January 29, 2009

This is Called Adding FUEL to the FIRE!

This is a MUST SEE 3 minute news report regarding President Obama's first air strike that has KILLED 21 civilians!

President Obama, your entire campaign bashed former President Bush for being a WARMONGER and you painted yourself as an olive branch extending peace to the world. Now that you are officially in the White House, it took you less than a week to give orders to BOMB one of our main allies!?!?! Pakistan is now a democratic SOVEREIGN NATION! What happened to diplomatic talks and offering Pakistan help first before BOMBING the shit out of them?

If you are so intent on dismantling the radical islamic group Al-Qaida, wouldn't it be wise for you to WANT to work with both the Pakistan and Afghanistan governments FIRST?!

So now let me get this straight you BOMB our ALLY without speaking with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari. Yet you choose to break bread with radical Islamic countries who would prefer to see us all DEAD? Oh that's right, you finally proudly announced on Al Arabiya News that you are a Muslim that lived in Indonesia. Click here to read full transcript of the interview with Saudi-owned, Dubai-based Al-Arabiya news channel..

Could this jesture of good-will to an Arab news network in DUBAI have anything to do with Dubai and many of the surrounding Arab nations being HEAVILY INVESTED in the United States financial BANKING industry? They pretty much OWN us! Your actions are unbelievable! Talk about kissing their a$$. Why don't you TELL the American public the TRUTH for a CHANGE! If you really wanted to address the Muslim community then why didn't you choose Al Jazeera News Network. The Muslim nations laugh at you. Enough with the hype! There is nothing genuine about you. People will soon discover, you are nothing more than another TOOL.

Your actions of WAR instead of peace has added fuel to the fire and displayed your ineptitude. You are hurting our allies, NOT helping them. Expect more willing Al-Qaida recruits, more hatred toward America and more attacks! This is inevitable thanks to your thoughtless actions!!! Oh yeah, your the man. Does this make you feel MORE powerful? You are NOTHING more than the same political bullshit Mr. President! No CHANGE here...


The Guardian UK
President orders air strikes on villages in tribal area
Saturday 24 January 2009

Barack Obama gave the go-ahead for his first military action yesterday, missile strikes against suspected militants in Pakistan which killed at least 18 people.

Four days after assuming the presidency, he was consulted by US commanders before they launched the two attacks. Although Obama has abandoned many of the "war on terror" policies of George Bush while he was president, he is not retreating from the hunt for Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaida leaders.

The US marine corp commander said yesterday that his 22,000 troops should be redeployed from Iraq to Afghanistan. Gen James Conway said "the time is right" to leave Iraq now the war had become largely nation-building rather than the pitched fighting in which the corps excelled; he wanted the marines in Afghanistan, especially in the south where insurgents, and the Taliban and al-Qaida, benefit from both a nearby safe haven in Pakistan and a booming trade in narcotics.

Obama has warned that he is prepared to bomb inside Pakistan if he gets relevant intelligence about the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden. He had also said he would act against militants along the border if the Pakistan government failed to.

The strikes will help Obama portray himself as a leader who, though ready to shift the balance of American power towards diplomacy, is not afraid of military action.

The Pakistan government publicly expressed hope that the arrival of Obama would see a halt to such strikes, which stir up hostility from Pakistanis towards the government; in private, the government may be more relaxed about such attacks.

There is a lot of nervousness in the new administration about the fragility of Pakistan, particularly as it has nuclear weapons, but it also sees Afghanistan and Pakistan as being linked. In the face of a Taliban resurgence, there is despair in Washington over the leadership of the Afghan leader, Hamid Karzai, and there will not be much disappointment if he is replaced in elections later this year.

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