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14-09-2003, 01:44 PM

تاريخ التسجيل: 06-03-2002
مجموع المشاركات: 1993

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    If you are still shaken by the horrifying scenes of
    September 11, please observe a moment of silence for
    the 5,000 civilian lives lost in the New York,
    Washington, DC and Pennsylvania attacks.

    While we're at it, let's have 13 minutes of silence
    for the 130,000 Iraqi civilians killed in 1991 by
    order of President Bush Sr. Take another moment to
    remember how Americans celebrated and cheered
    in the streets.

    Now another 20 minutes of silence for the 200,000
    Iranians killed by Iraqi soldiers using weapons and
    money provided to young Saddam Hussein by the American
    government before the great eagle turned all its power
    against Iraq.

    Another 15 minutes of silence for the Russians and
    150,000 Afghans killed by troups supported and trained
    by the CIA.

    Plus 10 minutes of silence for 300,000 Japanese killed
    in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the Atomic bombs dropped
    by the USA.

    We've just kept quiet for one hour: one minute for the
    Americans killed in NY, DC, and Pennsylvania, 59
    minutes for their victims throughout the world.

    If you are still in awe, let's have another hour of
    silence for all those killed in Vietnam, which is not
    something Americans like to admit.

    The US went to another continent thousands of miles away
    and burnt tens of thousands of Vietnamese peasants with napalm.

    Or for the massacre in Panama in 1989, where American
    troops attacked poor villagers, leaving 20,000
    Panamanians homeless and thousands more dead.

    Or for the millions of children who have died because
    of the USA embargoes on Iraq and Cuba.

    Or the hundreds of thousands brutally murdered
    throughout the world by US-sponsored civil wars and
    coups d'etat (Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia,
    Guatemala, El Salvador to name a few).

    Maybe, and although the memory of Americans claims
    otherwise, someone may remember the USA attack on
    Bagdad where 18,000 civilians were killed. Did someone
    see it on CNN? Was justice ever served? Or was there
    even any retaliation?

    We hope that Americans finally begin to understand
    their vulnerability and the attacks and other
    tragedies that they have caused around the world.
    The dead in other places hurt as much as the dead of
    the Towers, maybe even more!

    What about the 560,000 Iraqi children (as per current UN data)
    who have died as a direct cause of the US supported sanctions
    against Iraq?

    What about a new generation of nearly one million Iraqi children
    who are currently having their lives being ruined by improper
    nutrition, lack of medicine and inferior education because of
    US supported sanctions.

    Now, let's talk about terrorism, shall we?

    David A' Gardner
    [email protected]
    International Solidarity:
    Palestine, Ireland, Chechnya, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Columbia, Euskadi,
    Kashmir, Iraq

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  Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? cola17-09-03, 08:03 PM
    Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? haneena17-09-03, 10:37 PM
      Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? aba18-09-03, 04:04 PM
    Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? aba18-09-03, 04:02 PM
  Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? Kobista18-09-03, 04:26 PM
    Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? aba18-09-03, 05:02 PM
  Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? بدرالدين شنا18-09-03, 06:28 PM
  Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? Kobista18-09-03, 08:43 PM
    Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? aba18-09-03, 09:28 PM
  Re: A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR EVERYONE? Kobista19-09-03, 11:14 AM

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