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Family in trunk of car

Photo: Dan Chung/PoolUS soldier in desert

Photo: AFPIraq civilian morning loss of loved one.

Many coffins.

Photo: AFP
US bomber

Photo: PoolLittle girl and family being terrorized by US bombs

Photo: APUS soldiers walking besides dead body

Photo: AFP
US helicopter being hit

Photo: PoolHooded blinded man holding small boy (son) in his arms

Photo: APSmall child

Photo: Dan Chung/Pool

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Small Child Wounded

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Arab Leaders

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of army gear.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003
 Picture of demolished building and stone removing small cat.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of aircraft on aircraft carrier.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003
 Picture of barricade.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of soldiers getting ready to fire.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003   (Arabic language)

Picture of little boy distraught.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of George Bush pointing his finger.  Picture of Saddam Hussein, of airplanes and soldiers, and bombs falling.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of dead person outside mall.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003
 Picture of Baghdad at night being bombed.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of Baghdad during the day being bombed.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003
 Picture of one year old girl lying on floor after bombing.

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003Picture of soldiers getting ammunition ready to fire

Aljazeera war photo Iraq March 2003   (Arabic language)
A second wave of bombers came half an hour later, and the gunfire began again and woke her up.   She did not stir from bed, being very tired.   She lay and listened to the raid for nearly an hour, and presently dozed off again, accustomed to the noise.
She woke to the shrill scream of the bomb that hit the house next door, an instant before it burst.   She had no time to do anything, hardly time to realise what the noise denoted, before the appalling thing happened.   Her bed was lifted bodily up into the air and slammed down again upon the floor, and a great pressure blast came on her that made her cry out with the pain in her ears.
Then, as she watched, the solid wall at the end of her room split and crumbled and dissolved in shreds of plaster, and was gone, and a thick, choking cloud of dust was over everything that made her gasp for breath.
She lay petrified with fright in bed; then something happened to the roof above her.   A half-ton coping stone came crashing through the ceiling and fell down on to the lower half of the bed.   The bed collapsed down on to the floor and she lay pinned there, stunned with the shock and with the pain in both her legs.......
She saw him faintly in the starlit darkness, through the fog of dust.   He was a very dirty man, in a tin hat and a blue boilersuit, with an armlet bearing the letters A.F.S.   He was a man of about fifty, still lean and athletic.   He said: ‘This floor isn’t quite what it might be.   Come on lady.   Let‘s get out of this toot sweet.’
She said: ‘I can’t move, I’m afraid.   I think both my legs are broken.   Look.’
He switched on an electric torch and examined the wreck of her bed.   He tested the weight of the coping stone with his hands: it was utterly beyond his power to shift it.   In three weeks of intensive raids this man had learned a great deal, had amassed a sad store of experience.   He knew that there was only one thing that would save this girl.   A doctor must come up, alone, because the floor would bear no more than one, and amputate both legs where she lay.   And he must do it quickly.
Nevile Shute — Most Secret     First Published 1945.
Published on Monday, July 4, 2005 by
by Sheldon Drobny
Justice O'Connor's decision in Bush v. Gore led to the current Bush administration's execution of war crimes and atrocities in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other places in the Middle East that are as egregious as those committed by the Third Reich and other evil governments in human history.
US destroyed Fallujah as it tries to destroy the rest of Iraq
The lesson is clear.
Those people who may be honorable and distinguished in their chosen profession should always make decisions based upon good rather than evil no matter where their nominal allegiances may rest.
Justice O'Connor was quoted to have said something to the affect that she abhorred the thought of Bush losing the 2000 election to Gore.
She was known to have wanted to retire after the 2000 election for same reason she is now retiring.
She wanted to spend more time with her sick husband.
Unfortunately, she tarnished her distinguished career with the deciding vote in Bush v. Gore by going along with the partisan majority of the Court to interfere with a democratic election that she and the majority feared would be lost in an honest recount.
She dishonored herself and the Supreme Court by succumbing to party allegiances and not The Constitution to which she swore to uphold.
And the constitutional argument she and the majority used to justify their decision was the Equal Protection Clause.
The Equal Protection Clause was the ultimate basis for the decision, but the majority essentially admitted (what was obvious in any event) that it was not basing its conclusion on any general view of what equal protection requires.
The decision in Bush v Gore was not dictated by the law in any sense—either the law found through research, or the law as reflected in the kind of intuitive sense that comes from immersion in the legal culture.
The Equal Protection clause is generally used in matters concerning civil rights.
The majority ignored their basic conservative views supporting federalism and states' rights in order to justify their decision.
History will haunt these justices down for their utter lack of justice and the hypocrisy associated with this decision.
Sheldon Drobny is Co-founder of Air America Radio.
Unspeakable grief and horror
                        ...and the circus of deception continues...
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Circus of Torture   2003 — now
He says, "You are quite mad, Kewe"
And of course I am.
Why, I don't believe any of it — not the bloody body, not the bloody mind, not even the bloody Universe, or is it bloody multiverse.
"It's all illusion," I say.   "Don't you know, my lad, my lassie.   The game!   The game, me girl, me boy!   Takes on interest, don't you know.   T'is me sport, till doest find a better!"
Pssssst — but all this stuff is happening down here
Let's change it!
Mother her two babies killed by US
More than Fifteen million
US dollars given by US taxpayers to Israel each day for their military use
4 billion US dollars per year
Nanci Pelosi — U.S. House Democratic leader — Congresswoman California, 8th District
Speaking at the AIPAC agenda   May 26, 2005
There are those who contend that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is all about Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.   This is absolute nonsense.
In truth, the history of the conflict is not over occupation, and never has been:  it is over the fundamental right of Israel to exist.
The greatest threat to Israel's right to exist, with the prospect of devastating violence, now comes from Iran.
For too long, leaders of both political parties in the United States have not done nearly enough to confront the Russians and the Chinese, who have supplied Iran as it has plowed ahead with its nuclear and missile technology....
In the words of Isaiah, we will make ourselves to Israel 'as hiding places from the winds and shelters from the tempests; as rivers of water in dry places; as shadows of a great rock in a weary land.'
More images of the start of war in Iraq
A day of war — Iraq March 2003
Images of the ongoing wars 2004
— includes Aljazeera photos of Fallujah, April 2004 bombing
Images of the ongoing wars 2005
Kewe War archives
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