Thursday, March 16, 2006

Top American Soldier Videos

Political, Economic, Moral
& Personal Side of War

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Image Hosting by*the Ground Truth
Image Hosting by*American Soldier
Image Hosting by*Reality of War In Iraq
Image Hosting by*Serving In the Iraq War Changed My Mind
Image Hosting by*A Soldier's Perspective

Image Hosting by*A Soldier's War
Image Hosting by*From Bataan To Baghdad
Image Hosting by*Suicide Missions
Image Hosting by*911 Before/After

Image Hosting by*General Zinni
Image Hosting by*Bush War Machine Music Video
Image Hosting by*Falluja Peace Vigil (United Kingdom)
Image Hosting by*They Can't Be Bothered To Count Iraqi Dead (United Kingdom)

Today's Best Historical Videos
Image Hosting by*The predicament Bush & the hawks have gotten us into
Image Hosting by*Iraq War Multimedia
Image Hosting by*The World According to Bush Part 1
Image Hosting by*The World According to Bush Part 2
Image Hosting by*Germ Warfare: Dr Kelly's Last Interview
Image Hosting by*CIA & Americas Third World War
Image Hosting by*Secrets of the Iraq War

The Ground Truth: The Human Cost of War is our soldiers' perspective of the Iraq War, and how they are being treated upon returning home. It goes beyond the war stories to look underneath our American tradition of going to war and then abandoning the warrior.

one third of all American homeless are Vets

We see the dreams and realities that often set up soldiers and their families for a lifetime of heartbreak. Yet, billions of tax dollars are spent recruiting, training, and paying soldiers to fight our wars, only to ignore and dismiss these same people, now well trained to serve their country, and to kill.

How do we “Support Our Troops” when the killing stops? What is behind our silent indifference to these new warriors, and the 272,000 homeless veterans we walk by every day? This film asks Congress and the American people to bare witness to these soldiers and their families, and to consider the human cost of war, above all else.

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