Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Calling a spade a spade

The MSM's use of bland, non-threatening terms such as "insurgent" to describe the wanton murderers and hate-mongers in Iraq has infuriated many Americans.

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Jan. 25 - The black sedan made its way down Madaris Street, the young men inside tossing leaflets out the window.

"This is a final warning to all of those who plan to participate in the election," the leaflets said. "We vow to wash the streets of Baghdad with the voters' blood."
The leaflets, like many turning up on sidewalks and doorsteps across the capital, were chilling in their detail: they warned Iraqis to stay at least 500 yards away from voting booths, for each would be the potential target of a rocket, mortar shell or car bomb. The leaflet suggested that Iraqis stay away from their windows, too, in case of blasts.

"To those of you who think you can vote and then run away," the leaflet warned, "we will shadow you and catch you, and we will cut off your heads and the heads of your children."

Calling these scum 'insurgents' is like calling the Stasi 'peace officers'.

The title of this article? Insurgents Vowing to Kill Iraqis Who Brave the Polls on Sunday

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