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    http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/...253505,00.html


    http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/....main/index.ht ml


    According to reports 18 kids have been blown up by a car bomb while playing football in Ramadi in Iraq. A lot of terrible terrible things have happened in that God forsaken country but this must be near the top of the listwhen it comes to the awfulness ofoutrages.

    #2
    Sadly blackadder one of the definitions of war is the innocent and defenceless suffer the most.
    Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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      #3
      It isn't a war though. It's an illegal invasion of another country. It doesn't have popular support in Britain and as far as I am aware, it's a similar story in the U.S.
      There are only two roads, victory for the working class, freedom, or victory for the fascists which means tyranny. Both combatants know what\'s in store for the loser.

      Buenaventura Durruti

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        #4
        Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.
        Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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          #5

          Originally posted by blackadder

          http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/...253505,00.html


          http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/....main/index.ht ml


          According to reports 18 kids have been blown up by a car bomb while playing football in Ramadi in Iraq. A lot of terrible terrible things have happened in that God forsaken country but this must be near the top of the listwhen it comes to the awfulness ofoutrages.
          After Beslan, don't assume anything is beyond these scum.

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            #6


            Originally posted by McCloud
            Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




            Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.
            There are only two roads, victory for the working class, freedom, or victory for the fascists which means tyranny. Both combatants know what\'s in store for the loser.

            Buenaventura Durruti

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              #7
              You mean it wasn't about WMD[img]smileys/shock.gif[/img][img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
              Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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                #8
                Originally posted by Ronnie


                Originally posted by McCloud
                Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




                Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.


                Which laws did it break again?


                As for cheap petrol, the EU and Japan are far more dependent on ME oil than the US - surely it would have been cheaper to buy the oil from Saddam? Or better yet, invade Canada and Mexico?
                \"This year is different because this year they won\'t beat snow off a rope. They\'ll revert back to type and get 6 shades of s**t bate out of them in the group stages of the HEC ...\" Tobyglen 21 Sept 2010

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Combatlogo
                  Originally posted by Ronnie


                  Originally posted by McCloud
                  Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




                  Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.


                  Which laws did it break again?


                  As for cheap petrol, the EU and Japan are far more dependent on ME oil than the US - surely it would have been cheaper to buy the oil from Saddam? Or better yet, invade Canada and Mexico?


                  [img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]
                  The only difference between me and a madman is that I'm not mad.
                  - Salvador Dali (1904-1989)

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Combatlogo
                    Originally posted by Ronnie


                    Originally posted by McCloud
                    Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




                    Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.


                    Which laws did it break again?


                    As for cheap petrol, the EU and Japan are far more dependent on ME oil than the US - surely it would have been cheaper to buy the oil from Saddam? Or better yet, invade Canada and Mexico?





                    There you go Bush's sidekick:


                    http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story...089158,00.html





                    It is illegal in the light of the Nuremburg principles under which the Nazi leaders were tried. Of course it's also immoral. Hans Blix stated Iraq had been more open to his teams inspections as time went by and that he could see no reason for the invasion, which by the way had begun being planned for in June 2002. The decision was made by the U.S on September 13 2001.
                    There are only two roads, victory for the working class, freedom, or victory for the fascists which means tyranny. Both combatants know what\'s in store for the loser.

                    Buenaventura Durruti

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                      #11


                      Originally posted by Combatlogo


                      .....


                      Which laws did it break again? - US and agreed international practice.


                      ......


                      It is illegal (evenin US)to use falsehoods to invade a sovereign state (as Iraq was).


                      You don't seem to have a great memory C L. Bush has tried to shift the focus by sacking one guy. He has already admitted lying to Congress (but of course is blaming someone else there...). If you were based in USA you'd probably know how popular George W. is......NOT!


                      The agents of the US are being charged in another (NATO) country for violating that country's laws. Are you even aware which one?

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                        #12

                        Originally posted by Ronnie
                        Originally posted by Combatlogo
                        Originally posted by Ronnie


                        Originally posted by McCloud
                        Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




                        Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.


                        Which laws did it break again?


                        As for cheap petrol, the EU and Japan are far more dependent on ME oil than the US - surely it would have been cheaper to buy the oil from Saddam? Or better yet, invade Canada and Mexico?





                        There you go Bush's sidekick:


                        http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story...089158,00.html





                        It is illegal in the light of the Nuremburg principles under which the Nazi leaders were tried. Of course it's also immoral. Hans Blix stated Iraq had been more open to his teams inspections as time went by and that he could see no reason for the invasion, which by the way had begun being planned for in June 2002. The decision was made by the U.S on September 13 2001.

                        You're citing the Guardian old boy.

                        Wait a minute while I go get a Foxnews source [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img][img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]

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                          #13


                          The British and American Governments have a very long history of interfering in the affairs of other countries to suit their own ends. In my own lifetime there was Viet Nam in which Wilson did everythingexcept send in British troops (except the S.A.S who were in from 1963 teaching the Yanks what the British had learned in Malaya), the Yemen, Iraq from the 1950's onward, Iran from the 1950's onward, Yugoslavia, Guiana in the early 60's, Indonesia,and of course, installing a fascist government in Chile. They've voted in tandem in the U.N. on many ocassions to help big business interests in countries they believe should be 'stabilised' (code for getting rid of anyone who might rock the boat and look after the interests of their own people). Both governments are as bent as a nine bob note in a Yorkshire referees back pocket.
                          There are only two roads, victory for the working class, freedom, or victory for the fascists which means tyranny. Both combatants know what\'s in store for the loser.

                          Buenaventura Durruti

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                            #14

                            Originally posted by Combatlogo
                            Originally posted by Ronnie


                            Originally posted by McCloud
                            Agree about the illegal invasion etc., however thanks to that it now looks like it is turning into a civil war with the Americans driving around in their humvee's hoping not to be hit by a roadside bomb.




                            Well, they'll have plenty of cheap petrol to do it in. And don't forget, that's what this whole debacle is about.


                            Which laws did it break again?


                            As for cheap petrol, the EU and Japan are far more dependent on ME oil than the US - surely it would have been cheaper to buy the oil from Saddam? Or better yet, invade Canada and Mexico?
                            Begone with your logic Bush Foot-soldier.

                            Drilling in ANWR and off the gulf coast would be way harder than thousands of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars

                            Remember : Bush stole the election. Cheney got Haliburton a fat contract and the middle East was like any peaceful Village in West Galway with its agrarian culture selling olive oil and pitta bread

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                              #15

                              Originally posted by Ronnie

                              The British and American Governments have a very long history of interfering in the affairs of other countries to suit their own ends. In my own lifetime there was Viet Nam in which Wilson did everythingexcept send in British troops (except the S.A.S who were in from 1963 teaching the Yanks what the British had learned in Malaya), the Yemen, Iraq from the 1950's onward, Iran from the 1950's onward, Yugoslavia, Guiana in the early 60's, Indonesia,and of course, installing a fascist government in Chile. They've voted in tandem in the U.N. on many ocassions to help big business interests in countries they believe should be 'stabilised' (code for getting rid of anyone who might rock the boat and look after the interests of their own people). Both governments are as bent as a nine bob note in a Yorkshire referees back pocket.

                              Meanwhile Communism and Islamic Radicals have always remained peacefuly within there own borders and lived in harmony and tolerance with all others.

                              America and western society are the only real bad people in the world.


                              OOPs forgot about "The Joooooooooooooooooooos"

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