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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » News from Iraq
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And when I say “news”, I mean exactly that, as opposed to the enemy propaganda regularly disseminated by the MSM, and that’s not even mentioning the Associated (with terrorists) Press who still, to this day, refuse to comment on the findings of real reporters on the ground investigating the Tale of Torched Mosques.

Not that we’d want to comment upon it if we’d been the modern day equivalent of the Volkischer Beobachter. There’s something about cockroaches and the bright light of facts, you know. They just don’t do all that well together.

At any rate, here’s a dispatch from Friend of the Empire, Michael Yon, reporting it as it is. The good, the bad and the ugly, but all of it honest.

15 Responses to “News from Iraq”
  1. LC HOGHEAD Comment by LC HOGHEAD

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    first !!!!

    WHAT A GREAT THING TO HAVE THE genuine SCOOP, UNTARNISHED ,RATHER THAN THE msm shit !!!!

  2. LC Mrs. M Comment by LC Mrs. M

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    Great story. Good to hear something of Iraq that wasn’t sucking up to the terrorists.

  3. Unregistered Comment by Draven32

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    I need to get Over There with a video camera. period.

  4. juandos Comment by juandos

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    Ahhh gee! 1st Lt. Ehren Watada doesn’t know what he’s missing…

    None the less Watada has a truly witless yet totally clueless moonbat in his corner…

  5. juandos Comment by juandos

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    Oh wait!

    How much play did this get in the MSM even though it ran in Newsweek?

    In what might be called the mother of all surprises, Iraq’s economy is growing strong, even booming in places

  6. juandos Comment by juandos

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    Danes In Afghanistan

    Danish forces battle it out with Taliban in the town of Musa Qala, in Southern Afghanistan, Helmand Province

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e12f146f46

  7. Unregistered Comment by SkyWatch

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    Just wanted to say thnx for the link. I went and checked it out and it is a great account.

  8. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone

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    None the less Watada has a truly witless yet totally clueless moonbat in his corner…

    I haven’t even finished that idiotarian’s screech yet, and I am already wondering what planet that twit is from.

    She just doesn’t seem to get it. If you join the military, you sign away certain things. Like the ability to choose your job. To go where you want to go, get up when you want, go where you want, when you want to, and do whatever you want, just isn’t there.

    1st Lt. Ehren Watada signed on the dotted line, just like millions of other Americans have. For the term of his enlistment, Uncle Sugar calls the shots. Why can’t she understand that?

  9. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone

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    Juandos Damn, did this twit get taken to the woodshed…

    From the comments at Alternet…

    I don’t think you even know what free speech is.
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    Posted by: JeffinSac on Jan 26, 2007 9:45 AM

    It appears from your comments you don’t even know or understand what free speech is.
    “Doesn’t it fly in the face of the First Amendment to compel a journalist to participate in a government prosecution against a source, particularly in matters related to personal political speech?”

    In simple answer to your question is no. He exercised his free speech by talking to you and your exercised your free speech by publishing his comments. What you are really asking is now that you have both exercised your free speech, can the government can hold you accountable for it in a court of law if that free speech breaks the law. The answer to this question is yes. This is not a free speech issue, but an issue of being held accountable for your free speech when it breaks the law.

    There is also no protecting of a source, as you said, because the source is already know and public knowledge. To attempt to state this shows you have no idea about what you are talking about or reporting on.

    You also confuse the US public justice system with the military UCMJ system and point to one to use one point and another to use another point. Military personal don’t have or use the same justice system then civilian, which is a simple fact which you seem to want to be denying. You attempt to bring up points and make issues, without differentiating between the two, shows how you are either trying to deny to truth on these facts. I think you might want to educate yourself a little more about the UCMJ and how the military works before attempting talk on the issue.

    Now let’s get on to what you think your job is.

    “As a journalist, it is not my place or position to either support or criticize the thoughts and expressions of an interview subject. My job is to record those thoughts and expressions accurately and provide a public forum for that individual to be heard.”

    Your job as a journalist is to report the facts and truth to the public, without distorting it with personal opinions. After reading your post here it appears you have no idea on the facts and truth and have instead attempted to use your personal opinion of what you believe “freedom of speech” is. Reading your post you have shown yourself to be a poster child for what is wrong with reporters now in this country. You lack of reporting on the UCMJ and your attempt to bring instead the civilian justice system in as your reasoning shows how you are not reporting about the facts and truth in this case. Your using your personal opinion on what you feel about the 1st amendment as truth and facts instead of what the real issue is shows how you don’t know what you are talking about.

    “I stand firmly by a conviction I share with many: a member of the press should never be placed in the position of aiding a government prosecution. This goes against the grain of even the most basic understanding of the First Amendment’s free press guarantee and the expectations of a democracy that relies upon a free flow of information and perspectives without fear of censor or retribution.”

    Sorry I 100% disagree with you here. What you are saying is that members of the press should not be held accountable for their actions and reporting. You think you should be able to hide behind the first amendment when you publish comments that break the law and don’t think the government should ever hold you accountable for these comments. What your whole post and comments are about is NOT your 1st amendment rights, but whether or not the government can hold you accountable for expressing these rights when they break the law.

    I hope this is a wake up call to you and other journalist that when you report something, you can and will be held accountable for your reporting when it breaks the law. Stop claiming it is your 1st amendment right to do so.

  10. juandos Comment by juandos

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    You also confuse the US public justice system with the military UCMJ system and point to one to use one point and another to use another point

    BINGO! Guido…

    Doesn’t it fly in the face of the First Amendment to compel a journalist to participate in a government prosecution against a source, particularly in matters related to personal political speech?

    I too found this hilarious! No one was stopping anyone from saying anything at all… That’s the beautiful part, Watada showed just how clueless he was/is and the upside is that this little butt head who apparently thought he was in the Boy Scouts instead of what his voluntarily taken armed forces oath expected of him…

    Well at least Watada will no longer be a position to lead other young volunteers to their deaths because of his obvious stupidity…

  11. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone

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    Well at least Watada will no longer be a position to lead other young volunteers to their deaths because of his obvious stupidity…

    Amen, Brother.

  12. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    One of your links appears to be down… what happened with watada??

    RH

  13. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie

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    Has the Emperor seen #6 by Juandos yet?

    Vikings f’ng getting some!

  14. NCLivingBrit Comment by NCLivingBrit

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    I hope and pray that me and mine are good enough people to justify and earn the safety those brave men and women buy us, each and every night.

    This long war has had me looking back through my life, at wasted opportunities and selfishness both small and large. I have found myself wanting in many regards, even without such examples to compare myself to. And in response, I am trying to repair deficiencies in my actions and character so plainly highlighted by the stark comparison.

    So not only have I been gifted with safety for little personal price, but I have been given perspective, impetus for change and a swift kick in the pants.

    So to the men and women busily preserving Iraq and the world from chaos: Thank you.

  15. juandos Comment by juandos

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    One of your links appears to be down… what happened with watada??

    Robert, which one specifically are you refering to?

    This one: “Officer at Fort Lewis calls Iraq war illegal, refuses order to go is from Seattle Times…

    The second one: Army Attempts to Redefine Free Speech
    is from AlterNet…

    They both seem to be working right now at least…

    A quick perusal of Yahoo news will show you how the libtards are trying to redefine Watada’s seditious behavior… Here’s an example: Watada Case Sparks Freedom Of Speech Debate