Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Our Military is Napalming Iraqi Children

WARNING: THE LINK CONTAINED IN THIS DIARY HAS SOME EXTREMELY DISTURBING, GRAPHIC PHOTOS OF THE RESULTS OF OUR MILITARY'S NAPALMING OF IRAQI CITIZENS, SPECIFICALLY CHILDREN

U.S. MILITARY KILLS JUDGE'S FAMILY WITH NAPALM

From the Axis of Logic

(Warning: extremely disturbing images)
June 10, 2008

In another round of American crimes against the people of Iraq, the information about to be provided, will show the extent of the American lawless hysteria and its total disregard for human lives. And will also show the criminal complicity of those who took the Americans as military and political allies and as friends and who provide to them their services -- all conducted in the Green Zone.

On the eve of Wenesday 11.7.2007, heavy fighting broke out in the Sheikh Fathi center in the Zanjilia district from unknown armed men. American helicopter planes rushed and some of these unknown armed men fired at the planes.

The americans responded by using forbidden weapons [i.e. napalm] and bombed the house of a Taha Al-Janbil, a Judge. All those who were in the house were immediately killed.

I wouldn't dare post the images contained in this horrifying link, but I think it behooves US citizens to take a good long look at the very real results of our tragitastrobacle in Iraq. The War on Iraq is not some abstraction going on "over there," which we can forget about as we go about our daily lives. It is an extremely murderous campaign of violence and dominance, and non-combatants and CHILDREN are being killed every single day. Personally, I get excited when the Chicago White Sox have a winning streak, but looking at what our military is perpetrating in my name literally shamed me. How can I possibly be excited about a god-damned baseball team when THIS is what our government considers "foreign policy?"

I thought the use of napalm was considered out-of-bounds in today's military, but perhaps I was wrong. The idea that anyone woul drop napalm on a private residence in Iraq, with MY TAX DOLLARS, is just absolutely stomach-turning. Try as we might to end this disaster, any one of us who pays taxes is at least partially complicit in this tragedy.

WE MUST END THIS WAR AND IT CANNOT POSSIBLY HAPPEN TOO SOON.

Contact your Representatives and DEMAND IMPEACHMENT!

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