Sand creek, ft. Pillow, dresden, gaddafi, hiroshima, shock & awe & 10/22/12

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    SAND CREEK, FT. PILLOW, DRESDEN, GADDAFI, HIROSHIMA, SHOCK & AWE & 10/22/3012
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    When, during the coming Presidential foreign policy debate
    one of cour two
    recognized
    presidential candidates accuses another country, group or person of terror,
    will there be an effort upon the part of the candidates
    to determine the existence and the degree of the terror based on
    comparisons of the act
    with Sand Creek, or Black Kettle or Wounded knee,
    or Ft. Pillow or Lawrence, Kansas,
    or Dresden or Tokyo,
    or the hanging of Sadam and the death by torture of Gaddafi,
    or Nagasaki or Hiroshima
    or Libya or Shock & Awe
    or our banned or should-be-banned artillery practices and polices,
    or our attacks on weddings and funerals,
    or just casual massacres of people guilty of living in their own homes,
    or our use of drones to kill near indiscriminately,
    or our pissing on the dead
    or acts of rape and gang rape and shooting of innocent and unarmed civilians,
    or what happened to Pat Tillman and why,
    or our charitable giving to our Indian population of clothing that had been worn by our own smallpox victims,
    and our use of cluster bombs,
    our starving of civilians
    our causing the deformity of thousands of children,
    our planting of hundreds of thousands of mines,
    our defense of Israel's atrocities aganst its neighbors,
    our use of gunships to kill unidentified civilians, some engaged in humane activities,
    our condoning of Sabra and Shatila, etc.,
    our rape, beatings, castrating, gutting, hanging, burning, etc of Black Americans, etc.

    Shouldn't we compare the acts of terror of others to those of our own so that we can better judge both their acts and our own.

    And should we have stifled in their cradles the several official investigations commenced right after 9/11.

    Are we living in America?

    Is this 1984?


    SHOCKLEY
     

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