Skip to comments.Broomfield to dramatise alleged Iraq massacre (a movie about Haditha already)
Posted on 09/25/2006 4:55:34 PM PDT by jmc1969
Nick Broomfield is making a film about the alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians and insurgents by US marines in Haditha. He will begin shooting in Jordan this November using a small film crew and non-actors for the principal roles.
On November 19 2005, a roadside bomb in the Sunni town of Haditha killed Lance Corporal Miguel Terrazas. The US military initially claimed that 15 civilians had died in the blast, but then said that the civilians were accidentally shot by marines during a gun battle with insurgents.
However, eyewitness accounts and a video shot by a local journalist have suggested that the civilian deaths were revenge killings.
(Excerpt) Read more at guardian.co.uk ...
Yep. That we haven't seen a story on Haditha for months shows what a fraud this thing was. I hate the MSM...
I'm sure Time magazine and the NY Times will give it glowing reviews.
And those on the Left have the nerve to wonder why America is hated and why terrorism may be growing. When Hugo Chavez endorses a book by a leading, liberal American author/professor whose only work has been to attack his own country, the answer is staring you in the face.
Whether it's Democrat politicians accusing US troops of atrocities or the media writing fake stories about Korans and toilets, can there be any doubt about who the instigators of hatred are towards this country. The left in this country and around the world is the most dangerous threat to our civilization.
For decades now--whether in the newsrooms, classrooms, movie theaters and TV, the Left has ingrained a hatred in the mind of others for this country that has seeped out and polluted the minds of people from around the world. Without their contributions, Islam--just as with the Soviet Union, wouldn't be nearly as emboldened as they are. These people haven't just enabled our enemies, they are giving them the very reasons to hate us, and thus, justify future attacks.
What about the thousands killed by torture?
I guess they don't find that sensational enough.
Or maybe they just don't find it objectionable enough.
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