Do you think that all those soldiers who have taken their own cameras with them and taken pictures are really going to ask permission to upload
them on the internet or print them out and share them with people? Do you really think they even are required to?
Of course not,
But those photos usually show dead insurgents, missing arms, legs or heads blown to bits.
Do I really need to post these images for you?
Even people who live in areas of severe drought find a way to clean themselves and their clothes from time to time. Not everyone has a washing
machine, but I'm quite certain they aren't all running around in clothes that haven't been washed in years.
fundly enough alot of them are,
If the parents are cleaning the clothes in the river, most are dirty.
Of course, im looking at sadr city, baghdad, fallujha and such. You know, the cities, homes, bedrooms, schools and buildings we destroyed?
where are you looking?
How about the fact that only 24% or less of those living in Baghdad aren't connected to a general water network as of January this
Being connected means jack. Majority are connected, but the supply is so unstable or limited it barely makes a difference.
Secondly, we are 6 years into a war, your rejocing over a waterplant being opened in the 6th year?
or the fact that water doesn't necessarily have to be drinkable in order to be suitable to wash clothes in.
Because when you have no drinking water your just thankful to be able to wash your clothes? stupid statement.
If your dying of thirst you drink what you can,
which explains things like this:
Cholera in Iraq continues to spread after early reports in September indicated health officials had a handle on the outbreak. The World Health
Organization (WHO) has confirmed more than three thousand cases and estimates another thirty thousand people have come down with a milder form of the
disease. So far, more than a dozen people have died. In Kirkuk, a city that accounts for two-thirds of the cases, one resident told the Associated
Press: "Now we fear cholera more than the violence." The WHO also believes the Iraqi outbreak has spread to Iran via Iraqi refugees.
Then agian, they are hadji, raghead muja's.. who cares if we eliminate a few hundred thousand of them with poisoned water..
After all, it saves money on bullets and bombs!
Speaking of water, you mean the troops don't really hand out water?
are you kidding with this statement or trying to be funny?
Do you want me to post endless videos, shot BY the soldiers showing them teasing kids with water? food?
throwing it on the groundas they run behind the hummers?
How about the soliders swearing and abusing the kids?
making fun of the disabilities?
Sorry mate, youve got a long way to go until you actually show something substantial , proving Iraqi's lives are better off today than it was back
Lets start with schools, hospitals, art, museums, life style...
One thing is for sure but.
you can bet your bottom dollar the troops have sparkling clean water, endless supplies of macca's, subway or tacco's.. as much joy and recreation as
they please on their Iraqi' bases.
I suppose thats why you only leave the greenzone when you have to!