Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Protestors Shake Hands With the Devil

I look through the pictures of anti-war protestors and see that they are undeniably against the war in Iraq, but what interests me is what they protest for. You see, if they are against the U.S. removing Saddam, then it makes reasonable sense that they wanted him to stay in power. That means that anti-war protestors are o.k. with torture and genocide. They say they want peace, but what the anti-war protestors seem to be against is the U.S. involved in conflict. By protesting, they are shaking hands with the devil, then have the audacity to say they don't support the troops who went to stop this type of violence.

This is a video of what the anti-war protestors are for. This is what they march and demonstrate to let happen in Iraq. It’s sickening what protestors would allow in the name of "peace".

These videos should not be viewed by children; they are graphic. Actually it should make any sane person sick to their stomach, but it’s important to see what the U.S. invasion has stopped. Torture is not naked pyramids; torture is what is shown here.




More videos of Saddam’s atrocities here.

25 Comments:

At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.allhatnocattle.net/Rumsfeld-hussein.jpg

 
At 11:07 AM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

...and that picture argues exactly what from the article?

 
At 11:17 AM, Blogger Cove Rebel said...

Or they could just believe that what another government does in its own country is its own business.

Just stirring the pot. :)

 
At 11:20 AM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

Yah, that attitude worked well with Germany and Japan.

 
At 11:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm arguing that, by your standard, the very people who are conducting this war shook the hand of the same devil not too long ago.
People who live in glass houses...

 
At 11:34 AM, Blogger Cove Rebel said...

3 minutes! It took you three minutes to respond! You are obviously not paying close enough attention to your blog!

 
At 11:40 AM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

So Iraq was better off with Saddam?

Not too long ago was when Iraq was fighting Iran? A greater threat at the time.

Glass houses you mean the U.S. tortures it's own people? I'm pretty sure that's what the metaphore you're using means.

 
At 11:53 AM, Blogger The Anti-Hippie said...

anon-- how many times have you been tortured? Eh? How mant times have soldiers had you and your entire family "disappear" for complaing about the government? How many mass graves has your body been thrown unceremoniously into? Hmm?

What's that you say? Not once?

Then shut up.

 
At 11:54 AM, Blogger JoeCool1013 said...

Hey anon,
Not solid enough in your convictions that you have to post anonymously?? That pic was taken during a diplomatic mtg. Did you even watch any of these videos?!?!
Please tell me your from overseas.
The realization that our boy's are over there fighting so that you can let this diarrhea run out of your mouth is hard to take sometimes.

 
At 12:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You linked to a Michelle Malkin post about George Gallaway meeting with Hussein, Jr. and referred to it as "shaking hands with the devil." I merely pointed out that a major proponent of the war in Iraq also "shook hands with the devil."

That's the only point I made, and I must have made it well, considering no one has made any dent in it.

 
At 12:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, and there's no apostrophe in the word "boys" the way you used it. Cheers!

 
At 12:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And "your from overseas" should have been "YOU'RE from overseas."

Didn't you graduate from eighth grade?

 
At 12:47 PM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

Relax typo's aren't a gauge of intelligence, spellcheck only does so much as I hastly type out a post before real work. But I'll correct them so not to offend your grammar sensibilities.

 
At 12:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mean typos, not typo's.

I think I've found why you're so fond of the president.

 
At 12:56 PM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

Oh, you weren't respnding to my post (still). No need to make grammar an issue. The biggest difference between the two is time. Galloway was shaking hands in 1999. This is after invasion of Kuwait, shooting at allied aircraft breaking a cease fire agreement, breaking UN resolutions, gassing his own people and offering money to anyone that could show proof of killing an American. Rumsfeld shook hands with Saddam in 1983 as the war between Iraq and Iran was still ongoing.

 
At 12:58 PM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

Ok, typos. Is grammar what you really wanted to argue about?

 
At 1:04 PM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

Wait I get it. You're only commenting about the title and nothing else. Wow. I would say thanks for reading; but you really haven't.

 
At 1:41 PM, Blogger PoP said...

For some reason my spell check will not work on this, but I was still sickened by the videos. I am glad wetook him out. Think of the food for oil pay offs to france russia and germany (capitals left off intentionally. They don't deserve them.)to vote against any action for doing nothing.

 
At 1:49 PM, Blogger Ssssteve said...

What in the world does Typos have to do with making a point!!! Anon, Typical leftist Horse pucky!! Get Schooled on what you previously said then change the subject to a personal attack!! Someday you will understand!! Those videos were disgusting and revolting!! Made me sick!!

 
At 2:07 PM, Blogger Cove Rebel said...

I remember seeing a book in the Kuwait City airport back in 1994 that had all kinds of pictures of his occupation of Kuwait. How's THAT for a trinket to remember your trip!

When are we going to war with Mexico?

 
At 2:15 PM, Blogger Dr. Phat Tony said...

I'm already at war with them. I will never shop at home depot again.

 
At 2:48 PM, Anonymous Kath said...

I don't much like that anonymous dude. He/she's a bit too smug. I don't enjoy smug. At least not when used by the anonymous people.

 
At 6:42 PM, Blogger GunnNutt said...

Ssssteve's got it right. Anon has no rational argument so it must change the subject. The videos are just too hard to defend.

 
At 8:53 PM, Anonymous megabrad said...

DPT,

Anti war protesters p*ss me off. But what do you think of this guy,
http://spaces.msn.com/members/FredBieling/
(sorry, don't know how to make that a link) This guy is Nat. Guard. When you go to his page, look at the pictures of him at the anti war protest/gathering/parade with the communists, freaks and hippies. He is the guy holding the sign that says "veterans for peace" with the peace sign on it. Being the good, right thinking American Vet you are, I would like your opinion of this guy. He is still active in the guard also. Thanks man!

 
At 2:50 PM, Anonymous spike said...

I have seen the horrific videos and you're right, they're indefensible. Something should have been done, moreover, had to be done about the human rights abuses that were occuring. My protest with this is who made us the Sheriff? I have seen countless clips of the Gulf War and have not seen any Japenese, Chinese, or Russian sodiers with their asses on the line to right these wrongs. One day, these countries will wake up and realize that this is rapidly becoming One World, and that it's everybodies responsiblity.

 

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