Bombs & Bullets Protect The Freedom Of The Children of Falluja,
Iraq Or New Jersey U.S.A.
ZERO PLUS 1151 DAYS,--New York, NY, Saturday,
November 6, 2004--American
planes are bombing the town of Falluja in Iraq tens of thousands
of miles from New Jersey. But, at the same time, American jet
fighters are shooting 20mm canons into elementary schools during
practice flights for the war in Iraq.
a bizarre war we fight.
boy examines rubble at a bombing site in Falluja
of miles from New Jersey, American Marines are geared up for
a major assault on the terrorist stronghold of Falluja.
Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, opposes
the plan to rid Falluja of terrorists. He's rallied the support
of the President of France and "leaked" a letter threatening
to limit or remove U.N. help if America and allies attack Falluja.
U.N., many claim, is stepping over the line trying to dictate
policy to the United States and its allies in the conduct of
the war. But that's just one of many wrinkles in the battle
over who is in charge of the "world," or, more specifically,
"who is charge of being the Sentinel of Vigilance willing
to rid the world of dominant Terrorism."
the problems in Iraq are only part of the issue.
same time American Marines are sharpening bayonets in preparation
of a long, bitter battle in Falluja, a town of some 350,000
that has shrunk to 50,000 as civilians flee in anticipation
of a "O.K. Corral, Custer's Last Stand" battle, an
American F-16 on a training mission en route to a firing range
missed its intended target 31 miles away. The Air National Guard
fighter fired 25 rounds of 20 mm ammunition that smashed through
the roof of Little Egg Elementary School and zinged off the
Egg Elementary School in New Jersey was hit by "errant
fire" from an Air National Guard fighter plane
it was at night and no children or adults were in the school.
Only the school custodian heard the perplexing sounds.
is some irony in the fact that American schools are being attacked
by "accident" and the schools in Falluja are subject
to be leveled as part of the "collateral" damage a
major assault on the town may incur.
more than a little experience at leveling towns in battles.
we were about to raid a village in Vietnam, all the males disappeared
as though the wind had whispered to them we were coming. What
was left were the women and children.
my experience in Vietnam, the village men left before
the bombings leaving the women and children
Reuters News reports terrorist men are slipping out of the city
with the civilians. Many think that our bombs and bullets will
level empty buildings, or, perhaps raze schools with children
in them. Some reports suggest the terrorists are forcing the
children to remain so that their bodies can be used to promote
how "evil" Americans are.
of explosives was recently found in a school, leading authorities
to project that the terrorists were going to blow it up and
blame American bombs on the resulting carnage.
uglier when mistakes are made.
even uglier when the Secretary General of the U.N. writes letters
threatening to withdraw support for the elections if America
is no doubt of the waste resulting from bombs and bullets exploding
same time, turning our backs on a nation poised to shift from
the dark ages into a modern world of freedom is just as wasteful.
To not fight terrorism is to abandon the children of Iraq. They
were born with the right to freedom, as all children are.
not fight Terrorism is to abandon the children of Iraq
the population of the 25 million citizens of Iraq are 15 years
or younger. Their future is in the hands of adults. Currently,
the dominate adults in Iraq are terrorists and the allies, mostly
Americans. These two forces, however, do not see eye-to-eye
is an armed camp of terrorism, a stronghold of violence seething
to erupt, designed to undermine any stability.
demands that we stay in Iraq and let the children of that nation
know we are not going to abandon them.
give up the necessity to defend the children of Iraq
are the surrogate parents of the Iraqi children, brought by
time and circumstance to deliver to them freedom, then we cannot
give up the necessity to defend them.
means we must attack Falluja, and eliminate the Beast of Terror
seeking to destroy the chances of freedom for the children in
other alternative is to turn our backs, to be Complacent.
are Sentinels of Vigilance, we can't do that.
must fight for the future of the children in America....
fight for the future of the children--the ones in New Jersey
bullets that hit the school in New Jersey have a message, it
is that no one is safe until the Beast of Terror is put to rest.
the message of Vigilance, a call for each and every parent to
sign the Pledge of Vigilance and fight for the children's rights
today so that down the line, our cities and towns don't become
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