At least 24 people have been killed in a series of attacks across Iraq today. The violence included a bomb at a car auction in Baghdad that killed 11, a car bombing in the capital that killed one person, and attacks in northern villages that killed another dozen people.
Pray 4 us all
Pretty much business as usual aint it?
Sad, but true. These countries have lived like this for centuries and until THEY change it will remain "business as usual".
Odd how "christian nations" who claim to love children go by what flag flies over the child's head.
For example, it would be kind of hard to support Israel and cry for massacred Palestinian children without your own forked-tongue poking your eyes out first.
There were nearly 300,000 chritians and family living in Iraq before THE CHRISTIAN NATIONS invaded back in March of 2003. Thousands of christians were, umm, accidentally? killed by CHRISTIANS, even christian's children were impaled anew along with Christ himself. (who if dead, would roll in his grave as CHRISTIAN killed christian)
Kill 'em all and let [a] god sort them out.
Rapid deployment vaccinations have long-term side-effects, noted here by this example of a common and generally accepted USMC dogma.
"The glory of war is all moonshine."
Many are the drunks.
"There are no athiests in foxholes." (why I joined the Navy)
Really? The 21st century, and so many say "raghead"? What if they were n words? What would you eggheads call them then? Nigeriois? Nappy heads? What?
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