Tuesday, November 08, 2005

US forces 'used chemical weapons' during assault on city of Fallujah

Independent.co.uk - Powerful new evidence emerged yesterday that the United States dropped massive quantities of white phosphorus on the Iraqi city of Fallujah during the attack on the city in November 2004 ... .

And this from Islam Online: US Gassing of Fallujah Confirmed
CAIRO, November 8, 2005 (IslamOnline.net) – A powerful new evidence has emerged that the United States did use chemical weapons in last year's Fallujah bombing ....


Chemical weapons?

Old news parading around as propaganda.

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Yo Mo, you and your cunny over at the Independent ..... either get a better ideology, better weapons, or better propaganda. Perhaps even a better grasp of the world. A grasp of right and wrong. In the mean time beeoootch, war is one. FOAD ..... as usual.

Sincerely, Elmo.

Addendum: Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2:39 p.m.

Via Wizbang/Jay Tea/Killing me softly: That reminded me of an exchange in one of my favorite novels -- David Gerrold's "A Matter For Men." One of the characters is helping the other put on a flamethrower.

"...Let me ask you this: what is it that makes a weapon inhumane?"

"Uh..." I thought about it.

"Let me make it easier for you. Tell me a humane weapon."

"Um-- I see your point."

"Right. There's no such thing. It's like Christmas -- it's not the gift, it's the thought that counts." He came around behind me and started fitting the pads under the straps. "A weapon, Jim -- never forget this; lift your arms -- is a tool for stopping the other fellow. That's the purpose -- stopping him. The so-called humane weapons merely stop a man without permanently injuring him. The best weapons -- you can put your arms down now -- are the ones that work by implication, by threat, and never have to be used at all. The enemy stops himself."

"It's when they don't stop" -- he turned me around to adjust the fittings in front -- "that the weapons become inhumane, because that's when you have to use them. And so far, the most effective ones are the ones that kill -- because they stop the guy permanently." He had to drop to his knees to cinch the waist strap. "Although... there's a lot to be said for maiming --"

"Huh?" I couldn't see his eyes, so I didn't know if he was joking or not.

"-- but that's asking too much of both the weapon and its user.



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