Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Talking of war crimes

The out-pouring of liberal outrage over an alleged war crime by a US soldier stands in marked contrast to the complete lack of outrage over the discovery of the mutilated corpse of a woman hostage.

The soldier will be held to account for any misdeed. That's the difference between a liberal democracy and terrorism. A distinction many liberals have forgotten.

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Blogger peasant said...

NoRightTurn has posted a lengthy "rebuttal" of this post.

He(?) suggests that the apparent executioner will get off, by spuriously questioning the integrity of US military justice.

He then smears the attack on Fallujah as a careless assualt on civilians, even though the US has shown heroic restraint and respect for the wishes of the interim government, by delaying the invasion as long as possible. They warned civilians to leave for several weeks. What brilliant alternative does NRT suggest for the USA? It seems he would be happy to allow rampant murder, lawlessness, and terrorist recruiting to continue in that benighted city.

How about this for US moral superiority: THEIR TROOPS WEAR A UNIFORM, they do not hide behind innocents, using them as human shields. US forces aim for minimum civilian casualties, terrorists glorify death and rejoice in maximising mass murder.

NoRightTurn is blinded by rabid anti-Americanism.

18 November 2004 at 2:43 AM  
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