The Other Side of ‘The WAR’

July 13, 2007 at 8:04 pm | Posted in brutality, ethnic cleansing, George Bush Junior, Iraq War, John Doyle, ktismatics, PTSD, puppet government, Saddam, The Nation, veterans, women and children | 12 Comments

John Doyle at Ktismatics just pointed out this article. It is important that you read it IF you have any interest in the truth about the conduct of the Iraq War.

Sometimes, perhaps too often, having an interest in the truth can be very painful. This is one of those instances. The collage on the right makes me feel physically ill, but i’ve posted it here.

If you prefer to feel safe, please do NOT click on it to enlarge!

When the loss of 3,600 young people is sooo sickening, what does one make of the loss of the 300,000 non-combatants in Iraq? Their pics are not posted anywhere, yet they are just as real and just as dead.

Follow the title link to a rather detailed article in The Nation where they have interviewed 50 Iraq war veterans in order to get a closer, if stomach turning, look at the real war in Iraq.

Not for the faint hearted!

A few posts down, I spoke of PTSD; well now you know.

It is also worth pondering the fact that George Bush Junior is planning on a permanent “occupation” of Iraq, since it is obvious that the puppet government there is completely incapable of holding that nation together on its own…

Pity the fate of the Iraqi people – how many do you think will now be wondering if Saddam was not the better of the two evils?

In case the link leads to an ad, click the “skip to” on the bottom right to go to the article itself.

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