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Author Name: FreeAmericanZulu 7 Comments
Date Added: March 26, 2004 17:03:26 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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You hate George Dubya
It's obvious that you're against George W. It's obvious that you're against war the freedom that you exercise to express this is what we are fighting for Saddam was no friend of America and for that matter, the world he had no problem joining forces to defeat the "American Whore" he rewarded those who blew up markets killing children and people of faith he spread poison gas over Iranian soldiers he annexed the country of Kuwait but you attack the men who challenged him you speak down on those who tried yes 3000 souls were lost that day enough! how many more must die? Iraq is not the only place that America has drawn a line the WMD's will surface you'll see 'cause NOW all we have is time those thugs aren't flying our jumbo jets they're hiding and running for cover They've awoken a sleeping giant we're spreading their assí like butter so you keep on hating the men who tried to secure your right to live but be careful of what you wish for wishing for war is what the Al Qaida did
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Comment By: FreeLukeofHomelandSecurity on May 26, 2006 05:13:33 PM Report
You don't retain peace by inflicting harm on others, it's that simple. War is not about keeping peace and freedom it's about $$$$ filling the pockets of international banks; perpetual violence makes Globilization go round. Also, who supplied weapons and training to Al Queda in the first place...the C.I.A. and Pakistan's ISI. Who used to support the Taliban, invite their diplomates to the White House...the U.S. This is documented information. An enemy today is a buddy tomorrow and vice versa. There always has to be a super-villian, and in the invasion of Afghanistan it was Osama, in Iraq, he was forgotten and replaced with Sadam. Now the villian is the President of Iran. Look at who the aggressor has been this whole time...maybe the villian was here all along.
Comment By: FreeShane Arnold on March 24, 2006 06:12:22 PM Report
bush has set the all-time record for most people worldwide to simultaneously take to the streets to protest me (15 million people), shattering the record for protest against any person in the history of mankind. (info given by topplebush.com) though I respect your opinion I'm no expert but I believe this should say something to you and plus Iraq had nothing to do with 911 most of the hijackers of Al Qaida's ORGANISTATION were from Saudis Arabia and since they were an ORGANISTATION I don't believe that Afghanistan should have been attacked either
Comment By: PremiumDavid Turner on October 3, 2005 11:27:07 AM Report
Total self delusion. Iraq had nothing to do with Al Qaida - being a completely ant--religious regime. Iraq was not a threat when it was invaded - sanctions, monitoring and inspection prevented Iraq developing any significant military threats. Far more innocent Iraqis have died as a result of the War than in the attack on the two towers. Bush and Blair are just overgrown schoolboys who think it is far cooler to play at Wargames with real guns and bombs than to get down to hard slog of solving some of the real problems of the World - especially those in Africa.

If America had dealt fairly and ethically with all the Islamic states right from the start - Iran, Iraq, Palestine in particular, promoting democratic values instead of propping up any dictatorship or feudal oligarchy which seemed to follow US bidding for a while at least the West would not be in such a conflict with Islam and Oil supplies would be far more secure than they are now as a result of Bush's madness. Who armed Iraq in the first place?

David
Comment By: FreeMelody on October 25, 2004 07:55:32 PM Report
cool poem with a bit of humor I thought. But all in all very very true. Great write, Melody

Comment By: Freecarlos stephens on March 31, 2004 04:46:24 PM Report
Yes, well thought out & expressed, about time someone wrote the true facts, PEACE, comes at a price, WMD,
I believe will be found,some day, Time & place, we now have the time, bought for us, with those that gave,(their all) Thank you, peace brother. carlos.
Comment By: FreeChuck on March 26, 2004 06:15:09 PM Report
Great poem!!!... this is a perfect reflection of what the typical media force fed American sheep is feeling. I have a question... since most of the 9/11 Hijackers were from Saudi Arabia and none from Iraq how come we are attacking Iraq???
Comment By: Premiumwislar on March 26, 2004 05:20:28 PM Report
A very strong and patriotic write Zulu, I commend you.

wislar




 


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