Thursday, August 23, 2007



Yes, you saw them here "first", Folks! We all know the "travesty" of "judgement" and "human conduct" that was Abu Ghraib. The thing about Abu Ghraib was, it was "exposed" by "ethical and moral" Americans, and "rightly" so. If it had happened in an Islamofascist country, you wouldn't have heard a "peep" about it, the "bones" would have been found "20 years later". That is the "way in the West", you are accountable for your actions, and people strive to "be better", and if you commit a crime, you will have to "atone" for your actions. Anyways, I have received some new photos of "more abuse" happening in Iraq, "perpetrated" against children. Check out these unbelievable photos!


Armed American Troops force Iraqi kids to "seesaw" until they "talk"!


Iraqi child bites GI in "self defense" after "obvious torture"!


GI overheard to say "Talk or I'll tickle you till you pee!"
More "evidence" of "failed" US Intelligence policy!


Soldier attempts to eat Iraqi child!


Clear evidence of "forced labour" by US Troops!


Iraqi children grateful that American Forces did not "open fire" during soccer game!


Soldier "caught" at "Tickle-Torture" to "extract" intelligence!


GI forces Iraqi child to "hang by fingertips"!


GI attempts to "abduct" Iraqi child!

"Do you think?" Like I said, Abu Ghraib was an "aberration", but our people "over there" are some of the "finest human beings" this old earth has ever seen. "Support Them"!!! "Oh yeah", one last "photo", followed by the "newspaper write-up".


-"Comforting Embrace"-

Air Force Chief Master Sgt. John Gebhardt, of the 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group at Balad, Iraq, cradles a young girl as they both sleep in the hospital. The girl's entire family was executed by insurgents; the killers shot her in the head as well. The girl received treatment at the US military hospital in Balad, but cries and moans often. According to nurses at the facility, Gebhardt is the only one who can calm down the girl, so he has spent the last several nights holding her while they both sleep in a chair.

READ MORE ABOUT- "HERO" Chief Master Sgt. John Gebhardt

In closing, "words from the soul" of Chief Master Sgt. Gebhardt: "I pray for the best for the Iraqi children. I can't tell the difference between their kids and our kids. The Iraqi parents have the same care and compassion for their children as any American."

awesome pics...tribute to the true reason to be there ...and... for not just the mission look at how the children are treated...american moms and dads that miss either their own son or daughter...niece nepthew or any kid colour creed or religon....godspeed to the most recent blackhawk downing...god bless their effort too. larry..keep up the good work
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