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"It is no good to try to stop knowledge from going forward. Ignorance is never better than knowledge."
Enrico Fermi

November 20, 2005

Target?

Is there any condemnation of this and this?

As for
this....does anyone remotely believe that nutcase when he says he isn't targeting Islam? If the destruction of 2 mosques is not considered a targeting of Islam, I don't know what is. They will kill anyone..regardless of nationality, religion or political leaning. They are killers....why does it only seem to be the West, Jordan and the Iraqi people be they Shia or Sunni, that realise this?

Do you think this is normal? It appears that Iraqis seem to be of two distinct camps at the moment....psychopaths or victims of psychopaths.

Update: Disowned?

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7 Comments:

Blogger puremood said to The MuppetLord...

I do not think any of it is normal. I think everyone is a target for such killer tho it does appear some are more targets than others.

I hope you didn't take offense of my "anyone"... I didn't mean it in a bad way :)

November 21, 2005 12:40 am  
Blogger MuppetLord said to The MuppetLord...

Hey no worries PM.

November 21, 2005 11:22 am  
Blogger Lennie Briscoe said to The MuppetLord...

I think that it is happening so often now, the British public are becoming desensitized to it. It doesn't make it any less worse. I can imagine the carnage should the coalition pull out now. There would undoutably be a bloody coupe...

November 21, 2005 1:06 pm  
Blogger MuppetLord said to The MuppetLord...

I don't think it would be a coup, just a period of carnage.

November 21, 2005 5:27 pm  
Blogger Tololy said to The MuppetLord...

I think it is illogical to assume that the presence of the coalition forces in Iraq has a major role in making the country a "safer" place. If indeed it has such a role, then why did a huge number of suicide attacks and what not occur when the coalition forces enetered the country?

That is certainly not to say that the presence of international bodies in Iraq has no effect whatsoever,but it should shed some light on the "why" behind what is happening. I do not think I can accept that a certain country, be it not Iraq, but any other, tolerates the presence of foreign troops on its land, as a principle.

I am against such random, or perhaps not so random, acts of bloodshed. The fact that they are "out and beyond" makes them no less nauseating to my senses.

November 22, 2005 7:46 am  
Blogger MuppetLord said to The MuppetLord...

It would be understandable if they were primarily targeting the foreign troops...but they're not. It is ordinary Iraqis that are being killed.

November 23, 2005 11:12 am  
Blogger Tololy said to The MuppetLord...

I understand that it is mostly Iraqi people who are being killed. The reason behind such acts remains a mystery to me.

November 24, 2005 8:05 pm  

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