Monday, February 28, 2005


In the words of the infamous Michael Moore:
The Iraqis who have risen up against the occupation are not "insurgents" or "terrorists" or "The Enemy." They are the REVOLUTION, the Minutemen, and their numbers will grow -- and they will win.

Minutemen? I don't recall the Minutemen doing anything like this:
At least 105 persons were killed and 133 wounded in a car bombing today outside a medical centre in Hilla, south of Baghdad, the deadliest attack in Iraq in a year, medical officials said. “Our definitive toll after taking away the last victims is 105 dead and 122 wounded,” said Dr Mohammed Dia, head of Hilla’s General Hospital. The car bomb blew up in a crowd of civil servants gathered outside the medical centre in a packed commercial district.

What kind of revolutionaries kill the people that they are trying to free? Killing innocent civilians and Iraqi civil servants is noble? When Timmy McVeigh did it here in the U.S., he was (correctly) labeled a hatemonger and a murderer. When is our news media going to acknowledge that these "Minutemen" are no such thing? They are nothing but vicious thugs who kill indiscriminately. They don't give a damn about the Iraqi people. They just want to stick it to the U.S., and to any Iraqis who are trying to rebuild their country.

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