Obama condemns 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan
Posted by msrb on December 2, 2009
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Once Again Americans Are Shafted Major
Presidential Trojan Horse Commits 30,000 Troops to Afghan Insanity
America’s Serial Wars Have Nothing to Do With National Security: Spot The Difference [sic]
Korean War (1950-1953) – More than 300,000 US forces were deployed in Korea. During the last year of the conflict, about 37,000 US troops were killed in action.
Vietnam War (1961-1975) – The United States escalated the war in Vietnam. By April 1969 543,000 military personnel were fighting in Vietnam. [Of the American troops 58,159 were killed; 2,000 are missing; 303,635 were wounded.]
Many other wars, conflicts and military operations followed throughout the world… Then came Operation Urgent Fury, Grenada (1983); Operation Just Cause, Panama (1989); Operation Desert Storm, Iraq (January and February 1991); Operation Restore Hope, Somalia (1993); Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2001-2002); Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq (2003-present); Operation Obama’s Vietnam, Afghanistan (2009 to way beyond)
U.S. President Barack Obama poses for photos with cadets at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, December 1, 2009. Obama plans to send 30,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan over six months in a bid to beat back the Taliban and bring a quicker end to a costly and unpopular eight-year war [sic.] REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT). Image may be subject to copyright.
Who Benefits From the War in Afghanistan?
In NO way do the American public (We the People), the US troops, the Afghan people, or even the Taliban benefit from the war in Afghanistan financially, materially, ecologically, socially, ideologically, morally, emotionally, intellectually or otherwise.
The war in Afghanistan, like the war of occupation in Iraq, is NOT about the US national security, or national interests; it’s the latest chapter in America’s dark book of serial wars that are fought for and on behalf of the empire’s elite—the Security-Industrial-Congressional Complex.
At a time when at least 49.1 million Americans (1 in 6 people) go to sleep at night on an empty stomach, the $100 billion which the Security-Industrial-Congressional Complex will have appropriated in 2010 from the US taxpayer for the cost of War in Afghanistan could have gone a long way to provide food, health and education for our fellow Americans.
Taliban Threat to the US National Security
Like the “Iraqi insurgents,” the Taliban are as much of a security risk to the US as are President Obama’s Muslim relatives in Kenya. A plethora of scientific evidence has proven beyond any doubt whatever that the tragic events of 9/11 were perpetrated by insider terrorists.
The Security-Industrial-Congressional Complex (SICC) and the War Racket
Within just a few weeks of attacking Afghanistan, and with far fewer soldiers, the US-UK militaries ousted the Taliban government in 2001. The new phase of war, however, has taken eight years and at least $300 billion to UNWIN the war.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that the Security-Industrial-Congressional Complex, the only party that profits from war, can only continue to enrich itself from the War Racket if the wars are actually being fought. They don’t profit from wars that have been won. That’s why the post-Taliban Government fight has taken 8 years with no end in sight.
Who Are the Taliban Masterminds
So, How does the Security-Industrial-Congressional Complex (SICC) keep the War Racket ongoing? It’s elementary: By making sure they control both sides of the war. The spoils of war and trappings of Office are usually sufficient to induce most politicians to become war pimps.
In fact, during the last presidential election, it wasn’t so much the case of voting for Mr Obama, an aspiring war criminal, but that of voting out a known war criminal and Sarah Palin. It was all about the art of nominating.
[Any future political activity by Sarah Palin on behalf her party could correctly be interpreted as a political plot by those who do the nominating to help Obama win a second term.]
Unsurprisingly, only 49 percent of Americans approved of Obama’s job performance, a major Gallup Poll revealed. His approval rating after taking office in January was just short of 70 percent.
It’s neither necessary nor possible to brainwash every single member of Taliban to conspire with the War Racket. The SICC needs to train only a handful of the Taliban masterminds to succeed.And the war-torn, disease-ridden, poverty-stricken, yet opium-rich Afghanistan is a fertile breeding ground for ambitious young men who would happily train as and play the role of Taliban leaders.
Does the life of so many American troops killed in far-away places mean anything to SICC?
Ask any of the 37,000 US troops were killed in action in Korea, or the 58,159 soldiers who were killed ingloriously in Vietnam (additional 2,000 are missing), or …
What About the Military Top Brass? Aren’t they supposed to protect the troops against fighting “bad wars?”
A soldier with no brain, mindless and unable to think, a soldier without a conscience and honor, void of reason to fight and without moral instructions is as good as a dead soldier. The military claims that West Point is the best military academy in the world, and that’s precisely why our voted-for-by-default President chose the venue to deliver his unintelligent justification speech on the troop surge in Afghanistan.
Yet, as if a bunch of zombies and automatons, not a single officer made a protest about the “bad war.”
As for the top brass, they are no warriors; they are, like their Commander in Chief, war pimps.
Is the Afghan War Winnable?
Isn’t that a loaded question? The fact is the SICC has no intention of winning the war. SICC intends to destabilize the region and profit from the ensuing chaos, and there is ample historic precedence, as well as mountains of evidence to establish its intentions.
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