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War memorial to Global War On Terror, aka War on Islam For World Resources now logging “Horn of Africa” casualties

By now you've read elsewhere that many of the wounded soldiers being medivac'd to the US surgery hub in Germany are coming from parts unknown more specifically not-known to be US-declared war zones. Their flight origin is only revealed as "Horn of Africa", but it's telling isn't it? US disrespect for foreign sovereignty means not even uttering the nation states involved. USG spokesmen know, for the geographically challenged, calling it the Horn can obfuscate the spheres of disputed influence stretching from Somalia, for you Blackhawk Downers, to Mali, where three US special ops were recently killed with their prostitute attaches, while the corporate media breathed a collective "huh?" Thankfully US adversaries in Mali had the better sense not to string the American bodies from bridges like pre-Falluja'd Fallujah, or did they? NATO's media cameras weren't there to exploit it in any case. Basically the Horn is where US AFRICOM has yet to beat back the continent's last Islamic protectors as the Western serial rape of Africa drops its pretense that strangulation isn't the final act.

ABC News previously showed film about US soldiers from Fort Lewis torturing & murdering Afghan civilians

Following is the link to an ABC News episode where they played the interrogation film of Corporal Jeremy N. Morlock, who 'is one of five GI's charged with pre-meditated murder in a case that includes allegations of widespread drug use and the collection of body parts and photos of the U.S. soldiers holding the Afghan bodies like hunter's trophies. All five soldiers were part of the 5th Stryker Combat Brigade, of the 2nd Infantry Division, based at Ft. Lewis-McChord, Washington.' It also includes a US soldier relating how they planned to leave an Afghan man paralyzed and then kill his mother so as to further torture him. 31511

Step on up folks, He-Who-Shoots-From-Cover Indian name hits nerve with identity-obscuring internet trolls

A little bird tells me there's been a discussion on Facebook, an overnight marathon of name-calling about ME. Alias-extrovert Agent Doubt offered a beer or coffee to whoever could come up with the best quip to counter my Indian-name for Chairforce pilots and other US soldiers who wield disproportionate force: He Who Shoots From Cover. I guess this sobriquet hit too close to home for identity-concealing internet snipers too. In any case, it looks like Doubt's outsourcing his creativity again, and sneaking the makings of a date on an unsuspecting winner.

The Colorado Springs Occupy Movement needs to burn some Bibles out at Fort Carson perhaps?

'The U.S. government and the American commander of NATO-led forces in Afghanistan apologized after Afghan laborers found charred copies of the Koran while collecting rubbish at the sprawling Bagram Airbase, about an hour's drive north of Kabul.' See Reuters Six killed, many wounded in Afghan Koran protests. 30612

How many dead US soldiers does it take to screw in a light bulb?

It's hard not to get excited when the Afghans are able to fell nine US soldiers with one stone. But am I glad about the US deaths? I am not. For one, the latest helicopter crash means "2010 is deadliest year of war in Afghanistan." For US/NATO troops. No mention as usual about Afghan dead. Do we not embarrass ourselves with this insensitivity? I'm guessing the record high in occupier casualties means a several- fold deluge of victims too, but that isn't marked by this milestone. 19975

American arrogance

Protests as US warship docks in Nagasaki What incredible arrogance and bad taste! This is your military and government, Americans! Look in the mirror and weep!

Innocent Voices

There have been many effective antiwar movies made through the years, but the most moving antiwar movie about the US wars in Central America that our population funded back in the late '70s and '80s is a movie called Innocent Voices. It came out in 2005 and got little notice inside the US although it deserved to win the Academy Award for the best foreign film of that year. However with Bush firmly in power and the US government committing atrocities in Afghanistan and Iraq as elsewhere and as before, the film got downplayed here at home. 5551

American government torture report

Guantanamo man tortured into confessing - US judge decides It gets worse, too. The US government is using the torture administered against a juvenile to try to kill this kid over in Cuba... oh! ... I meant the robbed portion of Cuba called Guantanamo US military base. 5290

Offending the troops

Offending the soldiers: I get into this trouble every time. IF YOU ARE A SOLDIER AND YOU ARE NOT UNEDUCATED OR NOT A MURDERER, and you know it, then neither criticism would apply to you. If you are caught up in our government's very nasty actions and you are doing all you can not to participate, you know war critics are not addressing you. Does that make sense? 2556

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