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People STILL getting Blown-Up in Iraq; Russia Today: "Over 90 kills in one day" - Sept. 21, 2013

Over 90 killed in one day: 'US invasion main cause of deaths in Iraq'

http://youtu.be/D3zD_tvgcg0
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Published on Sep 21, 2013

A string of bombings has killed at least 96 people in the Baghdad suburb of Sadr City, Ur district and the northern city of Baiji, adding to the worst year of violence since US troops began leaving the country in 2008. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/joym63

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** Of course, predictably, Putin's Ruskie State TV is milking the past and current US Regime/Hegemon's Culprit for all it's worth, especially in light of Putin's recent series of geopolitical PR-coups on Syria. That said, it's the truth: undeniably, it IS the PNAC/neoCon/RINO-hijacked corporatist warWHORES' fault!

Accompanying Article:

Over 90 killed in Iraq suicide bombings targeting Shiites
At least 800 Iraqis were killed in August according to the UN, with more than one-third of the country's attacks taking place in Baghdad.

http://on.rt.com/joym63
Published time: September 21, 2013 16:50
Edited time: September 22, 2013 04:48

A string of bombings has killed at least 96 people in the Baghdad suburb of Sadr City, Ur district and the northern city of Baiji, adding to the worst year of violence since US troops began leaving the country in 2008.

The first bomb exploded next to a tent full of mourners in the Shiite neighborhood. Shortly after, a suicide bomber detonated his device while driving a car near the funeral-goers. A third bomb exploded as police and ambulances arrived at the scene.

"Crowds of people were visiting the tent to offer their condolences when suddenly a powerful blast...threw me to ground," said 35-year-old Basim Raheem.

"When I tried to get up, a second blast happened. My clothes were covered with blood and human flesh. I thought I was wounded, but later discovered I was lying in a pool of others' blood," he added.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks in Baghdad, in which at least 72 people were killed and 120 others wounded, medics said.

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Good video!

Where is the Vietnam outcry?

Maybe I am just not seeing it, but it seems like the outcry against war today is miniscule compared to the documented history of the opposition to the Vietnam war. I unfortunately can't say that I myself have protested other than to try to support Ron Paul and to pray for peace.

When I see the picture like the one at the bottom of this page I wonder where the protestors of Vietnam have gone:

http://garbonza.wordpress.com/2007/12/27/whatever-happened-t...

If anyone wants to protest war or call for ALL of our troops to be brought home in Atlanta, Georgia, please let me know.

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
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Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
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The local church(not a building -a people) is the missing link. The time to build is now.

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Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul