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Originally posted by J0HNSmith
According to american public health experts 100,000 innocent people in Iraq have been murdered at than hands of the US military. A majority of these slayings seems to happen when the US drops bombs on civilian areas and a lot of the causalities are women and children.
"Making conservative assumptions, we think that about 100,000 excess deaths, or more have happened since the 2003 invasion of Iraq," said Les Roberts of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in a report published online by The Lancet medical journal.
"The use of air power in areas with lots of civilians appears to be killing a lot of women and children," Roberts told Reuters.
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Is this the freedom that Bush talks about? Where is the freedom for those kids? I think in the whole war on terror the US has killed more innocent people than terrorists, and has killed more innocent people than the terrorists have. Do you think the people in Iraq aren't huddled in their homes at night in fear for their lives than a bomb is going to drop on their house? This makes you ask your self who the real "terrorists" are.
People might want to look into this because we were all ready to press charges for war crimes in the slaughter of 100,000 innocent people, Now bush has done the same thing he claimed he was trying to stop.
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[edit on 28-10-2004 by J0HNSmith]
Originally posted by imas
Interesting everyone runs around this site shouting "Deny ignorance!" but when it comes to attacking Bush, the commonly distorted and fabricated word of CNN will do. Thats a big eye roller.
Originally posted by faddinglight
Bush bombs for peace, rofl. God, Bombing for peace is like #ing for virginity.
Originally posted by ledbedder20
Combating those aggressively spreading violence is what brought about ends of wars.