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To: kattracks

Another example of how wrong John Kerry and the Democrats are in their assessment of this war on terror and the real need to re-elect George W Bush.


19 posted on 09/06/2004 5:17:32 AM PDT by Erik Latranyi (9-11 is your Peace Dividend)
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To: Erik Latranyi

America liberal party is comunist!


27 posted on 09/06/2004 5:52:01 AM PDT by anonymoussierra
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To: Erik Latranyi
Soon afterward we were informed of a much greater number of the dead. 158, 429, 556, 600 it was still indefinite how many wounded people have been admitted to local hospitals of North Ossetia. Officially, there are 646 wounded, 227 of whom are children. Only ten of those bastards who had opened the gates of hell were killed; another ten were killed not long afterward

Japan Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has expressed his condolences to the families of the deceased. He also stated that the bandits should receive death penalty what they had done. President of South Korea No Mu Hen in his telephone conversation with the Russian President has expressed his readiness to aid Moscow recover after the terrorist acts. Foreign Minister of Indonesia has also given a speech in Jakarta where he accused terrorists" actions. Paris in turn has condemned "the most horrific action." Israel has offered with child rehabilitation.

Thank you, our foreign friends. But how come not a single authoritative figure in Russia steps forward with such propositions? They could have at least expressed their condolences to people who have lost their loved ones due to the terror. Are they too busy? Are they so busy that in the course of entire 11 hours no one had time to say something to its people? Or did the immense grief clouded their minds and completely disabled them to utter a word?

Remember, the first words of sympathy and support to George Bush right after the events of September 11 have been expressed by Vladimir Putin. Obviously, citizens of Beslan are not American presidents. However, their grief is no lesser. They would have listened to their president. But the Russian President is not the only one to blame. Russian Prime Minister Fradkov is also silent. All of those who are responsible for social, medical, military problems are also speechless. Leaders of political parties appear to be mute as well. Perhaps, they are all just way too busy with their political affairs. As for us, ordinary people, we have no other choice but wait and see when another blast (God forbid!) will take place or another school will be seized by terrorists. Well then, we"ll wait until someone announces another mourning day in Russia. After all, it seems as though Russian government has nothing else to say.
(Note: ...no mention of Bush and the U.S. offering full support and expressing condolences)
Excerpt: from Russian government is not in a rush to comment such mind-boggling eruption of terrorism.

Pravda

41 posted on 09/06/2004 7:27:01 AM PDT by fight_truth_decay
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