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Re: US Soldiers in St. Louis Admit to Rape and Murder in Iraq

Our society does not need to screetch to a halt like a burned up hard drive. I don't doubt any of this. What do we get when we give a bunch of kids the ultimate in people killing equipment and send them on their way into some human beings backyard?

We should only when we really have to, not to maintain some urban commutors gas guzzling consumerious habit. We need to tighten up and change our ways. Its unfortunate the Islamic culture stuck to their principles of humble living in the face of the corporate-military-zionist complex. We should give some gratitude foster low use technology, export it to them and accept their punishments on the truly guilty (it would be much cheaper than our alternatives and definitely not on subjective laws) rather than squeeze them we are all guilty when one of our boys commits such acts. They are then let loose back home for us to have to pick up the pieces. The SF soldiers do have a higher propensity to domestic violence. Its unfortunate society pours its own blood and more so those outside our "boundries".

We must set a new path, and place limits where they need to be. When everyone is reponsibly recycling, when plug in transportation is sufficient, when the rules of interpersonal stranger crime is punished swiftly, fairly, and econcomically on every level regardless of status.

We will reach our year zero, those who supported and where decieved will stand their judgement just as they have always claimed. Break your bonds reduce your use of fuel, starve the beast follow the guidance of Carter who was right after all. Carter is Vindicated through our present travesty. It is only unfortunate the Iranians chose to honor the true tyrant. The cloud of anger blinded them. The blood of the jews has been paid for enough. Let all the brothers come to the table borne naked as fools they are all around way before the small elite few decide to set the whole world afire on their own accord protected in bunkers whilst the expendables are burned on the hell on earth they chose not to stop.
 

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An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
-- Mark Twain
Source: "Glances at History" (suppressed)
 

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