“Why do they hate us so?” You Asked!

(11 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

If the past decade plus didn’t answer that question, after 9/11, as well as the one about our ‘freedoms’, because you didn’t pay attention to what’s done in your names over the decades, maybe these very recent news reports will jog that overwhelming arrogance and total apathy embedded in the minds of this country.

A friend of american christianity is back in the news.

Adding to the recruitment by more then just the actions within the occupations and wars of choice, the ongoing hateful actions and rhetoric. The fear from within under the guise of ‘religious?’ ideology followed by the hateful and intolerant. But this ‘preacher?’, and those like him, the rehadists (R), aren’t ‘fighting them over there’ nor anywhere, those we send over and over are!!

21 March 2011 – A controversial US evangelical preacher oversaw the burning of a copy of the Koran in a small Florida church after finding the Muslim holy book “guilty” of crimes.

The burning was carried out by pastor Wayne Sapp under the supervision of Terry Jones, who last September drew sweeping condemnation over his plan to ignite a pile of Korans on the anniversary of September 11, 2001 attacks.

Sunday’s event was presented as a trial of the book in which the Koran was found “guilty” and “executed.”

The jury deliberated for about eight minutes. The book, which had been soaking for an hour in kerosene, was put in a metal tray in the center of the church, and Sapp started the fire with a barbecue lighter.

The book burned for around 10 minutes while some onlookers posed for photos.  {continued}

This a**hole, and those like him, know that by doing these actions and using the speak they do will garner contributions as they make themselves infamous, Blood Money gained on the Deaths and Maimings of our Soldiers sent and the Civilian populations within. This is american christianity 21st century, under the rehadist (R) mentality!

Watch for more on this, maybe, but coming from overseas and especially media outlets in that region.

US Army ‘kill team’ in Afghanistan posed with photos of murdered civilians

Commanders brace for backlash of anti-US sentiment that could be more damaging than after the Abu Ghraib scandal

The Afghanistan ‘kill team’ photos of murdered civilians could be more damaging than those from Abu Ghraib, say NATO commanders. Photograph: AP

21 March 2011 – Commanders in Afghanistan are bracing themselves for possible riots and public fury triggered by the publication of “trophy” photographs of US soldiers posing with the dead bodies of defenceless Afghan civilians they killed.

Senior officials at Nato’s International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq which sparked waves of anti-US protests around the world.

They fear that the pictures could be even more damaging as they show the aftermath of the deliberate murders of Afghan civilians by a rogue US Stryker tank unit that operated in the southern province of Kandahar last year.

Some of the activities of the self-styled “kill team” are already public, with 12 men currently on trial in Seattle for their role in the killing of three civilians.

Five of the soldiers are on trial for pre-meditated murder, after they staged killings to make it look like they were defending themselves from Taliban attacks.

Other charges include the mutilation of corpses, the possession of images of human casualties and drug abuse. {continued}

We have another phrase spoken every year but by fewer people: “We shall never forget!”. Well believe me, tens of millions will never forget the previous decade that is still ongoing, they lived it, especially the children who survived and grew up within, some of them now fighting the occupation forces still in their country and region.


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    • RiaD on March 21, 2011 at 17:00

    • Edger on March 22, 2011 at 01:50

    they’ll stop hating freedom and start assuming the same freedom to do anything they want anywhere in the world that they see Americans enjoying in their countries.

    Oh, wait….

  1. …DUH!

    Ever since 1492 (at least) we have wrecked so much havoc, death and destruction upon this planet that I can only ask…


     What’s not to hate?

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