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Post time 2008-1-17 00:26:30 |Display all floors

Hm... the Nation?

The ying to the National Review's yang

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Post time 2008-2-6 08:52:42 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gotohell at 2008-1-16 21:23
The war vets who keep on killing
Sunday, January 13, 2008


At least 121 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans have committed a killing or been charged in one in the United St ...



How come these "brave" and very equiped soldiers can't win over those barely armed civilians?
Because they are a bunch of pussies. They kill innocent civilians instead of equally armed soldiers.

Watching these soldiers bitching like babies after they lose an arm or a leg is so embarassing. Did anyone not tell all these idiots the fact that being a soldier could be "dangerous" specially for the retarded ones? Looks like basic training is very basic these days.

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Post time 2008-2-6 09:00:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gotohell at 2008-2-6 08:52



How come these "brave" and very equiped soldiers can't win over those barely armed civilians?
Because they are a bunch of pussies. They kill innocent civilians instead of equally a ...


Could it be because of their low IQ? An anonymous guy wrote:

It seems as if many of the new US Army recruits are mildly retarded. Due to increased demand for new troops and inability of the US Armed forces to do the job required of them, standards have become very low. New recruits are accepted despite mental health defect and even retardation. The standard IQ requirement to serve in the US Armed Services was once 80. The US Army lowered this standard to 75 to allow individuals that were once classified as mentally retarded to wear the uniform of the state.

Additional educational classes are now offered to less intellectually able soldiers, like hygiene classes. Proportionally, a higher number of US Troops are in need of medical aids relating to Fecal Incontinence. This is directly due to lowered standards in the US Armed Services.
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Post time 2008-2-6 09:07:10 |Display all floors

It Has Long Been An Open Secret

It has long been an open secret that the American military is a big fat eugenics program.  They recruit (aka "con") the dumbest brutes and send them off to terrorize the world.  Many of them are damaged goods to begin with.   When they come back, their chance of mating and producing families is reduced by at least 50% compared to the general population.  Thus was the intention to keep American IQ up.

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Post time 2008-2-11 07:32:19 |Display all floors
G.I. Tells of Ordering Execution of Unarmed Iraqi

February 9, 2008
G.I. Tells of Ordering Unarmed Iraqi’s Death
By SOLOMON MOORE

CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq — A top Army sniper testified Friday in a military court that he had ordered a subordinate to kill an unarmed Iraqi man who wandered into their hiding position near Iskandariya, then planted an AK-47 rifle near the body to support his false report about the shooting.

Under a grant of immunity, the sniper, Sgt. Michael A. Hensley, an expert marksman and sniper trainer, testified in the court-martial of Sgt. Evan Vela. Sergeant Vela is accused of murder, impeding a military investigation and planting evidence to cover up an unjust shooting. An earlier charge of premeditated murder was dropped.

Sergeant Vela is the third soldier to be charged in the death of the Iraqi, Genei Nesir Khudair al-Janabi, last May. Sergeant Hensley and another soldier, Specialist Jorge G. Sandoval Jr., were acquitted of murder charges last year, but were convicted of planting evidence. As part of his sentence, Sergeant Hensley was demoted from staff sergeant.

All three soldiers were elite snipers with the 501st Infantry Regiment, Fourth Brigade (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, based at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

The military trials have highlighted a secret baiting program, begun in early 2007, in which snipers placed lures like fake explosives or other weaponry to draw insurgents into the open, where they could be killed.

But Sergeant Hensley’s testimony at the base here suggested that by last spring, in addition to baiting and killing, soldiers had added a new tactic: carrying weapons to plant on bodies to deter prosecution.

Sergeant Vela’s lawyer, James Culp, of Austin, Tex., did not dispute that his client had shot and killed Mr. Janabi, but emphasized the battlefield stresses the soldiers endured. Mr. Culp argued that Sergeant Vela had had only a few hours of sleep over three days of constant operations.

Mr. Culp also said his client’s superiors pressed his squad to increase their kill rate, while holding out the threat of prosecution for unjust shootings.

“It’s not a case of beyond reasonable doubt,” Mr. Culp said in an interview after Friday’s proceeding. “It’s about giving warriors the benefit of the doubt.”

Sergeant Vela may testify Saturday.

Sergeant Hensley said that on May 11, he led his squad to a hiding spot overlooking a village they suspected was controlled by Sunni insurgents. But after several days with little rest, soldiers were drifting into sleep.

“I woke up to a local national squatting in front me with his hands up,” Sergeant Hensley testified. The man was Mr. Janabi, who lived nearby. Sergeant Hensley said he tackled Mr. Janabi and pinned him to the ground.

Mr. Janabi was followed into the hide-out by his son, Mustafa, 17. Sergeant Hensley and his team held the two captive until he spotted several Iraqi men in the distance and Mr. Janabi became agitated. Sergeant Hensley feared that Mr. Janabi’s thrashing would alert the other Iraqis.

Sergeant Hensley said he released the boy and ordered everyone except Sergeant Vela to leave because he “didn’t want them to bear witness” to what they were about to do.

“I pretty much knew at this point that something was going to happen to the father,” Sergeant Hensley testified. “He was making too much noise. I thought that the only way to protect my guys was to take this guy’s life.”

Sergeant Hensley said he ordered Sergeant Vela to load his 9-millimeter pistol, and then made four radio calls to his command post to support a cover story. The first call reported that an Iraqi man was approaching, the second that the man was armed, the third that the sergeant was preparing to shoot.

The fourth call confirmed that he had killed his target.

“At that point his head was at Sergeant Vela’s feet, and I asked him if he was ready and then I moved out of the way,” Sergeant Hensley said. He ordered Sergeant Vela to fire, and Sergeant Vela complied immediately, Sergeant Hensley said.

“A round was fired into his head,” he said.

Mr. Janabi did not die immediately, Sergeant Hensley said. As his brain hemorrhaged, he choked on his blood. Sergeant Hensley simulated the gurgling sound and testified that he ordered Sergeant Vela to fire again.

Sergeant Hensley said he pulled out an AK-47 that he had ordered one of his men to carry and placed it near the body.

“It wasn’t uncommon for us to have stuff like that out there,” he said. They often carried incriminating items to plant on Iraqis as “insurance,” he said.

Dr. Michael Baden, a prominent New York forensic pathologist, showed several poster-size photographs of Mr. Janabi’s body and said he had been killed by a single shot to the head. The photos showed two coin-size wounds behind each ear, which Dr. Baden described as entrance and exit wounds.

The victim’s son, Mustafa Ghani Nesir al-Janabi, also testified. He said he had found his father being held captive by American soldiers hiding in a stand of trees. When the soldiers saw him, they sat him next to his father.

“At the beginning I talked to him and he answered back,” he said. Perhaps drawing a parallel with their perilous situation, he said he told his father about how one of their relatives had recently been killed. “I was talking to him about how my cousin Saif was killed in Iskandariya,” Mr. Janabi said. “I told him that the Mahdi Army killed him.”

The Americans shushed them repeatedly and then told the son to go away, he said.

When a military prosecutor exhibited a picture of the dead man, the young man said, “That’s my father.” Another was shown and he repeated, “That’s my father.”

“Did your father look like this when they released you?” the prosecutor asked.

“No, he didn’t,” the son answered.

Bombs Kill 5 G.I.’s

BAGHDAD (AP) — Five American soldiers were killed Friday in two roadside bombings, the military said on Saturday.

Four of the deaths were in Baghdad. The fifth death was in northern Iraq, in Tamim Province.

The military gave no further information.

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Post time 2008-2-11 07:47:19 |Display all floors
A comment I read from someone:

That is a double edge sword. What America do to others can and will come back to haunt their people. War does not always just happen to the other guy. Some day soldiers may be committing war crimes in their  own neighborhoods against their own families and loved ones.

Killing civilians is not the same as war. It might be exciting and fun for some G.I.s to "fight" a war against lightly armed defenders of their homelands and unarmed civilians. Personally I find it disgusting that there are such people who can hold their heads up high and have pride in themselves after "fighting" mostly unarmed civilians. If those soldiers had anything even close to honor they would be so ashamed they would put a bag over their heads and never admit that they had anything to do with the war crimes. America tends to fight those who cannot fight back, especially those who were mostly disarmed by years of sanctions.

There is nothing brave or heroic about killing unarmed civilians and terrorizing a nation. The world has come to see the true face of America. America is unquestionably the greatest superpower that has ever existed, but lately has been an aggressor and the world recognizes the USA as the greatest threat to peace.

It is highly likely that an alliance of nations will rise up to stand against the tyrannical terror campaign being waged by America. There are some rather powerful nuclear nations that might join that alliance to stop the terrorists (the tyrannical rogue Police States of America). If that happens then war will not be like a walk in the park, or shooting fish in a barrel anymore. There are some nations that can fight back and are not completely at the mercy of the aggressor (the USA). It might take some of the fun out of the war for psychos who enjoy torturing defenseless and helpless people. When you and your family are on the receiving end of the "kill them all and let God sort them out" kind of warfare, then you will see things differently.
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Post time 2008-2-11 08:03:03 |Display all floors

It is Planned That Way

If you look at how Americans raise their next generation, you would come to realize that it is all preplanned.  

Children in America are soaked in a culture where physical and psychological violence is not only accepted but celebrated.  Kids as young as a couple months old are immersed in cartoon violence, and it only gets worse from there on.  Later on in life - and not so late, say starting with age 5 or so, sex is added.  Raised in such an environment, and living under constant fear of violence in the society where they live, thanks to the 500,000,000 guns in the hands of civilians, and 50 rounds per man, woman, and child, Americans truly are sick by world standards.  

Today's Americans have more compassion for dogs, or seals, or cats, etc., than they have for human life.  That suits the elites in America just fine, as it is that mentality that supports the uninterrupted violence that Americans visit on the rest of humanity, year in and year out, for the last 50 years.  And of course they pick the worst of the psychos to be soldiers.

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