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Who said that Truth was the first casuality of War? Take a look at the Middle East Revolutions and Wars, we Whites believe every word

In Uncategorized on September 11, 2013 at 12:13 am

War Lies? What White man said: Truth is the first casualty of war. This is from British Guardian News. (never again will I listen to USA National Public Radio after their repeated book chapter episodes explaining the act of homosexuality in a story form and “glorifying” it.)

It seems to originate in Greece, Aeschylus, in 456 BC, and others had similar ones after that.

It behooves me to believe a word on hear on mainstream news for it seems so contrived it is an insult to my intelligence. But then look at 9/11 and how I called my sons and asked them to “punish and fight” those that did it… Arabs… Muslims.. Yet it was Saudi Arabia, 19, that we were accusing and nothing happened to them at all… or are they on the next hit list since they are so wealthy and doing so good? Here’s just one of many answers. His own reply of “Ignorance is a disease that can never truly be cured,” is also interesting, for the damage is done already.

“Soooooo many answers…. yet sooooo many of them are wrong, ignorant, and ethnocentrically shortsighted! The first to coin such a phrase (and then be PLAGIARIZED by all these other people that you all tout and argue over) was a Greek writer (Dramatist – theatrical arts) named Aeschylus. Good job proving the ignorance of the masses (especially since you can learn the etymology of this particular phrase with a little researching online these days… or by GOING TO COLLEGE and taking a dramatic literature course or two!) “Ignorance is a disease that can never truly be cured” ”

http://www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0%2C5753%2C-21510%2C00.html

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