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Horrific attack all right but they aren't the only ones murdering children on a grand scale.

Bill Clinton imposed sanctions on Iraq that led to the deaths of 500, 000 people, the majority of them children and he gets a red carpet welcome practically everywhere he goes.

 Bush and Blair have the blood of a million on their hands, and Israel mass murders children for fun without hardly a whisper from the west.

Maybe I'm being a little naive but to me the difference here is that these b**tards carried out this atrocity on purpose whereas Clinton, etc were trying to make things better whether they made major mistakes or not.

There is really no in between here. Children were killed in 2 different circumstances.

Yesterday in horrific circumstances, and via the US and the UK, a long slow death.

If you think Clinton was trying to make things better then you are way of the mark.

The deaths of 500,000 due to his sanctions is not a major mistake. It's genocide. There's a big difference

Madeleine Albright in an interview with 60 minutes said "the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children was worth it"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4PgpbQfxgo

How outraged would we be if a Taliban fighter apperared on TV and said the deaths of those children was worth it?

If you get a chance, read this article by John Pilger who witnessed the slow deaths of children in Iraq due to brutal sanctions imposed by the US and the UK via a corrupt UN Security Council.

http://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2000/mar/04/weekend7.weekend9

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 17, 2014, 08:58:12 AM »
Obama didn't wait long to attack as Dronea Strikes killed 11 this morning

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 17, 2014, 05:25:14 AM »
I wish that people could simply acknowledge this atrocity for what it is and not politicize it.

GHD you are all right but ffs there is a time and a place, a right thread and a wrong thread to push your anti American agenda, this thread should have been left alone imho.

For a man so concerned about the Palestinians you never even mentioned the loss of the lives these children, I would imagine it was because you were simply too keen to get to the yank bashing!!!
Stew it's failed politics that played a part in this massacre. 
There is global outrage at this attack yet during the summer when 500 children were killed in Gaza the same people stayed silent. Today 50, 000 children are living in shelter and are refused any building materials by Israel,  with thefull support of the West.
Sadly we live in a world where the media play a major role in telling us where and when we should be outraged.  All children and adults fof that matter should have a right to go to school without fear and be treated equally.  Sadly we don't live in that kind of world as history has proved that depending on who is killed and by whom the outrage is always different. This attack and the attacks on the schools in Gaza during the summer is a prime example.

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 08:38:29 PM »
http://tribune.com.pk/story/229844/the-day-69-children-died/

evil scum. Poor children. Dixie, you are beyond contempt.

Is there any difference between a US Drone strike that killed 69 children or this attack today?

You are do blind its scary.

When a us drone kills 69 and you post up here about it, do you temper that by reminding us that the Taliban also killed 130 children? Answer= no you don't. Now take your yank bashing to another thread you sad git.
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Truth is hard to handle sometimes for you Itchy.

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 08:14:08 PM »
http://tribune.com.pk/story/229844/the-day-69-children-died/

evil scum. Poor children. Dixie, you are beyond contempt.
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Is there any difference between a US Drone strike that killed 69 children or this attack today? 
 

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 02:05:08 PM »
Horrific attack all right but they aren't the only ones murdering children on a grand scale.

Bill Clinton imposed sanctions on Iraq that led to the deaths of 500, 000 people, the majority of them children and he gets a red carpet welcome practically everywhere he goes.

 Bush and Blair have the blood of a million on their hands, and Israel mass murders children for fun without hardly a whisper from the west.

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General discussion / Re: Rory McIlroy
« on: December 15, 2014, 01:33:45 PM »
Thisw is a good video of Colin McRae driving the Jordan F1 car at Silverstone, and Martin Brundle driving Mcrae's WRC Subaru

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL6QySEfK0Q

On topic, the SPOTY awards has turned into an X Factor type show. McIlroy was miles ahead of Hamilton, but it was
down to Hamiltons recent success that clinched it. Good entertainment for a couple of hours on a Sunday night.

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General discussion / Re: Pictures of pitches at my work
« on: October 19, 2014, 12:20:39 PM »
Cut it out lads.
Mods involved now. Who grassed on us?
You have to be careful of those mods,they are always hiding in the long grass ready to pounce.

Don't forget about the mod behind the grassy knoll

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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: August 28, 2014, 10:11:29 PM »
A great article by Max Blumenthal who is in Gaza and interviewed Palestinians who were used by Israel as human shields as they went on a murderous rampage

http://www.alternet.org/gaza-residents-share-monstrous-allegations-abuse-israeli-soldiers?paging=off&current_page=1#bookmark

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General discussion / Re: most famous person you have met
« on: August 28, 2014, 10:05:28 PM »
Borris Becker at a hotel bar on Miami. Had a beer with Marcus Latrell-Lone Survivor-at a conference where he was the guest speaker. Got my picture taken with Enda Kenny last year. Used to meet The leader of the Seanad all the time when he and his wife owned a chipper in Castlebar

You're lucky you didn't meet Borris in the broom cupboard Whitey    ;)

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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: August 26, 2014, 06:18:38 PM »
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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: August 26, 2014, 05:58:45 PM »
Live footage of the celebrations in Gaza right now:

http://rt.com/on-air/gaza-ceasefire-gunshots-celebrate/

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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: August 26, 2014, 03:20:41 PM »
Israel, Palestine agree on long-term Gaza truce – Hamas spokesman

A long-term truce in Gaza has been agreed with Israel ending seven weeks of fighting, according to Hamas officials. An announcement on the extended ceasefire is to be expected in Egypt.

"An agreement has been reached between the two sides and we are awaiting the announcement from Cairo to determine the zero hour for implementation," said the spokesman, Sami Abu Zuhri.

An anonymous Palestinian official also told AFP that the contacts working on the issue in Egypt's capital "agreed a permanent cease-fire, a [deal to] end the blockade and a guarantee that Gaza's demands and needs will be met."

Israel has so far declined to comment on the report.

However, a spokesman for a group called the Palestinian Popular Resistance Committees – which has been responsible for directing rockets into Israel – told Reuters that Egypt could be announcing the news within two hours.

Earlier, Hamas' deputy leader in Cairo, Moussa Abu Marzoul, told Haaretz: “The negotiations have ended and we have reached understandings that underscore the steadfast stance of the Palestinian people with the victory of the resistance.”

“We are waiting for an official announcement to set the final hour and announce a cease-fire and an end to Israeli aggression.”

http://rt.com/news/182888-gaza-truce-israel-agree/

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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: August 25, 2014, 11:12:00 PM »
Another heavy night of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza as over 25 people were injured including 4 paramedics and a journalist after Israeli warplanes destroyed a 15-story rise building in Gaza city. Leaving over 100 families homeless. This is the 2nd rise building to be targeted in the past 2 days.

Video of attack on the Italian tower:

https://www.facebook.com/updatefromgaza/posts/688835744527263

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General discussion / Re: Willie Frazer and FAIR
« on: August 25, 2014, 04:58:24 PM »
George Galloway: I'm suing Willie Frazer over Ulster Hall Isis rant

By Suzanne Breen – 25 August 2014

George Galloway is taking legal action against Willie Frazer over remarks the campaigner for Protestant victims made about him at a loyalist protest outside the Ulster Hall.

In a video widely circulating on social media, Mr Frazer makes a series of allegations about the Respect MP, including his alleged attitude to Muslim jihadists Isis, which last week beheaded US journalist James Foley.

Mr Galloway has in the past strongly condemned Isis and said Mr Foley's beheading filled him with "loathing, disgust and fury".

The MP told the Belfast Telegraph that Mr Frazer's video was now in the hands of his solicitors.

"No one objects to the right to protest or the right to make fair comment. That is part of the rough and tumble of politics," he said.

He added, however, that it was another matter when a "serial protester" makes remarks which "blatantly cross the line".

"My solicitor is dealing with it. Let the law take its course," he added.

The Respect MP has won several high-profile libel actions in the past. He was awarded £150,000 damages when he sued the Daily Telegraph over allegations that he was in the pay of Saddam Hussein.

As Mr Galloway addressed a 1,000-strong crowd in the Ulster Hall on Saturday night, around 200 loyalists waving Union, Israel and English Defence League flags protested outside. Belfast DUP councillor Ruth Patterson took part in the picket.

Mr Galloway hailed the event, which was sold out, as a "huge success" and said he was now planning to hold another public meeting in Derry's Millennium Forum.

The only heckler in the hall berated him for supporting Irish unity but not Scottish independence. "I don't like to see small islands partitioned," the MP retorted. He repeated his controversial call for a boycott of Israeli goods and services, saying: "Today has been another bloody day in Gaza. Many children were carried out of the rubble minus their heads. A river of blood is flowing in Gaza and we must stop it.

"We must treat Israel the same way as we treated apartheid South Africa. Boycotts do work and this one is costing Israel tens of millions."

Mr Galloway said it was "morally wrong" for Invest NI and Stormont to have funded Caterpillar, the US firm with plants in Belfast and Larne, which makes bulldozers used by the Israeli military to destroy Palestinian homes.

The Respect MP said the turnout in the Ulster Hall for him was testimony to the fact that people were fed up with mainstream politicians.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/northern-ireland/george-galloway-im-suing-willie-frazer-over-ulster-hall-isis-rant-30532791.html

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