Last edited by Pollycy; Jun 11 2012 at 03:24 PM.
"I am aware how almost impossible it is in this country to carry out a foreign policy [in the Middle East] not approved by the Jews..... terrific control the Jews have over the news media and the barrage the Jews have built up on congressmen .... I am very much concerned over the fact that the Jewish influence here is completely dominating the scene and making it almost impossible to get congress to do anything they don't approve of. Sec. of State John Foster Dulles
Well, it's like this: We enjoy hurting muslims. If they would learn to be respectful of their betters, then the hurting would stop and we would go home. Until then, your screaming and bleeding is comedic entertainment. If you don't like that, too bad.
Cry for me. I want to see you cry.
Last edited by Mandrake; Jun 11 2012 at 05:37 PM.
My cat is better than yours.
"Marine Gen. John Allen flew to Logar province, just south of Kabul, to meet with villagers and offer his condolences for the bombing Wednesday that Afghan officials said killed 18 civilians. The airstrike was called in by U.S. troops after they came under fire while pursuing a Taliban fighter in a village in the Baraki Barak district.
“I know that no apology can bring back the lives of the children or the people who perished in this tragedy and this accident, but I want you to know that you have my apology and we will do the right thing by the families,” Allen told the Afghans, according to the Associated Press. NATO troops often make condolence payments to the families of victims in civilian casualty incidents."
He is just covering up another Wedding slaughter. They do this every now and then. His apology is a lie, because his policy is a continuation of the policy that has guided US military operations since Lincoln's Communist Revolution of 1861 when Union General Sherman declared:
"We are not fighting against enemy armies, but against an enemy people, both young and old, rich and poor, and they must feel the iron hand of war in the same way as organized armies."
Wait till these geniuses become cops, they'll pull a Waco every time they get the slightest hassle from the peasants.
On another part of the stage of the Afghanistan THEATRE of war, other actors present their drama:
The first reports that President Obama had landed in Afghanistan to keep US troops killing Afghan peasants were denied both by the White House and the US Embassy in Afghanistan, which condemned the reports as untrue. Later they conceded they were true, and made no attempt to explain why they lied in the first place.
Their first response is to lie. Telling the truth is more dangerous than lies, for them.
Last edited by Ivan88; Jun 11 2012 at 09:14 PM.
Depart from evil, and do good; seek peace, and pursue it. (Psalms 34:14)
And thus the cycle continues, more combatants sign up to fight the USA.
And when the US comes under a genuine "terror" attack [Perhaps one that wasn't pre-planned and staged by the CIA or the FBI], the american people wonder "Why do they hate us so much?" Maybe...just maybe they hate you because your country dropped enormous bombs on their women, children and babies?
With each insurgent killed by drone strikes, the US recruit much more for their partners in crime Al-Qaeda. It's no mystery. Drones strikes cause civil deaths, innocents lives to be taken away by inept, inadequate dropouts in the safety of their Nevada CIA/JSOC hideout. don't you think on a human emotional level, that if someone killed your family, that your natural inclination would be to hate those who did so? Why then are ignorant and terminally retarded Americans so surprised at the hatred of the United States worldwide?
Your president has a kill list, with each person officially written on the kill list, there are about 10-20 women and children who are also written with invisible ink. The US foreign policy is WHY the us is hated, nothing to do with democracy or freedom.
You know. I can sympathize with Mandrake on this one.
If people really want us to be the bad guys in all this, maybe we should be.
You people want to (*)(*)(*)(*)(*) about how we've conducted this war, but honestly, we could've been far more ruthless and saved a lot of money and our own soldiers that way.
For example, instead of nation building Afghanistan, we could've just left after bombing the (*)(*)(*)(*) out of them. That would have been far more cost effective. The same goes for Iraq.
"Chaos... isn't a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try again. The fall breaks them.
And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions.
Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is."
Still don't believe in blowback Neocons?