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Bush's killing Machine

Peaceful Pakistani’s in tribal land border to Afghanistan are seeing dozen’s of civilians murdered by American bombs in their home resting. But again this is a behavior American government is expected of it. With no regard to innocent life as always, unleashing this type of bombardment has been seen in Iraq since the invasion of Iraq. Now it is Pakistanis who start to experience what Iraqi’s are enduring. Bombing people in their home resting is not a war, it is a terror act. War is between two groups who are against each other and armed; they know the enmity and prepared for it. This war W. Bush is waging should not be counted as war; it is a criminal act against innocent people. If American’s are not speaking loudly this war wouldn’t benefit them at all. It didn’t benefit them in Iraq, it is not going to benefit them in Pakistani front, and it is not going to be benefited from the planned war against Iran. As I said before you can give it any name you wanted to, there is no “war on terrorism” going on, what simply happening is a perceived enemy in Islamic countries and Muslims in western countries are planning to attack the US so that people of Islamic faith need to see how powerful the US is. Since no one protest the action in meaningful way, the American government will continue to kill people coating it with “we were targeting Alqaida” but we know that is only lie. If that was the case, Zarqawi would have died in Fallujah where the city was destroyed by the US “in search of him” but didn’t happen nor would that happened in Pakistan “in search of Aiman or Osama.” This “war” will destroy the soul of America because it started in falsification of facts and why it is waged, why it is on going. To find Osama and Aiman would have been easier for CIA and all the spy agencies crawling all over the world in a budget that is unprecedented in human history. 10’s of billions of dollars spent every year for no good agencies could have been spent to make friends instead of creating more every time you kill innocent people. Those two guys would have no where to hide in “the tribal region” if they ever been there. Ask Indonesian Achene’s who are receiving W. Bush’s father and Clinton several times who brought them aid after the tsunami devastated the region. Achene’s are Muslims and appreciate to be helped in the time of that magnitude of calamity and they are greatful. Only good will, love and honesty reverse the evil intension, lies, deceit and hatred that Bush is having plenty or the US will lose economically most importantly lose people’s trust by day. But the Bush gang is not capable of cured from irreversible hatred; I hope after another three years the US will wake up to the reality killing innocent people is losing.

“NEW YORK As the toll of U.S. dead and wounded mounts in Iraq, some economists are arguing that the war's costs, broadly measured, far outweigh its benefits.”



“The fact of the matter is that there is no War on Terror. It's a minor consideration. So invading Iraq and taking control of the world's energy resources was way more important than the threat of terror. And the same with other things. Take, say, nuclear terror. The American intelligence systems estimate that the likelihood of a ‘dirty bomb,’ a dirty nuclear bomb attack in the United States in the next ten years, is about 50 percent. Well, that's pretty high. Are they doing anything about it? Yeah. They're increasing the threat, by increasing nuclear proliferation, by compelling potential adversaries to take very dangerous measures to try to counter rising American threats.”



“WHY can’t we live together in peace?”, read the graffiti written on a wall in Fallujah by a weary American soldier. Next to it a colleague had scrawled: “Die ragheads die!”





“Last weekend an American special task force unit raided my house. It was precisely the kind of terrifying experience I have had described to me over and over again by Iraqis I have interviewed in the past two-and-a-half years. My wife, Zina, described it as like something out of a Hollywood action movie.”
“It began at half past midnight on Saturday when explosives blew apart the three entrances to my house. We thought we had been caught in a bombing, but then a rifle sneaked round our bedroom door and shot a couple of bullets blindly; suddenly our room was filled with the wild sounds of US soldiers.”

“My three-year-old daughter Sarah woke to this nightmare. She pushed herself on to me and shouted ‘Daddy, Americans! They will take you! No, no, not like this daddy ...’ She tried to say something to one of the soldiers but her tears stopped her from speaking. Instead of blaming the soldier I could see she was blaming me. I tried to calm her down but as I did so the soldier threw me on to the ground and tied me.”




Pakistan didn’t face such bloody air strikes even when it based and trained anti-Soviet occupation forces in Pakistan and used Pakistan as a launching pad for what was pure terrorism to the Soviet supported government in Afghanistan.

“’I don't know him. He was not at my home. No foreigner was at my home when the planes came and dropped bombs,’” said Shah Zaman, whose house was one of those destroyed in the attack.
The strike left three homes hundreds of yards apart in ruins. People in the area said the blasts could be felt miles away.
Doctors told AP at least 17 people died, including women and children, but residents put the death toll at more than 30.”

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