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We Now Sanction What We Once Condemned

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posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 09:15 AM
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Take a look at this picture put out by the U.S. Government back in the 1940's. It depicts the evil of the Nazis. Funny how it's strikingly similar to those shots of ours from Abu Ghraib.


God Bless the USA.. Yeah right.



We sanction what we used to condemn
By Bob Cesca
The image to right is a propaganda poster issued by the U.S. government in 1942 (National Archives page) to publicize the realities of Nazi brutality.
www.realitybasednation.com...




posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 09:19 AM
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Nice find, ECK. A picture's worth a thousand words, eh?



posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 09:52 AM
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Yep.

I'd like to hear what all the clueless Bush supporters out there have to say about this. It's kind of hard to defend this kind of sheer hypocrisy. Nazis are nazis. And Nazis are now running the United States of America.



posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 01:00 PM
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Not much chatter on this subject, I see.


It's true; you can't defend the indefensible.



posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 09:45 PM
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But Bush was put in power by god, Hitler wasn't. Also, we are right, we are going into the middle east and freeing the people, either by killing them or by putting one of our godly presidents freinds in power.

Anyways, I am not a Bush baby, so I don't believe in that.



posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 09:29 AM
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Originally posted by James the Lesser
But Bush was put in power by god, Hitler wasn't


Oh, but JtL, he too claimed to be a good Christian.
And the sheep fell for it. Turned out, he was just a self delusional, criminally insane tool of the banking interests. Sound familiar?



posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 09:45 AM
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Originally posted by EastCoastKid Turned out, he was just a self delusional, criminally insane tool of the banking interests. Sound familiar?


I so enjoy your posts, EastCoastKid.



posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by GirlinGray
I so enjoy your posts, EastCoastKid.


Why thank, you G2.
I just hope some folks out there will see the light of truth.



posted on Feb, 4 2005 @ 06:23 PM
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Funny how more and more the Bush regime starts to look like pre Hitler era.

Nice find ECK, and I agree with James the Lesser, Bush was put in power by a higher call, not like Hitler.


Plus Hitler was a genius, Bush gets his advise from god himself.



posted on Feb, 4 2005 @ 11:18 PM
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Yes. The Bush regime looked like Hitler -- several years ago.

Now Bush has outstripped Hitler. Now, Bush is doing the Stalin thing.



*Edited for freaking spelling, that is so wrong.

[edit on 4-2-2005 by GirlinGray]



posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 01:10 AM
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Also, Hitler was elected by the people, something Bush couldn't say for 4 years. How sad is that? A man who is thee evil of evil was elected by the people, while the new evil of evil wasn't, until the second time. And yes, if only Hitler's brain had been used for good, Einstein of politics, both jews, both from Germany.



posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 02:18 PM
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Does anybody realize that what happened in Iraq was not sanctioned? It was a bunch of bored US soldiers looking to amuse themselves.

It is a nice touch though, comparing Bush to the Nazis. How ridiculous are things going to get? Anybody see mass murders going on? Any genocide happening? Kepp the Nazi parrallel to yourself until it is needed.

This thread was dead before it began, making obscure references to Nazi propaganda, and how similar Bush's "regime" is... pure crap.

You don't have to be a bush supporter to recognize the childishness of those who hate him.

Hitler was a genius... anybody willing to bestow that title upon Bush... then shut up.



posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 03:43 PM
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Rain King hit it on the nose.

Government Policy vs. Soldiers' Actions.

The final solution was a government policy.

The Abu Ghraib scandal was not a government policy.

Apples and oranges, people. Apples and oranges.



posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 06:28 PM
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It don't surprise me non the Bush family wealth is based on Nazi connections:
Bush Nazis
www.rense.com...

Bush Nazi relation is real and drives Bush's decisions.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's father was a stormtrooper

www.usatoday.com...

and he can't denounce Kurt Waldheim:

slate.msn.com...

Bush has redefined a couple of sayings :

"I may not agree with what you say , but I will have Iraqis killed for your right to say only Republican-think phrases."

"I have lived a long time and 2 things are clear to me:
1.) There is a God.
2.) He would agree with everything I say."

Bode Bliss






[edit on 2/5/2005 by bodebliss]



posted on Feb, 6 2005 @ 01:21 AM
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"I may not agree with what you say , but I will have Iraqis killed for your right to say only Republican-think phrases." That is great. New sig line!



posted on Feb, 6 2005 @ 02:30 PM
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"...Have Iraqis killed for your right to say..". I highly doubt that that was a real Bush quote. Anyway, I guess I'll bite. Here it goes again, another rediculous anti-Bush post, and when Republicans feel like keeping their dignity instead of responding to inane threads, you people say it's indefensible. Like someone said in a previous post, the final solution was a government action, Abhu grahab was not. Our government can't control every single thing that their soldiers do. These individual soldiers did idiotic things, and our government PUNISHED them for it. Hitler rewarded his soldiers for what they did. Is there something you people don't understand?

Marg,
I would particularly like a response from you.


[edit on 6-2-2005 by Herman]



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 09:19 AM
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Originally posted by Rain King
Does anybody realize that what happened in Iraq was not sanctioned?


What part of Iraq would that be? Torture? If so, yes grasshoppa.. it was systemic, sanctioned from the top of the chain of command. Not familiar with that?


Anybody see mass murders going on? Any genocide happening?


Open your eyes. If you did, you would see the mass murder of innocent Iraqis. But then again, to Bushfanz, they are not human. They are dirty AyeRabs who should be taken out by God's soldiers..


As a Christian, I have to say, our nation is in for some serious judgement (from God) one day soon. Look at what we do in His name.. It's abominable. We, like every other despotic nation, will pay an incalculable price for the crimes our government/military has committed against humanity.


You don't have to be a bush supporter to recognize the childishness of those who hate him.


Childishness? Look whose talking. I guess it is easier to be brainwashed, braindead and blinde. Guess its much easier to sleep at night, eh?



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 09:52 AM
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More on the right's sociopathic double standards and ways of dealing with the loyal opposition..



United States
United States Divided: How much do some Pro-Bush crazies hate those who oppose the war?
By Dave Zirin
Feb 4, 2005, 23:04




February 3, 2005

New Republic Writer Calls For Anti-Bush Left-Wingers To Be Killed

The words "libelous" and 'the New Republic" have a proud history of walking arm-in-arm. Now, in the esteemed tradition of [former TNR writer who peddled fiction as fact] Stephen Glass, The New Republic has stooped to a new low, publishing a piece that calls for violence, torture, and even death for leading leftists who dare oppose Bush's war on terror and the slaughter in Iraq.

Author Tom Frank -- clearly from the Glass School of Journalism the New Republic has made famous -- described sitting in on an anti-war panel sponsored by the International Socialist Organization, the Washington Peace Center, the DC Anti-War Network and other groups.

After having heard the 100 plus attendees cheer sentiments like "Money for Jobs and Education Not For War and Occupation," Frank became so riled up, he unloaded a deranged harangue about the suffering he would like to rain upon people daring to organize against this war. After Stan Goff, a former Delta Forces soldier and current organizer for Military Families Speak Out, expressed sentiments like "We ain't never resolved nothing through an election," Frank's jag began. Clearly too doughy to do it himself, Frank started to fantasize about a Teutonic strongman who could shut Goff up.

Frank writes, "What I needed was a Republican like Arnold [Schwarzenegger] who would walk up to [Goff] and punch him in the face."
www.axisoflogic.com...




The Right has a License to Write Anything
Ward Churchill and the Mad Dogs
By ALEXANDER COCKBURN

When it comes to left and right, meaning the respective voices of sanity and dementia, we're meant to keep two sets of books.

Start with sanity, in the form of Ward Churchill, a tenured prof at the University of Colorado. Churchill is known nationally as a fiery historian and writer, particularly on Indian matters. Back in 2001, after 9/11, Churchill wrote an essay called "Some People Push Back", making the simple point, in his words, that "if U.S. foreign policy results in widespread death and destruction abroad, we cannot feign innocence when some of that destruction is returned."

That piece was developed into a book, On the Justice of Roosting Chickens. On the matter of those killed in the 9/11 attacks, Churchill wrote recently, "It is not disputed that the Pentagon was a military target, or that a CIA office was situated in the World Trade Center. Following the logic by which U.S. Defense Department spokespersons have consistently sought to justify target selection in places like Baghdad 1991 this placement of an element of the American 'command and control infrastructure' in an ostensibly civilian facility converted the Trade Center itself into a 'legitimate' target."

At this point Churchill could have specifically mentioned the infamous bombing of the Amariya civilian shelter in Baghdad in January, 1991, with 400 deaths, almost all women and children, all subsequently identified and named by the Iraqis. To this day the US government says it was an OK target.
www.counterpunch.org...



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 02:14 PM
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Originally posted by EastCoastKid
What part of Iraq would that be? Torture? If so, yes grasshoppa.. it was systemic, sanctioned from the top of the chain of command. Not familiar with that?


No, you're either doging the issues, or just plain wrong. The "torture" (If you could even call it that) that was done to those Iraqi's at Abhu Grahab was not ordered by Bush or his top-officials. It was just these individual soldiers who decided to do something stupid. They were PUNISHED for it by our government. I'm not saying that what they did was right, but what do you say to the terrorists cutting off worker's heads ON CAMERA WHILE THEY'RE ALIVE??



Open your eyes. If you did, you would see the mass murder of innocent Iraqis. But then again, to Bushfanz, they are not human. They are dirty AyeRabs who should be taken out by God's soldiers..


It's called a war. The terrorists that are fighting against us in this war are dieing while they're trying to KILL our soldiers. Deaths of soldiers in war is not genocide. Oh, and congrats on that outrageously biggotted and ignorant statement about "Bushfanz". Gotta love it.



You don't have to be a bush supporter to recognize the childishness of those who hate him.


Childishness? Look whose talking. I guess it is easier to be brainwashed, braindead and blinde. Guess its much easier to sleep at night, eh?


So, basically, your response to him calling you childish was to make another childish statement?

[edit on 7-2-2005 by Herman]



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 02:21 PM
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"The "torture" (If you could even call it that)" Herman

Herman? It wasn't torture? Stripped naked and beaten isn't torture? Humiliated by US troops isn't torture? WTF? Only a Bush Baby could think that. What, do you think they enjoyed having US troops stomp on their balls?



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