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    The Littlest Terrorist Dies....we're Safe !

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    A hundred thousand words have been written of the glories and the sufferings of war and still men of wealth and perverse corrupted character order up the killing of the multitudes.

    All that war is about is in this one picture. A young man holds a shattered brown child of a desert land-the Littlest Terrorist. The family of this dying child was caught up in crossfire. The mother was killed, the father gravely wounded, a four year old shot in the eye and the baby in this soldier's arms, ripped with flying shrapnel. The father-was handcuffed (no innocence in war) unable to attend to his dying children. The anguish of compassion is seen in this soldier's face. Is he a father, teacher, farmer's son? Is he a reservist called from his community to kill strangers in a distant desert land for the hucksters and profiteers of war? For behind all the flag waving-marching bands-medals and send-offs in dress uniforms; war is about conquest-oppression-slaughter-shredding-annihilation and genocide-for dominion over another land-its people and resources. War is never about the deliverance or liberation of a people! War is faceless-mindless-and without conscience. It is diabolical power and insatiable greed that has the hollow soulless ones; in their bloodlust rampaging and destroying the whole of the earth.

    And so; the white man kills the red man-the yellow man-the black man-and the brown men of the world- generation after generation. As the poignant services go on in New York City, for those crushed in the ash of deceit and lies; no-one cries or knows the name of the littlest terrorist dying in the arms of her liberator. The soldiers in the background of this photo represent the indifference of the masses to the killing of the world's young. The desert speaks to the barrenness of men's souls ordered to kill for profit. Men are permitted to believe anything they want and to know nothing. Think on this.

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    War is hell im positive alot of troops that make it back will wish they never saw all the horror they saw in Iraq,

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    Though its sad, think about the number of people this war saved from Saddam, millions and millions. We have to act decisively on terrorists, think about the civilians and children killed in Beslan and else where. These children will not be forgotten!
    A grain of wheat eclipsed the sun of Adam !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    Though its sad, think about the number of people this war saved from Saddam, millions and millions. We have to act decisively on terrorists, think about the civilians and children killed in Beslan and else where. These children will not be forgotten!
    Hell yeah ... sad-damn had to go ... I am all for the demise of his evil empire ...

    its just that pictures like these .... move your heart ... if u are human ...

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    ^^^

    You're racist and full of idiocy. What profit did we get from Vietnam or Korea? What profit did we get from stopping the soviets or the nazi's???

    You dont understand war, you dont understand life.

    "white men killl...."

    So its all the white mans fault huh? What about the slaughter of white jews....white catholics, irish, italians, etc.

    War was not designed by "the white man" - and it isnt our goal to erradicate race. Only the most ignorant racist would believe that.

    Your make believe story of the soldier holding the baby is your way of using tradgedy for political gain. Its sickening. You should be ashamed of yourself.

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    Vietnam and South Korea are not comparable, as the methods and outcomes were different. South Koreans are probably thankful for American intervention. The Vietnamese are rightly pissed off that 3 million died for nothing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    think about the number of people this war saved from Saddam, millions and millions
    Don't exagerrate, Saddam is not responsible for the death of millions, nor was it likely that he would be in the future. There were/are countries with populations far worse off than Iraq, and are in dire need of more foreign aid and/or military intervention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by List
    Don't exagerrate, Saddam is not responsible for the death of millions, nor was it likely that he would be in the future. There were/are countries with populations far worse off than Iraq, and are in dire need of more foreign aid and/or military intervention.
    I didnt say Saddam was responsible for millions of dead, I said this war "saved" millions. And how are you so sure that it will not happen in the future??

    There are about 6 million Kurds in Iraq, Saddam already gassed 30,000 of them. Not to mention the number of other Iraqis killed by the Bath party members, and yeah, this doesnt include the number of Iranis/Iraqis/Kuwaitis killed in the Iran-Iraq war, Gulf war I and Gulf war 2.

    Just bcoz there are other countries who are in dire need of military intervention/foreign aid doesnt mean that the death of 30,000 kurds be ignored.
    A grain of wheat eclipsed the sun of Adam !!

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    and heck, no one knows whether the child in this picture is dead or alive!
    A grain of wheat eclipsed the sun of Adam !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by List
    The Vietnamese are rightly pissed off that 3 million died for nothing.
    According to Hanoi, they died uniting the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TruthSpeak
    ^^^

    You're racist and full of idiocy. What profit did we get from Vietnam or Korea? What profit did we get from stopping the soviets or the nazi's???

    You dont understand war, you dont understand life.

    "white men killl...."

    So its all the white mans fault huh? What about the slaughter of white jews....white catholics, irish, italians, etc.

    War was not designed by "the white man" - and it isnt our goal to erradicate race. Only the most ignorant racist would believe that.

    Your make believe story of the soldier holding the baby is your way of using tradgedy for political gain. Its sickening. You should be ashamed of yourself.
    you're barking up the wrong tree dude ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    I didnt say Saddam was responsible for millions of dead, I said this war "saved" millions. And how are you so sure that it will not happen in the future??

    There are about 6 million Kurds in Iraq, Saddam already gassed 30,000 of them. Not to mention the number of other Iraqis killed by the Bath party members, and yeah, this doesnt include the number of Iranis/Iraqis/Kuwaitis killed in the Iran-Iraq war, Gulf war I and Gulf war 2.

    Just bcoz there are other countries who are in dire need of military intervention/foreign aid doesnt mean that the death of 30,000 kurds be ignored.
    I'd say if you add up all the figures and include those Iraqis against him who were killed since he came to power ... it would be close to a million ....

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    Saddam was waging war on his own people, long before we got involved. The average age of an Iraqi is 19...
    No man is free until all men are free - John Hossack
    I agree completely with this Administrationís goal of a regime change in Iraq-John Kerry
    even if that enforcement is mostly at the hands of the United States, a right we retain even if the Security Council fails to act-John Kerry
    He may even miscalculate and slide these weapons off to terrorist groups to invite them to be a surrogate to use them against the United States. Itís the miscalculation that poses the greatest threat-John Kerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by visioninthedark
    I'd say if you add up all the figures and include those Iraqis against him who were killed since he came to power ... it would be close to a million ....
    Yet the UN and half the world choose to ignore that number ... its sick and sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisF202
    Yet the UN and half the world choose to ignore that number ... its sick and sad
    And the US refused to allow the UN to act on Rwanda. Let he without sin cast the first stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Officer of Engineers
    And the US refused to allow the UN to act on Rwanda. Let he without sin cast the first stone.
    Yep, and it's BS. I'm a sinner, but I'll still throw stones at anyone who deserves it.
    No man is free until all men are free - John Hossack
    I agree completely with this Administrationís goal of a regime change in Iraq-John Kerry
    even if that enforcement is mostly at the hands of the United States, a right we retain even if the Security Council fails to act-John Kerry
    He may even miscalculate and slide these weapons off to terrorist groups to invite them to be a surrogate to use them against the United States. Itís the miscalculation that poses the greatest threat-John Kerry

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