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#1 MirrorMan

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Posted 28 February 2003 - 10:29 PM

1) There's no telling how many wars it will take to
secure freedom in the homeland

2) We must wage a total war on terrorism

3) So total war is the demand of the hour.

4) We would not deserve to lead this nation if we tolerated to any degree
whatsoever any threat to the homeland.

5) Peace through victory!

6) We are fighting for our lives. If we lose it will mean the
end of our nation and our history. This war is a defensive
war. It was forced on us by our enemies.

7a) Often [the leadership] cannot reveal the
reasons for its actions without giving valuable
information to the enemy.

7b) Much of the evidence we have is intelligence
and highly sensitive. It is not possible without compromising
people or security to release precise details.

8) We wage a war to save civilization, itself. We did not seek it,
but we must fight it -- and we will prevail.

9) We feel no hatred against the Czech/Afghan people.

10) We would have nothing against Czecho-Slovakia/Iraq if, first, it had not
suppressed Germans/Kurds, and, second, if it was not intended as the
instrument of a future attack on Germany/America.
Upon us falls the task of preventing such an attack at all costs.

11) This is a battle with only one outcome: our victory not theirs.

Answers:

1) George Bush Speech 5th Aug 2002

2) Ken Adelman Wednesday, February 13, 2002; Page A27 Washington Post
(Adelman was assistant to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld from 1975 to 1977, and arms control director -- seriously: ``arms control''! -- under President Ronald Reagan.)

3) Joseph Goebbel's ``total war'' speech 18 February
1943

4) Joseph Goebbel's speech 5 June 1943

5) Joseph Goebbel's speech 24 December 1941

6) J. Goebbel's article 26 September 1943

7a) ibid

7b) Tony Blair speech to Parliament, 4th October 2001.

8) George W Bush speech 01 Nov 2001

9) Adolf Hitler speech April 3rd 1939

10) ibid

11) Tony Blair speech Labour Party conference, Brighton 2001
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#2 xexon

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Posted 28 February 2003 - 10:36 PM

The parallel universes are merging !










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#3 Gandu

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Posted 28 February 2003 - 10:50 PM

whos hitler? another bush coalition parter?
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#4 MirrorMan

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 12:26 AM

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