A few scenes from the tragic bombing of the South Waziristan population’s villages are in the video below. This is the tip of the iceberg. We demand to see Swat Valley film NOW after the devistating attacks there, what did the population that returned find left there? Where are the remaining “displaced persons” that ran for their lives? Go back and look at Fallujah, Iraq. Where’s the film of the destruction of the town? What did the population return to and how many came back? This is ‘ethnic cleansing’, while claiming to chase away or kill the “Taliban”.
Pakistani army offensive devastates tribal communities By James Cogan
Michael Moore: “Get out of Afghanistan, Mr. President” Will President Obama reduce troops in Afghanistan, or send “…a few more” or “..a lot more”, what choice does he choose?
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