Recent Articles In War on Terror
October 15, 2014 by Leauki on The Leauki Empire
It is not easy to write about certain things.

The capital city is easy, and so are funny stories about flights in small aircraft and descriptions of tiny but widespread towns in the middle of nowhere.

Even slavery, after the fact, is a lighter subject than some.

And so it took me a long time before I could write this.

This is what I also saw.

Read more: http://www.desertpenguin.org/south-sudan/patience.html

 
October 15, 2014 by Leauki on The Leauki Empire
I met four former slaves.

One of the reasons I wanted to see South Sudan was that I wanted to speak with locals liberated from North Sudanese slavery. Christian Solidarity International arranged for me to interview former slaves. They also provided an interpreter.

The subject of slavery fascinated me all my life. I could tell you the usual story of the sophisticated European liberal who obviously opposes all forms of slavery but the truth is most sophisticated European liberals don't. ...
PATROL BASE 7171, Helmand province, Afghanistan – Infantry Marines deployed to Afghanistan endure trials that Americans unfamiliar with military life cannot begin to fathom. Inclement weather, insatiable hunger, perpetual fatigue and direct combat with enemy forces are challenges frequently confronting the infantryman because he regularly operates in austere, hostile conditions. The infantry Marine in Afghanistan, commonly 18 years old and fresh out of high school, is often significantly m...
June 12, 2011 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
          When I think of torture the first thing that comes to mind is Vietnam and the rat pits and well you should know what I mean.  But there is no end to the chain of torture throughout man’s history. Of course there was Rwanda and Darfur to name a couple to bring things to more modern times. If I think of religion then I think of the inquisitions while States and City States speak for themselves. We have at least a 20,000 year history...
On 29th April 2011, President Barack Obama signed an excecutive order that authorised the Navy Seals VI unit to seek and kill Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks on the targets in USA. Are we to believe that the US president has the authority to order the execution of those deemed inimical to the US. Is this argument that USA can violate the sovereignty of a state, enter its territory, carry out a clandestine operation, pick up the evidence and leave, all actions done in accordan...
The war on terror was a product of the government as they controlled (still do) everything. The “truth” and any paper trails have all come from our altruistic American Government and Co. All the analysis, the forensic evidence (shipped to China), video footage and audio tapes (FAA and NORAD), investigations, findings, recommendations, excuses, insane ‘coincidences’, incompetence, identification of all perpetrators (most Saudi), picked out the culprit in chief and on and o...
Compiled from International Security Assistance Force Joint Command News Releases

 Afghan and coalition forces detained several suspected insurgents yesterday in the Sayyidabad district of Afghanistan’s Wardak province, officials said.

Troops were searching for a Taliban leader responsible for planting roadside bombs to target security forces traveling along Highway 1.

In other news yesterday throughout Afghanistan:

-- Forces captured two suspected insurgents, including a ...
March 12th, 2011 - WASHINGTON – A federal jury in Norfolk, Va., today convicted Justin Cannon, 27, of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Christopher Drotleff, 29, of Virginia Beach, Va., of involuntary manslaughter while working as contractors for the U.S. Department of Defense in Afghanistan.Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Neil H. MacBride of the Eastern District of Virginia and James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s W...
 Yesterday was a historic day in Afghanistan. And you heard nothing about it on the news. An Afghanistan unit is paving the way to secure their own country by becoming the first unit in Afghanistan history to transition to an independent state of security and to become self-sufficient. They are no longer relying on support from coalition forces to either train or fight the war on terrorism in their area. The 2nd Kandak, 2nd Brigade, 205th Corps, of the Afghan National Army became the first ...
February 14, 2011 by Leauki on The Leauki Empire
I have read western news reports about Egypt and noticed the lack of similar reports about Iran. The media have chosen sides again, as did our politicians who called on Mubarak to step down but won't openly point out the complete illegitimacy of the Iranian regime.

Here is some information on current events that everyone might find useful. My sources are this poll: washingtoninstitute.org…pollock-Egyptpoll.pdf and friends and acquaintances that could confirm the poll and tell...
February 12, 2011 by greensleeves on greensleeves
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There is a very informative article on the strange death of world government - secret probing - Danny Casolaro. It really was a case of 'Ye know too much'  It appears that Danny Casolaro who was probing the PROMIS software case amongst...
February 7, 2011 by Anthony R on TonyR
I've come to believe that Bush's policy of Democratization in the Middle East is a farce and a lost cause. It began to unravel when I saw the Iraqis time and time again standing on the smoldering ruins of American machinery and lives screaming allah akbar and it came to a grand finale, in a political sense, when Hamas. a terrorist organization, was democratically elected in the Gaza strip. Add to that woeful outcome the election in Lebanon of Hezbollah, a terrorist organization responsible for t...
   The following was written by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and will be published later this year, but I have his permission to use the material anywhere, and in any way, including here:

  In this age of sensational tabloid journalism, the media can encourage our returning warriors to wallow in a "pity party" by presenting endless reports and exaggerated "news" pieces implying that virtually every veteran of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan (and, by extension, any police who exp...
Recently it was my honor and pleasure to, for the ninth or 10th time, to listen to a daylong motivational seminar given by Lieut. Col. Dave Grossman U.S. Army retired Ranger, researcher, and downright just plain good guy. And having listened to Dave before and been able to sit down and have conversations with him privately I know where Dave's heart lies. It lies truly in the domain of a person who has dedicated his entire life to protecting and serving the citizens of this great country, a claim...
November 11, 2010 by terpfan1980 on My world
In the news today:

The enemies of the U.S.A. {... in the war on terror} announced plans to buy every family an all expenses paid ticket for a cruise on one of Carnival Cruise Line's cruiseships.

In making the move the terrorists announced that they couldn't think of a better way to torture their opponents.