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The W - Current Events & Politics - " I was a naive fool to be a human shield for Saddam"
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Big Brother

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After this letter was printed in the Sunday Telegraph, it immediately was pounced 'pon by the forward-on-in-blogs-and-email crowd. Was it real? Did it prove anything? (I'm PRETTY sure they check these things out before they print them...of course, if it's only PROPAGANDA...) Anyway, I was alerted to it through tOA.

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The Great Thomas

Since: 17.6.02
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Ah, nothing like a testimony from the other side of the fence to jolt some sense into someone. I hope those antiwar protestors realize what they are marching for...

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Since: 6.1.02
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I told you guys that Jewish kids go do this kind of stuff a lot.

This is why young, idealistic people go protest against governments that are doing bad stuff, but aren't really horrible as far as world governments go. When Greenpeace goes and tries to stop the Japanese from killing whales, for instance, they aren't really worried the Japanese are going to shoot them in cold blood. This is why you don't find protesters in places like the Sudan, or Tajikistan(which probably has that absolute worst human rights record of any country) or Bhutan. Because those governments (like Iraq) will actually not have the remotest bit of concern for the welfare of these young, idealistic people beyond how they can help them maintain power.

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It was a fun and intresting read. If seemed real enough to me. You think driving a cab in New York would suck, at least they don't have to watch out for the secret police.


Since: 22.1.02
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It would have been funny if that cab driver spoke perfect English.

If that's legit, it's very interesting. I give the guy credit for being honest, even through what he saw didn't support his views.

-- Asteroid Boy

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You know, when someone seems to wish death on every bad guy in existence, they shouldn't be making aruments that life is too sacred to take away. The death penalty is playing God with other people's lives, you know.
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