I frankly have a hard time viewing these images as they are really strong. But perhaps in the name of education it should be viewed by everyone mature enough to see such images to see what is being done in the name of the American republic.
I am ashamed to live in the United States. This is just one reason not to ignore tha fact that Indian people live under a colonialist government that we predate and should consider seperating from.
Any nation that allows, let alone instigates such tragedy is only asking Providence to end it's own existence for the sake of the world. Where are the Christian theologians calling this an affront to the American soldier and their families.
Stop the invasion, dammit. - The Angryindian
The pictures below are alleged to show the bodies of U.S. service men In Iraq. I am advised, these men are not the soldiers that were captured some 3 weeks ago.
Says Fire Witch Rising: "By refusing to show combat photos like the ones here and at the link, the race war media tries to convince us that its whitemale gods are not terribly vulnerable and ultimately mortal. Reality, that bane of the megalomaniacal, states otherwise.
Think about how many photos of desecrated bodies of tortured and murdered brown skinned people the media brings us year after year after year, with barely a peep of protest from our apartheid, death culture."
[Ed Note: Each day in Iraq we have watched and tried to count the number of people who have died as a result of our attack on a defenseless nation. We have also witnessed the idealism and of our youth turned into a vast swamp of despair as they become another generation, awakening to the lies that always accompany war.
When we read the headlines that state "xxx killed in Iraq" it has no meaning. These words can not in any way convey the horror that surrounds each event that results in death.
We can not smell the blood or witness the screaming Iraqi parents who try to gather the body parts of their loved ones as a butcher would pick pieces of flesh from his shop floor.
We do not hear the long cries of despair that roar from the souls of the parents of our military who have to attend their children's funeral unsure of what lies within the casket that bears their child's name.
So we speak of war, as if it were something other than savagery. We avert our eyes, for while me may speak of it we will not look upon it's face. We look on those who would kill our soldiers with such ferocity as animals while contributing to a war machine which allows our government to eviscerate the people and culture of Iraq while we shop for bargains in "Memorial Day Sales."