posted on Apr, 9 2007 @ 12:18 AM
Consider the fact that our troops murdered over half a million innocent Iraqi civilians while lost themselves in comparison only 3K+ dead.
It is hard to be a US soldier today but it is still harder to be an Iraqi civillian. Moreover, many US soldiers have a choice: they have a contract
that they can either terminate or at least not to extend when it expires. Iraqies do not have a choice but to stay in a mess that we created for
Why do I say this? Becasue it concerns me when I see our political leaders of both parties and average Americans being so deeply concerned with the
loss of US soldiers but they never really care or talk of what happens to people in Iraq. Like they are not even people over there. Like, we,
Americans, are better human beings who worth more.
I feel that when I say that I support our troops and stand in line with the majority of our nation which are essentially self-centered cowards.
God cannot possibly be on our side in this war. In fact, there is no war, we are the only enemy in Iraq. Saddam did not do as much damange in his
whole life as we did in 3 years. We mass-murdered, destroyed the infrastructure on all levels, initiated the civil war. I bet most Iraqies would
choose living with Saddam to having their country being fallen apart and controlled by US politically and economically.
Occasionally, I wonder why these so EXTRA nice to each other American Christians and their priests who deeply care for US troops never consider to
send some help to those kids in Iraq whose parents were killed by our soldiers. That happens almost daily. You know what these nice people respond to
that sort of question? "War is horrible, it has civillian casualties" or something along that line.
I am all for supporting our troops but I do have a problem with these Americans who carry on this slogan, because they appear to clearly think that
they are a superior race of some sort.
Now, I am not saying that all Americans who support the troops are that way. Many have children, relatives and friends over there... but many do not.
When I hear a story about a hardship of Amrican family having a son in Iraq, I want to tell another story of, 5 kids left alone for life because their
parents were shot in front of them by a US soldier.
Should we support our troops and be in the herd of cowards or abandon the troops to be human?
Do you care?