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« Reply #20 on: December 31, 2006, 06:20:29 PM »

Believe it or not, civil unrest after 30 years of a dictatorship is quite normal. There are thousands of old scores to settle. Better to get 90% of them out of the way now, than to bottle them up. Sure each crime will lead to payback, it is just their way.

The Iraqi society is going through a clean out. It is just unfortunate that coalition troops are in the middle of it

Saddams execution was a necessary step in the way forward. To have him rot in jail would have cost billions a year. Yep Billions. Couple of divisions,replacement divisions, intelligence, Missile launchers & AAD, Helicopters and a Carrier on standby 24/7 and the dozen support and supply ships, CAP 24/7, Hospital Ship on standby 24/7, hospital ward on standby in Ramstein 24/7 and on and on it would have gone. Billions each year.

When Rudolph Hess was on his deathbed in the late 80s, there were actually politicians and do gooders attempting to have him released, so he could die a free man.

People have short memories.

There is far too much political correctness and kowtowing to dogooders in this world. Its why we have half the problems we do, people afraid to speak their mind for fear upsetting someone.

I am glad this discussion has been held, what were we to do? Ignore it, be like the rest of the sheep in this world and pretend it has nothing to do with us?
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« Reply #21 on: December 31, 2006, 10:30:09 PM »

it may have been one of our mistakes to get in the way of that bloodletting early on.  it seems to be a necessary catharsis, but we consider it to "uncivilized".

people do have short memories.  at the end of ww2, most of the french insurrectionists were by then communists.  i'm sure that gave the allies a twitch.  the insurrectionists proceeded, after liberation, to hunt down a kill (without trial) as many collaborators as they could find. 
the italians just hung folks right out on the public square.
for at least 2 years after a rather decisive end to ww2, there were still nazis trying to kill allied soldiers.  they shot at them, tried to blow them up, etc.  we spent the next 15 or so years hanging out in germany trying to keep at least half of it secure.  same with n korea.  we occupied japan from '45 to '52.  didn't even pretend to set up an independent japan. and i'm pretty sure that the allies didn't plan on the USSR sucking up a large portion of what had been liberated.

so should we not have bothered to fight hitler?  of course not.  even so, things for many people did not turn out the way we would have planned or wished.

you do the best you can and accept that some things are just out of your hands.

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« Reply #22 on: January 01, 2007, 02:13:42 PM »

As a person who spent a portion of his life enforcing the law so that the average Joe could walk the streets safely I can tell you that the perpertrator has more rights than the victim by 10 to 1.  Saddam Hussein, like a lot of serial killers and child predetors, got as fair a trial as the new government of Iraq could provide.  He got a lot more than his victims did--most of them were put to death at his whim.  He at least got to argue his case before a group of judges who decided, collectively, that he deserved to die.
Serial killers and child abusers usually put their victims through hell befor killing them.  I'm with Kathy P on that.  As a retired police officer I can legally carry a concealed weapon and I do.  Why?  Because I value my life more than I do the person's trying to take mine away from me.  I also value the lives of other law abidding citizens more that theirs.  In this country we have the right and the means to protect ourselves.
I have found that killing someone is not the worst thing you can do to them.  Try living with being terrorized by a rapist, child molester, etc and live a full life afterward--from my observations it's almost impossible.  Saddam got of lightly.
I find it interesting though that those societies that champion human life have rendered their citizenary incapable of protecting themselves by outlawing gun ownership or the right to self protection.  In Europe, and other places, it is often illegal to kill someone trying to kill you.  They break into your house assault you, rob you of your property and if you hurt or kill them you become the criminal.  That is absurdity at its highest level.
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« Reply #23 on: January 01, 2007, 08:11:24 PM »

I do not feel I got an answer to my question about justice for the reaming victims! And for that matter all Victims in this War. And why is it needed to watch the thong out of the throat.
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« Reply #24 on: January 01, 2007, 08:52:19 PM »

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I do not feel I got an answer to my question about justice for the reaming victims! And for that matter all Victims in this War. And why is it needed to watch the thong out of the throat.

i'll try to give you my answer, if i understand correctly what you are asking.

you many be right that they will be forgotten by many.  how many remember the millions killed in the Congo, or the Balkans, or any of 1000's of other places.  we obviously have short memories or we would recognize a threat when it presented itself rather than waiting until it is out of control.

justice?  the best justice for the Iraqi people is to be able to live in freedom.  to be safe.  to bring back the rich culture that they enjoyed for so many years.  i hope with all my heart that we can help them achieve that.  i do not know if we will succeed.

as for watching the execution, it is probably important for the people of Iraq, or any other country that has been oppressed as Iraq was, to see the oppressor dead.  they need to know that he's gone, and for some it will bring some comfort.  also, remember how long Hitler lived after he died?  decades of people thinking he'd gotten off to central or south america......

i looked for the tape of the execution because i wanted to see it for myself.  i do not trust press reports.  i want to see.

  i also watched the tapes of the beheadings.  that may seem like an awful thing to do.  i cried as i watched them.  why did i do it?  to know the enemy.  to know that they are not like us.  to understand that they are not people you can negotiate with, capitulate to, or learn to live with.  we need to know that because one of our conversations needs to be about how you deal with people who have such a complete disregard for the norms of society, and human life.
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« Reply #25 on: January 02, 2007, 01:45:31 AM »

That is an interesting fact Brian. Do other citizens that have a pistol license where you are, have to wear it unconcealed? You have some strange State laws there regarding guns. Is that town in texas still going where you MUST own a firearm?

Here only the police have sidearms, some cash carrying security guards too. Some nut case security guards escape the net, its beyond me how they are allowed to get a pistol license. You know the types, they buy the biggest and shiniest gun they can and parade around like they are King Billy. I am sure you have them there.

The rest of the peope in my State who want guns must belong to a gun club, or no license. Local copper sneaks around your place for a few months, checks out your rubbish bin for empty bottles and weird magazines. If you pass his test you get one. Gun and ammo must be stored in seperate locked safes. Random checks by the cops etc etc.

These measures were introduced after we had 13 shot dead in one incident and 37 in another, both were nutters, both life in jail, both still making the papers argueing about their rights, suing for being beaten up in jail etc.

KathyP, woo gutsy lady, women dont speak thier mind like that here anymore. I miss it. Only one I can think of is Nancy Wake AC, GM.  aka "The White Mouse" former number one on the Gestapos most wanted list. Me old mate Nancy worked for the French Resistance and the British SOE (forerunner to SAS) and is the highest and most decorated Servicewoman of the second world war. (Presidential Medal of Freedom, with Bronze Palm for one).

http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-heroes/white_mouse.htm for those who might like to see a bit about Nancy.

Nancy said she enjoyed garotting Nazis and if given the chance would do so again. She often said anyone who knew the nazis would feel the same. I can only be thankful that I did not experience the work of the Nazis first hand like she did.

Nancy is now in her late 90s very frail in body, but her mind is still sharp . She is hoping to get to 100. She lives in a retirement home for Old Soldiers in the UK. Her upkeep is paid for jointly by HRH Charles, The Prince of Wales and the Australian Government.

It was her wish to return to France to live amoungst her old Comrades, it was granted but she found them all dead when she got there. Therefore she has chosen to die in the UK.

One of her lighter comments, and there are not many is this:

"I hate wars and violence," she has said, "But if they come I don't see why we women should just wave our men a proud goodbye and then knit them balaclavas."

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« Reply #26 on: January 02, 2007, 03:14:54 AM »

Hello Brian!

I don’t get it either with your arms law! I here you crying about being removed personal freedom, if you are not allowed to have a gun at home.

Here in Denmark it is so, that the police are a citizen being assigned a special Job. The gun belongs in a locker if not warns in duty. It is not allowed to have it at home. There is not a license to kill following the license to the weapon. When the policeman retire or otherwise leave duty the gun must be returned to the police department. Even policemen are human and can loose the temper. That we have seen here in Denmark where a policeman killed of his family using his police gun. Hunting guns and sport guns must be kept departed and amu in a locker. I personally want the guns away from the streets. The fewer guns on the streets the fewer killings are done.
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« Reply #27 on: January 02, 2007, 04:48:00 AM »

Jorn:

I would never own a gun, pistol or rifle of any kind - it just isn't something I feel safe possessing BUT I recognize our laws say that I have the RIGHT not a PRIVILEDGE to BARMS. Is it so strange of you to grasp the idea that a country has chosen to gives its people the ability to rise against possible triany in its government, or to protect itself against any threat to life?

As strange as you find the U.S., I think we find your theories a little (saying this as kindly as possible) sissified. You have guns to hunt with, yet you claim only police in the line of duty can carry or use firearms. A perfectly good gun that could save your life against assault is locked safely away from ammo, never to meet unless (what) a flamingo flies by on "Pink Bird Day"?

You honestly would NOT use a gun to protect your own life or the life of your family? I'm afraid I just don't get that one. I assume while someone is being killed, they are to call the police and hope that they arrive in time EVEN IF they have weapons (legally owned weapons - if only meant for hunting) they would still NOT use those guns for self-defense? And to go further, to have countries where it is illegal to kill someone in self-defense is not a very safe sounding place for anyone to live, I'm not sure if that is YOUR COUNTRIES POLICY - but that idea frightens me.

I have handled weapons, even the great 44 magnum of Dirty Harry Fame - they scare the crap out of me, I didn't shoot it, only a shotgun and a small handgun at a gun-club. Normally it causes me great anxiety to be even near them. But, that does not change the fact that I have a right to possess them. There has always been a quiet debate on the issue of BEARING ARMS and OWNING ARMS - the former meaning to possess arms for immediate use (as in to take arms against an enemy attack) then give them up. As where to OWN is to possess for any reason from a collection to protection and any other use deemed legal.

Our Founding Fathers were smart enough to realize that a possible INTERNAL THREAT to the foundation of government was possible, as is the case in most all of history. I believe though that their laws and subsequent amendments have created a righteous society, not one where ARMS will undo our land in another Civil War, but allow us "representation through elections" without the use of weaponry across our own land.

Only history will prove that out, we all hear of militia groups in the North-Western states armed to the teeth with every imaginable rocket launcher, automatic weapon and nearly an endless supply of ammo - but I pity the day they decide to use that to take on the Government and our military. They will surely just be a black spot on the satellite images of Google Maps.

No, I don't think EVERYONE should own a weapon, we don't sell them at corner stores and getting licenses are tougher all the time - more importantly, I don't think ARMS should include rocket launchers, cannons, flame throwers or anything else the nut-case militias may have. I doubt that anyone in 1776 could foresee the parade of weapons we have available both legal and on the Black Market today. So if you are to include everything as Arms, then LIMIT the AMMO someone can possess.

Our government survives on a Checks and Balance System, or as we seem to hear it called in this politically correct land of ours - oversight committees  rolleyes Neither side of Legislature is stupid enough to ever play real hardball because of the "Don't throw stones in a glass house rule". Maybe this is too American for some people to grasp - heck, we don't really understand it all, most of what we learn about US Politics is over by the 5th grade.

But, we understand the trickle down theory that from a Nation of 50 states, to counties and parishes, to local governments and finally to the voter, we are all part of the process and although it isn't flawless now, nor have we EVERY gotten it totally right, but when we step into a voting booth we are given great power and in return the only things we are asked to do is pay our taxes and serve on Jury Duty - the latter I believe is the greatest of all honors a citizen can receive.

And thus, although it wasn't chronologically powerful, I end my rant on Saddam. Yes, he was the topic afterall  Undecided and Jorn you can call his trial a sham, most of us feel the same about OJ Simpson - a murderer walks free among us and there is nothing to do about it. At least Iraq doesn't have that problem with Saddam, he's burning in the flamming pits of Justice where he belongs. Sorry you feel hanging that murderous scum was so unjust, but taking away his Teddy bear and sending him to bed with out supper just seemed so so wrong.
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« Reply #28 on: January 02, 2007, 06:21:51 AM »

As I said: A policeman can snap as all other people can snap.

We had two collections of illegal weapons here in Denmark. A lot came in from ww2 homemade machine guns and other of this crap. Now even carrying a knife more than 7 cm is illegal. So are also butterfly knife and the like. There are still some criminal groups using firearms in their daily fight, but they are handled by special police force.

The reason for the strict rules about having weapon in home separated is the fact that burglars should not get armed this way.

In fact the most kills of people is within families. And don’t tell me that a burglary of maybe a few hundred dollars justify a killing.

I am not telling you to do it our way; I just put a comment on it. But sure we have a difference. Just as a friendly example. Danish television had a TV story about a Danish policeman visiting USA with his family and trained police dog. During his visit he wanted to show how they worked with the dogs here in Denmark. So he wanted to use he’s 9-year-old son as an object for this demonstration. The other policemen got scared by this, and asked him how he could dare using his son for this demonstration without using protection. He did the demonstration and the son was not harmed. It comes from that Danish Police dog training is more an around training. Searching for lost people and finding criminal tracks such as sperm, blood and the like. And of course also as a weapon. And you must believe me it works. The American police dogs in this were not trustable. They were trained to bite on its own will while Danish police dogs are trained to bite on command.

About the Sadam. If the killing should be a revence as I see it as, there was still a lot to be ansvered for. Not only those 180 Shias. I feel that a trial as the NĂĽrnberg would have been much more fair to those that no longer are able to speech. Will this happen, I am afraid the answer is no.
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« Reply #29 on: January 02, 2007, 10:31:57 AM »

Mick,

gun laws vary from state to state.  explaining different state laws to my European relatives is like explaining the dark side of the moon.  smiley  i live in a different state from Brian.  i have several guns and have a concealed carry permit.  in theory, i can carry my guns in the open anytime.  in fact, it makes people pretty nervous and they'd probably call the police.  even so, nothing would be done to me because i would be breaking no laws.  to carry concealed you need a permit in most states that allow it, but not all.  this is primarily for the protection of the police.  i have a concealed carry permit.  i camp and ride alone a lot and throw a hand gun in my saddle bag.  my husband travels a lot.  i keep a loaded gun by the bed.  i have a farm.  i keep loaded short and longer range weapons at hand.  when i am not home, the guns are locked in a gun safe.  i fail to see how you can use a gun for self protection if you have scattered the relevant parts around in different locked boxes!

yes, there are several towns that require head of household to own a firearm.  it is also worth noting that those places in this country with the strictest gun laws have the highest rate of crime.  those with the most gun ownership, have the lowest.  if you were going to rob a house or attack someone, wouldn't you choose a place where you were pretty sure there were no guns in the hands of the citizens?  smiley

Nancy was right.  women might be the last who want to see blood shed, but get a woman riled up enough and she'll be a better killer than a man.  and she'll never look back.
i hate war more than anything.  i have lived with a military family all my life and lived with war all my life.  when 9/11 happened all i thought about was the fact that we were going to war and my son was now in the military.  that said, there is a quote i keep in mind

War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.

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I personally want the guns away from the streets. The fewer guns on the streets the fewer killings are done.

this is not backed by facts.  at least not in this country.  the more guns owned by citizens, the fewer serious crimes committed.  even in japan, a country with some of the strictest gun laws, the criminal have guns.  only the citizens are left unable to fight back.

i have owned guns all my life.  i was 10 when my dad taught me to shoot.  he also told me never to pick up a loaded gun unless i was sure in my heart that i could use it.  i am sure.

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Now even carrying a knife more than 7 cm is illegal. So are also butterfly knife and the like.


i guess you wouldn't like my knife collection much sad

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if we had the same social conditions as after ww2, i would have agreed.  now we have international courts that are more interested in convicting Rumsfeld than they ever were convicting Saddam.  we have "allies" that we can not trust because they were billions of dollars into the pocket of Saddam.  i just don't think that would have worked this time.  besides, if the Iraqis wanted to do this, they had the right to do it.  there was not one country that could lay claim to the Nazi or Japanese war criminals.  they had committed crimes across the world.  less so with Saddam.  most of his crimes were in Iraq.

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« Reply #30 on: January 02, 2007, 02:11:24 PM »

So Kathy!

I think I will let you get the last word, not because I agree with you but I don't think we can get closer to each other than we are and further will not lead to anything. Have a nice day, I hope you will be spared and your sons survive the madness.
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« Reply #31 on: January 02, 2007, 02:31:39 PM »

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thank you.  so do i.

conversation is never wasted.  thank you also for a good talk!
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« Reply #32 on: January 02, 2007, 05:28:45 PM »

See Jorn:

You can agree to disagree on any subject - that is a wonderful concept. Sharing your ideas and culture is eye-opening to many other people from many other lands.

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« Reply #33 on: January 02, 2007, 11:30:26 PM »

Switzerland is a fascinating expamle. A neutral country for all intents and purposes, however every household and public building has a bomb shelter and every household has a firearm. It was interesting to me to see young blokes in casual clothes, standing on corners with a kit bag, waiting with their semi automatic military rifle slung over their shoulder. No one bating an eyelid, they may as well have been invisible. They were simply waiting for thier lift to annual military training.

Switzerland adopts the theory that a nation where every house has a firearm and a bomb shelter is very hard to conquer. I tend to agree and it has worked for them.

They are a society mature enough to be able to adopt this strategy. I dont think I could say the same for Australia.
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« Reply #34 on: January 03, 2007, 05:42:13 AM »

Mick,

From what I read the land of downunder is just as dangerous since firearms were outlawed as it was before.  The only difference is that the law abidding citizens no longer have a means to protect themselves while the criminals still have means of obtaining weapons.  The reports I've read state that the murder rate has not changed much post anit-gun in comparison to when gun ownership was allowed.

Like Jorn mentions, yes even Police can go nutty.  It's a very stressful job, I know, I had to retire after being injured 4 different times to the point I became disabled.  Some police officers get so stressed out from seeing the dirty side of life that they commit suicide with their duty weapon.  But regardless of which country of the world you live in, criminals keep getting guns while more and more citizens are made defenseless. 

One thing people overlook; Government has no obligation to prevent you from being harmed or killed, only a duty to bring the one who does you harm to justice in order to prevent anarchy.  Crime prevention is simply the existence of the police, government reacts to crime by investigating, arresting, and trying a law breaker.  If you expect government to shield you from harm you are delusional--they can't do it without assigning everyone a body guard and whose to say the body guard won't harm you.
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« Reply #35 on: January 03, 2007, 10:15:03 AM »

about disarming the population.....  it does not keep criminals from getting an using guns.  what exactly would be A purpose of disarming a population?

I see no small amount of irony in the fact that the two countries that tried to take Europe by force, have now done it by constitution..... and without a shot fired.  How brilliant is that?  Convince all the countries that surrendering curacy, culture, and sovereignty is in their best interest.  Who can protest?  They have even taken away the knives.
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