posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 01:29 PM
reply to post by BlueRaja
I know exactly what you are saying.
You're saying that because you didn't see it, that it never happens.
Despite all the evidence to the contrary.
Despite veterans who say it does.
Despite the huge body counts.
Despite that it has been widely reported - only mainstream covers it up.
Despite the use of arbitrary weapons.
Despite countless examples, testimony and investigations.
And let's not forget your insistence that the war was NOT illegal and that the raids on civilian territory were fine under the geneva convention
I suppose you still believe in WMD's and al'qaeda links?
Perhaps this denial is rooted in a false sense of patriotism - I don't know and frankly I don't care.
Until you can refute the evidence provided with anything more than "I was there" I think you're batting on a sticky wicket - i.e. you have no case,
no evidence and no chance of refuting anything.
It kind of reminds me of a small child complaining they don't like the veg even though they haven't tasted them.
This constant assertion that "Iwas there, so I know" is not convincing - were you a high ranking officer? one who knew all aspects of the
Didn't think so.
[edit on 23/1/2008 by budski]