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Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
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Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
ISIS is the CIA's proxy; no doubt.

I always repeated here -for years actually- that the only goal for this proxy is to give America the proper "cause" to remain and interfere in other countries.

Even Osama Bin Laden -the dog-, the father of ISIS and the spirit soul of this CIA proxy, their agent who almost brought down the Taliban:

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/08/29/asia/...index.html


Quote:Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber, relative says

The USA military is back to its terrorism in Afghanistan; it couldn't even wait for 1 week. If they can't beat the Taliban popularity; they'll commit terrorism via their proxy called ISIS to give themselves the justification to keep the terrorism.
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
You’re a fucking loony. Collateral damage does not qualify as terrorism.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 3:58 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: You’re a fucking loony. Collateral damage does not qualify as terrorism.

Boru

The fucking loony is the asshole bombing women and children then say: collateral damage.
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 4:02 am)WinterHold Wrote:
(August 30, 2021 at 3:58 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: You’re a fucking loony. Collateral damage does not qualify as terrorism.

Boru

The fucking loony is the asshole bombing women and children then say: collateral damage.

Read the article you linked. The van was bombed, the innocents were killed as a result of secondary explosion from inside the van.

 The alternative to this drone strike would have been to let the van proceed to (probably) the airport and kill dozens of people.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 4:08 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote:
(August 30, 2021 at 4:02 am)WinterHold Wrote: The fucking loony is the asshole bombing women and children then say: collateral damage.

Read the article you linked. The van was bombed, the innocents were killed as a result of secondary explosion from inside the van.

 The alternative to this drone strike would have been to let the van proceed to (probably) the airport and kill dozens of people.

Boru

Quoting the Taliban official:

Quote:The Taliban, which is now in control of Afghanistan, condemned the strike later Sunday, saying the US had violated the country's sovereignty.

Bilal Kareemi, a Taliban spokesperson, told CNN that it was "not right to conduct operations on others' soil" and that the US should have informed the Taliban. "Whenever the US conducts such operations, we condemn them," he said.

Sharing intel with the Taliban de-facto government should've happen. It's officially another country and there's an official bloody war between the Taliban and ISIS.

Would Americans not write topics like mine if Mexico bombed drug dealers in Texas?
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
Who gives a fuck what the Taliban think
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 4:22 am)WinterHold Wrote:
(August 30, 2021 at 4:08 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: Read the article you linked. The van was bombed, the innocents were killed as a result of secondary explosion from inside the van.

 The alternative to this drone strike would have been to let the van proceed to (probably) the airport and kill dozens of people.

Boru

Quoting the Taliban official:

Quote:The Taliban, which is now in control of Afghanistan, condemned the strike later Sunday, saying the US had violated the country's sovereignty.

Bilal Kareemi, a Taliban spokesperson, told CNN that it was "not right to conduct operations on others' soil" and that the US should have informed the Taliban. "Whenever the US conducts such operations, we condemn them," he said.

Sharing intel with the Taliban de-facto government should've happen. It's officially another country and there's an official bloody war between the Taliban and ISIS.

Would Americans not write topics like mine if Mexico bombed drug dealers in Texas?

Still doesn't explain why this makes the US guilty of terrorism (I notice that Kareemi didn't do that).

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 3:52 am)WinterHold Wrote: ISIS is the CIA's proxy; no doubt.

I always repeated here -for years actually- that the only goal for this proxy is to give America the proper "cause" to remain and interfere in other countries.

Even Osama Bin Laden -the dog-, the father of ISIS and the spirit soul of this CIA proxy, their agent who almost brought down the Taliban:

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/08/29/asia/...index.html


Quote:Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber, relative says

The USA military is back to its terrorism in Afghanistan; it couldn't even wait for 1 week. If they can't beat the Taliban popularity; they'll commit terrorism via their proxy called ISIS to give themselves the justification to keep the terrorism.

ISIS K was trying to kill anyone they deemed the enemy. Last Thursday they murdered not only 13 soldiers, but around 60 Afghan civilians, including some children. That is terrorism. Murdering soldiers trying to save lives and taking out innocent civilians is terrorism. Blowing up a car that has rockets in it, is a direct result of the ISIS members making the attempt. ISIS are responsible for the deaths you are talking about in this story.

And trust me Atlass, if ISIS could get away with blowing one of the refugee jets out of the sky on takeoff, they would do it.  So of course we are going to shoot back. If ISIS had not made that attempt nobody would have had to fire back. 

And fuck the Taliban, they are still mentally in the stone age.

One of the soldiers killed last Thursday was a lady, whom has been pictured holding Afghan babies, who was quoted on social media saying "I love my job".  She thought of herself as a helper, a peace keeper. She wasn't there to oppress anyone. While it is true America invaded Afghanistan to get Bin Laden, we wanted for Afghanistan an open and pluralistic society, like we have here. Now mind you, we've had our political fights here about what America's role in the world should be, but you cannot blame this lady for wanting better for others. 

Both of us know that ISIS and even the Taliban are never going to value political or religious pluralism. But in the west, as imperfect as we are, we value political and religious pluralism 1,000% more. 

I'll admit, unfortunately any Afghani who gets admitted citizenship to America will face bigotry and threats to some degree. But that won't be coming from our government. They will still have far more rights and recourse here than they would if they stayed there. 

A Muslim living here in America will face bullshit bigotry unfortunately. But comparatively speaking, they have a better chance of survival here than there.
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
Not even close to the 170+ killed by the bomber. Stick it up your ass Winter.
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RE: Nine family members killed in US airstrike in Kabul targeting suspected ISIS-K bomber
(August 30, 2021 at 7:39 am)brewer Wrote: Not even close to the 170+ killed by the bomber. Stick it up your ass Winter.

Humans will always unfortunately be tribal. But even outside war, I think anyone can understand that if you get punched in the face, the person you punch might react in kind.

Bin Laden was the cause for the Afghanistan invasion. Even back then, there was a debate between Americans if a ground invasion was warranted. Anyone can armchair quarterback what we should have done now. But the point was we were sucker punched. I think we could have taken Bin Laden out without a ground invasion, but that is not what happened. 

Not to get sappy, but I love my species and hate my species at the same time. I love that we can, when we want, be extremely empathetic and kind, but hate my species because we, at the same time can be extremely cruel.

I'd agree with the likes of Ayaan Hirsi Ali and the likes of Malala, in that currently, the state of the Middle East still seems to be stuck hundreds of years in the past, socially, politically and religiously. But at the same time, we have right wing Christian factions just as afraid of change and pluralism. But currently, I am more afraid of our far right Christians than a Afghanistan interpreter who helped us for 20 years.
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