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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Questions.


    1. Are you no longer an American citizen? How did you do this?

    2. Do you hold your new home country (france?) at ll culpable for using the oil for food program as a giant embezzelment scheme, in fact partially causing the war in Iraq?

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    i have taken up my second citizenship. i turned in my American passport and renounced at that time that i was no longer in need of that status. I now living on my French passport. I do not live in France. i have a home there though. i live now in Israel. i do this because my wife was seeking out her heritage in her faith journey. she is Jewish and we thought that it would be good to stand in the land of her faith roots. she has immersed herself in study. she spends many hours at the Wailing Wall to prey. When we move wei will more than likely apply for status in my new country of South Afrika. My wife is a citizen of Poland as well.

    when i take on the South Afrikan Citizenship that is what i will become. Staying out of the US for three years would end a citizenship as well.

    i do hold many responsible for the ills we see in the world. France and others that helped to create problems in Iraq. yes i do and i speak out against that as well.

    when you talk about how good it was the Saddam was taken out. i agree that he was an unfit leader. i do believe that he should have been ousted. i don't deny these things.

    i believe that the people of Iraq needed to do tis or at least lead the way. they did not. freedom is earned in many ways.

    i do hold all or the countries that were part of the invasion coalition just as responsible. this happens to be pretty much an American opinion forum. i have been an American. My father fought in wars as did my brother for the US. I know the country.

    I hope this answers your questions.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    wow! a 2 yr old baby girl, i'm sure you will love her very much.
    we can't wait to see her. she will join our 1 year old adopted son who was born in Poland. we are so excited. My wife loves children and would have us have 75 of them. Her heart is so big for the children of the world.

    thank you. we do love them very much.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    I learned to hate them in the 1st Gulf war.... I would do everything, I mean everything to make sure my picture was not taken.... Sometimes it wasn't very pleasant... I hate the press.
    i understand that we can be a pain but we are the truth on the battle field. i do object to the one sided journalists that say that all the problems are one sided. they happen on both sides. that is fair journalism when you tell about both side.

    was it you that kept covering his face with a pillow trying to hide. i say that jokingly but there was a soldier Army as i recall that did that whenever we came around.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    yeah, she bashes the military with outright lies, ignoring the atrocities of the savages....


    You and GD thank her for this? Telling, very telling.
    i write about both sides. i filmed a story showing the insurgents using children to protect them as they went from building to building. the story was written telling the restraint of the Us Marines that held their fire so as not to harm the children. the down side is that i don't think the US Marines should have been there at all to cause this sort of ting. but the copy and film gave accolades to the US Marines.

    so no i am not one sided. i just see that many of the events would not have occurred had the coalition not been there at all.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Can you link to one story you have published telling the stories of "heros", you sound just like that flat rachael corey...
    my film is attached to the stories from the news agencies that i was working with. i did not write any stories i was the film that accompanied those stories.i do not even know where most of the film winds up. when i move and am resettled if you like i will post some pictures and text of what you ask. life is a mess now and when i have those in my hands i would do that for you. sorry for the wait. i have been asked to show the pics of the child we are adopting and i can't get to those either.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by katiegrrl0 View Post
    this view is so the lies of war would never be heard. what is done in the dark rooms should stay there with the bodies. is that what you are saying.

    you don't like people who tell the truth about what you guys do on purpose and by accident.

    the chlldren's playground hit by a stray missile was just one of those things the military does not like tossed in their faces. the colapsed wing on the hospital another. the bombs that missed the target and hit civilian homes where there were families at home.

    you don't like those kind of stories. maybe you did not have to take the pictures of the remains in the streets. maybe you just drove by patting yourself on the back for the great kill.

    no the military does not like the reporter. they spit on them. they kick dirt on them. they cower when the journalists tell the truth about what really goes on in the glorious military.

    why do i have such a low opinion of the military because i saw just what hell you bring in the name of glory.

    death and destruction is the trademark. all the time patting your back and waving your little flags while 100's of thousands perish.

    go ahead hate me. i know the truth and you don't scare me in the least. like wild dogs you run in packs as the animals that you become once signed on.

    the journalist is the truth. the military is the lie.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by katiegrrl0 View Post
    i understand that we can be a pain but we are the truth on the battle field. i do object to the one sided journalists that say that all the problems are one sided. they happen on both sides. that is fair journalism when you tell about both side.

    was it you that kept covering his face with a pillow trying to hide. i say that jokingly but there was a soldier Army as i recall that did that whenever we came around.



    no, we used other tools to confer on the reporter they weren't welcome.
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by katiegrrl0 View Post
    i have taken up my second citizenship. i turned in my American passport and renounced at that time that i was no longer in need of that status. I now living on my French passport. I do not live in France. i have a home there though. i live now in Israel. i do this because my wife was seeking out her heritage in her faith journey. she is Jewish and we thought that it would be good to stand in the land of her faith roots. she has immersed herself in study. she spends many hours at the Wailing Wall to prey. When we move wei will more than likely apply for status in my new country of South Afrika. My wife is a citizen of Poland as well.

    when i take on the South Afrikan Citizenship that is what i will become. Staying out of the US for three years would end a citizenship as well.

    i do hold many responsible for the ills we see in the world. France and others that helped to create problems in Iraq. yes i do and i speak out against that as well.

    when you talk about how good it was the Saddam was taken out. i agree that he was an unfit leader. i do believe that he should have been ousted. i don't deny these things.

    i believe that the people of Iraq needed to do tis or at least lead the way. they did not. freedom is earned in many ways.

    i do hold all or the countries that were part of the invasion coalition just as responsible. this happens to be pretty much an American opinion forum. i have been an American. My father fought in wars as did my brother for the US. I know the country.

    I hope this answers your questions.



    did you do it formally?


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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Quote Originally Posted by katiegrrl0
    when you talk about how good it was the Saddam was taken out. i agree that he was an unfit leader. i do believe that he should have been ousted. i don't deny these things.

    i believe that the people of Iraq needed to do tis or at least lead the way. they did not. freedom is earned in many ways.
    Quote Originally Posted by katiegrrl0 View Post
    i just see that many of the events would not have occurred had the coalition not been there at all.
    Yet, atrocities would still have occurred. You would still have two people subjugated: the Shia and the Kurds. Freedom is bloody. The history of the US is testament to that. The Iraqis had already tried and failed to remove the yoke of Saddam and even if they had succeeded, the result may have been another dictatorship. We imposed our will and led them to a real democracy. That must count for something with you, doesn't it?
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    Re: U.S. troops hope Afghanistan sacrifices not in vain

    Never ending war - with failure as a result ?

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