Taliban official admits U.S. strike killed military chief: report


CBC News
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A Taliban official has reportedly confirmed a Dec. 19 air strike killed a top commander close to Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar.

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MikeyDB
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Boooooo Hooooo

NOT
 
Sassylassie
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Good, now go bomb the ****e out of the rest of those chimps. No offense to Apes was meant or intended.
 
normbc9
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The more of their command staff we can get the more fragmented that group will become. It is a system where only certain people can be selected as leaders. If they get short of that type of a person then what?
 
DurkaDurka
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Quote: Originally Posted by normbc9 View Post

The more of their command staff we can get the more fragmented that group will become. It is a system where only certain people can be selected as leaders. If they get short of that type of a person then what?

They just import more commanders from their friend, Pakistan.
 
MikeyDB
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Then we teach their people about what these people don't want them to know.

We teach them that love compassion and tolerance comprise the real pathway to living in peace with our fellows and that the corruption of the Koran the Bible and all the "faiths" of the world are actually all about implanting a propensity to prejudice and clearing the field for the exclusive prefferences of believers that affords them the opportunity to grow harvest and supply narcotics to the world...because our bombs bullets and napalm don't give them an alternative... We tell the truth.

Pakistan supplies arms and personnel to many if not all the conflicts in the Middle East and yet our "governments" in Ottawa and Washington call Pakistan an ally????

We hold governments responsible for their aggression...Not by finding someone to bomb or children to maim and families to kill, but by making the leaders of our nations responsible for the carnage their greed and lack of foresight create.

Our governments ignored millions who rallied against the invasion of Iraq...to be ignored by the puppets of the military industrial complex who are still in the process of raping the people of the United States and Canada of their future...

Lots of ways and where might you ask are the people in positions of public scrutiny on these issues?

Padding their future by avoiding pursuing the just course of action..

Capital punishment should be re-implemented in Canada and the United States, where those who practice war in the name of dollars could be executed for their disdain for the lives of millions.
 
talloola
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[quote=MikeyDB;760773]Then we teach their people about what these people don't want them to know.

"These people" are their religious leaders, they are slaves to their religion, they won't do anything that
would "in their opinion" disrespect that religion

We teach them that love compassion and tolerance comprise the real pathway to living in peace with our fellows and that the corruption of the Koran the Bible and all the "faiths" of the world are actually all about implanting a propensity to prejudice and clearing the field for the exclusive prefferences of believers that affords them the opportunity to grow harvest and supply narcotics to the world...because our bombs bullets and napalm don't give them an alternative... We tell the truth.

Our truth isn't their truth, they also have no money, have no democracy, they are ruled by dictators, and
they also don't trust "us", they are taught that we are the "enemy", they believe that, and in some cases
it is the truth, and again, they are slaves to their religion, and nothing comes between them and "that".
And, in many cases their leaders use their religion to committ violent acts, so it seems to me that, we
are stopped by the "religion" first, their leaders next, and we can never reach the people, who don't
trust us anyway.


Pakistan supplies arms and personnel to many if not all the conflicts in the Middle East and yet our "governments" in Ottawa and Washington call Pakistan an ally????

Musharoff has to sit on the fence, he does support the west, he is quite a western thinker himself, but
he also has to support many of the groups inside Pakistan, or he will be overthrown, and that would be
a disaster for the west.

We hold governments responsible for their aggression...Not by finding someone to bomb or children to maim and families to kill, but by making the leaders of our nations responsible for the carnage their greed and lack of foresight create.

Its too bad Bush is in power, or that concept just might work in some cases.

Our governments ignored millions who rallied against the invasion of Iraq...to be ignored by the puppets of the military industrial complex who are still in the process of raping the people of the United States and Canada of their future...

Bush again, and Tony Blair, who is now paying for his support for Bush, and I'm sure at this point in time,
it is the sorriest move he has done since taking power.

Lots of ways and where might you ask are the people in positions of public scrutiny on these issues?
The U.S. better think long and hard before voting for their next president, as they are paying dearly
for their last decision.

Capital punishment should be re-implemented in Canada and the United States, where those who practice war in the name of dollars could be executed for their disdain for the lives of millions

That might work for the western civilization, but not for any muslim people, who would welcome capital
punishment, and become a martyr.
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