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Schools? Who gives a rip about schools?

Tell us where the Chinese embassy is, will ya?

It's so silly. According to Mr. Struck, the US "didn't need any directions" because they already knew which targets to attack. But apparently, they had no idea where any schools or hospitals were located? It doesnt make sense.

>>German opposition politicians stepped up pressure on Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday, saying he should resign if German secret agents were shown to have helped the United States in its invasion of Iraq.<<

Yeah, very good. This is just childish.

@Imbecilia

>>German opposition politicians stepped up pressure on Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday, saying he should resign if German secret agents were shown to have helped the United States in its invasion of Iraq
This is just childish.

No kidding. They should have been helping Saddam.


On the first page of zeit.de: Did Schröder lie? Mr. von Randow tells us, that the German government did not say the Ieaqi war was illegal, against the law!!! No? Really? Who in Germany does not say this? Did Mr. von Randow got crazy? I thought it is a fact?!


"BND

Hat Schröder gelogen?

Wieder wird die Ehrlichkeit der rot-grünen Bundesregierung in Zweifel gezogen. Dabei hätte der Bundesnachrichtendienst Recht daran getan, den Amerikanern alle Information zu geben, die sie im Irak brauchten. Ein Kommentar

von Gero von Randow

... Anders wäre dies zu bewerten, wenn der Irak-Krieg in den Augen der Bundesregierung verbrecherisch gewesen wäre, ein zu ahndender Bruch des Völkerrechts. Man darf einer solchen Wertung ja auch durchaus zuneigen, aber es war nicht diejenige der Bundesregierung, zumindest nicht offiziell. Und deshalb war der BND sehr wohl befugt, seiner Aufgabe auch weiterhin nachzugehen, Informationen zu geben um andere Informationen zu bekommen."

http://www.zeit.de/online/2006/03/BND_kommentar


Schröder hat also nicht behauptet, der Irakkrieg ohne UN-Mandat sei völkerrechtswidrig? Haben ALLE Medien ihn also falsch verstanden??? Hier dreht und wendet ein Journalist die Wahrheit nach Belieben. Kein Respekt mehr vor dem Leser.


Now hold on a minute. The Germans did nothing wrong this time, either (as usual). It's "a psychological warfare program" being carried out by the United States against this peace-loving people. Schon wieder die Opfer...

It is so difficult at times to stay morally pure.

What a mess for Joschka Fischer, this time it is not conservatives who are calling for an investigation committee, but his old brothel, and this time he has no script for it any more. Could be fun :-)

Probably the BND had agents in Iraq, but at least as probably the alleged Pentagon source for this tempest in a teacup is just as fake as the Killian documents.

What I find to be so amusing about all of this, is the report of BND activity in Iraq as it relates to the US is based on a single source.

I find it interesting German M$M finds no need to collaborate the information provided before running with it.

It would seem given the sources used by the Marty Report,(all I know is what I read in the newspaper) and now this, the German media is nothing more than a spreader of rummors.

I find this not to be surprising given there overall level of professionalism one finds in M$M.

No wonder the Germans have a different view of the world than Americans do. How could they not?

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