Saturday, December 27, 2008


As the narrator of this video says, the images of civilians and mostly children killed during the IRAQ war is not for school or work, but instead should be viewed in private and then only by people who have the stomach for the grisly carnage on this video.

The United States invaded and occupied IRAQ over five years ago. Since then there are estimates that go as high as ONE MILLION Iraqis have been killed---many of them small children and infants.

President Bush and Vice President Cheney sold the American public a "bill of goods" that Saddam Hussein had Weapons of Mass Destruction and that he was in the process of building a nuclear bomb.


Nearly 4,300 brave young American men and women have lost their lives in Bush and Cheney's gambit to bring democracy to IRAQ.

In addition, over 30,000 young Americans have been severely injured in the IRAQ WAR and many of them will be disabled for the rest of thei lives.

The fragile IRAQ government has drawn up a pact with the United States that will call for all U.S. COMBAT troops to leave IRAQ in the next few months.

This is the first time in the history of the UNITED STATES that a foreign country has dictated to the UNITED STATES MILITARY and our government on what U.S. troops are allowed to do and who can stay and who has to go.

President-elect Barack Obama is inheriting a quagmire that could keep U.S. troops in Iraq for the next ten or 20 years.

Over the weekend, a mortar shell killed a prominent U.S. doctor from New Jersey in Mosul, and a car bomb at a bus station in Baghdad killed at least 22 and injured scores of others.

IRAQ is not the peaceful country the media tells the people of the United States.

The IRAQI people want ALL U.S. troops out of Iraq and the shoe throwing incident when an Arabic TV reporter tossed his shoes at President Bush in Baghdad two weeks ago is a clear indication how much the United States is hated in Iraq and all across the Middle East.

The shoe thrower is being hailed as a hero by the Iraqi people.

Watch this video, but we warn you the images of civilian casualties, especially the children and infants of IRAQ will tear your heart out.

Commentary by BILL CORCORAN, editor, CORKSPHERE.




Anonymous said...

Oh my GOD! This is what MUST BE SEEN by Americans. Just because it's not YOUR child or YOUR loved one doesn't make it any more okay. I am keeping the hope alive for Obama to end this for Americans. World, do you think this is ok? How can it be happening? I so wish every human being could see it so we could stop this violence against each other. ant

Bill Corcoran said...

ant: Thanks for your comment. I can tell by my StatCounter that many, many people are looking at this video. I will continue to post videos like this because the media has "tanked" for the Bush administration and blocked all war coverage.