Monday, April 5, 2010


The Wikileaks video the Pentagon didn't want to come out. This is one of the most disgusting videos I've ever seen. I am truly ashamed to be from the same country as these sadistic killers.

This is what the U.S. is doing in Central Asia. Not just the military men involved here, but all the neoconservatives from Bill Kristol to Wolfowitz and Dick Cheney are murderers with an ocean of blood on their hands. Damn them forever to eternity in Hell.

They cold-bloodedly even open fire on those trying to save the wounded. Pure evil, made in the U.S.A. Most important post ever on this blog.

If you would like more details on the footage, here is a link to the original Wikileaks page for the video.

An interesting discussion of this horrible video is on msnbc below where Dylan Ratigan is clearly choking on his words:

Despite what Dylan Ratigan says, it is clear there is a disgusting bloodlust in the voices of the soldiers involved which is disturbing and indefensible.

And if that's not enough for you, here is an article on Cryptogon with more gruesome details of our troops at work in an unrelated event.


  1. This video recording of the senseless and grotesque murder of innocent civilians is made all the more incongruous by the flippant smug and self-congratulatory attitude of the perpetrators as they sadistically exterminate their unfortunate victims by remote control and then revel in the carnage. This extraordinary documentation of callous inhumanity and indifference to suffering will surely go down in history as a most profound indictment of the invasion, occupation, and evisceration of the people of Iraq, that is unless we ourselves have already succumbed to the absolute moral indifference which is responsible for such heinous crimes. An entire nation stands indicted and convicted in these mere 17 minutes of video footage. The accompanying and dismissive disavowal of responsibility for this bloodbath on the part of the military authorities and the lack of any accountability whatsoever reflects our own complicity in this terrible carnage and assures us that we as a nation stand condemned and doomed to destruction for these appalling crimes, the victims of which cry out to heaven for justice. I think we can say without any qualification that the evidence of this footage places us squarely in the ranks of the of the worst war criminals known to mankind. May God have mercy on our souls.

  2. its pretty horrible, and ive never seen anything like it. but even if someone out there thinks this is all good because you are only killing the "enemy" your survival instincts should tell you that this doesnt bode well for us at all. today its the iraqis treated this way. tommorrow?