the saddest part is the USA doesn't really give a *about what "they",
(the rest of the world), thinks. we are so powerful that at this point in
time we can say F it to anyone. we are someday going to deeply regret it.
note to those not living here; there are millions of us American's that are
deeply ashamed of our ruthless actions. this is NOT what America is about,
nor what a free people do.
Quote:> I've read that article...
> knowing history makes it quite understandable that germans (and most
> european, speaking of the population) is so strongly against war...
> after tens of millions of dead...
> I recall what my mother commented on those days. She was a young girl, a
> kid actually back then. As some in this forum can conform I live very
> close to the border and back then towards the end of the war there were
> bombardments very often... the windows would tremble and if you looked
> out the window you could see flashes of bombs exploding.
> Yes i live in switzerland and switzerland was neutral (though making
> lot's of dough seemingly with nazi gold dealing with a bank run by a
> certain mr Bush, Grandpa of George W. which ultimately came up with the
> money for about 30% of the war goods germany consumed during the war) so
> Switzerland would be safe one would think... well, no. Basel was
> actually bombed twice by the Americans, tough luck.
> I just reject any idea of a aggressive war. Actually not only me but
> also international law, law above the law of any single nation. Which
> the US broke. Maybe worse to you Bush broke also domestic law in going
> to war but who will trial him? Shure there is a comfy spot free for him
> next wo Mr. Milosevic but I won't live the day this will happen :-).