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Red Cross, US & 'Insurgent' forces; as bad as each other.

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posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 05:13 PM

The International Committee of the Red Cross has condemned what it calls the "utter contempt for humanity" shown by all sides in the fighting in Iraq.

This is highly unique and unusual.

No doubt it will be completely dismissed by the 'they never surrender they're all suicide bombers when cornered' crowd but it seems serious enought for the Red Cross to issue this (very rare) public statement.

Can things get any worse?

Is this just to be dismissed as more 'euro' propaganda?

Have some people in the USA really descended to that level of degeneracy and self-denial?

[edit on 20-11-2004 by sminkeypinkey]


posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 05:57 PM
One is the creation of the other. Surely not surprising that they should be as bad as one another
The Republican Guard melted away to form the main resistance
The Republican Guard were servants of Saddam, puppet of the Bush-controlled West
No resistance was offered to the invasion, and now puppets of puppets create extreme division
The International Red Cross got one as did the UN mission
All possible links from humanitarian outside workers have been severed, even unto insider Margaret Hassan
This is simple genocide and chaos generation to serve the greater cause by bringing the whole region into subservience through superior power
Unwitnessed on the whole
This is about brutal force at the service of the New World Order

posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 06:00 PM

the ICRC said the conflict was having a devastating impact on the people in Iraq.

would have thought after a little over 2000 years mankind would have learned from their past mistakes...but alas, they continue to replay history...

i warned many that this would be the outcome of this war...more innocents dying...when the military looks at them as "acceptable" losses...with such inhumanity as if they were less than order to distance themselves from from the guilt of killing them...would we expect anything different from what they are doing?

that was an interesting article in that it does go to show that some people are more interested in helping, than destroying.


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