Monday, July 28, 2008

Concerning The Rumor About Powell And McBush

deliberately lying us into Iraq invasion and occupation

key player in the My Lai massacre covrup

murdered tens of thousands retreating soldiers


Anonymous Anonymous said...

that pictures on the bottom is breathtaking...

28/7/08 9:58 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

It was a slaughter, a turkey shoot. Our brave pilots mass murdered tens of thousands.
The line stretched for 60 miles. The front and rear were bombed and disabled, and the column was attacked for hours.
It was a one sided massacre that the war criminals proceeded to cover up with lies. Powell and company simply wanted to kill as many Iraqis as possible.

29/7/08 5:20 AM  
Blogger Mad_Tinfoil_Hatter said...

What made the atrocity of the First Persian Gulf War all the worse is that our airhead ambassador to Iraq at the time of the war, April Gilespie, told Saddam that it would be A-OK with Uncle Sam if he invaded Kuwait.

Also, the teary-eyed testimonials of Kuwaiti women complaining of rapage and babies tossed from incubators - which were used as justification for our attack on Iraq - have long since been proven to be a total fraud engineered by a Washington PR firm. Bush Sr. knew all along it was bogus, but went to war anyway. Like father, like son.

29/7/08 5:33 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Yup, the Hill and Knowlton baby incubator scam with the ambassador's daughter pretending to be a nurse.
If Powell ever gets picked by the repugs he should have to wear this shit around his neck like an albatross.

29/7/08 7:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When an enemy is retreating it does not mean he surrenders. It means they're retreating to another area to regroup and put up a fight somewhere else. There's nothing wrong with killing your enemy when retreating but it is wrong to kill them if they officially surrender. All those troops in all those vehicles could have regrouped somewhere else and killed more of our soldiers.

12/3/12 7:31 AM  

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