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PhinPhan1227
03-21-2003, 11:09 AM
...be sure to read the article in the new SI on what athletes in Iraq have to put up with. After that, you'll want to kick your TV screen in every time you hear some blithering idiot talking about how WE are hurting inncoent civilians in Iraq.

t2thejz
03-21-2003, 04:34 PM
I read that. it was a good article. i was going to post something about it but you beat me to it

Kamikaze
03-22-2003, 03:54 AM
If I want any education about anything in the world, I know to come here LAST. By the way, I got arrested for peacefully protesting in Chicago yesterday. The police state is active and doing its job quite well now. Of course, every single one of you feels I deserve what I got, but I kid you not, the anti-war movement is NOT going away any time soon, in fact, we're growing stronger every day another innocent Iraqi child dies from a cruise missile, which was bought and paid for by YOU AND I. Call me the brainwashed fool, but you jerks don't have to spend a night in jail for voicing your ****ing opinion. I dare any of you to organize a pro-war counterprotest. You'll be lucky to equal even one-tenth of our numbers. Finally, I'm sick and tired of seeing you people blindly following the administration. Goodbye automatons, enjoy your freeper forum.

Barbarian
03-22-2003, 05:21 AM
Originally posted by chicagodolphan
If I want any education about anything in the world, I know to come here LAST. By the way, I got arrested for peacefully protesting in Chicago yesterday. The police state is active and doing its job quite well now. Of course, every single one of you feels I deserve what I got, but I kid you not, the anti-war movement is NOT going away any time soon, in fact, we're growing stronger every day another innocent Iraqi child dies from a cruise missile, which was bought and paid for by YOU AND I. Call me the brainwashed fool, but you jerks don't have to spend a night in jail for voicing your ****ing opinion. I dare any of you to organize a pro-war counterprotest. You'll be lucky to equal even one-tenth of our numbers. Finally, I'm sick and tired of seeing you people blindly following the administration. Goodbye automatons, enjoy your freeper forum.

Bye, don't let the door hit you on the way out.

Oh, and by the way, your friends in San Francisco yesterday were preventing Emergency vehicles from getting to where they needed to go, they should all be charged with "Reckless endangerment" and tossed in jail for a heckuva lot longer than just one night.

So sorry if I don't feel to sorry for the crimin...I mean protesters.

Barbarian
03-22-2003, 05:23 AM
oh, and by the way, what are they all gonna do when protesting isn't the "cool" and "in" thing to do anymore? Because after talking to some of theese morons yesterday, they certainly havent any clue and are probably just out there because their parents want them out of the house for a minimum of 4 hours a day.

Oh, and the ones that cried child killers about our millitary should feel forunate that they were beside my car and not in front of it at the time.

iceblizzard69
03-22-2003, 09:58 AM
70% of this country supports the war. Not all of us feel like protesting, but this war has support.

Muck
03-22-2003, 02:08 PM
Yeah, check the numbers, Chi. You're among a growing minority. We don't have to sit in jail because we want what is right.....and that's what's happening. We're not blocking any streets. We're not causing a disturbance, "peaceful" or otherwise. And we're ESPECIALLY not shooting any cops or vandalizing shops.

Also, for you to sit there and talk about us bombing innocent civilians is absolutely mind-blowing. You have no idea what you're talking about. Have you even been watching?? How many schools have we bombed?? Hospitals?? How many civilians have died?? How many have we targeted?? Have you even payed attention to the surgical precision we've used?? Have you seen what the IRAQI citizens and soldiers are doing right now?? They're REJOICING. We're giving the Iraqi army and leadership every opportunity to peacfully surrender.

You know what our first move was?? A deliberate strike against Saddam himself to try and end this thing before it began. That shows you right there how this administration feels.

You guys want us to sit back and continue to do nothing. Yeah, lets do that. Then one day, the war will be fought on OUR soil. As the world's only superpower, t's our job to police much of the planet. And that's what we're doing. By doing this, we're promoting peace. We're nipping this thing in the bud. Yeah, innocent Iraqi children were living so happily before we decided to head East.

Give me a f*cking break.

So please, have fun living in denial. Come back when you're ready to admit you were wrong......after the war.

dolfan06
03-22-2003, 03:28 PM
Originally posted by Barbarian
Bye, don't let the door hit you on the way out.

Oh, and by the way, your friends in San Francisco yesterday were preventing Emergency vehicles from getting to where they needed to go, they should all be charged with "Reckless endangerment" and tossed in jail for a heckuva lot longer than just one night.

So sorry if I don't feel to sorry for the crimin...I mean protesters. :up: couldn't have said it better!;)

dolfan06
03-22-2003, 03:30 PM
Originally posted by chicagodolphan
If I want any education about anything in the world, I know to come here LAST. By the way, I got arrested for peacefully protesting in Chicago yesterday. The police state is active and doing its job quite well now. Of course, every single one of you feels I deserve what I got, but I kid you not, the anti-war movement is NOT going away any time soon, in fact, we're growing stronger every day another innocent Iraqi child dies from a cruise missile, which was bought and paid for by YOU AND I. Call me the brainwashed fool, but you jerks don't have to spend a night in jail for voicing your ****ing opinion. I dare any of you to organize a pro-war counterprotest. You'll be lucky to equal even one-tenth of our numbers. Finally, I'm sick and tired of seeing you people blindly following the administration. Goodbye automatons, enjoy your freeper forum. and this guy condemed me for name calling!:rolleyes:

Barbarian
03-22-2003, 07:12 PM
Iraq's government has said that 3 civillians have died in the attacks so far.

thats right 3.

And this is from a government that usually pads the numbers to try and make our actions seem worse than they really are.

This could go down in history and one of the least bloody conflicts ever.

And considering that Iraq has admitted to executing 800 people per year, thats over 2 per day, so on average after 2 days we have killed fewer innocent Iraqi civillians than Saddam would have.

So much for the blood of the innocent eh?

dolfan06
03-22-2003, 10:21 PM
Originally posted by Barbarian
Iraq's government has said that 3 civillians have died in the attacks so far.

thats right 3.

And this is from a government that usually pads the numbers to try and make our actions seem worse than they really are.

actually i'm rather shocked they only admitted to 3. suprised they didn't say 300!:rolleyes:

Barbarian
03-23-2003, 05:19 AM
well, that changed today... appearently they have taken a bunch of soldiers, pulled the corpses out of their uniforms and said they were civillian casualties.

how do we know that they were soldiers?

because every single body they showed was that of a millitary age man.

no women

no children

no elderly

dolfan06
03-23-2003, 01:16 PM
Originally posted by Barbarian
well, that changed today... appearently they have taken a bunch of soldiers, pulled the corpses out of their uniforms and said they were civillian casualties.

how do we know that they were soldiers?

because every single body they showed was that of a millitary age man.

no women

no children

no elderly they may have been executions too, they have over 2 a day, that adds up!:eek:

T-ROCK
03-23-2003, 05:57 PM
Originally posted by chicagodolphan
If I want any education about anything in the world, I know to come here LAST. By the way, I got arrested for peacefully protesting in Chicago yesterday.

don't take this the wrong way, but it's too bad the Police didn't stomp you into unconciousness...

:lol:

:monkey: violent "peace" protests...

anti-war demonstrators are a minority in the minority... recent polls show around 30% or less do not support the war... that would be about 87,000,000 people... so far we haven't seen anywhere close to 1% of those in any form of anti-war protest... we don't have to sit in jail to validate our views... maybe you have nothing better to do... go vomit on a sidewalk, chain yourself to a pole, block traffic so people can't get to work... doesn't impress or dissuade me...

T-ROCK
03-23-2003, 06:00 PM
Originally posted by Barbarian
well, that changed today... appearently they have taken a bunch of soldiers, pulled the corpses out of their uniforms and said they were civillian casualties.

how do we know that they were soldiers?

because every single body they showed was that of a millitary age man.

no women

no children

no elderly

an Iraqi with a gun who shows hostile intent toward our soldiers is, himself, a soldier... and should be prepared to be attcked and killed... I don't care if he's wearing a military uniform or a bedsheet...

PhinPhan1227
03-24-2003, 10:55 AM
Originally posted by chicagodolphan
If I want any education about anything in the world, I know to come here LAST. By the way, I got arrested for peacefully protesting in Chicago yesterday. The police state is active and doing its job quite well now. Of course, every single one of you feels I deserve what I got, but I kid you not, the anti-war movement is NOT going away any time soon, in fact, we're growing stronger every day another innocent Iraqi child dies from a cruise missile, which was bought and paid for by YOU AND I. Call me the brainwashed fool, but you jerks don't have to spend a night in jail for voicing your ****ing opinion. I dare any of you to organize a pro-war counterprotest. You'll be lucky to equal even one-tenth of our numbers. Finally, I'm sick and tired of seeing you people blindly following the administration. Goodbye automatons, enjoy your freeper forum.


So the "one child", who may or may not be killed by a US cruise missile, is of more importance to you than the hundreds if not thousands of Iraqi men women and children who die at the hands of Saddams regime every year? So far, we've targeted and HIT military buildings ONLY in Baghdad. Unless it was "bring your kid to work" day at the Iraqi office of military inteligence, I wouldn't say that we have targeted any buildings which would have even a remote likelihood of containing any children. But I guess "enemy soldier killer" just doesn't have the same ring as "baby killer" does it?

dolfan06
03-25-2003, 12:11 AM
Originally posted by PhinPhan1227
...be sure to read the article in the new SI on what athletes in Iraq have to put up with. After that, you'll want to kick your TV screen in every time you hear some blithering idiot talking about how WE are hurting inncoent civilians in Iraq. just listen to the horror stories from iraqi's in this country!