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“A perfect world..”

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#1 May 8, 2013
Just for posting the truth?
Because Because Because

United States

#2 May 8, 2013
You're a dumbass, and you bore us all to tears, for starters. Anything else you'd like to know?

“I know where you are,”

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#3 May 8, 2013
If it was the truth it would be different - you on the otherhand, don't even have a decent grasp of history, let alone any semblence of the truth.

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

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Great State of Oklahoma!

#4 May 8, 2013
Yeah, what Milwaukee69 said!

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

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Rockin' USA ;)

#5 May 8, 2013
Hippichick wrote:
Yeah, what Milwaukee69 said!
CHICK!!...WHAT THE FREAK??...Stand your OWN ground!!.. Don't run with the pack!!... Cuz, when their Tommy-guns start clicking off.. YOU WILL NOT BE SPARED!.. WE all know THAT ALL OF US were Once upon a Time...NEWBIES!!... TROLLS loooove NEWBIES... WE all had to TOUGHEN UP.. and SHOW these CYBER BULLIES that IF they can DISH it out..WE CAN THROW IT BACK AT THEM!!.....So, NEWBIES... NEVER BACK DOWN..OWN IT!!

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#7 May 8, 2013
Big-Dan wrote:
What is that Chick from Colorado on ? Bizarre !
Methadone, Steroids and Captain and Cokes.

“Sitting Pretty”

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I ain't Misbehavin'

#8 May 8, 2013
Big-Dan wrote:
What is that Chick from Colorado on ? Bizarre !
Uncle Chris probably gave her a raise.

“Sitting Pretty”

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I ain't Misbehavin'

#9 May 8, 2013
Shh... or perhaps..vice versa??

LOL

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

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Since: Aug 08

Great State of Oklahoma!

#10 May 8, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> CHICK!!...WHAT THE FREAK??...Stand your OWN ground!!.. Don't run with the pack!!... Cuz, when their Tommy-guns start clicking off.. YOU WILL NOT BE SPARED!.. WE all know THAT ALL OF US were Once upon a Time...NEWBIES!!... TROLLS loooove NEWBIES... WE all had to TOUGHEN UP.. and SHOW these CYBER BULLIES that IF they can DISH it out..WE CAN THROW IT BACK AT THEM!!.....So, NEWBIES... NEVER BACK DOWN..OWN IT!!
What?

Since: Feb 09

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#11 May 8, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
Just for posting the truth?
I haven't been mean to u, I just posted the - truth...
Krypteia

Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

#12 May 8, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
Just for posting the truth?
Muppet!!

“A perfect world..”

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Kenya, E.Africa.

#13 May 8, 2013
JUST BECAUSE I CRITICIZE THE US FOREIGN POLICY DOES NOT THAT I HATE AMERICA.
I LOVE AMERICA SO MUCH. I JUST DISLIKE HER BAD DOUBLE STANDARD FOREIGN POLICIES
Like for instance, what was the point in invading Iraq really?
did they find the WMDS?
NO

“A perfect world..”

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#14 May 8, 2013
All of you posting here

why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?

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#16 May 9, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
All of you posting here
why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?
Officially from February 23 to September 6, 1988 (but often thought to extend from March 1987 to May 1989), Saddam Hussein's regime carried out the Anfal (Arabic for "spoils") campaign against the large Kurdish population in northern Iraq. The purpose of the campaign was ostensibly to reassert Iraqi control over the area; however, the real goal was to permanently eliminate the Kurdish problem.

The campaign consisted of eight stages of assault, where up to 200,000 Iraqi troops attacked the area, rounded up civilians, and razed villages. Once rounded up, the civilians were divided into two groups: men from ages of about 13 to 70 and women, children, and elderly men. The men were then shot and buried in mass graves. The women, children, and elderly were taken to relocation camps where conditions were deplorable. In a few areas, especially areas that put up even a little resistance, everyone was killed.

Hundreds of thousands of Kurds fled the area, yet it is estimated that up to 182,000 were killed during the Anfal campaign. Many people consider the Anfal campaign an attempt at genocide.

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#17 May 9, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
All of you posting here
why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?
As early as April 1987, the Iraqis used chemical weapons to remove Kurds from their villages in northern Iraq during the Anfal campaign. It is estimated that chemical weapons were used on approximately 40 Kurdish villages, with the largest of these attacks occurring on March 16, 1988 against the Kurdish town of Halabja.

Beginning in the morning on March 16, 1988 and continuing all night, the Iraqis rained down volley after volley of bombs filled with a deadly mixture of mustard gas and nerve agents on Halabja. Immediate effects of the chemicals included blindness, vomiting, blisters, convulsions, and asphyxiation. Approximately 5,000 women, men, and children died within days of the attacks. Long-term effects included permanent blindness, cancer, and birth defects. An estimated 10,000 lived, but live daily with the disfigurement and sicknesses from the chemical weapons.

Saddam Hussein's cousin, Ali Hassan al-Majid was directly in charge of the chemical attacks against the Kurds, earning him the epithet, "Chemical Ali."

“I know where you are,”

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#18 May 9, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
All of you posting here
why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?
At the end of the Persian Gulf War in 1991, southern Shiites and northern Kurds rebelled against Hussein's regime. In retaliation, Iraq brutally suppressed the uprising, killing thousands of Shiites in southern Iraq.

As supposed punishment for supporting the Shiite rebellion in 1991, Saddam Hussein's regime killed thousands of Marsh Arabs, bulldozed their villages, and systematically ruined their way of life. The Marsh Arabs had lived for thousands of years in the marshlands located in southern Iraq until Iraq built a network of canals, dykes, and dams to divert water away from the marshes. The Marsh Arabs were forced to flee the area, their way of life decimated.

By 2002, satellite images showed only 7 to 10 percent of the marshlands left. Saddam Hussein is blamed for creating an environmental disaster.

“I know where you are,”

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#19 May 9, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
All of you posting here
why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?
The two dominant ethnicities of Iraq have traditionally been Arabs in south and central Iraq, and Kurds in the north and northeast, particularly along the Iranian border. Hussein long viewed ethnic Kurds as a long-term threat to Iraq's survival, and the oppression and extermination of the Kurds was one of his administration's highest priorities.

“I know where you are,”

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#20 May 9, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
All of you posting here
why don't you google the total number of innocent Iraqi civilians killed during the 2003 Iraq invasion?
The worst human rights abuses of Hussein's tenure took place during the genocidal al-Anfal Campaign (1986-1989), in which Hussein's administration called for the extermination of every living thing--human or animal--in certain regions of the Kurdish north. All told, some 182,000 people--men, women, and children--were slaughtered, many through use of chemical weapons. The Halabja poison gas massacre of 1988 alone killed over 5,000 people. Hussein later blamed the attacks on the Iranians, and the Reagan administration, which supported Iraq in the Iran-Iraq War.

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#21 May 9, 2013
Other than 2003, most of the over 100,000 civilian casualties in Iraq have been a result of terrorist bombings - by their own people.

Most of the civilian casualties in 2003 were because Hussein used his own people as human shields - now that is a coward.

“A perfect world..”

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Kenya, E.Africa.

#22 May 9, 2013
Wow

All these fancy made up sentences just to "defend" America!

lol

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