A hack and a fake hop onto a bed and . .
SAID EDDIE, "HE MADE MY BOY VAG-JAY ALL MOIST AND TINGLY. THE THOUGHT OF BEING THAT CLOSE TO A WAR CRIMINAL GAVE ME MULTIPLE ORGASMS. THE BIGGEST DILDO AT THE PLEASURE CHEST HAS NEVER BROUGHT ME SO MUCH JOY. STANDING NEXT TO HIM, THE SMELL OF ALL THE CIVILIANS HE'S KILLED IN THE DRONE WAY? OH, IT WAS INTOXICATING. I'M JUST A TIRED WHORE WHO WANTS TO BE FISTED BY BARRY."
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
Nickolay Mladenov has declared, "The Iraqi ordinary citizen continues to suffer from violence and terrorism. 2014 has seen the highest number of causalities since the violence in 2006 - 2007."
Nickolay Mladenov is United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's special envoy to Iraq. The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq counts at least 12,282 deaths and 23,126 people left injured. This doesn't include Anbar which means the numbers are significantly higher since Anbar is the scene of much violence.
Not including Anbar not only reduces the number of dead and wounded, it also allows people to pose and pretend.
'Oh, that awful Islamic State! Killing innocent civilians!'
You mean like the Iraqi government does?
Alsumaria reports 20 civilians were killed in Falluja yesterday -- including 3 children -- and another twenty left injured.
Who killed and wounded those people?
The Iraqi military.
They've been bombing residential neighborhoods in Falluja since January. It's a War Crime.
Nickolay Mladenov has made one statement opposing it -- it's now a year that it's been going on, that the Iraqi government has been killing Iraqi civilians.
And Nickolay thinks one statement takes care of it?
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has never said one word.
Not one word.
Does he really think he represent the best of the world's aspirations by staying silent about a government killing civilians?
That's not the century.
That's the number of civilian corpses Falluja General Hospital has received since the fall of victims of these attacks.
1900 is the number the western press won't tell you.
1900 is the number of innocents whose lives didn't matter to the Iraqi government and whose deaths clearly do not matter to the world press, to the White House or to the United Nations.
At what point does the world insist that the Iraqi government stop killing Iraqi civilians?
If you're wondering that's why the UN doesn't include Anbar in their death tolls -- they don't want to confront the reality that people are being killed -- so many are being killed -- by the Iraqi government.
It's not because they can't 'verify' the deaths. They can verify deaths in Anbar as easily as they can anywhere else in Iraq -- in fact, they can verify them in Anbar a great deal easier than they can in Nineveh Province (especially Mosul).
They chose not to include Anbar and have done so because they don't want to 'embarrass' the Iraqi government.
Never forget that: The UN which proclaims "it's your world" bends over backwards to avoid documenting the deaths in Anbar because they don't want to 'embarrass' the Iraqi government.
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