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14-09-2013, 04:19 PM
Sanctions by the west deadly affect on Children
Starving people into submission, known by it's nicer western media name as Sanctions seems to get a lot of support and the west which has no problems being sanction happy.

The sanctions on Iraq for example killed millions of Iraqi's most of them children. Note:

Here is a UN report on the affects of sanctions on children in Iraq during the 90's
http://www.nytimes.com/1995/12/01/world/...ports.html

Since when did the west ever give a mother fuck about kids dying in other countries? Oh yeah, when it suits their agenda they care and "we have to act now".

Secretary of state under Bill Clinton, Madalaine Albright says in this video that 500,000 dead Iraki children are worth the price.
Here is the ugly bitch in her own words. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM0uvgHKZe8

Do you guys agree or disagree with Madalaine Albrights statement in the video above?
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14-09-2013, 07:11 PM
RE: Sanctions by the west deadly affect on Children
I've referred to that clip MANY times.

Americans are in shock and horror that someone would kill American kids in school (Newtown, Columbine, etc.). But the most senior US leaders casually say that killing 500,000 kids (more than 1,000 times any of the US disasters) is "worth it", without even having the decency to specify WHAT was accomplished. Is it any reason that with this indoctrination since youth, guys like Adam Lanza similarly think it's "worth it" to kill a couple dozen kids in Newtown?

How would we feel if Adam Lanza actually managed to carry out 1,000 Newtown's, and then, when confronted with the horrific suffering he caused, he got on TV and smugly said "yeah, it was worth it"?

Heck, if 500,000 cats were killed in the US the country would be in a state of morning. How do you think Arabs feel to know that, to Americans, they're lives are worth less than an animal, and we can kill half a million Arab kids for the heck of it? Is it any wonder than when Osama bin Ladin was stating WHY he attacked the US, the first reason he gave was this very issue, and he said something like "Are we not humans? Is not Arab blood as precious as American blood?"
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14-09-2013, 07:18 PM
RE: Sanctions by the west deadly affect on Children
(14-09-2013 07:11 PM)frankksj Wrote:  I've referred to that clip MANY times.

Americans are in shock and horror that someone would kill American kids in school (Newtown, Columbine, etc.). But the most senior US leaders casually say that killing 500,000 kids (more than 1,000 times any of the US disasters) is "worth it", without even having the decency to specify WHAT was accomplished. Is it any reason that with this indoctrination since youth, guys like Adam Lanza similarly think it's "worth it" to kill a couple dozen kids in Newtown?

How would we feel if Adam Lanza actually managed to carry out 1,000 Newtown's, and then, when confronted with the horrific suffering he caused, he got on TV and smugly said "yeah, it was worth it"?

Heck, if 500,000 cats were killed in the US the country would be in a state of morning. How do you think Arabs feel to know that, to Americans, they're lives are worth less than an animal, and we can kill half a million Arab kids for the heck of it? Is it any wonder than when Osama bin Ladin was stating WHY he attacked the US, the first reason he gave was this very issue, and he said something like "Are we not humans? Is not Arab blood as precious as American blood?"

She did apologize for making the statement, not for believing that killing half a million kids is worth it though.

The video clip is one of those things like when you post clear evidence to a religious person they just ignore it and don't comment on it. just like nobody will comment on it here except us.
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