Those Rescued in Iraq: No Thanks, Little Cooperation

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    Fools. Now there is something in the following article that caught my eye, wonder what THAT is all about, in IRAQ?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/mai...25.xml&sSheet=/news/2006/03/25/ixnewstop.html
     
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    I`m just glad that NO ONE was injured or killed in rescuing these a-holes.

    Its the old, "no harm no foul" bull pucky........

    Just amazing to me, that these people can function in the "real world".

    Yep, the United States is the "bad guys", no doubt.

    If I could get my hands around these people necks, well, lets just say, it wouldn`t be pretty.

    Will they EVER understand, its nations like us, that allow for them to be who its is they are. Whatever in the fuck that might be. :dance:
     
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    Well i won't say I wish they were dead.
     
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    How about we just say that the next ones who go missing may not have a whole lot of people looking for them. No good deed ever goes unpunished.
     
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    :silence:
     
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    http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/....html?id=ec5eb049-0e69-45c1-93a3-1dbf7ac25836

     
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    No "seems to have merit" about it - it absolutely does.

    If the Peacemaker Teams feel that strongly against the military "occupiers" then they should tell the U.S. and all other forces NOT to rescue their people in the future.
     
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    Canadians have been in Iraq for some time, although the extent of which is not something I'm up to date on. I wouldn't go so far as to say they are there in any number, but there nonetheless.

    In any case, I think the entire thing is really bizzare. If one of them hadn't been killed in the very beginning, I would say the entire thing was staged. No one gave a crap about what they were up to in the beginning, which is even funnier in light of all the prison toruture allegations.
     
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    Thanks, it took me by surprise. I know Canada was seriously against Iraq invasion.
     
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    Everything about those hostages is fishy. There was no word from them (at least publiclly, in the media) for months, then all of a sudden they've been rescued. All kinds of rumours, mainly to do with them saying things like if they were kidnapped, they didn't want to be resuced by coalition forces. None of it may be true, but, when looking at the situation, without all the speculation, it's still a bit off, IMHO.
     

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