Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan
How does one really respond to your twisted and disturbing logic?
With understanding of the situation at hand, understanding of laws, justice and human rights and using common sense..... so far since you've only debated using emotionally charged bias and ignorance towards those you don't consider human beings, rather then factual reasoning..... I guess there is no way for you to respond and thus, no wonder why it seems twisted and disturbing to you because you simply don't understand what's really going on.
I really like the argument that the medic was responsible for his own death.... The last time I heard that pathetic reasoning was relative to hearing defense lawyers blame the rape victim for "dressing too sexy and really wanting it". Perhaps you can go down to the courthouse next time there is a rape trial going on and try that line to the victim.
Once again you use another piss poor comparison that doesn't even relate to the topic at hand, let alone what was said.
The soldier and the US forces that were involved in this situation were the instigators of this situation and they shouldn't have let their guard down until the entire area was secured.
If you want a comparison, compare it to a hostage situation where the hostage taker kills all his hostages and then strolls out of the bank thinking it's all over, only to get blown away by the SWAT team waiting outside...... then crying foul because you weren't ready or you personally considered the whole thing done and over with.
Blaming others for getting killed when you started an armed conflict and already killed a number of your enemy is just pathetic. In a situation where it's kill or be killed, your survival over someone else's survival, anything goes, regardless if you're a soldier or a civilian..... you bitch about the Right to Life for the soldier who's purposely over there to kill others, yet I still haven't seen you even address how that right to life applies to others, such as Omar.
Further, this bullsh*t about the US forces invading, etc...
Bullsh*t about the US forces invading?
What I said is true..... perhaps you should read up on your recent history.
Newsflash for ya; Khadr isn't an Afghan.
Newsflash.... neither are the Americans or any of the NATO forces that are over there..... the only people who actually have a right to be over there are the Afghans themselves. So if Omar isn't supposed to be over there because he's not an Afghan..... what excuse do you have for the Americans going over there with all their military might to blow everything and everybody up?
Oh that's right, you don't have an excuse.
That said, he wasn't there to defend anything, his role (as per the handy little videos the terrorists left behind) was an offensive one... A run-of-the-mill terrorist that uses women and children as human shields and disposable chattels.
By all means, show me those handy little videos they left behind that show him using women and children as human shields, or was that just you trying to use more baseless emotion bullsh*t again?
His role over there was to be a good little son to his father and fight his father's own wars for him or end up dead by his father's hands.
Nonetheless, with any luck, Khadr will spend the rest of his sentence in a regular prison, maybe even in general population. I suppose that we'll see what the inmates think of your buddy in terms of his being a "terrorist rock star" or maybe they'll just think that he's dressed just too damn sexy and wants it.
Ah, so Canada's Criminals and their expert knowledge on these subjects are what you use for judgment in these matters?
That makes your argument sound so much better.
"Because the Sexual Predator in Cell Block 3 doesn't like Omar, that settles everything on the matter."
~ yeah ok
A last question for you... Did Gallileo Gallei throw acid in the faces of little girls?.. Just askin'.
Ah wonderful, more emotionally charged crap...... perhaps he did....... but more importantly.... Did Omar throw acid in the faces of little girls???
Come on genius..... answer that one for me.... then maybe I'll considering answering your stupid question above.
Here's Omar's Official Statement:
CBC News - World - Omar Khadr apologizes to widow
"My name is Omar Khadr. I'm 24 years old. I finished 8th Grade. My hobbies are sports and reading. I decided to plead guilty to take responsibility for the acts I've done...
Firstly, I lost my sight in my left eye. And my right eye was severely wounded. I still experience problems with my right eye. I have a cataract and shrapnel. I've been notified by medical staff that I might lose my vision from my injuries. I was shot twice in my back. Once in my left shoulder, another in my back and they both exited from my chest...
That's my biggest dream and biggest wish, to get out of this place. Because, being in this place, I've really known and understood the wonders and beauties of life I haven't experienced before. I would really like to have a chance to experience these things.
The first thing is school and knowledge, have the chance to have true relationships, an experience I've never had in my life. And almost everything else in life. Education is knowledge and I have a fascination with knowledge. I just feel it's something beautiful to understand and know and have a sense of everything in life...
The most important thing that I wish for is being a doctor of medicine. That's because, me personally, I've experienced from my injuries physical pain and I've experienced like emotional pains. I know what pain means. I'd really love to relieve a person who is suffering from such pain.
During my time here, as Nelson Mandela says, in prison, the most thing you have is time to think about things. I've had a lot of time to think about things. I came to a conclusion that hate, first thing is, you're not going to gain anything with hate. Second thing, it's more destructive than it's constructive. Third thing: I came to a conclusion that love and forgiveness are more constructive and will bring people together and will give them understanding and will solve a lot of problems...[Standing, to Tabitha Speer]: "I'm really really sorry for the pain I've caused you and your family. I wish I could do something that would take this pain away from you. This is all I can say."