Luvianka said:Happy Memorial Day!
May these endless, useless wars on behalf of Israel end someday, and no more young Americans get killed, maimed or traumatized!
LINUX said:Thank you to all the people who fought and died so my family and I can enjoy our freedom and safety in the greatest country in the world.
LINUX said:One of the saddest days of the year.
Thank you to all the people who fought and died so my family and I can enjoy our freedom and safety in the greatest country in the world.
With love and gratitude, I pay my respect to you.
We miss you.
Iraq had no dangerous "weapons of mass destruction," and posed no threat to the US. Moreover, alarmist suggestions that the Baghdad regime was working with the al-Qaeda terror network likewise proved to be without foundation.
So if the official reasons given for the war were untrue, why did the United States attack Iraq?
Whatever the secondary reasons for the war, the crucial factor in President Bush's decision to attack was to help Israel. With support from Israel and America's Jewish-Zionist lobby, and prodded by Jewish "neo-conservatives" holding high-level positions in his administration, President Bush - who was already fervently committed to Israel - resolved to invade and subdue one of Israel's chief regional enemies.
This is so widely understood in Washington that US Senator Ernest Hollings was moved in May 2004 to acknowledge that the US invaded Iraq "to secure Israel," and "everybody" knows it. He also identified three of the influential pro-Israel Jews in Washington who played an important role in prodding the US into war: Richard Perle, chair of the Pentagon's Defense Policy Board; Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Defense Secretary; and Charles Krauthammer, columnist and author. 
Hollings referred to the cowardly reluctance of his Congressional colleagues to acknowledge this truth openly, saying that "nobody is willing to stand up and say what is going on." Due to "the pressures we get politically," he added, members of Congress uncritically support Israel and its policies.
LINUX said:It is really sad that this forum has come to a point where we can't even have a "Happy Memorial Day" thread to pay our respect to the fallen without you guys talking about jews, evil powers, Israel, and politics.
This pretty much sums up my feelings regarding this: