Sunday, 22 May 2011

THE BARBARIC SOLDIERS OF THE USA

You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality.
Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it.

- Malcolm X

'Kill Team' Morlock trophy image — lifting the dead boys head by his hair

They are called heroes in the USA. The soldiers are fighting in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, bringing peace to people whose life is in danger. Fighting with honour for an honourable cause but sadly enough this is just the fairy tale the American political leaders want us to believe. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are nothing more than a massacre, innocent civilians including women and children are slaughtered in the most brutal way possible by the so honourable American soldiers.

The most unbelievable fact about this all is that the USA doesn’t want to address this. Pictures are kept out of the western media, some media are even threatened by the USA to not show or talk about these matters. Only when pictures leak the USA takes action against it.  

Abeer Qasim Hamza was raped and murdered, after her family was murdered.

One case where the USA did take action was in the Mahmudiyah killings and gang- rape of a 14-year-old girl by U.S. troops occurred on March 12, 2006, in the town of Al-Mahmudiyah, Iraq. Five United States Army soldiers were charged with the crimes: Sgt. Paul E. Cortez, Spc. James P. Barker, Pfc. Jesse V. Spielman, Pfc. Brian L. Howard and Pfc. Steven D. Green (whom the army discharged before the crime's discovery). Abeer Qasim Hamza was raped and murdered, after her family was murdered.

But there are many more stories, which are kept away from media and where no justice is done. In the following part a couple of these stories will be shown and described. The pictures included are shocking but real. 



U.S. soldiers in Bravo Company stationed near Kandahar in a war game they were playing took it upon themselves to kill an unarmed Afghanistan boy. The Kill team did this January 15th 2010.
Gul Mudin, a young teenager, lived in the village of La Mohammad Kalay, Afghanistan.
Sworn statements have two soldiers Corporal Jeremy Morlock and Private First Class Andrew Holmes engaged in staging the killing so that it would appear that the US soldiers had been under attack.
The statements read that they ordered the boy to stand still and then they tossed a grenade at him and opened fire with their weapons while they remained behind a mud wall. The dead body of the boy, Gul Mudin is seen here lying by the wall where he was killed.

Image of severed legs passed around among the members of Bravo Company.


US Staff Sgt. Gibbs in the back of a Stryker vehicle, a pair of scissors visible in the top pocket of his uniform. Dead fingers are tossed around within the company. Gibbs is said to have used a pair of medic shears to cut the finger off at least two Afghan civilians murdered by members of his platoon.


“Those were some innocent farmers that got killed. Their standard operating procedure after killing dudes was to drag them up to the side of the highway.”
Rolling Stone — In the process of suppressing the photographs, the Army may also have been trying to keep secret evidence that the killings of civilians went beyond a few men in 3rd Platoon.

The above picture is already shocking and prevail a side of the war that is hardly shown here in the West. At the bottom of this article you can find the links to the pages that show more pictures of the barbarian acts of the soldiers of the USA. In this article the most appalling are not used, so be aware when opening the links given, the pictures provided there are horrific.

Often the question ‘Why are the Arabs so angry at the West and mainly USA?’ is asked to me.  I show them above pictures and then ask the person the same question: ‘Why are the Arabs so angry at the West and mainly USA?’ 90% of the time their opinion changed dramatically, some are even ashamed of their opinion before seeing the pictures.

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are dirty wars, both sides are evil; the USA and the Taliban/ Al-Qaeda. People in Afghanistan and Iraq live day by day out in a hell on earth, where nobody protects them.
Not even the USA, the country claiming it’s the most developed country in the world and a real fighter for freedom.

Well maybe somebody can explain to me what these brutal killings have to do with freedom?!

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are generalizing and applying the unacceptable behavior of BAD soldiers to ALL soldiers, which is a fallacy. The majority of the U.S. Military I have ever worked with have been upstanding and bright individuals. Do not paint everyone of them as evil and murderous.

Anonymous said...

They weren't too bright if they were in the military and occupying countries for evil reasons.

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