Bahrain’s Army Deliberately Kills Peaceful Protesters with Automatic Weapons (Video)

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15 Comments on "Bahrain’s Army Deliberately Kills Peaceful Protesters with Automatic Weapons (Video)"

  1. Plaguebubonics | Feb 19, 2011 at 6:31 pm |

    Pure slaughter. Camera man had the right idea though…

  2. Plaguebubonics | Feb 19, 2011 at 2:31 pm |

    Pure slaughter. Camera man had the right idea though…

  3. Hadrian999 | Feb 19, 2011 at 6:45 pm |

    you can’t have a peaceful revolution, for someone to gain someone has to lose,
    the people who are going to lose aren’t going to take it lightly.

  4. Hadrian999 | Feb 19, 2011 at 2:45 pm |

    you can’t have a peaceful revolution, for someone to gain someone has to lose,
    the people who are going to lose aren’t going to take it lightly.

    • Stickysideout | Feb 19, 2011 at 2:58 pm |

      Yeah Gahndi and MLK were pretty much failures in their attempts at peaceful protest.

  5. Stickysideout | Feb 19, 2011 at 6:58 pm |

    Yeah Gahndi and MLK were pretty much failures in their attempts at peaceful protest.

  6. This video is graphic only if viewed through the patriarchal, Eurocentric lens. Foucault suggests the use of predialectic capitalist theory to attack capitalism. Thus, the premise of constructivism holds that the significance of the observer is social comment, but only if the neocapitalist paradigm of discourse is valid; otherwise, Marx’s model of neocultural desituationism is one of “structuralist capitalism”, and hence elitist.

    In other words, who are we, as privileged, logocentric westerners, to pass judgment on the actions of the ‘other’? As Hegel wrote, “The universal is to be found in the state, in its laws, its universal and rational arrangements. The State is the Divine idea as it exists on earth.” These Bahranian soldiers are simply manifestations of Hegel’s Weltgeist, or “world spirit” asserting the state’s power.

  7. Filling Albert Hall | Feb 19, 2011 at 8:17 pm |

    The Saudis were just given the single largest Sale of U.S. arms is history.
    The Saudis sent troops to Bahrain to bolster the Govt.

    These are U.S. weapons being used against people agitating for their freedom.

    Even Foucault would tell you to shove it up your college philosophy ass.

  8. Hadrian999 | Feb 19, 2011 at 8:37 pm |

    and how did they die? india and pakistan…..sure looks like a win to me

  9. Very funny.

    Would you try to score points against the Marxist-Postmodernist Monolith if these were white Americans being gunned down?

  10. Props to the camerman. I would have used a huge telephoto from about a mile away. That dudes got balls.

  11. Props to the camerman. I would have used a huge telephoto from about a mile away. That dudes got balls.

  12. Ironaddict06 | Feb 21, 2011 at 4:52 pm |

    THis is the norm not the exception in revolution attempts.
    I”m curious why CNN, CNBC, FOX, etc are not covering the protest and sending reporters into these countries? Egypt was basically covered around the clock-while their is a brief mention about all of the others.

  13. Ironaddict06 | Feb 21, 2011 at 12:52 pm |

    THis is the norm not the exception in revolution attempts.
    I”m curious why CNN, CNBC, FOX, etc are not covering the protest and sending reporters into these countries? Egypt was basically covered around the clock-while their is a brief mention about all of the others.

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