Wednesday, May 23

A Chance To Live

This is a Pulitzer Prize winning photo (click to enlarge).

Baghdad - Mohammed Saleem, 18 months, lies in a coffin at a Sadr City morgue. Relatives said the boy and four other family members were killed in their car when U.S. forces opened fire overnight. (Photo by Karim Kadim, June 6, 2004).




Describe to me in few words, what your immediate thoughts were when you looked at this pic. Mine:

His baby sandals on, he was ready to see the world...but little did he know that this world didn't care about giving him that chance. I don't understand why little Mohammed had to die this way...why all his years were brutally stolen. I have lost all faith in humanity and my heart bleeds for this innocent child. God when did you die?




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DICEY said...

I saw the pic first before I read your header or the description. This is really sad. I thought the kid was still alive and just fell asleep. ´
And tragedies like that happen every day.

deepsat said...

my heart breaks into a million pieces whenever I see such pics. the very essence of human beings is dead now. the world needs cleansing and its not far when judgment day would come on us... and i do hope that day comes soon... its only after that many mohammed salems would be free to enjoy this world as their own!!

god bless his soul!!

Aditi said...

he looked like he is talking or smiling .. so fully of life..so much life yet to live..
yet the pic is only the tip of the iceberg

DJ said...

another brutal casualty due to the hideous nature of humans... :(

but for the boy, there must be something special about him that the angels picked him first before others... god bless his soul to rest in peace...

Menchie said...

It is so sad that things like this happen in all parts of the world. This is so heartbreaking.

SamY said...

hmm ... I'v seen more gory bodies of little babies in rubble ... crushed, their bodies in parts and such ... wish I could have given the kid a comforting hug to ease his departure from this world in anyway I could ... really out of words :(

my only respite is in realising that other kids suffer more grotesque deaths (n I dun wanna mention em) ... some consolation for this kid huh

vishesh said...

what lays ahead?

Yashita said...

Hi Keshi:)

the first thing that came to my mind, was the boy looks so like a doll...fair white skin and clean shoes, that maroon shirt looks really good on him...and then I read that he was a killed:(

and god is not dead...he is working on far less ambitious projects...changing the depraved world is even beyond God's scope...looks like he has lost hope for any sanity on earth...

Kalpana said...

So inhuman.

taqdeer said...

Hi Keshi. People must indeed wake up. We cannot merely say 'Oh well it happens' anymore.

The more people see it as 'normal', as 'something that happens', the more it will happen.

We are the ones making it part of everyday life by accepting it.

It is very nice to see that you look at life itself and not just what looks nice on it's surface.

May God welcome that little boy and all the others that don't make it to the papers, with warm and loving hands.

Kavi said...

How many roads must a man walk down
Before you call him a man?
Yes, 'n' how many seas must a white dove sail
Before she sleeps in the sand?
Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannon balls fly
Before they're forever banned?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.


How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, 'n' how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, 'n' how many deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?

Jeevan said...

He is one of the thousand children’s killed in human war!! Sometimes it thinks that being an orphan, going along with his family is better, but losing one life is really sad! Praying that no more kid like him would lose in the bloody fight.

Shionge said...

It is always so unfair when such things happened not just to small children Keshi.

praveen said...

Why? Seriously we just had enough of wars and brutality and many people have suffered in the midst of people comparing their ball sizes..we don't need this

Cazzie!!! said...

I thought I would vomit right then and there.

Ps said...

made me angry,sad and depressed.
Everybody's blood is red.Yet so much hate drives the world, instead of peace and love.

Priyanka Sarkar said...

when i first saw the pic ...i thought its some child game...it s as if the kid wud spring up any moment from the box(somehow i cant get myself to call tht a coffin) and start giggling.....Alas!!
The world really needs to awaken....innocents always suffer at such condition but a vivid pic as this......omg!!!!its both scary n sad....
God bless his soul!!!

Jewel Rays said...

I didn;t know he is dead until i read the post. Heartbreaking Keshi.

I don't understand this killings and the heart that could do it.

The Old Mule said...

I can think of nothing more tragic and sad and totally meaningless as the death of this child. And what is this violence for? Just think of all the others.

Poo said...

awwww keshi , i dont like to see such pictures, it break my heart :((

Thanks Keshi for realizing me something. I am blogging again.

Take care sweetz and love you sooooooooooooooo much.

Mr. Evil said...

God must be weeping, he must be very lonely. Noone loved him enough. I doubt they still do. I've not lost faith / hope in god but perhaps in those I see around me. It's been a lifetime since i've seen someone genuinely happy.. breathing life.

MONA said...

That is so poignant and real. It is indeed sad & the perpetrators justify these calling them a historical necessity, which is even more ironic.

I pray that every child on this earth may make a safe journey!

anuj said...

first reaction : SAD

n thn i cliked d pic fr d larger view .. n again it was like SAD .. kids r so cute n y do ppl do such stuff wid thm ..

i mean he had so much to do .. n so many smiles to bring on others faces .. n so much of world to see n learn .. n bfr d day he cud realise tht this world was quite not a good place to b in .. i mean he cudnt really realise tht .. m sure all he knew was tht life is gud ..

its sad !!

Thumbelina said...

Keshi,

I dun like this pic..

He was still so very young!

He hasn't even seen the real world yet.. He hasn't got the chance to know more frenz.. He hasn't got the chance to learn new things.. He hasn't got the chance to go to school...

He wasn't even given a chance to live longer...

I feel so sad for him.. :(

Like ur post title "A Chance To Live". Everybody deserves this chance to live...

But it seems likt God actually wanted him too early.. Maybe He has His reasons for bringing this little boy back to Him...

Thumbee

Lisa Francisco aka AVIANA said...

Hey,

If you haven't done so already, listen to shakira's song "how do you do?" on her oral fixation 2 album. it's her questioning God. I think it rings with your question...God when did you die.

maybe it might give you some solace

pria said...

Looks like he is searching for his mom....
May be in his mind he wanted to show the world wat happens if a child is lost in such situation to this world where ther is no mercy and kindness.

Vikas said...

keshi we got to learn to live and accept that we live in the world where there is no love and warm..we live in world which is filled with brutal and bastard ppl.........and even god has lost his way but i think before asking god, we human society has to change,,because god did not show us to walk on this way, its we human walk on this way for our selfish wants

Take Care
Vikas{V}

Sush said...

No one has a right to take away a life.. and this kid all set to explore the world just like we do now is no longer there..why??????

Vest said...

Absolutely sickening.

Asha said...

I am all choked up and don't know what to say.I have tears in my eyes,can't see.
For US, Karma is a bitch.

Jay said...

It's all very sad. That poor little child and the NINE U.S. soldiers killed yesterday. The whole war is a freaking disaster. Bush is a disaster. The worst part is the propoganda. All the lies.

Fleiger said...

Well, it is hard to see any "purpose" in this, but still, you shouldn't lose the faith in humanity so easily.

Remember, there are many such attacks, but then we also have the other end of spectrum, like complete strangers helping each other in Mumbai floods and tsunami.


And one more thing, one of my friends replied (I know a bit late) to my query regarding Prachi. Have they checked with AIIMS in Delhi? My friend thinks this might help. Do you want me to find out more info?

Rajeev said...

that is really sad!! :(

peace & love
JeeVY

pink ginger 珂琳 said...

Many countries invest most money in their weapon than anything else.

I believe god will be with the victims and the beautiful soul shall rest in peace.

starry nights said...

He was ready to go out into the world,grow up and have a family,he has been robbed.Nobody wins in war, its the innocent citizens that die for no fault of theirs,politicians don't see this are they blind,I wonder if they would continue to fight if that child was theirs.Keshi I am as disillusioned with God like you.where is this god who is here to protect us,does he not see the senseless killing.I thought all children were to be protected from the evils in this world.when will this fighting stop?

Mirage said...

Speechlessness...followed by shock, then rage, and then immense grief. The poor kid was too young even to understand death. I just pray his soul rests in peace...

Astral said...

such pics are unbearable.....i wonder why these kids.....why not those who do this to the world.

AlterinG Abhishek said...

i think If i was there, I might not have been able to hold back my tears...

Top cat said...

shock! anger! sadness! heartwrenching pain!
I felt the same way when our soldiers went on a revenge killing into the home of Iraqui's killing everyone, old men, women and children.

Please don't give up keshi because there is plenty of humanity in people, it's goverments who have no humanity.
hugs
tc

Justine said...

somebody's baby, ghost white.

TLW said...

First I thght ...what a sick joke to put a otherwise good looking kid into a coffin...

AnonymousBlogger said...

Two things stood out to me.

First, is the very simple coffin. Just very plain if you will, compared to what I am used to seeing.

Also, I was surprised that the boy is to be buried in the clothes he died in - or at least that's what it looks like to me.

Are people dying so frequently over there that they must used plywood boxes, and not take the time to properly dress the dead? The answer must be yes.

WP2007 said...

Hi Keshi

We are in the middle of a school shooting in Toronto. 1 dead -- a 14-year-old boy. All ETF (S.W.A.T.)officers at scene. No more details at this time.

I'm just taking a break and saw your post.

It's very sad when a Pulitzer Prize winner is a pic of a dead child.

I have already seen this pic. To me it sends the message that we live in a very sick world.

BEV

Justin Thyme said...

Wow. I am pretty much speechless, which for someone like me with a bad case of verbal diarrhea, is rare!
Myself, I have opposed the war openly and verbally long before it even began, and I remain just as convinced - perhaps even moreso - that what is happening is wrong and completely unjust, and believe that those responsible (yes, including our president) should be tried in the world court as war criminals.
What I find even more striking than this, though, is that this photo is not being shown here in the US. I think if more people saw images like this, there would be a much greater call to arms for an immediate change.
I hope you don't mind, but I would like to post this on my blog as well. Who knows - perhaps if enough people here do see it, maybe we will begin to see a real change.

Aidan said...

senseless, horrible, humanity at its worst.

chocolteluva said...

whats he wrapped in? looked like he's wrapped in something. what is the writing mean on the couffin..
what those random feet around the couffin are... who they were.. were they related to him or just ppl gawking..
how was he?
those are the things that went into my mind FIRST. yes i was heart broken to continue reading about it, but thats NOT WHAT I FIRST THOUGHT.

Deepthi said...

he might have been on his way to a movie,picnic or just for a drive.Little one has gone back to his frnd in heaven...hope he did not suffer....and was as bright as himself...pray for him and pray for others too...freak what has this world come to..killing innocent,bombing religous places...just fighting and nothing else....

Nora said...

For some reason, I noted how well dressed he was. Then I burst into tears. There are no words to describe this Keshi. None at all. Thanks for posting. x

Keshi said...

hey Dicey WC!

**I thought the kid was still alive and just fell asleep. ´

He looks like he's alive doesnt he.


**And tragedies like that happen every day.

yes but that doesnt make it less painful or more acceptable. It's really very sad!


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Deepz heyy!

I agree.

**very essence of human beings is dead now.

And alot of ppl seem to be immune to such events. Just cos it happens alot, ppl r aloof abt it and that makes me even sadder.

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Aditi heyy!

**he looked like he is talking or smiling .. so fully of life..so much life yet to live

yes thats why I chose this pic for a post. His lil body represents LIFE and DEATH in one shot.



Keshi.

Keshi said...

ty DJ!

**something special about him that the angels picked him first before others

I'd like to think so too. Cos come to think of it, even if if he grew up to be a man, this world is not going to stop killing each other.


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It is Menchie!



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ty Samy! I was speechless too when I first laid my eyes on this lil one.


**my only respite is in realising that other kids suffer more grotesque deaths

its one way to make up our minds..but it wont last too long.


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I wonder Vishesh...ever so often and I see nothing but bloodshed.



Keshi.

Keshi said...

Yash hey long time HUGGGGGGGGZ!

yes he looks like a porcelain doll. A doll that broke my heart.

Im not too sure abt God's work when I see such mindless atrocities. Just what is He doing and who is He really protecting?


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aha Kalpana...it's just beyond words.


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Taqdeer ty!

**We are the ones making it part of everyday life by accepting it.

I agree...ppl have become immune to such carnage just cos it happens EVERYDAY. Dun ppl realise that it doesnt get any better tho!


**May God welcome that little boy and all the others that don't make it to the papers...

yeah these pics dun make it to the headlines cos they r scenes from the Middle East. We live in a really sad n biased world.


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Kavi thats a nice verse...I have seen that b4. yes HOW MANY more deaths?



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Jeevan I agree...Im glad he went along with his family and didn't end up being a war orphan. thats worse.




Keshi.

Keshi said...

I agree Shionge. But kids r totally helpless...thats why it makes it more heart-breaking.


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Praveen I agree.


**many people have suffered in the midst of people comparing their ball sizes

Its the greed for POWER and it's sickening! This shouldnt have happened at all.


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Caz yes it's that sickening.

For godssakes this child should be playing with teddies in complete safety, not bombed to death! Something is VERY WRONG.


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PS I agree and I cant u'stand why PEACE is so hard to come by.


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Priyanka yes its both scary n sad...and like u said it also feels like a joke...the joke is us, the adults.



Keshi.

Keshi said...

Amy me neither. And I cant rest till ppl realise that. Why cant they realise what they r doing?

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Mule ty!

**And what is this violence for?

Agree...what is this for? How can lil Mohammed's death justify anything at all?


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Poo aww...but Im glad ur blogging again. HUGGGGGGGGGGZ!



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Evil heyy!

**God must be weeping, he must be very lonely. Noone loved him enough.

Doesnt HE know we love Him? There r alot of good ppl too u know. Why cant God see that? if He's so powerful why cant He stop mean ppl from committing such barbaric acts?


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Mona ur spot on. TY!




Keshi.

Keshi said...

Yes Anuj he was deprived of his chances...quite unfairly.


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Thumbee yes...and we have it so much better.


**But it seems likt God actually wanted him too early

Sometimes I find it hard to go by that thought anymore..I mean if God had better plans for this lil person, why was he born at all?


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ty Lisa I havent heard that song at all...will check it out now.



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Priya ur comment made me all teary.


**Looks like he is searching for his mom....


God bless this child!

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I agree Vikas.


**because god did not show us to walk on this way, its we human walk on this way for our selfish wants

I know. But if He is so powerful why cant He protect kids from being killed this way?


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Sush I don't know why either...I really wish someone could ans that.




Keshi.

Keshi said...

Vest yes its so very sickening.


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Asha HUGGGGGGGGGGZ!

We gotta learn to love more and make the best of what we have...today is all we have.


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Jay I agree... The worst part is the propoganda...all the lies in the name of PEACE!


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Fleiger I agree.

** like complete strangers helping each other in Mumbai floods and tsunami.


true...but why does EVIL always win over LOVE?

Abt Prachi...let me tell Poo abt it n get back to ya. THANKS!


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it is Rajeev!




Keshi.

Keshi said...

Ginger thats right...investing on weapons is equivalent to feeding hatred.


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Starry ur right...nobody wins in War.


**where is this god who is here to protect us,does he not see the senseless killing

I have the same qns. I really havent found an ans.


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Mirage ty!

**Speechlessness...followed by shock, then rage, and then immense grief

thats how I felt too. Totally speechless at first!


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Suchi hey long time no see...HUGGGGGGGZ!


**why not those who do this to the world.

I know...something is very wrong in this world. It seems to me that EVIL has taken over completely.


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yes Abhishek...who wudnt shed a tear at this sight!



Keshi.

Keshi said...

Rick yes..it's govts who do this...but they r also ppl and we have chosen those govts..thats what makes me sick. How can supposedly 'chosen' and 'learned' ppl be so WRONG!

tnxxx mate!

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Justine heyy!


**somebody's baby, ghost white.

instant thoughts ha...tnxxx!


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TLW yes...goodlooking kid..in a coffin.


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AB heyy!


**simple coffin

I agree. At the rate of bombings in Iraq, such a coffin I say wud be a luxury. Cos I have seen on TV how ppl r being buried on top of each other with no coffin at all.


**clothes

AB I guess they dont have time or money to attend to funeral etiquette. I say let him go the way he lived.


ty AB!


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BEV omg I will be at ur blog soon. More school shootings!! What r we becoming?


**It's very sad when a Pulitzer Prize winner is a pic of a dead child.

yes...but this pis is very special..to me it depicts LIFE n DEATH in one shot.

tnxx Bev!



Keshi.

Keshi said...

Justin hey tnxx!

**believe that those responsible (yes, including our president) should be tried in the world court as war criminals.

I agree. Just like how Saddam Hussein was tried.


**What I find even more striking than this, though, is that this photo is not being shown here in the US

well the US or the rest of the developed countries wudnt care much abt a lil Iraqi boy's death, wud they. But Paris Hilton makes it the front page..I wonder why.


**I think if more people saw images like this, there would be a much greater call to arms for an immediate change.

I totally agree. PPL NEED TO SEE. Their eyes need to witness such atrocity to feel the pain. thats why I chose this pic as well. U may put it up in ur blog Justin. Its a good deed ur doing.


**Who knows - perhaps if enough people here do see it, maybe we will begin to see a real change.

I agree. CHANGE does to come thru visual perception. TY Justin!


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Hello Aidan hows it going?


**senseless, horrible, humanity at its worst.

Indeed. It's beyond words.


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Chocolte I thought abt them too.

**whats he wrapped in? looked like he's wrapped in something

I realised that too..some sticky tape kinda thing ard his body...what r they?

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Deepthi ty!

**Little one has gone back to his frnd in heaven

I hope so too. I really hope so.



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Nora he was very well-dressed wasnt he.


**Then I burst into tears

aww me too. HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGZ! So many strangers r shedding tears for him.




Keshi.

Paul said...

For me, faith isn't in humanity. I hope our species isn't, as they say, "too stupid to live," and survives on this planet long term. But I don't know. Global warming, for example, was first spotted by science as a potential serious threat that was better acted on sooner than later back in the early seventies!

As a species we're young, so I feel it's too early to say. But it seems that for every ray of hope there's a reality such as this photo shows. Personally, I wouldn't want to place a bet on human life either way at this point.

Thumbelina said...

Keshi,

**Sometimes I find it hard to go by that thought anymore..I mean if God had better plans for this lil person, why was he born at all?

- I tot of it too.. But in church last time, we were taught never to question God.. Maybe he does have better plans for this little one :)

Anyway, I got my new job which i will be starting next monday. So this time round, it becomes my turn for not being to update my blog everyday (not Poo). I will still try to do it when i get home each night.

Thumbee

Anonymous said...

God bless this little child and all the other women and children who have died in IRAQ bcoz of the crusaders BUSH and BLAIR

Know u oh beautiful child
the americans are christians and they dont normally kill women and children

but they elected BUSH to head the nation to make america safe for americans

Now BUSH made an innocent mistake (God please forgive him)

he tot that Saddam had WMD's
and was a threat to america

mebbe not
he was out to get OSAMA
but OSAMA was much too smart for him

Now BUSH had to win the election to continue being the head of the american nation

he needed a victory
so he bombed IRAQ

this little child is just collateral damage

Anonymous said...

Keshi

u must understand the pollytics of WAR

u must enter polly tics
women are more nurturing than men

if women enter polly tics on a large scale
we shud see less wars being fought

Anonymous said...

the true horror of war was seen by Japan at Horoshima and Nagasaki
(WMD's used on a defenceless civilian population)

but the americans arm twisted the Japanese into hiding the real ugly pics

AMERICA controls the press worldwide

the Newspapers need advertizements from american MNC's

they dare not offend America

Anonymous said...

John Brown went off to war, called to battle on a foreign shore,
And his mother, she sure was proud of him!
When he stood so straight and tall, in his uniform and all,
His mother’s face broke out in a glowing grin.

She said, "Son, you look so fine, I'm so glad you're a son of mine—
You make me proud to know you hold a gun.
Do what your captain says an’ lots of medals you will get,
Then we'll hang them on the wall when you come home."

As that evening train pulled out, John's ma began to shout,
Telling everybody in the neighborhood:
"That's my son that's about to go, he's a soldier now, you know,"
And she made well sure her neighbors understood.

She got a letter once in a while, and her face broke into a smile,
Then she showed them to the people from next door,
And she bragged about her son, with his uniform and gun,
And this thing they called “a good old-fashioned war.”

“A good old-fashioned war.”

After all his letters home, his mail had ceased to come,
And she hadn’t heard a word for nine months or more.
Then one letter finally came: "Go down and meet the train—
Your son is coming home from the war."

Oh, she smiled and went right down, she looked everywhere around,
But she could not find her soldier son in sight.
But as all the people passed, she saw her son at last
And when she did, she could hardly believe her eyes.

His young face was all shot up, and one hand had been blown off,
And he wore a metal brace around his waist.
He whispered kind of slow, in a voice she did not know,
And she could not even recognize his face.

She said, "Oh, my darling son, Lord, tell me what they’ve done.
How is it that you ended up this way?"
He tried his best to speak, but his mouth could hardly move,
And his mother had to turn her face away.

"Don't you remember, Ma, when I went off to war,
You thought it was the best thing I could do?
When I was on that battleground, you were home an’ acting proud.
Be glad that you weren’t standing in my shoes.
,
And I thought when I was there, ‘God, what am I doing here?
Just tryin’ to kill somebody or DIE tryin'.’
But the thing that scared me most, when my enemy came up close,
I saw his frightened face looked just like mine.
,

Lord, just like mine!

Then I couldn't help but think, through that thunder and the stink,
I was only one more puppet in their play.
And through the roar and smoke, that string, it finally broke,
And a blast of fire blew my eyes away."

When the young man tried to walk, his mother was still in shock,
As she saw that metal brace that helped him stand.
But as they turned to go, he held his mother close,
And he dropped his medals down into her hand.

Keshi said...

Hey Paul ty!

**Personally, I wouldn't want to place a bet on human life either way at this point.

I agree. It makes good sense.


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Congrats on ur new job Thumbee! Im so happy for u :)


**But in church last time, we were taught never to question God

I know..even my mum says that. But I choose to qn God anyways. If we cant ask abt things we dunno from God, who else can we really ask from?

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Anony hey tnxx!


**this little child is just collateral damage

Yeah thats a term used by war-lovers.


**AMERICA controls the press worldwide

CNN, NBC...they dun wanna put this pic on front page. I wonder why.



Keshi.

The Phoenix said...

I think putting a picture of a dead baby on the front page could easily be interpreted as disrespectful and using the death of a child to gain ratings.

Plus, God isn't dead. Maybe our belief in Him is.

He gave us freewill...and awful, terrible things like this can be the result.

Thumbelina said...

Keshi,

Thanks!!

**I know..even my mum says that. But I choose to qn God anyways. If we cant ask abt things we dunno from God, who else can we really ask from?

- Ya.. True also..

Maybe i can also start to question Him... HaHa...

Thumbee

Keshi said...

Hey Phoenix tnxx!

**I think putting a picture of a dead baby on the front page could easily be interpreted as disrespectful and using the death of a child to gain ratings.

yes I agree...but werent pics of the WTC and Virginia-Tech tagedies on the front page?


**Plus, God isn't dead. Maybe our belief in Him is.

I dunno what to BELIEVE anymore.




Keshi.

Keshi said...

Thumbee :) hugggggggz!


Keshi.

Anonymous said...

You who are on the road
Must have a code that you can live by
And so become yourself
Because the past is just a good bye.

Teach your children well,
Their father's hell did slowly go by,
And feed them on your dreams
The one they picked, the one you'll know by.

Don't you ever ask them why, if they told you, you would cry,
So just look at them and sigh and know they love you.

And you, of tender years,
Can't know the fears that your elders grew by,
And so please help them with your youth,
They seek the truth before they can die.

Teach your parents well,
Their children's hell will slowly go by,
And feed them on your dreams
The one they picked, the one you'll know by.

Don't you ever ask them why, if they told you, you would cry,
So just look at them and sigh and know they love you.

Anonymous said...

WE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS DETERMINED
to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold sorrow to mankind, and
to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small, and

to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained, and

to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,



AND FOR THESE ENDS
to practice tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbours, and

to unite our strength to maintain international peace and security, and
,
to ensure, by the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest, and
,

to employ international machinery for the promotion of the economic and social advancement of all peoples,


HAVE RESOLVED TO COMBINE OUR EFFORTS TO ACCOMPLISH THESE AIMS
Accordingly, our respective Governments, through representatives assembled in the city of San Francisco, who have exhibited their full powers found to be in good and due form, have agreed to the present Charter of the United Nations and do hereby establish an international organization to be known as the United Nations.

http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/

Anonymous said...

The UN has lost its teeth
The UN was not able to prevent the bombing of IRAQ

the IRAQ war did not have the sanction of the UN

the superpower does not respect international treaties

the USA is the biggest funder for the UN
(funded by all nations as a percentage of their GNP)

in common parlance
the USA is a roque state

so is ISRAEL


WWIII is just round the corner
this will be a nuclear war


no survivors
no vistors

loosers all

what frightens me is that BUSH has his finger on the nuclear trigger

and the Texan is trigger happy
is BUSH bipolar?

his next target is IRAN

Keshi said...

Anoy heyy!

**to ensure, by the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest, and ,

So where's the implementation ha.



Bush is a Bully...a mighty big one too. Why cant the rest of the world see this and do something abt it? I find that SHOCKING.



Keshi.

Keshi said...

Justin and Saby tnxxx for taking this pic across to ur blogs. It spreads the msg that ALL LIFE is precious.

Most known NEWS organisations dun publish such pics on the front page, cos they dun consider developing nations' lives any important. It's really sad.


Keshi.

Jim said...

Two, one, two, three, four
Ev'rybody's talking about
Bagism, Shagism, Dragism, Madism,
Ragism, Tagism
This-ism, That-ism, is-m, is-m, is-m
All we are saying is give piece a chance,
All we are saying is give piece a chance
C'mon
Ev'rybody's talking about ministers,
Sinister, Banisters
And canisters, Bishops, Fishops,
Rabbis, and Pop eyes, Bye, bye, bye byes
All we are saying is give peace a chance,
All we are saying is give peace a chance
Let me tell you now
Revoluton, evolution, masturbation,
Flagellation, regulation, integrations,
Meditations, United Nations,
Congratulations
Ev'rybody's talking about
John and Yoko, Timmy Leary, Rosemary,
Tommy Smothers, Bobby Dylan,
Tommy Copper,
Derek Taylor, Norman Mailer,
Allen Ginsberg, Hare Krishna,
Hare
Krishna

Keshi said...

Jim yeah give peace a chance...nobody seems to hear it tho.

Keshi.

Anonymous said...

We must join hands in saving the world from War, Rape, Rebels, Famine, Genocide, Starvation, Atomic Bombs, Disease, Cancer, Aids, Civil Rights, Animal Welfare, Poverty, Violence, Discrimination, People Rights, Our Seniors and Global Warming!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


The world is so empty if one only think of mountians, rivers and cities; but to know someone here and there who thinks and feels with us, and who, though distant, is close to us in spirit, this makes the earth an inhabited garden.

The workings of the human heart are the profoundest mystery of the universe. One moment they make us despair of our kind, and the next we see in them the reflection of the divine image.


It is only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up that we will begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it were the only one we had.
When we hurt each other we should write it down in the sand, so the winds of forgiveness can make it go away for good. When we help each other we should chisel it in stone, lest we never forget the love of a friend.

http://www.care2.com/c2c/people/profile.html?pid=604885160

Anonymous said...

Shucks
i gott too much time on my hands

does it really matter?
will i make a difference by posting all this crap?

i dont give a damn
i just got to say what i have to say

live for today
let the devil take tommorrow

its kinda funny
i have set my sights on going to america and earn plenty dollars

and here i am giving americans a hard time

they gonna kill me when i get to america

hehehehehe

Keshi said...

Saby America is ur land too...the world is one.

Keshi.

Keshi said...

Anony above tnxx alot!

I love wut u wrote.


**When we hurt each other we should write it down in the sand, so the winds of forgiveness can make it go away for good. When we help each other we should chisel it in stone, lest we never forget the love of a friend.

Spot on! Beautiful.



Keshi.

Jim said...

, this cud be Justin,

I hear people talkin' bad,
About the way we have to live here in this country,
Harpin' on the wars we fight,
An' gripin' 'bout the way things oughta be.
An' I don't mind 'em switchin' sides,
An' standin' up for things they believe in.
When they're runnin' down my country, man,
They're walkin' on the fightin' side of me.
Yeah, walkin' on the fightin' side of me.
Runnin' down the way of life,
Our fightin' men have fought and died to keep.
If you don't love it, leave it:
Let this song I'm singin' be a warnin'.
If you're runnin' down my country, man,
You're walkin' on the fightin' side of me.

I read about some squirrely guy,
Who claims, he just don't believe in fightin'.
An' I wonder just how long,
The rest of us can count on bein' free.
They love our milk an' honey,
But they preach about some other way of livin'.
When they're runnin' down my country, hoss,
They're walkin' on the fightin' side of me.

Yeah, walkin' on the fightin' side of me.
Runnin' down the way of life,
Our fightin' men have fought and died to keep.
If you don't love it, leave it:
Let this song I'm singin' be a warnin'.
If you're runnin' down my country, man,
You're walkin' on the fightin' side of me.

Yeah, walkin' on the fightin' side of me.
Runnin' down the way of life,
Our fightin' men have fought and died to keep.
If you don't love it, leave it:
Let this song I'm singin' be a warnin'.
If you're runnin' down my country, man,
You're walkin' on the fightin' side of me.

Keshi said...

Jim Im glad Justin is here after a long time. I hope u 2 friends now?

Keshi.

Iceman said...

blank... numb...

niki sato said...

gOSHHHHH!!
no wonder u feel like protecting kids. oh sooo very sad(>__<)

Keshi said...

Iceman numb it is..


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Niki yeah...wish I cud..but I feel so useless.



Keshi.

Anonymous said...

i have few friends left
the following have banned me

cheesemeister
yellow dog granny
pink drama
michelle
TASHA
SOUTHIE
De Vile ignores me
Justin too
Ashes dont respond

Karen is gone
CARAF has disappeared
Janice is gone for good

i found another Janice, she is due to get married next month
and she seeks advice and help

its an arranged marriage like janice

she worries
will it work out?

my girl has got a job and is busy
dont write much

i am soo lonely
hence i come here to heckle u and Margie

Keshi said...

Saby I dun believe in Banning...unless ur a serial killer. But yeah mebbe u hassled these ppl continuously till they lost it for good. :)

Anyways I wont ban u as long as I live...duncha worry. I dun forget old friends. And u will always be a person I want comments from...good or bad, as long as it's real


Keshi.

Anonymous said...

Face it
is blogging an escape from this dreary world?

is blogging about stroking?
u feel blue and u post
another blogger reads and strokes u
and u feel good again

is blogging healthy?


How Long Do You Spend Blogging?
A question to the bloggers who read my site? On average, how long do you devote to blogging each day? That includes finding/thinking of material to blog about and actually composing posts.

I spend far too much time blogging - probably around 3 hours plus a day - and it starts to become difficult when you have programming assignments to do and lectures to attend (who knows what things will be like when I start working again). I'm always looking for ways to streamline things but I guess it just takes a long time to read a load of different blogs/sites.

What's your routine? At the moment I wake up at 7 and the very first thing I do (it's sad I know) is log on and see what's new. I'll spend about an hour or more composing a few posts. Then I'll head into uni where I will occasionally blog throughout the day. When I get back from uni I will spend a good couple of hours checking out blogs and posting. Whilst it spend a few hours in the evening I won't be purely blogging, I will also be doing other things.

Maintaining this routine is really hard on occasions and you may notice that on some days I post less than usual. This is usually because I am either at the pub or just feel like a breather. Other days you'll see tons of posts. This is because I have plenty of time on my hands to blog. Anyone have any tips for more efficient blogging?

Posted by Robert Gale at 05:04 PM | Permalink

Anonymous said...

if your real world is good
u wont have the time to blog

when i was on vacation in GOA
we really enjoyed our selves to the full

i forgot about the blog world
then all too soon, the vacation ended

and i once again sought the company of net friends

net friends is no subsitiute for real world friends

its like writing your autobiography
when u r living life, u dont go on nostalgia trips

u dont write
u live

Keshi said...

Anony whether blogging brings u health or not, as long as it keeps u happy why be so skeptical abt it? The day u get sick of it, leave. It's as simple as that.

:)
Keshi.

Keshi said...

Anoy u can LIVE and WRITE abt it too.

Keshi.

vishesh said...

well guess its a bloody world...

Keshi said...

If u think Blogging is for ppl who have no other life, then u shouldnt be here. As I see it, blogging is also part of LIFE...it makes us express, voice our feelings, write abt experiences, share, spread love n build friendships.

If u forgot abt blogging when u were in Goa, thats not cos Blogging was a bad thing...it was cos u were busy enjoying Goa...and when ur in Blogs, u enjoy blogs.

Have a balance in everything. Too much of anything is not good for u...even too much of Goa! :)


Keshi.

Keshi said...

aha Vish hows u? :)

Im abt to leave now...catch u laterz!

Keshi.

Anonymous said...

Ah well
i dont think i will ever stop blogging completely

but i hope to God that i blog less
and spend more time in the real world

stroking by words is not enuff
u need to look into his/her eyes as u talk

u need to touch, taste, smell
u need instant feedback from all your sense organs

am i doing it right?


hehehehe
thats me
the SEX COUNSELLOR

Anonymous said...

how the fuck do u remain connected with so many guys?

u amaze me
u r a polly gamist

u have far too many guys u connect with

u r not normal
havent u heard of quality vs quantity ?

u need a software to keep track of all your friends

anyways ROCK ON !
as Rex wud say

Anonymous said...

Lessons learnt


In April, Maya Angelou was interviewed by Oprah on her
70+ birthday.
Oprah asked her what she thought of growing older.
And, there on television, she said it was "exciting."
Regarding body changes, she said there were many, occurring every
day...like her breasts. They seem to be in a race to see which will reach her
waist, first.

The audience laughed so hard they cried. She is such a simple
and honest woman, with so much wisdom in her words!

Maya Angelou said this:

"I've learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems
today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow."

"I've learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the
way he/she handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage,
and tangled Christmas tree lights."

I've learned that regardless of your relationship with
your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your
life."

"I've learned that making a 'living' is not the same thing
as 'making a life'."

"I've learned that life sometimes gives you a second
chance."

"I've learned that you shouldn't go through life with a
catcher's mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw some
things back."

"I've learned that whenever I decide something with an open
heart, I usually make the right decision."

"I've learned that even when I have pains, I don't have to
be one."

"I've learned that every day you should reach out and
touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the
back."

"I've learned that I still have a lot to learn."

"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people
will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you
made them feel."

Lynn Rozario

Vikas said...

no answer for this keshi..u have to ask god only

Anonymous said...

This makes me sad, and it makes me angry. Sad for the child, he won't be able to enjoy the life he should have had. Sad for mankind, children are the future, without them we have no future. Mad that my own country is 'led' by a stubborn pigheaded selfish group of assholes, and we all get painted by this. Mad that these assholes concern themselves with money and greed, ignoring the casualties of their unholy war, ignoring the families of both sides, ignoring that there is no freedom for the dead. Ignorant bastards, I hope for karma.

Charles said...

Hi Keshi.

Charles said...

BTW. Someone should tell Robert Gale that if he really wants to post anonymously, he shouldn't paste his name into the the comment.

raghav said...

inhuman !!

Helen said...

if only we could all remember how precious life is, how fleeting, how we have each overcome thousands of odds just to be here together on this beautiful green earth. Maybe we wouldn't waste our energy on hate...Is anything sacred anymore?

ghee said...

awwwww...too sad scenery...my heart`s aching...

Ghost Particle said...

well...

leave it to humans to toss up a few and bury a few more. No one knows when they come in or leave, but with politics and religion, everyone can count their days and mark it on calenders. He will play well in Heaven. If heaven is not tainted with the same bloodsuckers.

priti said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwww......thats terrible....why cant these reckless fools spare atleast the kids....the first time I saw the picture i too thought it was some kind of a joke...and the kid feel asleep....only when I took a closer look at it I realized....Such a waste of life...Lets the child's soul RIP

diyadear said...

he looks so full of life. i didnt think he was dead.. how sad.. :(

Little Miss Muffet said...

the first thought i had was- why are they boxing the kid in? and then when i read about the story, i realized, it's true..it's us humans who are responsible for boxing the innocents in...

priti said...

Keshi I m borrowing this picture from your blog for my blog...I wanted to write something about this...hope you dont mind

Keshi said...

ok Saby wuteva.

Im well-connected cos I use Nokia LOL!


**I've learned that every day you should reach out and
touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the
back."

I agree..n I hug too much anyways :) e-hugs as well as real hugs. Go ask my mum hehe.


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Vikas Im tired of hearing no answers from God.



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hey Anony tnxx!


**Mad that my own country is 'led' by a stubborn pigheaded selfish group of assholes, and we all get painted by this.

dun be mad at ur country or urself. It's not u...it's the leaders. And nah I dun see all Americans thru the same shades. I think every country has it's good and bad ppl.

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hey Charles :)

Pardon my ignorance but who's Robert Gale?

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Indeedz Raghav!




Keshi.

mystic rose said...

keshi,
this is just the most heart wrenching pic i have seen. the reality of the world is much worse than this, esp in areas of strife.

who ARE these people that have the power to wage war and kill and corrupt when most of the people inthe world just want ot live peaceful lives? to what gain?

Keshi said...

Helen thats soo true! Well-said girl. Life is so precious and we have had it much better than many others out there...so treasure it and live every moment. And learn to love cos this life is not forver. U said it the best girl!


**Is anything sacred anymore?

It seems like nothing is values anymore! Its so very sad. I wanna save the world but Im sooo useless..cos Im just a very tiny part of this mighty big world made of all sorts of ppl...

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aha Ghee...it's very very sad. A lil boy should not have to go thru that!


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I agree Ghosty...



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Priti u may use the pic..no worries at all.

I agree...thye dun even leave innocent kids alone these days!


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Yes Diya...he looks like he's alive and he's still very much alive...cos he died in 2004 and look at us...we r all still talking abt him.


-----------------------------------

MissMuffet yes...we adults r a lost tribe!


Keshi.

Keshi said...

Rose I agree...I have never seen a pic that touched me deeply than this one.

**who ARE these people that have the power to wage war and kill and corrupt when most of the people in the world just want ot live peaceful lives? to what gain?


Exactly! WHO R THEY AND WHY???????




Keshi.

tulipspeaks said...

:((((



ammu.

Anonymous said...

Gandhi-ji once said
i love Christ
but i hate the christians

on a similiar note
my best friends are americans
(more so of the female gender)

Americans are beautiful ppl
and i wanna be in America

its American polly sees that i dont like
they have always meddled in other peoples affairs

and got hurt each time
they never learn from past mistakes

Anonymous said...

I spend far too much time blogging - probably around 3 hours plus a day - and it starts to become difficult when you have programming assignments to do and lectures to attend (who knows what things will be like when I start working again). I'm always looking for ways to streamline things but I guess it just takes a long time to read a load of different blogs/sites.


I am Robert Gale
I think

Anonymous said...

I love America.

I love every concept the Statue of Liberty stands for – that individual liberty is held above the objectives of government – that, as Washington and Jefferson said, America imparts good will toward all and threatens no one – that this country is so big-hearted and prosperous it can welcome people from all over the world fleeing oppression or poverty.

I love the Bill of Rights – the most noble document ever written to define the limits that government should obey.

I love the concepts of free speech, absolute privacy and religious freedom embodied in our traditions and our Constitution.

I love the rule of law – the right of accused persons to confront their accusers, the right to an attorney, the right to remain silent, the right to refuse admission to government officials wanting to enter your home or office.

These are just some of the things that have made America unique in the history of the world. They are a direct cause of America's prosperity, of our security, of what makes America attractive to so many would-be immigrants.

The "hate America" crowd

Unfortunately, too many Americans seem to have little love for that America.

They are quite willing to throw away the concepts I've described – in order to satisfy a lust for revenge against the September terrorists.

They're willing to abandon our cherished liberties – giving the government the power to do anything it wants. They assume – falsely – that such invasions of liberty and privacy won't affect themselves, even though the history of government demonstrates that what's applied against suspected terrorists today will be applied against innocent Americans tomorrow.

They're willing to abandon free speech – wanting to shut up those who don't join in the rah-rah cheering as President Bush abandons the essence of what made America unique and great.

They're willing to abandon the rule of law and transform America into a police state – where any law-enforcement agency, military court or intelligence agency can act as prosecutor, judge and jury to decide your future.

They're willing to let innocent Americans die – by encouraging our government to bomb innocent foreigners at will, almost guaranteeing that there will be further terrorist attacks against us.

They're willing to continue transforming what was once a worldwide love of America into a hatred for America – caused by the correct perception that American presidents believe they can force any foreign nation to do their bidding.

They make no objection when congressmen pass bills – without reading them first or having any idea what's actually in them – bills that take away your liberties, pile more government debt on your family, and give the president the power to do whatever he wants, as though he were a Roman emperor.

Words and deeds

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=25378

Anonymous said...

Removing Saddam was a bad move
Saddam was not a fundamentalist

he was against fundamentalists
they were a threat to his power

he kept the fundamentalists in check

Anonymous said...

Words and deeds

These people may not actually hate America. They may even profess to love America, but they show no understanding of what made America the precious nation it is. Here is what some of their sentiments amount to:


Contrary to the American respect for peace-loving people, they think our hurt entitles us to hurt others – even people who didn't hurt us.

Contrary to the American tradition of individual responsibility, they want to treat all Afghans as though they're bin Laden, and all Iraqis as though they're Saddam Hussein – making no distinction between the innocent and the guilty.

Contrary to the American ideal of individual liberty, they think freedom may be a nice concept but state security is more important.

Contrary to the American tradition of independent thought, they assert that questioning your government is unpatriotic, paranoid and tantamount to treason.

Contrary to the distrust of government that marked the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, they think that – despite all the mistakes our government has made – allegiance to the fatherland is your highest duty.

Contrary to the American way of good will toward all, they acknowledge that America is being transformed into an armed fortress, but say that's the price we must pay to be a superpower.
Those aren't the sentiments of people who recognize what made America the most attractive place on earth to live. But in the supreme irony, these people label those who protest against the destruction of American ideals "America-haters."

Where do you stand?

Do you love America?

If so, isn't it time you spoke out on behalf of America –

Anonymous said...

America is not to blame for all the ills in this world



if u cant get it up
dont blame Uncle Sam

Anonymous said...

,
"Target Iran: US able to strike in the spring. Despite denials, Pentagon plans for possible attack on nuclear sites are well advanced." Remember, Just Yesterday, It Was Confirmed Cheney/Bush/Rice Turned Down
,
Iranian Offers for Comprehensive Talks, Including the Potential Recognition of Israel.

Iran Arrests Key Al-Qaeda Suspects, But Busheviks Will Have Their War No Matter What. It's Kind of Like the Busheviks are Rapists. Nothing Will Stop Them. Neither Obeying the Law, Ethics, Morality, Common Sense, Decency, or Behaving Other Than as Criminals.


I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!

by Loren Adams * Fayetteville AR * USA
February 10, 2007
Send comments to:
LAdams727@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Where do you stand?

Do you love America?

If so, isn't it time you spoke out on behalf of America – before the president and Congress take away the rest of what made this the land of the free?

Or are you just as happy to see America transformed into one more bureaucratic warrior state, like so many of those in Europe and Asia?

I love America – the one symbolized by the Statue of Liberty – the America that was the beacon of liberty, providing light and hope and inspiration to the entire world. I want that America back.

The war-mongers may say they're patriotic Americans, but they're willing to discard everything unique about America in order to satisfy their lust to avenge the September tragedy.

The desire for revenge is understandable. But the rush to permanently abandon the wonders of America to satisfy a temporary rage is not.

Keshi said...

Ammu heyy hows u?

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Anonymous its not abt a country...it's about and emotion called HATE.


Keshi.

George said...

Poor child, robbed of anything and everything that should have been his. Killed by an american war (that isn't a war) that is freeing the world of terrorists. If the world were to be free of terrorists, then we had better be rid of the dictator bush (president of the I am above the law society) and his multi trillion dollar war machine.

Notice how the comments defending the yanks are mostly by "anonymous" commenters who are too cowardly to sign their names to their words.
united states ... nation of bullies.

Keshi said...

George I agree...it's supposedly a war against terrorisim but it's very nature is TERROR. Funny ha.

But I believe it's not AMERICA...it's greed for POWER and HATRED in a lethal pact.


Keshi.

homo escapeons said...

Most of the people killed during modern wars are civilians. This little guy never had a chance to experience one tenth of what he should have.
I felt sadness that a little kid has to pay for assinine adults and their ridiculous inventions of gods and laws and countries and pride and more bullsh*t than I could type if I stayed up all night!
My second thought was for his family members. His brothers or father will probably want to pick up a gun and get revenge, I would

..and on and on the cycle of violence continues. It will probably take a comet to stop us.

curryegg said...

OMG.... how can they treat him that way..sigh.... the world is so cruel. When I look at this photo, I hope that there is someone who can fight for him and save him from the coffine. sigh.... :(

Keshi said...

I agree HE.

And most ppl didnt even know abt this baby's death...mebbe cos he's an 'Iraqi' baby?

Keshi.

Keshi said...

sad ha Curryegg.

Keshi.

cathy said...

How many times did this child's mother will him to wake-up before they closed the coffin lid?

Charles said...

Hi Keshi,
I'll comment here about both the post and some of the comments.
I find it appalling and atrocious that innocent children are dying, have died and could die due to this action of the US gov. The American public has been deceived and kept in a state of fear by the current administration. Its a known fact that when in fear, people become more compliant and willing to strike back.
That Iraq was not involved was kept from the public and quite conversely, was blamed is due to a hidden agenda by the current administration.

Addressing the statement, "Notice how the comments defending the yanks are mostly by "anonymous" commenters who are too cowardly to sign their names to their words.
united states ... nation of bullies," I would comment here that there is ample reason for anyone who may be in the US to do so. All that need happen is for someone to be pursued for their statements and the word terrorist be utterred and they could easily disappear with no due process. Whether george knows it or not, I could only offer conjecture on my part. Within a week or two of the administration gaining their ill gotten "right" to deny citizens of their constitutional rights, a public figure spoke out about it, and was promptly threatened with such, by saying he was a traitor.
That george is a Canadian and obviously not from American society, makes his accusation of cowardice less than credible. Yes, we have bullies here, thing is, it is the public being bullied.

Trundling Grunt said...

Mine...
They are so busy burying their people that they don't even have time to get the coffin to fit. Their deaths have no dignity.

And W keeps on crowing about how the US etc are making progress. Is this a picture of progress?

Dear God, what have we done?

parisian cowboy said...

Hey Keshi ! I've discovered this picture while reading your blog today. Sad, sad, sad...

Keshi said...

hey Cathy WC!

**How many times did this child's mother will him to wake-up before they closed the coffin lid?

I think the whole family perished with him. And I think it's good in a way.


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Hey Charles tnxx!

I agree that FEAR is a very successful method of CONTROL! Atleast for some time :)


**Yes, we have bullies here, thing is, it is the public being bullied.

I totally agree! High time for a change of leaders.

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Trundz ur absolutely right.

**And W keeps on crowing about how the US etc are making progress. Is this a picture of progress?

Yes I'd like to see one too. Instead all I see is pics of dead children, destroyed homes and wailing women.


-----------------------------------

WC Cowboy tn ty!




Keshi.

Shiva said...

A divine potential nipped in the bud! Earth is infested by barbarians and aliens. What else to say???

Solution - Take all the politicians and drown them in a shark infested ocean.

Keshi said...

thats so true Shiva!


Keshi.

Prashant said...

Keshi, it not the GOD who had died,
but its teh GOD who has taken the child.............

Keshi said...

Prashant WHY?

Keshi.