01-14-2005, 09:47 PM #1
Smallpox.....watching medical investigations on TV
Did you know that the whites running the trading posts intentionally sold Indians blankets infected with smallpox.....would you call that terrorism??
Sounds like we committed acts of barbarism not that long ago.......bioweapon in a blanket for the Indians to wrap their children in......nice huh?
01-14-2005, 09:48 PM #2
And then we talk all about the US being founded on "Christian" principles......
01-15-2005, 04:55 AM #3
let me tell u 1 thing if u cant do nething bout it DONT EVEN BOTHER URSELFF WITH IT CUZ IT AINT WORTH IT
01-15-2005, 09:30 AM #4
I just posted this because for some reason we Americans believe we were founded on higher principles than other countries, and that we have higher moral standards than people of other races. However, when we made OUR
land grab, we resorted to the same kinds of terrorist tactics employed by other peoples. We are a people that are like the defrocked preachers. On the outside we look great and we like to tell everyone how to act, but hidden inside and in our past are the same kinds of vile actions we claim to abhor.
SO, before we open our mouths and load up the bombs on the jets, we would be wise to examine our past and our own moral fiber. We should reflect on whose ground our buildings sit and the acts we committed to take this property.
01-15-2005, 03:06 PM #5
Yep. American's ethics pretty well sucks.
January 2003: "We have proof they have WMD, let's blow 'em up first!" -Bush
January 2005: "Sorry, looks like they don't have WMDs, hee hee hee!" -Bush
. . . a basic building block of American politic: The Big Lie. Got 1300 Americans killed so far, Got 30,000 foreigners killed, turned Iraq into a hotbed of terrorists, got the rest of the planet pissed off at the US, cost $200 billion ($1500 per taxpayer), and didn't get the guy responsible for the 9/11 bombing.
American foreign policy is nothing to be proud of.
It would have been lots cheaper to have built $200 billion of shiny new hospitals and schools and etc in Iraq instead of bombing 'em, would have given the US a better reputation in the Mideast, and we'd have 1300 American servicemen alive today, and thousands more with all their arms and legs . . .
But that's just the current war . . . there's lots more unethical stuff that the US does both at home and abroad. Ya, it's pretty sad . . .
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