Chanting “Death to America!” and weeping as they prayed, hundreds of Kabul university students marched on Sunday in protest against U.S. air strikes last week that killed more than 100 civilians.
Afghan puppet-President Hamid Karzai says more than 100 and perhaps as many as 130 civilians were murdered while Provincial officials say villagers have drawn up lists with names of 147 dead.
Karzai has called for a halt to the cowardly U.S. air strikes but his U.S. puppet masters have refused.
“The air strikes are not acceptable,” he told CNN on Friday. “Terrorism is not in Afghan villages, not in Afghan homes. And you cannot defeat terrorists by air strikes.”
Students at the university issued a statement calling for troops responsible for civilian casualties to be prosecuted. However, the blood-thirsty killers in the employ of the military are only doing as they are ordered to do. If anyone is to be prosecuted it should be the commander-in-chief, Obama, along with the people who elected him and continue to support him. In reality, the blood of the innocents is on the hands of all Americans who are not actively trying to change their government.
“…the massacre of people by U.S. forces is a crime they can never forget”, the students announced.
Demonstrators held aloft banners that read in English: “USA is biggest terrorist around the world!”
The US has no legal or logical reason to be waging war against the Afghan people, unless its purpose is to create an enemy to justify the continued global expansion of its military. The excuse of ‘fighting terrorism’ simply isn’t supported by the facts.
Fact: The attacks on 911 were carried out by the US government, not foreign terrorists. There are virtually no actual terrorist attacks against the U.S. which are not tied to the CIA.
Fact: The Taliban and Al Queda are creations of the CIA, Mossad and other intelligence agencies for the purpose of terrorism. The U.S. actively supports Saudi religious schools which use advanced mind control technology to create religious zealots.
Fact: The people of Afghanistan and Pakistan have a moral and legal right to resist the illegal and immoral occupation of their countries. Branding resistance fighters as terrorists is wrong. Were the U.S. founding Fathers terrorists?
If the US continues to wage its illegal wars and support other war criminals such as Israel, the US can logically expect resistance and retaliation. Americans should not be surprised if its victims do someday strike back out of desperation.
The best way to mitigate the risks posed by Islamic fundamentalism is to simply let it run its course and stop feeding it with violent attacks. Religious fundamentalism does not flourish when education and economic development are supported. Once people have lived under its oppressive rule they will decide that moderation is better, just as other religious followers have evolved beyond fundamentalism, including Christians.
Peace and prosperity comes from understanding, compassion and mutual respect, not attacks from terror drones against innocent people, or those who have a right to defend their country.