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  • tomarza:

    i’m listening to a soldier on NPR tell the story of how he fatally shot an afghan kid that he described as between thirteen and fourteen years old. he said he felt “sick” and woozy, and his buddy comforted him and told him it would be okay. but you know what? it isn’t. i hope you have nightmares for the rest of your life you fucking monster, may you never find peace, and when you die, straight to hell with you 

    There is no soldier that is overseas shooting innocent people, children or otherwise, that can come home and think “it’s going to be okay” or “it’s for the greater good” or “we’re keeping ‘murrica safe”. 

    Murder is murder, and when you put a bullet into a little boy’s chest, or a little girl’s brain - there is no justice.  There is no safety.  Nothing is okay.  At that point, the U.S. is the terrorists, not them.  They’re defending themselves, not coming in the offensive.  Even 9/11 wasn’t the offensive.  It was a group of people who’d simply had enough of the U.S.’s occupation presence in their region of the world.

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  • theghastlyordealofcorey:

    It seriously pisses me off when people take offense to the fact that I don’t feel like I should have to pay taxes on my income. Do you know how much I could do with that money? And secondly, I never fucking once gave my consent for it to be used to slaughter people in the Middle East. I’d give you my copy of the social contract to wipe the blood off your hands but I never got a copy and wouldn’t have signed it if I did.

    This.

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  • "

    Today, June 20, is World Refugee Day
    And while we remember all those who are internally and internationally displaced due to war, violence, and persecution, let us also work toward easing the struggles of economic and forced migrants who are fleeing their homelands in fear of gang violence, systematic/political oppression, and trade inequities designed to favor the rich business and drive the poor deeper into poverty.

    Violence is violence, no matter if it is internal, political, or economic.

    One refugee without shelter is too many.

    One refugee, who dies on the journey chasing everything that has been stolen, is too many.

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  • Murderer-in-chief barackobama just had his annual physical. He’s suffering from pain in his right foot.


    You know, people carry stress in different ways. Some have headaches, some carry it in their back.


    Apparently the stress of murdering women and children is carried in the right foot.

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  • Wait a minute…

    Did I hear murderer-in-chief barry obama say the other day that he was going to end the war in Afghanistan in another year or two?  Did I hear that right?

    Sounds awfully familiar.  What also sounds familiar is that 10,000(ish) troops will stay in Afghanistan.  Well kids, that means Imperialism is alive and well, and that war and violence will never truly end.  It’s violent to invade, occupy, rule, and not leave when asked.  The U.S. is the terrorists to Afghans.  The U.S. is the enemy, to them.

    Don’t be surprised if another building is blown up, or another plane lands face down in the middle of Chicago or something.  They won’t stop until we do.

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  • "I’m not so sure the role of the United States is to go around the world and say ‘this is the way it’s gonna be’.
    I think one way for us to end up being viewed as the ugly Americans is to go around the world saying ‘we do it this way, so should you’.
    I just don’t think it’s the role of the United States to walk into a country and say ‘we do it this way, so should you’.
    If we’re an arrogant nation, they’ll resent us. If we’re a humble nation, but strong, they’ll welcome us."

    George Bush, 2000 presidential debates with Al Gore.

    Bet y’all forgot that George Bush.  Apparently so did George Bush.  If anything it shows the sheer hypocrisy of what anyone will say to get into office.  

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