it suddenly moral? Would that mean that Bush was not a "sick fuck"?

Nope, it would have just meant the the war was just as avantagous to the EU countries as it was to the US>

There is the big lie... not the "WMD" bullshit political line that is being thrown around.

October 28, 2005 6:09 pm  

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