I think the comments helped the players to go out there and shown that they had no intention of being cannon fodder
Hans, who had returned from medical service on the Russian front, where hundreds of thousands of his fellow Germans were being sacrificed as human cannon fodder
in Hitler's mad invasion attempt, believed The White Rose must not delay.
We're like cannon fodder
," Paredes told some 700 youth and community activists who convened last October for the national "On the Frontlines" counter-recruitment conference at the University of California, Berkeley.
Perhaps the reason Barbara Bush made that desolate statement is that she, a member of a new patrician class psychopathologically insulated from real life America, can relate no better to poverty than can her son, whose regressive taxation, attempts to undermine Social Security, shameless facilitation of Rx company and "friendly" contractor interests, and deployment of the poor as cannon fodder
in Iraq speak to a profound disconnect with the wants and needs of our country.
For while the president tells a crowd of "have-mores" that they are his base, Fahrenheit 9/11 reminds us that the cannon fodder
for the White House's unnecessary war are the "have-nots.
Instead, Haynes points out that the peons are, in fact, on the receiving end of the decisions of exactly those highly effective people and the folks who decide to move other people's cheese: They're so much cannon fodder
for the field generals who prosecute corporate wars.
We have to educate our people so that our young people will not go to war and be used as cannon fodder
The Australian Government shared the official British view, and probably--again this was not publicly stated--saw the kids as useful cannon fodder
in a revived (post-World War II) threat from Japan.
Rather than watch yourself turned into cannon fodder
for corporate tragedies you had little to do with, act decisively--but only if you want to stay.
It was Moynihan who proposed turning unemployed black men into cannon fodder
for the Vietnam War to teach them how to be proper men, away from the reach of a supposedly emasculating black matriarchy--and oh, by the way, meeting the troop needs of the first big escalation of the war.
And it produced dark myths: One dear to demagogues is that the American experience in Indochina used black soldiers as cannon fodder
STEVE MORISON says Millwall love being written off as Championship cannon fodder
We are just cannon fodder
and backs to the mill, our lives counted in profit, not quality.
The weights are headed by course-and-distance winner Cannon Fodder
, who has been dropped 5lb since finishing seventh in a Listed contest at Cheltenham last time.