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  •  Perhaps, perhaps not. (4.00)
    But I'm reasonably sure that there's a fair percentage of 'resistance' fighters there who think that they are.

    Excellent slice of history, and a solid moral lesson.  Thanks for all your work.

    "Sometimes I think we're alone. Sometimes I think we're not. In either case, the thought is staggering." - R. Buckminster Fuller -5.88/-5.23

    by Shadan7 on Wed Dec 14, 2005 at 05:15:05 AM PST

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    •  PATRIOT: Watch and ACT NOW! (2.50)
      Please visit this dKos diary and TAKE ACTION!

      I will post this all over town today.

      ACT before it is too late to do anything about it.

    •  That is the advantage the resistance always has. (none)
      Should write a diary about an Iraq resistance fighter? Would I get troll rated?

      Do not feel safe. The poet remembers.
      You can kill one, but another is born.
      The words are written down, the deed, the date.

      Czeslaw Milosz

      by Chris Kulczycki on Wed Dec 14, 2005 at 07:22:30 PM PST

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      •  The issue is too complicated and hot (none)
        but, for those willing to see, everything is out there to see.

        No, you do not have to write about them. Maybe you shouldn't for the convenience sake. Suffices it to say history sees predecessors in Alegeria's NFL fighters who did not mind bombing French civilians (along with Algerians), or Vietcon troopers who assaulted the US Embassy in Saigon for a mission they knew would end in their deaths.

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