reply to post by freighttrain
My perspective is that as long as there are others willing to put their lives on the line to defend Canada's liberties, you feel quite comfortable
sitting back and criticizing. Maybe if you did a tour in Iraq or Afghanistan you might think quite differently.
Do you think that if Iraq succeeds at being the first democracy in the Middle East that will be a good thing?
Do you think it is alright that the Taliban kill school girls and their families for sending girls to school? Wouldn't you call that terrorism?
I have talked to may veterans, who were there and experienced what is going on, and they felt that what they did was right, and a good thing to do.
They put their lives on the line to defend others, and that is very honorable.
Suicide bombers are the real terrorists, not U.S. soldiers and our allies. Terrorists are people who intentionally blow themselves up in markets
killing innocent women and children, or blow up schools full of children. While there are civilian casualties in war, the U.S. military tries to
minimize those casualties. The scale on which you base your opinions is clearly biased.
Racism is practiced by all cultures, not just white people. Considering that whites ended slavery, while Islamic nations continued it until forced to
end it by western nations your comments on U.S. slavery and racism are completely biased.
How do I know Iran sponsors terrorism, it is in their official policy as spouted by their president who desires to wipe Israel off of the face of the
Earth. Is that your idea of peace, kill all the Jews in Israel? How about how the Kurds have been treated, Iran's numerous invasions of India,
genocide in Africa and Indonesia. What do you have to say about all of this, because everything you put out so far has been clearly one sided.
Sorry, but the claim that because the CIA was involved doesn't make the CIA responsible for either Saddam or the Ayatollah coming into power. The
people in those countries made this happen.
What you have presented, and continue to present is nothing but a one sided opinion.
Do we have such a bad view of Persians?
Gee, I went and saw "Prince of Persia", thought is was great. Seems to me that Persia was portrayed in very good light in this movie, and as a
civilization of high quality.
I studied Zoroastrianism long ago, and have a great deal of respect for Persian society. You need to stop making biased positions about people you
know nothing about.
Yours is the heavily biased view, biased against westerners, even in how you assume westerners view Persians.