IMAGINE! China Invades America! [A must watch]
I really like the message sent to Americans..
can they Imagine what they/their government does in the rest of the world?
US Soldiers Find Themselves Being Terrorists in Afghanistan [worth a watch]
As the US continues to step up war efforts in Afghanistan, the number of American soldiers refusing deployment to war zones is also increasing. Author and Independent Journalist Dahr Jamail tells RT that U.S. soldiers in combat zones find themselves being terrorist.
“Nothing will end war unless the people themselves refuse to go to war.” - Albert Einstein
Nothing will end war unless the people themselves refuse to go to war.
This is they way they are trained to kill no heart no feelings there is no humanity left any more they are animals and this inhuman call us terrorist huhdanceswithfaeriesunderthemoon:
How war make man’s heart to stone. Real world example!
This makes me feel sick.
One of my friends brother said something similiar to this. My friends said he needed to get some of his “aggressions off”. He said he wouldn’t care who he shot, civillian or not. This guy is openly racist & he doesn’t care about it. Immigrants must leave “his country”.
Why do they send racists to foreign countries? Why?
Such people are sent to Afghanistan (mostly). I have seen thousands of similar posts from soldiers over the past years. And when they do kill civilians, they didn’t mean it, it was accident, they were mentally ill. Do they even know the ” towel” they call it, is Afghanistan’s traditional men attire?. Everyone wears that, all the civilians.
Inside The Kandahar Massacre; Grieving Survivors Describe Afghan Mass Murder
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SBS “Dateline” received unprecedented access to the survivors and investigation of the Kandahar village massacre by US forces.
Grieving survivors describe Afghan massacre; US military war crimes & Genocide against Pashtuns in Afghanistan
Reporter Yalda Hakim of Australia’s SBS network has become the first western journalist to visit the villages where a U.S. soldier allegedly killed 17 people.
In a remarkable report she talks with some of the survivors and some Afghan guards on duty at the military camp from where Staff Sergeant Robert Bales left on his killing spree.
The War in Afghanistan
Please spare few minutes to watch this video and get informed.
"A video about what is happening in Afghanistan, I know it’s sad, but sadly it’s what’s happening…"
"Everything is backwards nowadays: War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength." George Orwell
"Political speech is designed to make lies honorable and murder respectful." George Orwell
Laughing US soldiers shoot dead 16 Afghans, including 9 children.
KABUL, Mar 12: Western forces shot dead 16 civilians including nine children in southern Kandahar province on Sunday, Afghan officials said, in a rampage that witnesses said was carried out by American soldiers who were laughing.
One Afghan father who said his children were killed in the shooting spree accused soldiers of later burning the bodies. Witnesses told Reuters they saw a group of US soldiers arrive at their village in Kandahar’s Panjwayi district at around 2 am, enter homes and open fire.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the rampage as “intentional murders” and demanded an explanation from the United States. His office said the dead included nine children and three women. An Afghan minister earlier told Reuters that a lone U.S. soldier had killed up to 16 people when he burst into homes in villages near his base in the middle of the night. Panjwayi district is about 35 km (22 miles) west of the provincial capital Kandahar city. Haji Samad said 11 of his relatives were killed in one house, including his children. Pictures showed blood-splattered walls where the children were killed.
"They (Americans) poured chemicals over their dead bodies and burned them," a weeping Samad told Reuters at the scene.
"I saw that all 11 of my relatives were killed, including my children and grandchildren," said Samad, who had left the home a day earlier.
Neighbors said they awoke to crackling gunfire from American soldiers, whom they described as laughing and drunk.
"They were all drunk and shooting all over the place," said neighbor Agha Lala, who visited one of the homes where the incident took place. "Their bodies were riddled with bullets."
Q:Hello. My name is Aleks and I'm a U.S. Marine. I've been to Afghanistan four times now. I'm proud of who I am, but not of what I, and my fellow soldiers, have done. I would like to go back to the Middle East, but not for war, but for what made my times there bearable: playing soccer with the civilians, teaching kids how to skateboard, sharing meals with civilian families.. I want to apologise for everything yet... I'm just one soldier. Does my apology count for something? Anything?
I hope the troops just withdraw sooner than later and leave Afghanistan for good. This war is not really doing any good for either side. Afghans are the ones who suffer the most out of it.
An apology from you, just one soldier, or the whole US marines in Afghanistan, it wont change a thing for any Afghan who lives in Afghanistan and suffers under this oppression. Unless an action follows and something really changes.
The only good thing out of an apology would be for your self, as it will help to make you a better person in future and realize the right from wrong. and hopefully wont stop at that, but rather do something about it and stand against these horrible things committed by the US troops in Afghanistan.
Many of the soldiers had their chances to either do things they are proud of & really help the people. And believe me you are not the first marine sending me a message saying they have done things they are not proud of and they wish they had done good rather than bad there. But, whats the use of feeling sorry about it later on when you come back to your home?
You soldiers had your time to do good to Afghan people rather than these things you are not proud of, you people could have done something you are proud of. Then, instead of this message you would be writing and saying ” Unlike most of the soldiers out there, i feel i actually did help the people in Afghanistan, if not many, atleast few. I cared and i tried. I played with the children and had meals with civilian families, and i can proudly say i didn’t commit things that i regret or that I’m not proud of”
But unfortunately no one says that to me, all they say is that they have done bad things and how they are sorry for it.
I thought Americans had freedom & you could always choose what to do and what not to do. I thought your opinion is respected? But i guess everyone does things they don’t like because actually they don’t have a choice, because they aren’t free to choose. They just obey. Even if they dislike or disagree to what they do.
Alot of marines have told me that, they couldn’t disobey their commander’s order to kill civilians or to bomb random houses because they thought them suspicious without proof, because they were scared they’d be punished for it or something, now tell me is that freedom? Not being able to stop doing something that you know deep down it is wrong and you shouldn’t because you are scared of someone?
It does nothing to Afghan people. An innocent kill can not be just forgiven by an apology from anyone. It will not make us feel any better, Nor it will ease our losses. It will not bring our brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers back to life. It will not build our destroyed homes nor feed our orphans due to this war.