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#31    ali smack

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:31 PM

I believe in the 1980s The US and for that matter British Governments did infact sell weapons to Saddam Hussein which he used to torture and kill his own people.This is most unaceptable.
I sugest the OP look at some of the articles that I posted on this thread regarding the supporting of dictators and killings contributed by the US.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:34 PM

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This is hilarious. It has now went from "that the USA has committed mass murder in the last 60 years!? " - the act of committing mass murder to:

"sorry did the USA invade?"

what's hilarious is that you said the US has committed mass murder and then start posting statistics about wars that the US military had no involvement in!!

serious man...what planet are you on?

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So, after I essentially proved the complete ignorance of Dekker's claim that the U.S. hasn't committed mass murder, he now adds an extra qualifier? There had to now be an invasion (of which he goes on to mention Grenada - facepalm). Man, nice one bruvva!

the only qualifier is that the US themselves actually carried out the killings.

is that difficult for you to get your head round?

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East Timor is most certainly down to the U.S., as I have read in a book on the subject.


:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

i've heard it all now!! your proof is 'i've read a book on the subject'!!!

:lol:

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The U.S. supplied the arms and quelled diplomatic opposition which allowed those atrocities to take place

which isn't remotely the same as the US carrying out mass killings themselves is it....


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He also states that even though the U.S. actively supported, armed, funded and encouraged many of the brutal regimes in South America, that somehow they are void of responsibility.

i didnt say they were totally blameless...i'm saying that the US didnt carry out the murders themselves.

i'll keep saying that til you get your head round it.

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Without the U.S. (CIA) then these acts could not have taken place. these regimes were sanctioned by the U.S. govts of the times.

utter nonsense.

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And also adds that sweeping statement and apologetic notion that it was OK because "they may have been anti-communist. "

i didnt say it was okay..i explained that's why the US suported them.

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He also brings up Grenada (bit stupid considering the stance you are taking here, no?) where it is estimated that thousands were killed. This was all because Grenada were going to (oh my God) buy arms from Czechoslovakia.

wtf are you talkin about!?!?

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Nearly eight thousand soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines had participated in URGENT FURY along with 353 Caribbean allies of the CPF. U.S. forces had sustained 19 killed and 116 wounded; Cuban forces sustained 25 killed, 59 wounded and 638 combatants captured. Grenadian forces casualties were 45 killed and 358 wounded; at least 24 civilians were killed.[15]

stop lying and making stuff up.


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Sudan = the U.S. bombed Sudan in 1998, where it is estimated that "tens of thousands" were left dead as a result.

more total bs!!!

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The missiles were launched from US warships in the Red Sea. Several hit the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical factory, which the United States claimed was helping Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the embassy attacks, build chemical weapons. One man was killed and ten were wounded in Sudan by the strike

i don't think i've ever seen anyone mug themselves off on a forum to such a deep degree before...that 10's of 1000's figure you're referring to has it's genesis in a newspaper article written by an anti-american german politician...there is no mention of this anywhere else.

:lol:

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And what about vietnam, where millions were left dead? What would you call that?  

ermmmm...a war!?!?

how many americans died during the same conflict?

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Dekker, you literally have not a leg to stand on here. You were proved completely wrong in my first post, yet went on to try to argue your case anyways. A completely futile act...

i think you'll find it's yourself who is lookin a bit stupid - 10's of 1000's dead in sudan!?! 1000's killed in grenada!?!?

mate you're either making stuff up from scratch or using some very very questionable sources for this information.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:37 PM

View Postali smack, on 01 June 2011 - 03:31 PM, said:

I believe in the 1980s The US and for that matter British Governments did infact sell weapons to Saddam Hussein which he used to torture and kill his own people.This is most unaceptable.
I sugest the OP look at some of the articles that I posted on this thread regarding the supporting of dictators and killings contributed by the US.

We sold him the WMDs which is why we know he had them.

We gave them to him with the means to make more so he could win the Iranian war. We also sold them plans for a super artillery gun which we stole from WW2 Germany which was the V3 wonder weapon.

Edited by Spark Plug, 01 June 2011 - 03:38 PM.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:40 PM

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You have been given plenty of examples.

which have been refuted. president whoever of whereversville murdering civilians using american supplied weaponry is NOT the us committing mass murder.

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What do you think dropping napalm after napalm in Vietnam was?

a bombing campiagn designed to prevent the vietcong from digging in??

what do you think it was? a deliberate act designed to kill civilians?

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You think you can accidentally kill millions of civilians?  :lol:

where are these millions of civilians the USA has killed then?


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:40 PM

View Postexpandmymind, on 01 June 2011 - 03:30 PM, said:

Indeed it would. This is possibly debatable though, up until you realise that 9/10 people killed by the U.S. drones in Afghanistan/Pakistan are actually civilians. This is essentially just as bad as dropping a bomb on a school where you are sure for definite that there are civilians there (and international law defines it as such). The U.S. knows that 9/10 times, it will hit a group of civilians.. yet the bombs keep-a-comin'.

ok...
This is a mass killing?
Does this count?


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:42 PM

View PostSpark Plug, on 01 June 2011 - 03:37 PM, said:

We sold him the WMDs which is why we know he had them.

We gave them to him with the means to make more so he could win the Iranian war. We also sold them plans for a super artillery gun which we stole from WW2 Germany which was the V3 wonder weapon.

we didnt sell him WMD...that's an old fallacy...the french sold him the precursors not ourselves or the usa.

and the supergun would never have worked...that was an espionage operation.

View Postrashore, on 01 June 2011 - 03:40 PM, said:


detroit counts.

the first one doesn't...they weren't killing out of any official policy.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 03:44 PM

View Postexpandmymind, on 01 June 2011 - 03:30 PM, said:

Dekker: "no genocide is what happened when the communist khmer rouge took control.". Indeed you may be correct, but that doesn't mean that I am not. indiscriminate bombing of civilians is quite clearly genocide. Especially when it results in hundreds of thousands dead.

Wiki: Genocide is defined as "the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group". I think Cambodia (and Vietnam) qualify. Along with Nicaragua and a few others that you could possibly debate.

you what?!?

the us actions in cambodia and vietnam in no way constitute genocide. there was no policy to kill any particular group of anyone....and again the US did not invade nicaragua...no US military forces served there.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:16 PM

View Postdekker87, on 01 June 2011 - 03:40 PM, said:

which have been refuted. president whoever of whereversville murdering civilians using american supplied weaponry is NOT the us committing mass murder.


This is getting tedious. You have refuted nothing as anyone with eyes can read.


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a bombing campiagn designed to prevent the vietcong from digging in??

what do you think it was? a deliberate act designed to kill civilians?

I can't believe you're even trying to debate this. I mean it is a matter of public record.

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where are these millions of civilians the USA has killed then?

Eh.. dead..

And that was a reference to Vietnam only.

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which have been refuted. president whoever of whereversville murdering civilians using american supplied weaponry is NOT the us committing mass murder.

No, it is U.S. sanctioned and supported murder.

Noam Chomsky: El Salvador, Oscar Romero, who was assassinated
in 1980.l Romero was assassinated only a few days
after he had written a letter to President Jimmy Carter
pleading with him not to send aid to the military junta in
El Salvador, which would be used to crush people struggling
for their elementary human rights

This is sanctioning murder. No two ways about it. Without such arms, thousands of innocent civilians would have been spared. And on and on it goes. This is how the U.S. generally operates.

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what's hilarious is that you said the US has committed mass murder and then start posting statistics about wars that the US military had no involvement in!!

What exactly are you talking about? I have given many examples and then went on to further explain how the U.S. facilitates and sanctions mass murders, which is essentially just as bad.

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serious man...what planet are you on?

Definitely a different one from you it seems...

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the only qualifier is that the US themselves actually carried out the killings.

Need I go back to my original post in this thread? I have provided many examples.

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i've heard it all now!! your proof is 'i've read a book on the subject'!!!

/Sigh.

A Quarter Century of U.S. Support for Occupation

East Timor Truth Commission report uses declassified U.S. documents to call for reparations from U.S. for its support of Indonesian invasion and occupation of East Timor from 1975 until U.N. sponsored vote in 1999


http://www.gwu.edu/~...BB174/index.htm

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which isn't remotely the same as the US carrying out mass killings themselves is it....

Actually, considering that such acts could not have been carried out without the help of the U.S. (read the above link), it essentially is the same. Especially when the acts are public knowledge hyet the support still continues.

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i didnt say they were totally blameless...i'm saying that the US didnt carry out the murders themselves.

How many times must I tell you that I have already provided very legitimate examples. I know you think you have "refuted" the examples, but you have not. Nicaragua, Cambodia/Laos, Vietnam, Sudan, Grenada, and there are loads more.

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utter nonsense.

How is it utter nonsense to state that "Without the U.S. (CIA) then these acts could not have taken place. these regimes were sanctioned by the U.S. govts of the times."?

No U.S. armd (and training much of the time) = no thousands of dead civilians.

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i didnt say it was okay..i explained that's why the US suported them.

So you are now claiming that it was wrong of the U.S. to support, fund, train (much of the time) and arm these brutal regimes? Could this be morals actually creeping into your post? Never...

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wtf are you talkin about!?!?

My bad, I simply got my figures/situations mixed up. I definitely did not "make it up".

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more total bs!!!


i don't think i've ever seen anyone mug themselves off on a forum to such a deep degree before...that 10's of 1000's figure you're referring to has it's genesis in a newspaper article written by an anti-american german politician...there is no mention of this anywhere else.

Unfortunately the factory was Sudan's primary source of pharmaceuticals, covering the majority of the Sudanese market. Werner Daum (Germany's ambassador to Sudan 1996–2000) wrote an article in which he estimated that the attack "probably led to tens of thousands of deaths" of Sudanese civilians.


http://en.wikipedia....n_(August_1998)

That's what happens when you target a place where medicine is created in a Third World Country. Lost of people die as a result.

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ermmmm...a war!?!?

Just because it was a war, does not mean that the mass murder of civilians did not happen. This is like claiming allied/German bombing of civilian centres was not mass murder = it was.

Regardless of the mistake I made about Grenada, the U.S. is still, quite clearly, guilty of mass murder, by definition. There is no escaping this fact.

Edited by expandmymind, 01 June 2011 - 04:23 PM.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:19 PM

View Postdekker87, on 01 June 2011 - 03:44 PM, said:

you what?!?

the us actions in cambodia and vietnam in no way constitute genocide. there was no policy to kill any particular group of anyone....and again the US did not invade nicaragua...no US military forces served there.

Regardless of whether or not you consider them to be genocide, they are quite clearly and undeniably mass murder. The bombings were indiscriminate.

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there was no policy to kill any particular group of anyone

Cambodians.

With Nicaragua, what do troops have to do with anything? Or invasion? When you level a country with a bombing campaign which results in tens of thousands of civilians killed, it is mass murder.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:23 PM

View Postdekker87, on 01 June 2011 - 03:42 PM, said:

we didnt sell him WMD...that's an old fallacy...the french sold him the precursors not ourselves or the usa.

and the supergun would never have worked...that was an espionage operation.

detroit counts.

the first one doesn't...they weren't killing out of any official policy.

Saddam Hussein got his WMDs from the British and Reagon + Thatcher tried their best to cover it up but theres millions of ex-service men out there that know different.

There was nothing wrong with the supergun


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:24 PM

View PostSpark Plug, on 01 June 2011 - 03:07 PM, said:

You live in a country where all emails are stored and monitored.

That means if you become a problem they know who to make disappear (if they operate like that).

If that was the case half the members of these forums would have disappeared years ago. Heck we have people who supported open rebellion and they're still around.


Four people equal a mass murder? That seems rather...low.

Anyway for the topic has a whole yes the US is guilty of general carelessness in war resulting in high civilian deaths and turning a blind eye to brutal governments because they weren't commies. Though aside from some cases in Vietnam not sure there's much in the way of focused mass murders. Certainly not enough to make the US the most evil thing ever that some members seem to think. Of course that changes if we take the four dead = mass murder theory in which case the majority of the world governments are guilty.

War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things: the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth a war, is much worse...A man who has nothing which he is willing to fight for, nothing which he cares more about than he does about his personal safety, is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:25 PM

View PostCorp, on 01 June 2011 - 04:24 PM, said:

If that was the case half the members of these forums would have disappeared years ago. Heck we have people who supported open rebellion and they're still around.


Four people equal a mass murder? That seems rather...low.

Anyway for the topic has a whole yes the US is guilty of general carelessness in war resulting in high civilian deaths and turning a blind eye to brutal governments because they weren't commies. Though aside from some cases in Vietnam not sure there's much in the way of focused mass murders. Certainly not enough to make the US the most evil thing ever that some members seem to think. Of course that changes if we take the four dead = mass murder theory in which case the majority of the world governments are guilty.

Mass murder (in military contexts, sometimes interchangeable with "mass destruction") is the act of murdering a large number of people (four or more), typically at the same time or over a relatively short period of time.[1] According to the FBI, mass murder is defined as four or more murders occurring during a particular event with no cooling-off period between the murders. A mass murder typically occurs in a single location in which a number of victims are killed by an individual or more.[2]

http://en.wikipedia....iki/Mass_murder

FBI definition.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:30 PM

View PostSpark Plug, on 01 June 2011 - 04:23 PM, said:

Saddam Hussein got his WMDs from the British and Reagon + Thatcher tried their best to cover it up but theres millions of ex-service men out there that know different.

There was nothing wrong with the supergun
True.
I've even posted evidence of it on this thread.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:31 PM

ok...i'm getting a little bored of repeating myself here...

situations where the USA supported those who carried out mass murder does not equal the USA committing mass murder.

situations where the USA provided the arms which were then used in mass murder does not equal the USA committing mass murder.

situations where the USA bombed military targets and civilians were killed during such attacks does not equal the USA committing mass murder.

situations where the USA bombed a target which then subsequently prevented medicines being produced does not equal the USA committing mass murder.

you've been clearly proven to have LIED about grenada and the sudan...your anti-american fanaticism is clouding your judgement to the extent you're making things up.

the ONLY incident you've posted that i may revise my opinion of is the cambodian bombing campaign...everything else that you've posted is utterly groundless.

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With Nicaragua, what do troops have to do with anything? Or invasion? When you level a country with a bombing campaign which results in tens of thousands of civilians killed, it is mass murder.

what!?!? are you now claiming that US warplanes attacked nicuragua during the 80's!?!? and killed tens of thousands of people??!

maaan!! what are you smoking up there cos i want some!!


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 04:35 PM

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So you are now claiming that it was wrong of the U.S. to support, fund, train (much of the time) and arm these brutal regimes? Could this be morals actually creeping into your post? Never...

if you slowed down a little and realised who you're arguin with you may realise that i'm not some blind supporter of the USA.

i just don't like bull****.

and sayin the usa has committed mass murders is bs of the highest order.

bs that actually strengthens the case of the rabid right wing in the us because it's bs that is so easily disproved.





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