Where's the liberal outcry over this? There won't be any, they don't care about Americans getting killed, just terrorist getting nude and
having underwear on their head.
Where all the other outcry is, it's just no long distinguishable as "liberal" ie. too open minded for your views.
YOU LEFTIES SHOULD NOW GO WASH THE BLOOD FROM YOUR HANDS, ARE YA HAPPY NOW!
There's no blood on their hands, only the guilty, those who did this and perhaps those who set the situation up to blow, the American administration.
Under no circumstances do I condone this, they had no right nor will they ever have the right to kill someone, but the U.S. has been giving them the
reason to. They're just humans too and they can be just as easily swept up in the moment as any of us, they were angry and they had a reason to
avenge, if no right to do so. Also remeber there is a distinct difference between the actions of these terrorists and the American military, namely
that what the American military does is being done in the name of all Americans. There should be outcry and rage against both, however you can only
change your own actions for the better and hope the other follows suite.
There is simply no comparison between Christianity and Islam when it comes to savagery.
Sure there is, they both think killing shouldn't be done, but both have perpetrated just that! I swear they all need some sence slapped into them, I
apologise to those that try to actually follow what the basis of their religion teaches but there are all too many that don't.
AND....we're the ones who dropped the A-Bombs. It is IMPOSSIBLE FOR ANYONE TO THINK WE'RE COWARDS AFTER THAT!
Dropping atomic weaponry on an enemy who you know can't respond in kind, on cities which are mainly civilian, makes no heros nor brave men. It means
you're willing to kill civilians to get at the goverment because it may cost your military too much. Bravery was Stalingrad, St. Peterburg, Moscow,
the Pacific landings, Normandy or more recently Rwanda where the American goverment refused to send help to the U.N. forces there to protect civilians
from the worst genocide since WWII. I don't think the U.S. military is cowardly, but certainly the goverment is, every U.S. soldier should be
insulted by the cowardly actions of their goverment, discrediting their own spirit.
Its that sort of nonchalant attitude that resulted in 6 million jews perishing.
I understand the intent but that's a bit harsh, even early U.S. involvment wouldn't have stopped millions of jews dying, unless of course the allies
would work out sending forces through the U.S.S.R.....................
but that would never happen.
I want to know where is the outcry from Amnesty and any other organization for what these demented people have done.... Why don't they go to
Al Qaeda and present their cases with their paperwork to the extremist Islamic leaders?
You fail to understand the purpose of that organization, it's not about trying to right all wrongs, it's about holding goverments accountable for
their actions towards their people, they've often helped get political prisoners out of trouble. Just because they have a section on the U.S dosen't
mean they hate them, it just means the U.S. isn't perfect(suprise suprise), Canada has a sizable section too. If the U.S. is looking for ways to
defuse tensions, look to the U.K. dealings in Northern Irland, considering they have this conflict region under their rule the U.K, had a very small
section in the Amnesty international book(when I looked at lest who knows now).
What needs to be done now is for the US to line up 20 known AlQuaedaorhoweveryouspellit and cut their fingers and toes off one at a time and
then after much pain cut their throats. Post in throughout the media and make sure they understand that if it happens to another US citizen then 20
more AlQuaedawhatevertheycallthemselves will die. This is what they understand. Drastic measures for desprate times.
You're a sick individual, not only would you sink below their level but you imply that their lives are worth 1/20th of and American life. It's the
words of people like you that convince the people of the world to join organizations like Al Quaeda, I'm only glad that the U.S. is not soley
composed of people such as you. You're not going to solve this with more blood, you will take losses and continue to do so regardless, but more
bloodletting will only make it worse.
The US sould focus on the source of this problem:
There's more to it then this, read "shake hands with the devil" to see how cold and uncaring American forign policy can be, the whole world for
that matter, 'cept Canada, we were just confused like hell.
Wake up my friend, if America did not exist who would have ended WWII?
Russia would have managed it ..........eventually (V.E. 1950? ugh)with help from the U.K., Japan would simply be slowly building things up because it
wouldn't have been antagonized! The later war vs. Japan would be a partial win for them though, U.K. would have to make some concessions, lose some
colonies. However there can be little doubt that it was better with the U.S. involved, because the major powers(Russia, U.K.) would have been so
drained from the effort that the world would have been let to run wild. Depression take 2? Regional conflicts all over......... not so pretty, U.S.
power allowed things to stabalize afterwards.
The muslim religion contains a HUGE GROUP OF SUB-HUMAN INCESTUOUS PIGS.
Uneducated losers, who no longer belong to
the family of man in my opinion.
Careful, it's that type of judgement that convinces the terrorists to kill just any American in the first place, if one American is a horrible person
who disgraced our people then they all must be and all must pay. I would suggest you try and understand just how many people you are condemning. More
then the whole population of North America, more then have ever been killed in any war, around 1.2 Billion people of who the vast majority would be
more disgusted then you at this because these sick bastards follow their religion.
why havent they put sanctions on the US for going agenst the UN decsion?
Sercurity council, U.S. veto.
I got to page 12 when I gave up on finishing this thread..... too late. To sum up what I think and feel here, I'm saddened that this has happened,
but it was to be expected. I do not think that this violent act is so spactacular as to deserve the media attention it got, much worse has been done
without it getting coverage, without care. I think anyone who wishes to understand a little more about how ethnic tensions, peacekeeping, the U.N. and
human hate works should read "Shake hands with the devil". It's about Rwanda, a worse tragady by far then 9/11 and all the events surrounding the
war on terror, it is a story of one mans journey through hell and eventually back. Read it, understand that what happened to Nick Berg is not nearly
as exceptional as we would like be believe. I do not mean to undermine his death and the loss to his family, but I intend to underscore that he is
just another in a very long list of civilian casualties around the world. In your 30 seconds to Nick Berg, also think of the 800 000 that died in
Rwanda in 1994 in the churches, cities and roads. Also give a moment to those who have tried to bring this to light, Gen. Romeo Delaire and
importantly his friend and collegue in the making of his book who commited suicide under the weight of the facts of the genocide. Give moments for the
victims, two moments for the heros that went in anyways.