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American Terror in Afghanistan

May 26, 2005

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As President Karzai of Afghanistan visits the USA this week, we explore the situation there. According to our guest, John Sifton, Human Rights Watch country specialist for Afghanistan: “It’s a combination of Taliban attacks, corruption, criminal activity and crucially warlordism, often with a close relationship to local authorities.”
Unfortunately we are part of the problem. Sifton says, “As early as 2002, U.S. forces were responsible for torturing and killing prisoners in Afghanistan.”
Remember Afghanistan? The Taliban? Home to Al Qaeda, the perpetrators of 9/11? What is going on there? Is US terror against Afghans the solution to Afghan terror against Americans?

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  • G. I. Joe September 12, 2005 11:22 am

    Actually Lucifer Mike–did attack us with U-boats before WWII–they attacked our convoys in the N. Atlantic

  • EN July 15, 2005 1:42 am

    >>I do not believe that we should be in Afghanistan. They did not attack us.”
    I do not believe that we should have been at war with Germany in WW II either. After all, they did not attack us on Dec 7, 1941 [that’s Pearl Harbor incase the date doesn’t ring a bell in your hollow bellfry].
    p.s. The war lords in Arghanistan do not like us. We could interfere with their drug cartel, but we don’t. Why? Because if Afghanistan falls, I think Al Queda has about 8 nukes.

  • Osama June 17, 2005 8:46 am

    t. searcher–where’s my fuckin’ danish and coffee?

  • truth searcher June 17, 2005 8:37 am

    al salam allaikom
    peace upon u
    so far ur government doesn’t know eho killed kenedy
    but after few hours they know everything about 911 events
    remember that the 1st story about 22 hijakers

  • joe June 1, 2005 8:22 pm

    Afghanistan is strategically located for incursion into China etc…………What are you smoking? even the morons that run this country are smarter than that.Too