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Happy New Year   [2009]

Happy New Year Released by :

Release Date :
8 January 2009

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:******____  6.4/10 (6 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Ymgve of 3172 Continuum
Music .... Ymgve of 3172 Continuum
Graphics .... Ymgve of 3172 Continuum

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User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 14 January 2009
E$G: read my words I posted previously: "Disproportionate overkill". The guy with 10 bombs attacking the child with a spear will be remembered as the villain, no matter what the background.

Both sides have wronged, but one side deals out death far more than any other and it's that side that is supported by USA and the EU, decades of shame. If there was oil in the gaza tunnels maybe we would have a Kuwaiti sequel.

Anyway, this release is great, it stimulates emotion. Unlike some of the other braindead data out there.
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 8 January 2009
at last, a political motive!
User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 8 January 2009
what jazzcat said!!
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Submitted by Raffox on 8 January 2009

Enjoy this article!
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Submitted by The Dark Judge on 8 January 2009
I would create an anti-demo.
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Submitted by Jamais on 8 January 2009
Well..i think EU and USA are both guiltiest in this situation.They stand behind israel with keeping their silence about this violence.Civilization isn't about defend your own citizen's right, it is about defends all people's right.Without western civilization's support they do nothing.I don't think Hamas doin right thing.But what would you do?
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Submitted by Oswald on 8 January 2009
anyone defending any side is defending killers.
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Submitted by E$G on 8 January 2009
@daison, as I told be4 I don't give personal opinion 'cause I believe that the rights or the way to proceed in a wrong way is on both sides. People said that Arafat was a good leader that cares of people others said that he was the evil himself and lead the terror(ists). I think most of us knows that Israel is sponsored by US but also from others europeans weapons sellers (Germany, Italy, France and why not from Russia to ...) I remember also israeli tanks destroyin' palestinesis houses and killin' american pacifists. War is always wrong every side you belong / take care / support. For others with no heart is just a matter of buzineZZ.
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Submitted by Ervin on 8 January 2009
I don't think political opinions from either side or justifications of the facts should be expressed here. There is a war and both sides have their share of guilt (and loss). We, so-called civilized Europeans, have no touch with those cultures and their history (let's not count immigrants here) so let's not judge them.
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Submitted by daison on 8 January 2009
Well, Hamas are not nice people, we all know that. But the point is, Palestine is being invaded for decades now. Their 'army' is nothing compared to the (US- sponsored) Israeli one.
When one is outforced like that, it's understandable that one resorts to guerilla tacticts. That doesn't make those tactics right, but what other options are there now?
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Submitted by E$G on 8 January 2009
I don't give any opinion I just think that the world is so wide but we have a small piece of mind to live happily together ... from another site I found this:
"For All The Crying ARABs Out There ….
& For All The Other Nations Sayin ISRAEl Is Doing Wrong
For All Those Who Belive Hammas Is Legit
……….HERE YOU GO……………..

See For Yourself!!!!!
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 8 January 2009
Although the sound hurts my ears and the graphics ain't exactly eye-candy, i really like the way the message is brought in this little product.
The agony in my ears is nothing compared to the agony currently going on in Gaza.
It comforts me to know that there are people within this scene that share my view on the conflict.

And @jazzcat: very well said indeed.
User Comment
Submitted by icon on 8 January 2009
@Jazzcat: Extremely well said...
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 8 January 2009
Nice message, subtle and to the point!

It's a tragedy. You occupy someone's country, you take away their rights, you constantly step on them and treat them like dirt, you refuse to even consider talking to their democratically elected government...

...and then you call them terrorists, because they dare to fight back in their desperation, and suddenly killing children is "War on Terror".

BAH. Disproportionate overkill :(

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