Monday, May 14, 2007


Iraqi children pay cost of occupation
By Amina Anderson
One in every eight children in Iraq will not reach the age of five. There are no medical equipment, no medicines, and no doctors in a country plagued by raging violence that have claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.

"Iraq’s child mortality rate has increased by a staggering 150 percent since 1990. Some 122,000 Iraqi children died in 2005 before reaching their fifth birthday. More than half of these deaths were among newborn babies in the first month of life," according to a recent report published by the U.S.-based Save the Children organization.

A nation of child murderers, busy killing its way to complete both the theft of Iraqi oil for a nation of gasoline junkies and land and water resources for the nation of homicidal maniacs known as "Israel." We should be ashamed to the point of asking for forgiveness from Iraqi's, but like the true junkie, we are willing to kill anyone or destroy anything that gets in our way of scoring our next fix. Even the slaughter of Iraqi children will not stop our quest to obtain another shot in our arms of the highest costing drug in the world, OIL. Luckily, we're a "GODLY" nation that likes to spout euphemisms, like "Love thy brother."
Just think how murderous we would be if we weren't a "Christian" nation. Now, excuse me while i go puke.

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