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Six More Canadians Dead for USrael’s War

Posted by Anarchore on July 5, 2007

What a difference a day makes in our Zionofascist controlled media here in Canada.

July 4th “Rahrahrah!” Taliban civilians killed by Canadian troops.

We’re engaging the Taliban, kicking ass, gogogo our boys yahoo!!!

July 5th “Waahwaahwahh!”

Waahh… they’re using “Iraqi” tactics, it just isn’t fair boohoohoo noble, ultimate sacrifice, democracy blablabla…

http://calsun.canoe.ca/News/World/2007/07/04/4311391-sun.html

Canadian troops kill two Taliban
UPDATED: 2007-07-04 01:27:00 MST

The troops massed in the area under darkness for Operation Drag-On, the latest in a series of military operations designed to clear insurgents out of the volatile Zhari district of Kandahar province.

Canadian soldiers, together with Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police, staked out areas known to be frequented by the Taliban and lay in wait for contact.

“I’m pretty good at identifying where some of them are,” said Maj. Dave Quick, the officer commanding of India Company, the Canadian battle group leading the fight.

“If I knew where all of them were, we wouldn’t have this.”

Huddled behind the walls of abandoned compounds, the soldiers opened fire when they saw suspected enemies, mindful they should avoid accidentally hitting their Afghan allies.

How do the Canadians know what they are firing at? How do they distinguish the Taliban from some farmer in a truck?

The Canadians hide in the dark, and shoot at anything that moves.


“Let’s massacre whole villages from afar, then speed around waiting to get blown up by roadside bombs!”

From the same article:

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Canadian and Afghan forces conducted a search-and-destroy mission against the Taliban in a dangerous district of southern Afghanistan early yesterday morning, leaving at least two insurgents dead and two wounded.

No casualties were reported among Canadians and Afghan government troops in the operation, officials said.

An Afghan official, provincial governor Asadullah Khalid, earlier said 33 suspected insurgents were dead.

Are those 31 extra “insurgents” just civilians who got in the way?

The NATO method seems to be to just massacre the Afghans.

http://www.workers.org/2007/world/afghan-0705/

U.S./NATO bombs slaughter Afghan civilians

Published Jul 1, 2007 11:25 PM

Long-range attacks by U.S. and NATO forces, both air strikes and artillery fire, killed more than 100 Afghan civilians—mainly women, children and old men—in a 10-day period in late June.

These deaths have caused such a fury among the Afghan people that Hamid Karzai, the president installed by the U.S. with the blessing of NATO, had to call a press conference on the lawn of the presidential palace to denounce the attacks.

Karzai said, “You don’t fight a terrorist by firing a field gun from 37 kilometers away into a target. That is definitely bound to cause civilian casualties. You don’t hit a few terrorists with field guns.”

The hype about “engaging the Taliban” was nothing but sitting in the dark and shooting at ‘suspected enemies’.

Or are the people of Afghanistan the enemy, and is Canada just there to prop up another group of warlords and tyrants?

The mission was initially sold to Canadians as a reconstruction and peacekeeping mission, but now Canada is engaging in aggressive war just like the Russians.

http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/07/05/news/afghan.php

KABUL: Six Canadian soldiers and an Afghan interpreter died after their heavily armored vehicle was struck by a bomb on a road in southern Afghanistan.

NATO out of Afghanistan, Canada out of NATO, Zionofascists out of Canada!

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6 Responses to “Six More Canadians Dead for USrael’s War”

  1. Dave said

    I just posted and saw that you dont publish until you have vetted the comments. Nice. Brave. Fuck you shit for brains.

  2. Dave said

    I retract my previous comment. Perhaps I made a mistake. Here it is in full:

    Fuck you. My cousin died there. He was a good man. He left a widow and a 1 yr old son. Fuck you.

    He was a brave and idealistic soldier doing what he thought was a good thing. Fuck you. If you like the taliban and Islamist extremists so much, fuck off and go live in the same shit hole that that they crawled out of.

    Condemn the policy, condemn the politicians, leave the troops out of it. The Canadian mission in Afghanistan has gained majority approval in Parliament until Feb 2008. Until then, (if your are indeed Canadian) you are responsible for it.

    Cut the Zionist shit. Yes we went in there because of Osama. But can you honestly say that the taliban were good for the country and its people? This has nothing to do with Israel. Anything we accomlish there, and I grant it is sure to be little, will only improve people’s lives.

    As for killing civilians: Not even the Nazis hid amongst civilians. Shit happens, people die, especially when one if fighting a week, scared and cowardly enemy.

    Fuck you.

    DAve

    P.S Fuck you. Go back to where ever you or your parents or you mullah came from. Let’s see how you like that.

    P.P.S. Fuck You

  3. anarchore said

    Dave, your first comment made it through, but the latest one did not, possibly because of the language?

    WordPress has a spam catcher that bins posts with too many links(10+), so perhaps your language made it think you were spam for a sex site? You wouldn’t believe some of the stuff that thankfully doesn’t make it through.

    I am committed to free speech, and have had to wade through 241 spam comments to manually un-spam your comment. Keep the F-word to a minimum to ensure your post appears.

  4. Dave said

    I retract my previous comments. They were crass, foul, and ill-considered. They are both beneath the dignity of Matthew’s memory and the dignity of what he believed in. I apologize to any I may have offended. Regardless, I thank you for publishing them. There is something to be said for opinions rendered in the heat of passion, even when said passion muddles one’s brain and good sense.

    You seem to be someone who is a little more level headed than I although I believe you are sorely misguided. Your belief in free speech is noble. Was there any in Afghanistan prior to our (well, the US) bombing the taliban the hell out of there? Is there any in most of the Arab and Persian middle east? Afghanistan has nothing to do with Zionism (of which I am not a huge fan). Afghanistan is about terminating a threat to our way of life (love it or leave it) brought on by the taliban’s insistence on harbouring of terrorists. This is the role of military forces in our society. Had it not been for the military we’d all be speaking German today or would be under the boot of the Red Army. Luckily, there were many brave soldiers who chose to die in the fields of Flanders or on the beaches of Normandy so that this is not the case

    When a soldier dies, regardless of whether he fights for a cause you believe in, one you are against, or one that you just don’t care about, it is a tragedy. His family, friends and comrades are in pain and there is no need to rub salt in their wounds by publishing what you have. My interpretation is that you celebrate the fact that Canadian’s were killed in what you believe to be a Zionist plot. Shame on you. Someday Matthew’s family will google his name. I hope they do not encounter your blog as I did.

    Many people group together the NATO efforts in Afghanistan with the war in Iraq and western support for Israel. These are three separate and nearly orthogonal issues. Yes, Palestine is about the birth and growth of Israel. Many bad things have been done there by both sides. Iraq is about oil, votes and making profit for Halliburton, Bechtel and other large political contributors. Afghanistan is unique among these because it is the only nation of these that ever posed a threat to us. The safe haven they provided for osama and his ilk was a threat to our safety and our ability to maintain an open and liberal society.

    I lived all across Canada when in the military, I’ve lived in The Netherlands and I now reside in the US. I’ve traveled extensively around the world. For you to proclaim that Canada is a Zionist or fascist society is ridiculous. Canada is one of the most open and liberal societies in the world. Canada embraces diversity and welcomes immigrants. For god sake man, we even have Sharia courts in Toronto sanctioned by the government. Yes there are bigots, racists, and just plain loonies in Canada. Try Holland. Try just about anywhere in Europe and you’ll see how accepting Canadians are.

    At the end of the day, when we sit over a beer and consider these deep issues we must separate national policies from those who execute them. The vast majority of the soldiers in Afghanistan and in other parts of the world are good people who genuinely believe in what they are doing and want to help.

    A good friend of mine (Jim) just returned from Iraq. He volunteered as a litter bearer when helicopters brought the wounded and dead back to base. One day he carried the dead body of his best friend from a black hawk to the morgue. When he arrived home and had had several months to de-stress and not jump when his daughter managed to hit a softball or when somebody slammed a car door I asked him what he thought of the war. He told me that he thought the US was doing a good thing and told me that we could not leave because of what would become of the people. While I am fervently against the Iraq war, his statement summed up what I believe to be the essence of soldiering. That is: To fight for something you believe in, to suck up the danger and pain, and to try and make the world a better place.

    The true tragedy of Mathew’s and Jim’s friends deaths is that what they died for, when the last marine is helicoptered off the roof of the embassy, will have been be in vain. Afghanistan will revert to the stone age with girls not being allowed to attend school and the men living in terror never knowing if their beard is long enough. Iraq will degenerate into a brutal civil war (if it has not already) and will either enflame our entire source of Middle East oil or will become a vassal state to Iran. Regardless of what happens, the intractable Palestinian (and real Zionist) problem will remain. Haliburton will continue to make huge profits.

    ‘nuff said.

    Dave

    P.S. If you can read this, thank a teacher. If you can read this in English, thank a vet and support the troops even if you do not support those who mislead them.

  5. anarchore said

    @: Sorry about the delay, but it is hot my brain doesn’t want to work. My responses are in bold, interleaved with your text

    I retract my previous comments. They were crass, foul, and ill-considered. They are both beneath the dignity of Matthew’s memory and the dignity of what he believed in. I apologize to any I may have offended. Regardless, I thank you for publishing them. There is something to be said for opinions rendered in the heat of passion, even when said passion muddles one’s brain and good sense.

    @: Believe me, I can relate! 🙂

    You seem to be someone who is a little more level headed than I although I believe you are sorely misguided. Your belief in free speech is noble. Was there any in Afghanistan prior to our (well, the US) bombing the taliban the hell out of there?

    @:About as much as is there now, I imagine. I hear on CTV that the incidence of women setting themselves on fire to escape abusive marraiges is increasing in Afghanistan.

    Is there any in most of the Arab and Persian middle east? Afghanistan has nothing to do with Zionism (of which I am not a huge fan). Afghanistan is about terminating a threat to our way of life (love it or leave it) brought on by the taliban’s insistence on harbouring of terrorists.

    @:OK, hold on right there. I assume you are talking about Bin Laden and the 9/11 attacks, which set the stage for the US bombings. Actually, the US has never provided proof that Bin Laden was behind the attacks on the US.

    The sovereign government of Afghanistan merely requested proof that Bin Laden was behind the attacks as the US claimed.

    The US refused.

    http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2001/09/21/terrorism010921.html

    Now I ask you, what government in the world would comply with such a request?

    Even extradition proceedings between friendly countries require a legitimate court process.

    How would the Taliban look if they had simply handed him over? Weak at best, puppets at worst.

    The Zionist Ari Fleischer told us that showing proof of Bin Laden’s guilt would undermine the effort to find those responsible.

    Another example of conflicted US reasoning is the fact that in May of 2001 they gave the Taliban $43 million in aid for shutting down the opium crops.

    A few months later they were harbouring “terrorists”.

    So on the one hand we are to be led to believe that the Taliban is training terrorists and are to be condemned, on the other hand they get a pat on the back.

    Of course I don’t have to tell you that the US CIA funded and trained Bin Laden’s mujahedeen during the Soviet invasion.
    http://emperors-clothes.com/docs/camps.htm
    Afghan Taliban Camps Were Built by NATO
    The New York Times August 24, 1998

    To further erode the cover story of terrorist training camps being the prime motivator for the war, we see that a pipeline is in the works for the US company UNOCAL.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/1984459.stm

    This is the role of military forces in our society. Had it not been for the military we’d all be speaking German today or would be under the boot of the Red Army. Luckily, there were many brave soldiers who chose to die in the fields of Flanders or on the beaches of Normandy so that this is not the case.

    @: Actually that is debatable; read War is a Racket by Maj Gen Smedley R Butler. WWI was a racket as was WWII. I won’t go into it here but all wars are schemes by the super-rich, while they will dupe the masses with the contrived enemy of the day.

    When a soldier dies, regardless of whether he fights for a cause you believe in, one you are against, or one that you just don’t care about, it is a tragedy. His family, friends and comrades are in pain and there is no need to rub salt in their wounds by publishing what you have. My interpretation is that you celebrate the fact that Canadian’s were killed in what you believe to be a Zionist plot. Shame on you. Someday Matthew’s family will google his name. I hope they do not encounter your blog as I did.

    @: I altered my text to be a little more tasteful, but in the end I can’t write in anticipation of what others will think about it. Perhaps they need to know that Canadians are against the mission.

    Many people group together the NATO efforts in Afghanistan with the war in Iraq and western support for Israel. These are three separate and nearly orthogonal issues. Yes, Palestine is about the birth and growth of Israel. Many bad things have been done there by both sides. Iraq is about oil, votes and making profit for Halliburton, Bechtel and other large political contributors. Afghanistan is unique among these because it is the only nation of these that ever posed a threat to us. The safe haven they provided for osama and his ilk was a threat to our safety and our ability to maintain an open and liberal society.

    I lived all across Canada when in the military, I’ve lived in The Netherlands and I now reside in the US. I’ve traveled extensively around the world. For you to proclaim that Canada is a Zionist or fascist society is ridiculous. Canada is one of the most open and liberal societies in the world. Canada embraces diversity and welcomes immigrants. For god sake man, we even have Sharia courts in Toronto sanctioned by the government. Yes there are bigots, racists, and just plain loonies in Canada. Try Holland. Try just about anywhere in Europe and you’ll see how accepting Canadians are.

    I don’t claim Canada is a Zionist or fascist society, however I present the evidence that those who are pushing for the war and for abolishing habeas corpus are indeen fascists and Zionists who are occupying high government positions. Canada’s voting on the Israel/Palestine issue has now changed under the Cons, although the Liberals are full of Israel-toadies as well.

    The mass immigration and ‘diversity’ are major problems in Canada because it is far too much for the size of the country. I don’t know how long you’ve been out of the country but the character of Canada’s cities is being lost and destroyed under the hordes of third world immigrants being foisted upon us at 300,000 per year. It is enriching property pimps and other characters who believe in making money from money, like corporations that want cheap labour rather than to pay a competive wage. The cities are becoming unlivable drug markets, rents are insane, and the people of Canada are suffering for the profit of a few. Far be it for them to not expect maximum profits while their fellow Canadians can barely survive.

    At the end of the day, when we sit over a beer and consider these deep issues we must separate national policies from those who execute them. The vast majority of the soldiers in Afghanistan and in other parts of the world are good people who genuinely believe in what they are doing and want to help.

    @: I agree, but one must not let concern for troops be twisted into support for war as we have been seeing.

    I see war as a self-perpetuating and self-“justifying” exercise, with the red Fridays and the TV Newscasts opening up their newscasts proclaiming that the soldiers “died for freedom”. For whose freedom? Certianly not the Afghanis, and not for Canadians who are now on no-fly lists, you might be on one and not know it until you’re ready to go on vacation or an important business trip. War generates it’s own propaganda, and support for the troops is intrinsically linked to supporting the mission.

    Why aren’t the veterans groups against war?

    Because they believe their sacrifices were noble and necessary, no matter what the facts were. I am sure there were dissidents against sending Canadians to die in WWI and WWII, but now we only hear that it was singularly noble excercise and necessary for freedom. Sorry but I’m not buying it.

    We will be hearing 50 years from now, how NATO had to occupy Afghanistan to deter the threat of terrorism.

    A good friend of mine (Jim) just returned from Iraq. He volunteered as a litter bearer when helicopters brought the wounded and dead back to base. One day he carried the dead body of his best friend from a black hawk to the morgue. When he arrived home and had had several months to de-stress and not jump when his daughter managed to hit a softball or when somebody slammed a car door I asked him what he thought of the war. He told me that he thought the US was doing a good thing and told me that we could not leave because of what would become of the people. While I am fervently against the Iraq war, his statement summed up what I believe to be the essence of soldiering. That is: To fight for something you believe in, to suck up the danger and pain, and to try and make the world a better place.

    The true tragedy of Mathew’s and Jim’s friends deaths is that what they died for, when the last marine is helicoptered off the roof of the embassy, will have been be in vain. Afghanistan will revert to the stone age with girls not being allowed to attend school and the men living in terror never knowing if their beard is long enough.

    Iraq will degenerate into a brutal civil war (if it has not already) and will either enflame our entire source of Middle East oil or will become a vassal state to Iran. Regardless of what happens, the intractable Palestinian (and real Zionist) problem will remain. Haliburton will continue to make huge profits.

    Oh, so we do agree on the result of the war, just not the cause. I hope one day the soldiers will be doing things Canadians can be proud of, like protecting northern sovereignty or helping clean up some of the mess. Fighting a guerilla war is pointless and will only create more enemies, so bringing them home as soon as possible is the only solution.

    ‘nuff said.

    Dave

    P.S. If you can read this, thank a teacher. If you can read this in English, thank a vet and support the troops even if you do not support those who mislead them.

  6. Maurice said

    Good Lord…

    Afghanistan is about terminating a threat to our way of life.

    Iraq is about oil, votes and making profit for Halliburton

    Afghanistan is unique among these because it is the only nation of these that ever posed a threat to us

    The safe haven they provided for osama and his ilk was a threat to our safety and our ability to maintain an open and liberal society

    For you to proclaim that Canada is a Zionist or fascist society is ridiculous. Canada is one of the most open and liberal societies in the world

    I’m speechless. For those predicting the end of Zionism is nearing because of raised awareness through the Web, you couldn’t be further from the sad truth.

    Afghanistan = danger to way of life, freedom? Are you serious? Iraq is about Oil & Haliburton?

    With the Protocols of Zion so readily available, and with all the facts surrounding 9/11, how can anyone still believe that the Middle East is a threat to the West?

    The fact is, you have more in common with an Afghan citizen than you do with your local politician. Anyone who believes in God can never put a price tag on a human life.

    You see, that hard-earned money you work 40 hours a week for, it gets “taxed” in every way imaginable with all the proceeds going enrich the immoral terrorist state of Israel. They use that same money to buy soul-less politicians who help inject fear into you. They tap into your fear of brown people because they look different and make you believe they’re out to get you. Don’t believe me? Ask a real Jew.

    Take a logical approach. Think of all serious terrorist acts that ever took place in North America that were supposedly performed by Middle-easterners. Can you think of any other than 9/11?

    Okay now “suppose” 9/11 was engineered and executed by a terrorist group that is NOT Arab or Muslim. Now, can you think of any reason why Canadian soldiers should be sent to kill Afghan farmers and their families in mass numbers?

    Suppose these Afghan or Iraqi men fought back in order to protect their land from invaders, and consequently killed a Canadian soldier. Is this not fair game? If this makes you feel enraged, shouldn’t you be seeking revenge from those that sent your soldiers halfway around the world in the first place?

    My friend, having this argument is the ultimate proof that the “divide and conquer” approach works. We are divided, hence we are conquered.

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