US Terrorist Bombing Kills 100+ Afghans

USA murders 100+ Afghans

Hundreds of people have taken to the streets in Farah in western Afghanistan in protest at the deaths of civilians in US air strikes earlier this week.

Witnesses said the crowd chanted “death to America, death to the invaders”, and demanded US forces leave Afghanistan.
(Source: BBC News)

So, while Obama and his cronies are bleating on about the evil terrorism of Al Quaeda, his forces have just murdered over one hundred innocent Afghan civilians. Including women and children, according to the Red Cross. One official reported twenty children killed in this brutal American attack.

When the USA kills one hundred civilians with its bombs, you won’t see footage on the news. You won’t hear our UK ministers (war criminals themselves) condemning the violence or mourning the loss of life. Because American terror is GOOD!

All we hear, everyday, is news of sectarian bomb attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan. The under-reporting of US killings spreads the propaganda that most of the people killed in Afghanistan and Iraq are victims of Al Quaeda or sectarian clashes. This is a deliberate lie spread by the USA to cover-up their enormous war crime, the slaughter of over one million Iraqis. Don’t believe me? Click here.

Or, better yet, listen to the words of an Afghan rather than more US propaganda:

One protester, Haji Nangyalai, 42, said he was demonstrating to “show our anger at the crimes committed by the American forces”.

“We ask the Afghan government to force the American forces to leave Afghanistan. They kill more civilians than Taleban,” he said.
(Source: BBC News)

I’ll put that a bit bigger for any Tories / Republicans / Obama-apologists who might be reading:

“We ask the Afghan government to force the American forces to leave Afghanistan. They kill more civilians than Taleban.”

How is the USA still regarded as an international arbiter of morality when it’s killed more civilians in the last six years than any other nation and has a president who approves of kidnap and torture?