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Originally posted by budski
reply to post by dooper
So now you resort to insults - well I suppose it was inly a matter of time.
I found this piece particularly hilarious and ironic given your "moral" viewpoint:
To not kill his enemy, is to continue the suffering of innocents, and thus an immoral act of omission.
The killing of innocents by the illegal use of munitions such as WP in civilian area's is totally immoral - but apparently not if you are Israeli, or part of the Israeli puppet system of money worshippers otherwise known as the oil industry and the lobbyists in washington.
Originally posted by dooper
reply to post by Lazyninja
Lazy, it is about Hamas. Of course civilians were killed. They're almost always killed in wars and conflicts.
You have a romantic concept of war. I think that if you roll back through the history books, you'll rarely find parity of size.
It's more frequently one side much larger than the other. It's extremely rare that the vastly outnumbered side picks a fight, because most everyone is smart enough to know better.
Of course, the being smart part doesn't apply to these people.
War is war, and it is not like the Westerns where two line up and see who can draw the fastest and shoot the straightest.
If you ever find yourself in a fair fight, you are unprepared, and your planning absolutely sucks.
In an unusually public rebuke, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert of Israel said Monday that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had been forced to abstain from a United Nations resolution on Gaza that she helped draft, after Olmert placed a phone call to President George W. Bush.
"I said, 'Get me President Bush on the phone,' " Olmert said in a speech in the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon, according to The Associated Press. "They said he was in the middle of giving a speech in Philadelphia. I said I didn't care: 'I need to talk to him now,' " Olmert continued. "He got off the podium and spoke to me."