Humint Events Online: Who Exactly Are the Terrorists? Part 2

Monday, January 04, 2010

Who Exactly Are the Terrorists? Part 2

PESHAWAR: Of the 44 Predator strikes carried out by the American drones in the tribal areas of Pakistan in 12 months of 2009, only five were able to hit their actual targets, killing five key Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders, but at the cost of around 700 innocent civilian lives.

According to the figures compiled by the Pakistani authorities, the Afghanistan-based US drones killed 708 people in 44 predator attacks targeting the Pakistani tribal areas between January 1 and December 31, 2009. For each Al Qaeda and Taliban terrorist killed by the American drones, 140 civilian Pakistanis also had to die. Over 90 percent of those killed in the deadly missile strikes were innocent civilians.

The success percentage for the drone hits during 2009 is hardly 11 percent. On average, 58 civilians were killed in these attacks every month, 12 persons every week and almost two people every day. Most of the hits were conducted on the basis of human intelligence, reportedly provided by the Pakistani and Afghan tribesmen, who are spying for the US-led allied forces in Afghanistan.
Please do whatever you can do to end this immoral, senseless, appallingly evil, counter-productive war.

UPDATE: Though good luck, the politics and media in the US are so amazingly fucking idiotic--
This one retarded Nigerian crispy penis airplane man who may or may not have been involved with a sub-division of Al Qaeda has officially freaked out an entire nation and rewritten the Obama Administration’s agenda, forever. It’s a good thing Terrorists never expect a whiny titty baby nation to comically over-react to every attempted plot they pretend to undertake, right?

UPDATE 2: This Tom Tomorrow cartoon is quite on target.


Blogger nickname said...


Re: DU forum today/JFK thread about
Oswald's arrest.

SHILL Jberryhill says that Oswald
DID try to shoot the arresting officer (Maurice McDonald)...and in
his disinfo post, Jberryhill gives a very clear demonstration of the truism that says "deception is the essence of lying."

First of all, the very quote he cites from, the officer said:

"And I heard a snap. I didn't know what it was at the time."

He didn't KNOW the origin of the snap sound. As a cop, surely he could recognize and distinguish the sound of a firing pin striking a bullet shell.

If Oswald HAD tried to shoot the cop, why wasn't he charged with
attempted murder - like with Gov. Connally?

At no time in the first 10 to 12 days following the assassination, did any of the arresting officers on the scene claim that Oswald tried to shoot M.N. McDonald. If the pistol did go off and cause a "snap" of the hammer falling into place, it was because McDonald jerked it out of Oswald's pants.

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