The Mission: Combating Extremism; the Results, Civilians Die

Labour Aide Quits In Protest At Afghan Policy, a good place to start today. Reported in some of the press, Gordon Brown is telling President Obama that the British will remain committed to the Afghanistan war effort.

Afghanistan, a valley village, photo by Matt Wells

Afghanistan, a valley village, photo by Matt Wells

As you know, this site is dedicated to ending the conflicts in Central Asia. What is to gain with more troops, more years there, more money spent, more lives lost? Innocent lives lost. On all sides. Today’s headlines deal with Innocent Death, the killing of civilians. We read “terrorists”, “insurgents”, but these people can not be identified from the flying airplanes or DRONES. We are responsible for these civilians dying. This must end NOW. Write your Congress Member and your Senators right now at this link. It is easy to do. Please do it now. No more troops, no more money, End the War(s) Now.

In Registan.net today Joshua Faust reports about Air Strike in Kunduz (90+ killed by “NATO” air strike)

In The Long War today Bill Roggio reports “Afghan forces and Taliban clash in Kunduz”. Kunduz is the hot spot of the week. The map shown on this post shows the Pashtunistan portion of Afghanistan, almost the whole area.

I normally do not point you to Main Stream Media sites because you all ready have seen that information. But today, there’s a subheading that tells it all The AFPAK war “Combating Extremism in Afghanistan and Pakistan. So that’s our mission, combating “Extremism”. Now that’s an easy one to win. Just kill everybody.

Write your Congress Member and your Senators right now at this link. It is easy to do. Please do it now. No more troops, no more money, End the War(s) Now.

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2 Responses to “The Mission: Combating Extremism; the Results, Civilians Die”

  1. Tricia Says:

    The national focus seems to be on how to cut health care for Americans. How come more pople aren’t talking about how to save money by gettig out of these wars?

  2. I'm a Linda too Says:

    Exactly. To send more troops means a longer commitment, but that makes no sense what so ever with the changing reasoning. It’s not like we are supposed to be at war with Afghanistan. They just keep trying to find reasons to stay there.

    At least one person has principle and dignity.

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