Friday, February 04, 2005

Compassion Count

Petitioning msn, all our deaths are as one. To sign the petition go here. To read msn's count go here.

Point ~ in display of universality the petition urges msn to include Iraqi civilian deaths in msn's Iraq: The Human Cost list of casualties. All lives are equal are they not, perhaps more so in death then any place else.

Oh yes, and From Baghdad To New York, run by Laith. Lot's of stuff on it, news and articles and a guest center and all sorts really. You might want to pop along and have a look if you have not already.


4 Comments

#2/04/2005 10:15:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger Alvaro Frota

I had sign and posted the comment:

For MSNBC Americans, only American lifes count. It seems that for MSNBC Americans, all Iraqis are sub-humans and deserved to be killed in order to achieve "democracy".

I am wrong? Prove it and include the Iraqi victims of the American troops as well the American troops victims of Bush, killed by Iraqi Resistance.

And I think MSNBC must include the Lance Report totals in the "human cost of war".

 
#2/05/2005 04:48:00 am Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Alvarro

What do you think about that election? I think they people of Iraq like voting. Voting will catch on there, eh.

TheBlueFinger

 
#2/06/2005 06:31:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Alvaro Frota

Dear TheBlueFinger

Of course Iraqi people liked to vote. Iraqi Resistancy Army call the boycott but allow who wanted to vote to do so. And Iraqi people voted to expel the foreign troops of their country.

Sunni is playing bad cop as Shiite is playing good cop. And, within Shiites, Al-Sistani is the good cop and Al-Sadr is the bad one.

Meant?

Read this article and you will mean.

Aquele abraço!

Alvaro Frota

 
#3/06/2005 03:29:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger emigre

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