Originally posted by PAYBACKCOMESSOON
Don't know how I stumbled across the profile for Timothy McVeigh at Wikipedia, but after
reading about the man's political desire to protect his own fellow Americans, I was amazed to see the truth unfold.
He stood against the war in Iraq that he served as a military soldier for and he stood against the oppression of Americans by their own government.
Then I came across the video they showed at his trial about WACO, and the Davidian victims, and I watched it.
Rules of Engagement
Timothy McVeigh didn't only stand for the innocent women and children who were killed evily in Waco, Texas or the poor girl the sniper killed in Ruby
Ridge, he stood for the average American.
Timothy McVeigh fought for America in Iraq, and then he came back and he fought for Americans by killing those Americans who would kill innocent
Unfortunately, children died in the bombing of Oklahoma City, but just as unfortunately, children died when monsters killed women and children in
One man, and only one man vindicated their deaths. One man and only one man stood up and said "blood for blood in honor of fellow Americans".
If people can support the troops who have killed hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians for oil, then they can support the U.S. soldier who showed
the "people who killed their own Americans on their own soil" what patriotism meant.
GWB and Cheney and everyone in the White House can thank God that Mr. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection three months before the Twin Towers
were demolished floor by floor with explosives.
If McVeigh went after the killers of the innocent Americans over Waco, Texas, try and imagine what he would have done for Americans in retaliation of
the Twin Towers. The man was a symbol for Americans to defy being sacrificed and killed by people in their own government.
There should be a statue in his honor erected. A statue of Timothy McVeigh to remind American citizens of what it takes to remain free of oppression
by their own government. And a statue to remind those people in authority who intend to harm their very own citizens of what they can expect when they
kill their own.
I stand firm on this post!
Tim McVeign murdered innocent people willfully and intentionally.
His thoughts about the first desert storm, his thoughts about how rough war is in general, his worries about American powermongering means both jack
Many people have been to war for the nation, have come back and spoke out against the atrocities that happen on a daily basis in war
Many people also have fought the government tooth and nail for changes...have brought to light corruption and greed, etc
Tim started on a path of greatness, but then decided to siderail himself by murdering innocents, cold blooded murdering of people...not in a warzone,
not for the protection of America...he did it because he catagorically didnt care about America.
Anything Tim tried to work for, to bring light to...the second he detonated those bombs, the entire argument went out the window and everything he
thought became useless trivia.
Adolph Hitler talked about creating a perfect race...genetically modified and bred so birth defects, non-desired genes, etc would be eliminated from
the human species in a couple generations.
Had he not decided a holocast against jews was a good idea, the debate and discussion would be very open, now its so polluted with his actions that
even mentioning using genetic alterations to a fetus for bettering it is still not in discussions..simply for what it is attached to in philosophy.
No, Tim took his protests, his thoughts, and his words and attached it with the symbolism of: Murder innocents until they listen.
He was a terrorist and deserved the only statue he got...a picture of him dying by lethal injection, put down like a wild infected dog...and hopefully
the population will forget about him completely so the subjects that interested him are not associated with him in any way.