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Occupation Iraq: A Routine Day

You understand why the photograph is posted (hint: something to do with the two indigenous folks in the foreground)

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: A Sight No Child Should See

Yeah, that's right!  I put it up because of the PRECIOUS and PRICELESS LIFE I SEE!!!!


An American soldier scans a neighborhood while on a routine patrol in eastern Baghdad yesterday. As the United States prepares to remove some forces, reports of violence are down sharply across the country.
An American soldier scans a neighborhood while on a routine patrol in eastern Baghdad yesterday. As the United States prepares to remove some forces, reports of violence are down sharply across the country. (Karim Kadim/Associated Press)."

This is ROUTINE?

What's the soldier doing, mapping the 'hood out for a computer grid or something? They already do the biometrics and the eye scans!
 

Yeah, and ABOUT that VIOLENCE!!!!


"Violence is dropping sharply throughout the
country (December 22, 2008)


However, the pace of violence in Iraq has picked up in the last few
weeks (December 17, 2008)"  

You know what?  Make of them what you will because I'm tired of them!

"Even today, Iraq is far from peaceful; an average of 500 people are murdered each month, making it one of the most dangerous countries in the world. Baghdad at the end of 2008 is a deeply divided city. Neighbourhoods that were religiously and ethnically cleansed by the wave of violence that engulfed the city before 2007 are now fortified by row upon row of concrete blast walls."

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