FALLUJAH murder pictures...GRAPHIC(democrats and whiney-assed liberals beware)

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    http://www.homestead.com/prosites-prs/pictures033104.html


    Why do the US newsgroups hide reality from US citizens? Are they afraid that we will see what really happens in the world and upset the poor, sensitive, Democratic morons that would prefer we stay disjointed as a nation? Are they afraid we might start forming different opinions about things? The rest of the world is not "sheltered", why are we?

    While we are in Iraq, having freed them from a dictator, one would think that the people would want to do all they could to assit us in setting up their country. When an atrocity like this happens, one would think that maybe the local poplulace would assist in the capture of the perpetrators, but the following quote seems to say otherwise.

    ""Muslims must not denounce other Muslims," militant Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad told the British Broadcasting Corporation. "Cooperation with the authorities against other Muslims, that is an act of apostasy."

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/upi-breaking/20040401-042817-2005r.htm

    So, since we cannot expect any help from the locals, maybe we need to escalate our tactics.

    I think such acts might make us want to follow Gen Blackjack Pershing's policy of giving every terrorist a free burial, along with a pig carcass to keep him company in the hereafter!!!
     
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    See... this is where I differ from the norm. Civilian casualties, my ass. Bomb the hell outta that entire city.

    Kill 'em all, and let Allah sort them out.
     
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    You are NOT being very sensitive to their cultural need to "kill the infidel" m'lady!!!!! John Kerry and the rest of the tear-jerking democraps would not like that attitude; you are NOT being politically correct.
     
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    Politically correct, my ass.

    I let them off easy. Normally I would wish for a strategically placed nuke and to hell with the entire country, but I'm too worried about the fallout. THAT would be a good day.

    A GREAT day would be for John Kerry and Ted Kennedy to be visiting Iraq when it hit.

    :D
     
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    And, as a quick P.S., my only wish is WHEN we handle this situation, I hope to hell someone takes pictures of there burned out scorched bodies hanging from the same damn bridge.
     
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    We maintain a psychological warfare section of the U.S. Army, why can't they just make sure pictures are distributed all over Iraq showing terrorists being buried with a pig?

    Because it is not politically correct and would be culturally insensitive...BullSh*t!!!!! We weren't being culturally sensitive when we killed 70,000 civilians at Hiroshima or politically correct when we fire-bombed 100,000 civilians to death at Dresden.

    This isn't a kid's game of marbles, it's war. Play it hard and play it for keeps.
     
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    it's really kind of amazing to listen to this past age old philosphy in current motion. a perpetuation of an imposed violence, and one of quesitonable intent. given the circumstances, you can't really be suprised by something as horrific as this to happen? you don't even see our guys being blown to bits on a practically everyday basis!

    this immense sudden hatred from the (mostly) war proponents is invariably telling about true intent of the occupation of iraq. i support a stronger international prescence in iraq for the greater of all the HUMANS in the area.

    face it, our troops spend most of their time around the bases, largely due to the threat of agression! without a larger international presence and a saturation of the area with MORE prospecting contractors, and more emphasis on really rebuilding the country, this situation will continue into a tailspin as many predicted.

    i'm not sure how we can do that or if it's even possible, but to assimilate a region you need to saturate it. with such a scant effort of mostly US troops, it's unlikely anything we hope for would take hold.

    but I AM SURE where your hatred will get you. NOWHERE.
     
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    "i support a stronger international prescence in iraq for the greater of all the HUMANS in the area." (quote spillmind)

    And I say, we have given them their freedom so we should do one of two things:
    1) Assist them with recreating their infrastructure so they may do something with it, in exchange for cheap oil for us.

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    2) Pull out and let them fend for themselves. If they do not care enough to maintain their freedom, they do not deserve it.
     
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    An influential Shiite Muslim cleric whose newspaper was shuttered for printing inflammatory articles called Friday for his followers to strike back at officials and appointees of the U.S.-led occupation authority.




    "I and my followers of the believers have come under attack from the occupiers, imperialism and the appointees," Moqtada Sadr said in a sermon in the southern town of Kufa, outside the holy city of Najaf. "Be on the utmost readiness, and strike them where you meet them."

    On Friday evening, clashes erupted....



    Speaks for itself.
     
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    my bad. The above was not referenced. It is from today's Washington Post available online at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A46467-2004Apr2.html
     

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