June 26, 2003
Today's Language Lesson
Lt. Colonel Ronnie McCourt reffering to the this week's ambush by pissed off Iraqis, which resulted in the deaths of six British soldiers, says that, "This attack was unprovoked. It was murder."
So, to define terms.
A retaliation by niggers against a force of white soldiers occupying their country -- in response to the occupiers having fired rubber bullets at a demonstration against invasive home searches -- shall be known as "unprovoked murder".
Meantime, an unprovoked, illegal, unilateral war and subsequent occupation killing tens of thousands of niggers (in the short-term) shall be known as "liberation".
Can you say, "Orwell walks among us"? I knew you could!
Incidentally, it is entirely within the bounds of International Law for an occupied people to mount attacks against occupying military forces. The specific language of General Assembly Resolution 37/43 affirms "the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples for independence, territorial integrity, national unity and liberation from colonial and foreign domination and foreign occupation by all available means, including armed struggle." But then, International Law is deader than a doorknob these days.
Posted by Eddie Tews at June 26, 2003 11:45 AM