Yes. They should be brought to bear... but better put Dubya, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and the whole cast of characters into fatigues and send them to Iraq and see how long they survive.
Who will take them out first? Iraqis or the U.S. troops?
Col. Donn de Grandpre suggested the Baghdad attack that just missed Wolfowitz in his hotel was a U.S. attack from the very, very disillusioned rank and file. The attack was very precise.
For good measure:
Afghan Massacre - Convoy of Death:
In Afghanistan, filmmaker Jamie Doran has uncovered evidence of large scale massacre: Taliban prisoners of war suffocated in containers, shot in the desert under the watch of American troops.
The film provides eyewitness testimony that U.S. troops were complicit in the massacre of thousands of Taliban prisoners during the Afghan War.
It tells the story of thousands of prisoners who surrendered to the US military’s Afghan allies after the siege of Kunduz. According to eyewitnesses, some three thousand of the prisoners were forced into sealed containers and loaded onto trucks for transport to Sheberghan prison. Eyewitnesses say when the prisoners began shouting for air, U.S.-allied Afghan soldiers fired directly into the truck, killing many of them. The rest suffered through an appalling road trip lasting up to four days, so thirsty they clawed at the skin of their fellow prisoners as they licked perspiration and even drank blood from open wounds.
Witnesses say that when the trucks arrived and soldiers opened the containers, most of the people inside were dead. They also say US Special Forces re-directed the containers carrying the living and dead into the desert and stood by as survivors were shot and buried. Now, up to three thousand bodies lie buried in a mass grave.
The film has sent shockwaves around the world.
It has been broadcast on national television in Britain, Germany, Italy and Australia. It has been screened by the European parliament. It has outraged human rights groups and international human rights lawyers. They are calling for investigation into whether U.S. Special Forces are guilty of war crimes.
But most Americans have never heard of the film.
That’s because not one corporate media outlet in the U.S. will touch it.
“Afghan Massacre” is produced and directed by award-winning Irish filmmaker Jamie Doran. Doran is has worked at the highest levels of television film production for more than two decades. His films have been broadcast on virtually every major channel throughout the world.