Tuesday, July 13, 2010

US Soldiers Must Die for Superior (Race) Israelis!

US Soldiers Must Die for Superior (Race) Israelis!

With or without 9/11 American Terrorism in Iraq was conspired before 9/11

On Being Led By the Nose
The Unchallenged Power of the Israel Lobby

By James Abourezk

The idea that George W. Bush's neocon advisers--Perle included--convinced him that the U.S. should invade Iraq received some attention after the Iraqi war started. But to my knowledge, no one, either in politics or the media, pressed the case too hard, lest they discover that those who wanted to invade Iraq had, not America's interest, but Israel's interest in mind.

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US Soldiers Must Die for Superior (Race) Israelis!

'Iraq Was Invaded to Secure Israel,' Says Senator Hollings

Cheney: Iraq pullout would hurt Israel

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Let's Get Killed for Israel


US Military Suicides Out Number Soldiers Killed By Enemy Fire For 2009

4000 US Soldiers killed in Iraq - warning graphic!

American Soldiers Killed By Friendly Fire Cover Up 1/2

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American Generals Love to Kill People

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Killing people is fun, says head CENTCOM head

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This makes me proud to be a human being. And some Americans wonder why so many in the world regard its policies as racist? Hard to see why:

Defense Secretary Robert Gates is currently announcing the appointment of Gen. James Mattis to replace Gen. David Petraeus as commander of U.S. Central Command. Slate's John Dickerson has more on the 41-year Marine officer's background. Of course, the CENTCOM job became available after Petraeus was moved to Afghanistan to take over for Gen. Stan McChrystal after some ill-advised comments in a Rolling Stone magazine profile. So it's interesting that Petraeus' replacement is, himself, known as something of a loose cannon. Here he is in 2005:

"Actually it's quite fun to fight them, you know. It's a hell of a hoot," Mattis said, prompting laughter from some military members in the audience. "It's fun to shoot some people. I'll be right up there with you. I like brawling.

"You go into Afghanistan, you got guys who slap women around for five years because they didn't wear a veil," Mattis said. "You know, guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them."

Gates was asked about those comments at today's press conference and said "there was the appropriate action at the time" and that "the lesson was learned." All the same, I suspect that part of the Pentagon's new post-McChrystal media strategy will be to be to keep Mattis far away from any live microphones.

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