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Archive for March 5th, 2008

Today a Puppy, Tomorrow a Baby?

Posted by Henric C. Jensen on March 5, 2008

They said his name and showed his face. He and his buddy ought to get arrested by the military police and have the book thrown at them.

Sign the Petition: Fight Puppy-Killing Soldiers

All hairs on my body is still standing on end, my wife claims that I am ash-colored and have a halo of out-rage and shock. I knew many US soldiers are callous and indifferent to HUMAN life. But now I know that the American Military just has to be prevented from going anywhere in the world.

The hapless little puppy had absolutely no way of knowing what was about to happen to it, or to defend itself. You can see on the picture that it’s in the position it would be if it’s mother was carrying it to another location, a position of calm and surrender, as is the nature of very small puppies being grabbed by the scruff.

This grown man is about to do the indescribable cruel thing of throwing this little puppy over a cliff rim, some 90-100 feet into the stony rubble below, to die (hopefully instantaneously).

Then he turns to the camera and says “That was Meeeaaan!” with a wide grin.

What will it be next to entertain this piece of human offal? A human baby? A woman? Perhaps an “insurgent”?

Please sign the petition.
These Soldiers need to be STOPPED and sent home to the US in dishonor.


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Bring Back The Draft in the US

Posted by Henric C. Jensen on March 5, 2008

Since the expansion of the number of women in the military, what about George W. Bush’s daughters – Barbara and Jenna? Their father repeatedly describes the war in Iraq as crucially important to protect the United States and to spread democracy in the Middle East. Early on, he called it a “crusade” until his advisers made sure he never mentioned this word again, since it has a special meaning for the Islamic world.President Bush also repeatedly asserted that the losses of life and the costs of the Iraq war are “worth the sacrifice.” Whose sacrifice? Certainly not that of the family in the White House. There have been no indications in this town of 24/7 gossip of either the parents urging or the daughters considering joining the armed forces.
Double Standards, in whatever context is outrageous. I say, bring back the general draft in the US. Since the US Commander in Chief is so fond of sending American Troops to all kinds of places on the Planet, especially places where there is a buck to be had, it wouldn’t be more than fair that his daughters, and every US High Military’s sons and daughters would have to serve.
Great article!

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