Posted by Esperanza from 66-42-114-176.lsan.dial.netzero.com (220.127.116.11) on Saturday, February 22, 2003 at 9:50PM :
In Reply to: Re: Posted message posted by Alexander from 18.104.22.168.cfl.rr.com (22.214.171.124) on Saturday, February 22, 2003 at 9:27PM :
It is all about profit margin and nothing else.
Who are these people? Why don't these people capture how an Iraqi struggles daily for a meal or a medicine? Why don't these people capture Iraqis streets that are full of raw sewage and waste on the streets?
These are profitiers. These are CEO's of the mainstreams media who wants to capture Americans from switching their t.v. channel and sell their commercial air time to advertisers at the highest bidder/price.
Thats U.S. Fuel, Competition.
: I know, you are right, and I agree with you. I do not care what other people think, I believe strongly and know the truth about what is happening to Iraq. It seems to me that a lot of people just refuse to acknowledge the tragedy that is happening in Iraq. If only they would think about the beautiful green palnts and vegetation and clean water in south Iraq, of the mudbrick houses baking in the warm sun, of the gorgeous northern mountaints, and stop characterising Iraq as one man, they might see Iraq in a different light, and I am referring to Americans who do not know even what Iraq looks like, except some oil wells on fire, or some man holding a rifle and firing it in front of a crowd of people waving white hankercheifs.
: : So what? let them do that? nothing must stop us from informing others of the genocide being done on Iraq.
: : Against many beliefs, I wear my little button that says "no war against Iraq" every day to work. And as of yet nobody has said anything and I do not think any would.
: : Let them NOT forget about Iraq and Iraqis.
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: : : Okay, Esperanza,
: : : I posted my message on AINA, now just sit back and let their insults start rolling int....
: : : Shlama
: : : Alexander
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