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Old 04-10-2003, 00:34   #1 (permalink)
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Tongue The Iraqi civilians - Where are the do gooders now?

Well, well, well.

Look at the Iraqi civilians dancing in the streets for joy. I watched the news and they were shouting "Bush Bush good", "You save us", "No more Saddam", "Saddam is the devils friend" etc. They are now free and seem to love it. Look at them jumping up and down on the statues of Saddam and throwing rocks at his portraits.

Where are all the WANKERS who pre war claimed that the Iraqi people didnt want to be liberated?? Where are the ferals with their "Bush is a murderer" placards? Looks like they have all crawled back into thier housing commision homes. Looks like this war was worth it all along wasn't it you stupid bastards. I supported this war 100% and especially our men and women over there. Good job. I was thinking the other day I hope there is going to be a parade or some recognition for the Aussie servicemen and women over there as I read that some think that Australia is not behind them. I hope there will be a parade of some sort so everyone can show their support and stick it to the ferals.

If there is any anti war protests at the ANZAC day march I tell you what there will be hell to pay for whoever has the stupidity to try something. If someone does try something they will probably be killed or severly bashed.
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Old 04-10-2003, 00:58   #2 (permalink)
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couldnt agree more. whilst these morons were bleating about innocent civilians dying in this 'war', sadam was killing his own people by the thousand.

and i agree with you about anzac day...just one long haired feral has to stick his flea-infested head out of his box, and i will gladly introduce him to dr marten...the dentist.
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Damn straight , those people were so happy when the statue was destroyed yesterday, they all wanted a go with the sledgehammer aswell !!
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America want oil and thats blatantly obvious. When Saddam's out they will put a "friendly" Yank in charge of everything. You think they're going to bring democracy to Iraq? I don't think so. Why do you think Russia and France were against the war? Because they Were mining all the oil out of Iraq and they know thats all what America want. America put bloody Saddam in charge in the first place.
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Maybe the Iraqi people are happy now - at least the ones you see on the telly....

What about the privileged ones who were there during Sadaam?
These people are trained and used to killing and have been disposessed by the Yanks. Some of them are even convinced they were doing the right thing - religion can cause all sorts of screwy ideas!

Somehow I think they might be inclined to try to hurt the people who have hurt them.

I would like to know what Australia expects to get out of this.
Probably a 'free trade' agreement with the US, which froggy boy seems to want. Totally ignoring, of course, the fact that Australia's farmers have been fighting this for over thirty years, with good reason!
We won't get into, here, the fact that America SUBSIDISES it's farmers, while Australia's farmers are crippled by the climate and taxes!
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Ah, yes.

They protest the war is unjust, unfair, and pointless... they prefer iraqi's to live in fear, under the rule of a iron-fisted dictator, who slaughters tens of thousands of his own people.

Yes sir, they're looking out for the interests of the common man the world over...

Idiots...
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America want oil and thats blatantly obvious. When Saddam's out they will put a "friendly" Yank in charge of everything. You think they're going to bring democracy to Iraq? I don't think so. Why do you think Russia and France were against the war? Because they Were mining all the oil out of Iraq and they know thats all what America want. America put bloody Saddam in charge in the first place.
So why didn't they take the oil fields the first time they cained the hell out of em ?
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Personally i couldnt give a toss whether there is a war or not. But for me a war in iraq will not be totally justified until the talked about "weapons of mass distruction" are produced for all of us to see.
Sure it is good that the iraqi people are now free from the spinless dictator, but we do have to ask our selves what is the coalitions true agenda. First Afghanistan now Iraq which country is next North Korea, Syria where does it end??
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So why didn't they take the oil fields the first time they cained the hell out of em ?
They did. The first war was about "freeing" the oil fields in Kuwait. Its nice to have the psycho Saddam out of power, but I doubt the US would give a rats ass about the whole region if not for the oil there.
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Re: The Iraqi civilians - Where are the do gooders now?

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Where are the ferals with their "Bush is a murderer" placards? Looks like they have all crawled back into thier housing commision homes.
Hahahahaha. So true.

I think you will find some of them at court for climbing on one of our Navy ships.
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