Thirty Trayvons

Posted in The Death Penalty, Undogegorized, War by chamblee54 on October 31, 2013






The names in these pictures are children. They lived in Pakistan. They were killed by the United States. Unmanned aircraft routinely fly over Pakistan and kill people. There is no risk to any United States military personnel.

The background pictures are from a neighborhood fall festival. This is life in the United States. Some say that the children in Pakistan are killed to preserve this way of life. Kill them over there before they come kill us here.

Last year, a young man was killed in a Florida town. An enormous outcry was heard about this death. Pictures of the deceased were on every television set in America. Every one of the names in this feature is a young person, killed by an American citizen. Pictures of these children will not be seen on American television. If the POTUS had a son, he would not look like one of these children.






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  1. Cal Gough said, on November 15, 2013 at 9:14 am

    Thank you for this.

  2. Advice From Britney Spears | Chamblee54 said, on February 1, 2014 at 1:01 pm

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  3. Thirty Trayvons | Chamblee54 said, on October 17, 2015 at 6:44 pm

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