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    • Axel
    • 05.09.07 | 23:40 (IDT)

    As expected, you have nothing but the old propaganda lies about Hiroshima and Nagasaki ... and of course your country's napalm distinguished between Vietcong and civilians ... intelligent napalm, I suppose. "My country`s Mei Lai, didn`t compare in mortality rates to Lidice or any of your concentration camps" YOUR contry's My Lai had the distinction of becoming public by pure chance - a photographer was present and departed from the custom of sweeping bad things under the rug, as army superiors tried (a tradition remarkably upheld in Iraq), and the dozens and dozens of unknown My Lais never made headlines. And even My Lai NEVER brought an American soldier to justice. And finally, what is left for you is clutching at numbers - as if quantity makes a change in quality. Our soldiers from Lidice, at least, aren't honored by presidential addresses at Veteran's conventions like YOUR soldiers from My Lai.

    from the article: Solana: There is no potential for war between Israel and Syria
    First published 00:00 02.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.09.07
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