Solider says U.S. Policy is “Kill Everybody”.

by Mr. Charrington on February 16, 2008

Perhaps the American generals, the neo-cons, and the new world order planners who direct them are copying the Nazi playbook. More likely, though, they are progressing along parallel lines because they’ve committed the same egregious war crimes; they can only compound their crimes until they “kill everybody” who resists them. The Yugoslavian partisans fighting German fascism were called “communists.” Today, U.S. fascism calls that same resistance in Iraq and Afghanistan “terrorist.” Gen. Keitel was hanged for this and other war crimes by the Nuremberg Tribunal on October 16, 1946. http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/…

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RancidAmoeba 02.16.08 at 8:50 am

This guy doesn’t think he’s white? Where does he live, Iceland?

He says “9/11″ more than Giuliani, for what it’s worth.

ev 02.16.08 at 9:38 am

is that the only thing that you took away from this video?

Bob's your uncle 02.16.08 at 10:03 am

This guy is trying to pretend like the war in Iraq is Vietnam and like he is suffering from the trauma of war. He’s a substandard soldier that can’t hang trying to make it sound like he is an activist.

Anonymous 02.16.08 at 12:13 pm

I find it mildly humorous how those few who have commented have ignored the facts he’s brought up and have resorted solely to ad hominem.

Mr. Charrington 02.16.08 at 1:44 pm

He’s not the only one I can post other vets saying the same thing. That I think puts it past a “lone solider” pretending to be anything. It’s unfortunate that there seems to be enough stunted beings in America not getting the message that we’re in deep shit to keep us forever in ignorance.

sharkey 02.16.08 at 5:49 pm

Collateral killing of civilians is actually a part of war. Whether the war is justified or not is a totally different question from whether it is justifiable to kill civilians in a free fire zone.
Among superpowers, the US is the most moral in the manner that they conduct warfare. This is clearly an unjust and stupid war that the US is conducting in Iraq. Also, referring to enemy combat troops as terrorists is nothing but transparent propaganda. However, killing civilians by happenstance is just what happens in war. this is one of the reasons that peacekeeping and nation building is a crappy thing to do with our armed forces. The mission we set up in Iraq is better suited for the Peace Corps.

My objection is to the insinuation that the Army, which is mostly led by individuals who think this is a stupid mission, is perpetrating war crimes in Iraq.

Mr. Charrington 02.16.08 at 6:19 pm

Hey Sharky,

I don’t find anything “moral” about the war or the way the administration or paramilitary is conducting themselves. That in itself is about as much propaganda as any one should be able to stomach. I think service men are in the middle of a no win condition. Damed if you do damed if you don’t. Is it their fault that they are in the war? No. Is it their fault they are following orders? Maybe… depends on the orders. Not that they have much choice but… they do have a choice.
There are serious crimes being committed in Iraq and some are spontaneous others are planned by the Administration. I hold the administration and congress responsible for putting the troops in harms way for ill gotten gains. On a personal level I don’t feel the troops are fighting for me per-se but fighting to keep Halliburton and Oil compaines in the dough. I think it’s a sick illegal war that is based on lies and it has affected our Troops.

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The “kill them all and let god sort them out” attitude is simply amoral. There is no morality in War. Almost 2 million Iraqi civies have died in the war. How many does it take before you call it genocide? 3 million? 6 million? Do we have to surpass Hitler’s body count?

I don’t and wont blame the troops but I do hold our own government responsible and so should u.

h66 02.17.08 at 1:33 pm

you say that

The Yugoslavian partisans fighting German fascism were called “communists.”

as if these partisans were obviously not communists

the site you refer to http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/ advises

“two resistance movements developed in Yugoslavia. The first and most successful was led by Josef Tito. His communist ‘Partisan Army’ caused the Germans all manner of problems”

here

Ian MacLeod 02.28.12 at 11:31 pm

What the hell is the matter with some of you people? This man isn’t “pretending to be” anything – he is what he says he is. When he finally got it about how badly he and the others had been lied to and how they were being used, he made a moral choice and quit. Now he’s doing whatever he’s able to do. He’s doing it without help because he hasn’t been able to FIND any help. He is NOT a “substandard soldier.” He’s realized that he was sent to Iraq to help the Carlysle Group and other oil companies steal Iraqi oil, he’s realized that with the orders he’d been given that HE was the terrorist, and he was – per his orders – murdering innocent people, wiping out entire families. He saw that something had to be, and he’s trying to do it, and because he can’t find help, he’s doing what he can do alone.

He shouldn’t HAVE to be alone.

Ian

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