Friday, February 18, 2005


It was for freedom, for democracy, or so they told us. Grim and inhumane when countless innocent children die. Just as inhumane as Hussein. Those innocents who died, were they just collateral damage? If this photo offends you, it should, for we talk and talk and talk, but until we really see, it's just a war (except for the soldiers fighting, dying), far away from us.

10 Comments:

Blogger Billy said...

it's always the innocents that suffer in war. war is always hell and nothing beside.

10:40 PM  
Blogger KL said...

War doesn't solve anything other than creating havoc, for both civilians and soldiers. Otherwise, the world was going to be a better place because we have already fought so many wars throughout our histories.

You have a nice blog. Linked it, and will visit often :)

3:11 AM  
Anonymous anna. said...

you're absolutely right. idiocy is the word, when one nation's leader wages war on another simply because he didn't get to play soldier enough as a kid.

6:38 AM  
Blogger Irish John said...

Sure, apart from ending slavery, fascism, nazism and commumism, War NEVER solved ANYTHING.

Yeah, why should we worry about what Saddam was doing? He was only killing his own people, that isn't our business, right?

If it wasn't for War, we would still be slaves to "the crown", Most of Europe would be speaking German, and many more countless "innocents" would die with no positive future in sight.

The anti-war crowd love to flash those sort of pictures, but automatically assume it was caused by allied soldiers. Did it ever cross your mind that the vast majority of attacks and suicide attacks that kill civilians are carried out by the terrorists? Of course not... because that would disprove their cute little conspiricy theories.

6:13 PM  
Blogger Gary B said...

Yeah, right. Saddamm Hussein was killing his own people at the rate of about 3300 a month for 20 years, but to your mind we are "just as bad." That kind of reasoning is so ridiculous it almost defies comment.

Comfort yourself with the thought that Link2Blogs got me hear to talk some sense into you.

1:29 AM  
Blogger Gary B said...

Yeah, right. Saddam Hussein was killing his own people at the rate of over 3000 a month for 20 years, but in your mind we are "just as bad."

That kind of reasoning is so ridiculous it almost defies comment.

Comfort yourself with the thought that Link2Blogs got me hear to talk some sense into you.

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