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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Foreign Arabs are blowing up innocent Iraqis.

Yet the press blames the Iraqis themselves for discriminating against foreigners. Go figure. The press just does not like it when people defend themselves against evil doers. It fucks with their crazy world view. They have all but ignored the story of foreign Arabs' responsibility for the horrific and continual attacks on innocent Iraqis. Once they are forced to confront the reality, they immediately slant the story in a bizarre way.


At 6:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Foreign fighters in Iraq account for only a small percentage of the combatants attacking U.S. troops and their Iraqi collaborators.

At 6:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

78% of iraqi people favor attacks against the occupiers

At 10:09 AM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

The foreign Arabs are the ones blowing themselves up you ignorant fools. You have no idea of what is actually happening on the ground. Iraqis are suspicious of foreign Arabs because they know that they are being attacked by them. You are not there and don't know shit. As for 78% of Iraqis approving of attacks on the occupiers that's pretty funny considering how few attacks there are on us. Its the Iraqis that are getting killed by muderous, barberous Muslims. 23 million people in Iraq and they can't oust 150,000 occupiers. Right. Poll after poll syas that the Iraqis are terrified that if the US pulls out they will all be slaugtered by other Arabs. besides the minority extremists, such as the foreign Arabs, always cause the most trouble in the middle east.

At 3:03 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Negroponte went to Iraq : why ?

Does he speak arabic ? No, he doesn´t.

But he knows something about death squads...

At 4:21 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

KABUL (Reuters) - An Afghan warlord on a U.S. wanted list has said the United States does not have the capacity to stay for long in Afghanistan and he predicts it will pull out at the same time as it withdraws from Iraq.

Denouncing the United States as "the mother of problems," Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, a former prime minister whose forces operate in southeastern areas near Pakistan, said Afghanistan's turmoil would not end until U.S. forces left the region.

"As long as America remains in Afghanistan and in the region, war and problems will continue," he said in a copy of a video tape obtained by Reuters on Thursday.

Fuck USA!

At 8:53 AM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

So do you anonymous. Arabs love death, they are members of a demon worshipping death cult that prefers death to life because they have made life on earth hell. Who wouldn't want to die if they had to live among you?

At 1:59 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

America tortures (yawn)

In just a few years we've grown disturbingly comfortable with the fact that the U.S. practices torture.
Rosa Brooks

February 23, 2007

IT WAS MUCH LIKE the usual Nigerian e-mail scam, but it had a dispiriting twist.

"Greetings," went the e-mail, "I am Captain Smith Scott of the US Marine Force … in Baghdad-Iraq. On the 10th day of February 2007 … we captured three (3) of the Terrorists…. In the process of torture they confessed being rebels for late Ayman al-Zawahiri and took us to a cave in Karbala…. Here we recovered…. some US Dollars amounting to $10.2M…. I am in keen need of a Reliable and Trustworthy person like you who would receive, secure and protect these boxes containing the US Dollars for me up on till my assignment elapses here in Iraq."

Apparently, savvy e-mail scammers now assume that a reference to U.S. Marines torturing prisoners lends credibility to their come-ons.

Well, why not? Thanks to Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo, "extraordinary renditions" and "black sites," many people now take for granted the image of the American as torturer. At least 100 prisoners have been killed while in U.S. custody in Iraq and Afghanistan, and many more have been beaten, humiliated and abused. Still others have been secretly handed over to our even less-scrupulous friends in various Middle Eastern intelligence services. And though the vast majority of our troops and officials abide by both the spirit and the letter of U.S. and international laws, such abusive tactics have been authorized by officials at the highest level of the U.S. government.

In November 2001, 66% of Americans said they "could not support government-sanctioned torture of suspects" as part of the war on terrorism. And when photos of abuses at Abu Ghraib surfaced in the spring of 2004, the U.S. news media treated it — rightly — as a major scandal. In October 2005, the U.S. Senate voted 90-9 in support of legislation prohibiting the inhumane treatment of prisoners, sponsored by Arizona Sen. John McCain.

But over the last year, we seem to have lost our former sense of outrage, though prisoner abuse has hardly ended. A handful of low-ranking people have been convicted for their roles in abuses at Abu Ghraib and elsewhere, but the bigger fish carry on as usual. In September, President Bush gave a speech defending the use of "alternative" interrogation methods; a poll shortly after that found public opposition to torture was down to 56%. In October, Congress obligingly passed the Military Commissions Act, which permits the use of coerced testimony in trials of suspected enemy combatants and restricts the ability of U.S. courts to examine allegations of abuse.

Lately, news relating to torture has been greeted by a collective yawn. On Jan. 31, German prosecutors issued a warrant for the arrest of 13 CIA operatives involved in the illegal abduction of Khaled Masri, a German citizen who was taken to Afghanistan for a little "alternative" interrogation — and then unceremoniously abandoned in Albania when the CIA realized that it had grabbed the wrong guy. On Feb. 16, an Italian court indicted 26 U.S. intelligence operatives and contractors accused of kidnapping an Islamic cleric and taking him to Egypt, where, he says, he was tortured.

It should be huge news when two of our European allies demand the arrest of U.S. government agents — but these stories were rapidly superseded on the front pages by news of Anna Nicole Smith's embalming and matters of similarly pressing national interest. (This newspaper learned the names of several of the indicted officials but declined to print them "because they have been charged only under their aliases.")

If you need any more evidence that the American public has gotten blasé about torture, consider the hit Fox action drama "24." The show featured 67 torture scenes during its first five seasons, and most of those depicted torture being used by "heroic" U.S. counter-terror agents.

In this week's New Yorker, Jane Mayer reported on the efforts of human rights groups, interrogation experts and military leaders to persuade the show's producers to stop glamorizing torture. A few days after her story was posted on the New Yorker's website, executive producer Howard Gordon announced that "24" will indeed have fewer torture scenes in the future — but not because of the complaints. The reason for the shift? Torture "is starting to feel a little trite," Gordon explained. "The idea of physical coercion or torture is no longer a novelty or surprise."

We've come a long way since 1630, when John Winthrop, first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, told the settlers on the Arabella that "we must consider that we shall be as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all people are upon us." If we failed to live up to the high standards we set for ourselves, warned Winthrop, "we shall be made a story and a by-word through the world."

His prediction, it turns out, was absolutely right. Just ask the Nigerian e-mail scammers.

At 1:54 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

Anon, torture is a way of life with muslims. Ya gotta fight fire with fire. Muslims are the kings of lynching mobs. Like packs of wild dogs in every country they have infected with their disease of primitive backwards cave man germ. Steeped in ignorance and inbred mental defectiveness the Muslims kep the middle east a backward stone age place where the populace lives like animals in caves and mud huts that crush people at the tiniest earthquake. Any time there Allah sends down a disasters on his most unholy Arabs, who has to help the stone age inhabitants of the middle east, America and their advanced technology that Allah gave them, that's who. Who sends the Americans to help Allah's chosen people, the beautiful advanced Israeli Jews, whom God has chosen to give nuclear arms and to rule the entire middle east to teach his apostate and childish Arabs a lesson? Besides no one is scared shitless when an American gets on a plane but everyone starts to tremble in fear when a bearded muslim gets on a plane. Why, well because they are known to be murdering punks that's why. Murderous, barbaric lunatics is how the world sees Muslims. The Afghans would be speaking Russian right now if it weren't for the US.

At 5:40 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Murderous, barbaric lunatics is how the world sees Muslims.


Senior Israeli leaders have condemned the Eurobarometer poll released on Monday that suggested that 59 percent of EU citizens see Israel and USA as a bigger menace to the world than Iran, Iraq or North Korea.
"We are not only sad but outraged. Not at European citizens but at those who are responsible for forming public opinion," Israel's mission to the EU said in a statement.

At 3:52 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

It does not matter how the rest of the world sees us anon, God loves America which is why he made us so rich and powerful.


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