"The problem in defense is how far you can go without destroying from within what you are trying to defend from without."
~Dwight D. Eisenhower
The same analysis that was conducted by two researchers in the Milosovic trial was carried out in Iraq with an even larger sample size.
In the Milosovic case the USA was happy to accept the civialin death toll and in fact Milosoic was convicted upon this evidence been accurate.
The USA however just couldnt stomach the same analysis by the same two researchers when applied to US civilian death numbers in Iraq since they invaded in 2003.
Why do you think that is the case?
In any case, let's take your reliable figures to be accurate - lets say 100,000 Iraqi civilians were killed - is this a crime? Who will pay for these deaths? The case againgst Saddam Hussein was based upon the deaths of 140 prisoners.
Your level of hypocricy and refusal to accept the basic principle of Universality is breath taking to say the least
What would little baby Jesus think of your level of immorality?
Last edited by Klown; 09-17-12 at 08:49 PM.
Approximately 75% of US foreign Aid is actually military and defense related - which goes into the pockets of US corporations anyway - lol
The rest goes to US corporations who get overpriced fat cat contracts to build bridges and infrastucture for US corporatons who are luting that nations resources without paying much local tax to the people.
Do you care to retract yur previous argument?
I am sure the Mubarak dictactor in Egypt enjoyed 30 years of US foreign Aid - I hear that the Egyptians are chasing about 70 billion dollars of Mubarak cold cash that he funneled out of Egypt into Swiss banks and off shore havens
US Humanitarian Aid - lol
Try millions upon millions of US TAXPAYERS DOLLARS given freely without any assistance from the Government. Course when you can show any others that give more. You just might have some ground to stand upon.
Klown, Do you believe in God and have you ever been to Waco, Texas?
I didnt realise that a person can eat a machine gun - you may be correct though - perhaps there is nutritional value in bullets and tank armour - I will have to check it with the World Health Organisation and the Red Cross
I will get back to you in early December on that one!