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Afghans demand end to foreign troops in Kabul protest

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10:46, October 07, 2011

Afghan protesters shout slogans against the United States during a protest in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, Oct. 6, 2011. Hundreds of Afghans attended a protest condemning the U.S.-led war against Taliban and al-Qaida network in Afghanistan, which will mark its 10th anniversary on Oct. 7. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)
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Yi Shao at 2011-10-08173.213.240.*
To murder a few million, to destroy countries and cultures, to plunder like no one has ever plundered before, to burn and to ravage the environment beyond imagination, is something that the US forces do in service of its corporate masters. As General “Howling” Jacob Smith told his troops during the Philippine war: “I wish you to kill and burn. The more you kill and burn, the better you please me.” Or as the contemporary American writer Michael Ledeen wrote: “Every 10 years or so the US needs to pick up some crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show we mean business.” This “business” is corporate business.
Yi Shao at 2011-10-08173.213.240.*
To murder a few million, to destroy countries and cultures, to plunder like no one has ever plundered before, to burn and to ravage the environment beyond imagination, is something that the US forces do in service of its corporate masters. As General “Howling” Jacob Smith told his troops during the Philippine war: “I wish you to kill and burn. The more you kill and burn, the better you please me.” Or as the contemporary American writer Michael Ledeen wrote: “Every 10 years or so the US needs to pick up some crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show we mean business.” This “business” is corporate business.
Yi Shao at 2011-10-08173.213.240.*
To murder a few million, to destroy countries and cultures, to plunder like no one has ever plundered before, to burn and to ravage the environment beyond imagination, is something that the US forces do in service of its corporate masters. As General “Howling” Jacob Smith told his troops during the Philippine war: “I wish you to kill and burn. The more you kill and burn, the better you please me.” Or as the contemporary American writer Michael Ledeen wrote: “Every 10 years or so the US needs to pick up some crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show we mean business.” This “business” is corporate business.
ood at 2011-10-07120.165.32.*
This evidence is very clear, many civilians have died by in the name of democracy, not by a dictator.
  

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