quote:She sounds as sincere as Nayirah. LINK
After 11 years of this bullshite, what kind of bat shite crazy nutjob still swallows this propaganda?
she is a reporter who interviews people that are actually there, then reports what they say
are you saying the military leaders are lying to her?
are you saying the Taliban and other locals she talks to are lying?
who exactly is propagandizing in this scenario? WTF are you talking about?
In what way TT?
quote:I parked and listened to the evening prayer being blasted out of the mosque in Lackawanna, NY one evening. It was chilling to hear the anger and hate being blasted out into that neighborhood. I got some ugly looks for sitting there, and gave hard stares right back at 'em.
training camps such as Islamville in upstate New York. They absolutely hate us, folks.
What do you mean in what way? Did you watch the video?
TX, what are the facts upon which you disagree with her assessment of the Alqaeda threat in the Middle East?
quote:I'm talking about the video in the OP of the reporter. Jesus.
So you are comparing that video to a in the field reporter that has spent documented time with the Taliban?
quote:Don't be so hasty. It takes time to build a pipeline the length of the country. And just how long do you think it takes to mine natural resources?
If we can't get the job done in 11 years, it's time to pull the ripcord.
I understand you now. Thanks.
I completely agree with her on the Pakistani issue. If any other country (save Saudi Arabia) had bin Laden living a mile away from its West Point, we would have vaporized it.
Did you figure out who, exactly, is making the "trillions of dollars" off of Afghanistan's natural resources? And hoe they're now doing so?
Already this summer, the China National Petroleum Corporation, in partnership with a company controlled by relatives of President Karzai, began pumping oil from the Amu Darya field in the north. An investment consortium arranged by JPMorgan Chase is mining gold. Another Chinese company is trying to develop a huge copper mine. Four copper and gold contracts are being tendered, and contracts for rare earth metals could be offered soon.
The Ministry of Mines has also requested bids for a richer oil concession in the Afghan-Tajik basin, and American officials are optimistic it could come online soon.