Where helping dying children is a worse crime than murder

Started by DavidByron, Oct 23, 2002, 09:49 PM

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Where? America of course.  America is so intent on murdering children in Iraq that it is a criminal offense to supply medical aid.


When we get there, the media are waiting. CNN, Reuters TV, Associated Press and other print and television reporters question, photograph and film us in the hospital lobby.

Things get chaotic. There are about 50 Iraqi patients, families and hospital staff milling around. The seven Voices people are giving interviews or holding up banners that read "No War on Iraq" and "Sanctions Are A Weapon of Mass Destruction."

A television crew from Mexico interviews me. The reporter is surprised when I tell him that what we're doing; donating medicines to a needy hospital; is a violation of U.S. law. "You are saying it is illegal in the United States to give medicine to an Iraqi hospital?" he asks. I assure him it is. He's even more surprised by the penalty: up to 12 years in prison and $1.25 million in fines

Cancer rates in iraqi children have rocketed because of the radiological bombs America used against civilians.
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Death to amereeeeka.  The US in particular.

If only osama could top his last success!  Spectacular.  What a genius.

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