I thought this was appropriate, seeing how Fallujah has sparked violence that has spread beyond. In April complete destruction was the aim, but for political reasons the mission was aborted. Now, well, we have a media blackout, save embedded reporters getting sick footage of an unarmed Iraqi fighter being shot while unarmed and lying on the ground...


so we've heard enough (I believe) to understand the idea of using a town's destruction as an example is still pervasive. And if you know about Guernica, the aim was to create total destruction of a town in order to serve as a similar example.



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