Sunday, March 11, 2012


11 March 2012 murders in Kandahar. Back in 2010, four US soldiers killed unarmed civilians in this part of Kandahar. They were found gulty of forming a "kill team" that murdered Afghan civilians for sport.

On 11 March 2012, a GROUP of American soldiers murdered 16 civilians, including nine children, in southern Kandahar province in Afghanistan.

(Western forces kill 16 civilians in Afghanistan: Kabul government)‎

Witnesses said the American soldiers were laughing when they carried out the shootings.

Child murdered in Kandahar on 11 March 2012. A GROUP of Americans carried out the murders.

Witnesses told Reuters they saw a GROUP of U.S. soldiers arrive at their village in Kandahar's Panjwayi district at around 2 am, enter homes and open fire.

The US embassy in Kabul said that only one American soldier had been detained over the shooting.

The Mai Lai massacre carried out by US troops as part of Operation Phoenix.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai described the Kandahar attack as "intentional murders".

"They (Americans) poured chemicals over their dead bodies and burned them," Haji Samad told Reuters.

Neighbors said they awoke to gunfire from American soldiers, whom they described as laughing.

One site of the shooting incident in Kandahar province, March 11, 2012. Credit: REUTERS/Ahmad Nadeem.

A 15-year-old survivor named Rafiullah said that "soldiers" broke into his house, woke up his family and began shooting them. (Afghans express skepticism over shooting account‎)

"The village is outside the gate of an American base...

"Thus, this is what we can safely assume:

"More than one American was involved as no single soldier would have been allowed outside the compound, heavily armed with a vehicle.

"Gate security received authorization for the “mission” from the watch officer at the “Combat Operations Center” at the base...

The US and NATO have a long history of deliberately killing civilians.

"No “reaction force” was sent to investigate though this was right outside the gates. Radio contact would have been attempted, and there would be recorded records of this and all other activities, as required by normal procedures.

"Again, we repeat, authorization at the gate, obviously more than one person, a vehicle, radio communications, gunfire overheard, all things that make the story we have received not just unlikely but childish, superficial and an obvious lie to anyone with experience in the military, something 30 million Americans have."

More: Here

An American soldier torturing and killing an innocent civilian for sport. (aferrismoon)

US forces have carried out similar acts in this area in the past. (Afghans express skepticism over shooting account‎)

Four US soldiers were sent to prison in connection with the 2010 killing of three unarmed men in this part of Kandahar province.

They were found gulty of forming a "kill team" that murdered Afghan civilians for sport.

An American torturing and killing for sport.

They murdered innocent victims with grenades and machine guns during patrols, then dropped weapons near their bodies to make them appear to have been combatants.

9 11 was an inside job. Osama worked for the CIA. Afghanistan was relatively liberal and prosperous before the CIA put the Mujadideen into power in Afghanistan. Fury as academics claim 9/11 was 'inside job' Mail Online

At Azizabad, on 22 August 2008, an American military operation killed more than 90 Afghan civilians, mainly women and children. (aangirfan: MURDER OF CIVILIANS BY US FORCES IN AZIZABAD)

US troops carrying out a massacre in Korea

If you add up the totals, the USA is probably responsible for the biggest holocaust of all time.


The CIA put Saddam into power and manipulated Iraq and Iran into a war. 1.5 million Iranians may have died in the Iran-Iraq war. Then came the Desert Storm campaign, depleted uranium, UN sanctions and the latest Iraq war. Over 1 million Iraqis have died as a result of American interference in Iraq.

9 11

On 9 11, 1973, Salvador Allende, the President of Chile, was killed in an American-sponsored coup, led by General Augusto Pinochet. Pinochet's rise to power, organised by the CIA and Henry Kissinger, began nearly twenty years of military dictatorship that led to thousands of deaths. 30,000 people were massacred in the weeks following this September 11th, as Pinochet tried to wipe out those who opposed fascism.

The Congo was given a military dictatorship thanks to the CIA assassination of Patrice Lumumba. The Congo conflict has led to at least 3 million deaths.

In Cambodia, America (and Britain) backed Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot who killed nearly 2 million Cambodians.

Many Germans died after the end of World War II due to the harsh policies of the USA. A survey conducted by the German government stated that some 1.4 million German prisoners died in captivity; many of them died in American captivity.

Since the Second World War, the US government has bombed 21 countries:

China in 1945-46 and again in 1950-53,

Korea in 1950-53

In Korea, nearly 3 million civilians were murdered by the USA and its allies. Civilians were murdered at No Gun Ri and many other places. The USA supported the fascist puppet regime in South Korea. The South Korean government carried out genocide against both North and South Korean people.

Guatemala in 1954, 1960, and 1967-69

Indonesia in 1958

Up to one million innocent civilians died in Indonesia after the CIA put Suharto into power in Indonesia. At least one third of the population of East Timor died after the USA gave Suharto permission to invade that country.

The CIA's MK ULTRA - Nazi style torture of American children

Vietnam in 1961-73

North Vietnam did not want a war. The US military-industrial complex made sure that there was a war. Through the Phoenix Program, hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese were tortured to death in “interrogation centers”.

These torture centers were built by the United States. Women were always raped as part of the torture before being murdered. This terrorism, rape and mass-murder was the policy of the USA. The My Lai massacre itself was an operation of the Phoenix Program.

Up to 5 million Vietnamese were killed in the Vietnam war.

Congo in 1964,

Laos in 1964-73,The United States Air Force dropped the equivalent of a planeload of bombs every eight minutes for nine years on the people of Laos — from 1965 to 1973. Over 2,000,000 tons.This was some of the heaviest aerial bombardment in world history.

Estimated civilian deaths: 500,000 men, women and children.

US troops torturing someone

Peru in 1965,

Cambodia in 1969-70,

El Salvador throughout the 1980s,

Nicaragua throughout the 1980s,

Lebanon in 1983-84,

Grenada in 1983,

Bosnia in 1985,

Libya in 1986,

Panama in 1989,

Iraq in 1991 and later,

Sudan in 1998,

Former Yugoslavia in 1999,

and Afghanistan in 1998 and 2002.

If you add up the totals, the United States of America is probably responsible for the biggest holocaust of all time.
US military torturing a child - MK ULTRA

"Since before the end of WWII the United States Corporate Mafia Government has been hell bent for total world domination, by any and all means necessary, no matter how brutal — including the slaughter of as many millions of innocent civilian men, women and children as it takes to accomplish that goal."

Source of quote:

Ex-State Department employee William Blum stated:

"An American holocaust has taken place - So great and deep is the denial of the American holocaust that the deniers are not even aware that the claimers or their claims exist.

"Yet, a few million people have died in the American holocaust and many more millions have been condemned to lives of misery and torture as a result of US interventions extending from China and Greece in the 1940s to Afghanistan and Iraq in the 1990s."

US troops torturing someone

The US and NATO have a long history of acting like NAZIS.




The American Military


Anonymous said...

Well, I think this kind of act has been happening in that region since the Americans and NATO troops moved there. There are many acts like this that are being covered up by the NATO and American troops. It sounds like something planned to cause more anger from the locals. Insteresting that while this is happening in that part of the world, Europe is being flooded with imigrants from all over Africa and Asia. Maybe when the Jews finish building the Great Israel, all the Europeans will move there and all the Muslims will be living in Europe...Right?

Zoompad said...

So arrogant they thought they could get away with it

nobody said...

Very good, thanks Aang. Just to fine-tune one of your points, the US dropped more bombs on Laos than were dropped during the entirety of WWII by both sides. And all to stop a foot trail through the jungle. Honestly, what transparent bullshit.

The smart money will assume that the real reason for this perversity was to enrich arms dealers by using up their back inventory etc. But I'm going to call bullshit on that too since inventory could just be shuffled around and declared 'spent'. Hell, you could just dump it in the ocean.

This variety of excuse-making logic is based on the assumption that the staggering number of deaths is a by-product, a thing that occurs in order to achieve some other 'sensible' thing. But this is begging the question surely? Frankly it would make more sense to assume that all this death and suffering is in fact the point of the exercise.

Certainly people would declare this absurd but only because they think that satanistic death worship is a thing of fiction and doesn't exist. Pretty much everyone here knows better of course. A true belief-based death cult does exist and the evidence for it is staring us in the face.

A13 said...

Thanks for reminding us and refreshing our memories on these atrocities Aang, we must also be aware of the Number, whereabouts and multitude of their bases, covert ops, and other acts of complete and utter disregard for Nations and Civilians.
Keep up the good work :)
Many regards and Cheers A13

nina said...

What is the difference between deranged serial killers on their own turf and this deplorable, egregious, insane rampage? Only geography and the punishments meted out. There are NO condolences possible, everything that has happened, including the never-again mentioned golden shower raining over the dead not too long ago, indicates loudly these heroes learn to abdicate all respect for anyone/anything other than the paycheck . Condolences are absurd, just leave and leave immediately.

Noor al Haqiqa said...

These occurrences only lower America yet further in the eyes of the world. And then those numbers speak for themselves.

Watching the international events we can see the isolation of America by many nations. International outrage at the use of al Qaeda, NATO brass, Qatar support, Israeli and American arms, not to mention the capture of foreign military. That whole "rebel" and "freedom fighters" can be put to rest.

Suddenly photos are appearing showing the people of Syria supporting Assad, as they have all along.

We can only watch to see how things work out here. It is impossible to believe that the US and Israeli and Turkish allies are giving up quite yet but they are being forced to retreat.

Pray that this works for the Syrian government and the people. It will not be easy with so many enemies of peace ranged to strike.

All of these events show the world the lies of the media fed to the West. Perhaps a few more people will wake up? We can only hope.

The Realist Report said...

This stuff is so outrageous, it really breaks my heart... words can't express how horrible I feel when I read stuff like this. And the sad thing is people here, almost to a person, love and worship the military, without even questioning or understanding what the military actually does. It's "patriotic" to blindly worship the military. No questions asked, just "support the troops", regardless of what they are actually doing. So sad...

BTW - I've been looking into WWII and the Nazis lately. From what I can tell, they weren't nearly as bad as the Allies. The Nazis have been subjected to a major propaganda campaign, and were actually much more honorable than the Allies in WWII. The US and NATO have a long history of acting how they have always acted: targeting civilians, torture, aggressive warfare, ect. Not saying the Nazis were perfect by any means, I just think the comparison between the US/NATO and the Nazis is misguided.

Anonymous said...

Tell me this isn't faked emotion....

aferrismoon said...

Re: Afghan

Last year 4 [ Ithink ] members of a US unit were imprisoned for murder, torture, and taking body parts as trophies.

They're MO was not unlike a 'serial-killers'.

Arthur Shawcross, allegedly killed Vietnamese , as a member of the Phoenix programme, in gruesomely tortuous ways. He continued his murderous ways beck in the USA, despite being imprisoned. They let him out and he did it again.

Zodiac Killer may have had a military background.


Zoompad said...

Comparing the Nazi Germany death cult with the American CIA death cult is like comparing the Devil to Satan.

I got interested in the Kinsey Institute after being dragged through the secret family courts for 7 years and accused of made up claptrap called Parental Alienation Syndrome which was invented by an American pro paedophile psychologist. I started to try to find out why people were able to do this to me, and quickly realised that a lot of people involved in the American Kinsey Institute had German sounding names.

A13 said...

Nobody..You are right..IT is the POINT of the exercise..well said and so true. So shocking, and simple, that it's hidden....


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Anonymous said...

As an American I am saddened and sickened.

American corporate media is controlled by Globalists/Zionists and rarely does this kind of stuff make it on the 'nightly news' or newspapers.

When it does, there is a reason.

For readers in other countries know a couple of things:

If the American People as a whole knew of this, almost all would be saddened and sickened, like myself.

In war, any war, there are abuses by individuals.

That is the reason to stay out of war. War, by its very nature, is corrosive to morals.

American troops are spending too many tours in these static (front lines don't move) occupations where the combination of fear and boredom and contempt for the locals (often times because the soldier can't tell friend from foe) leads to a decline of discipline and moral degradation.

America has been in far too many wars (or whatever the current military deployment is called).

I'm sorry America's foreign policy has been turned into this 'thing', an ugly 'thing', indeed.

... said...

This is a pretty disturbing post. I do try to avoid seeing pictures of this stuff.But your point is made. I remember an old colleague from my past who had served in the Korean war. He told me that it is well known among the British soldiers that if you were on an offensive jointly with the Americans you should always make sure you were behind them - never on the front line - because the rep. was that the Americans MO was to shoot everything in front of them - regardless of who or what they were. Kill it, there is no consequence in war! I always remember this story.
I'm listening to the British Forces radio and there are daily announcements about Malaria season starting. All soldiers in Afghanistan are reminded to take their meds. If they have forgotten or haven't for whatever reason, they must report immediately to the clinic and get their doses. I've read about the increased 'psych' effects of the anti-Malaria tablets so I was waiting to hear of someone going bezerk over there. Could these soldiers all be going 'mad' 'cause of the meds?

aka Marie

Anonymous said...

Dirty mass media (BBC and CBC especially vile) are working double time to ensure that we people understand completely that the lone nut acting ALONE, all by himself, ALL BY HIMSELF did this....without help, ALONE.

The only detail "leaked" so far is that the lone nut is a family man with several children of his own.
Sympathy, empathy.

CBC has pretty much dropped all coverage or concern of victims and their families, fast forwarding to speculation of how the 'barbaric Afghans' will now seek revenge.
Also heavily featured in their coverage is the outrage expressed by Taliban and various Muslim groups.......outrage expressed by decent normal people is not mentioned at CBC.

Nobody is right, this stuff is not an accident.
Marty, it is the abused tortured prisoners of the USA and your dirty marines who get the nasty Malaria drugs like Lariam. You guys get more benign pills, nice try.

Anonymous said...

thetruthhurts said...

In common conversations amongst the people I come across every day I don't think there is a single person who believes a word of the media/military machine. In fact I'd describe the tone of people generally as one of growing disillusionment with what 'our' Western forces are doing in our name, it's moved far beyond scepticism into disgust. I wonder what the tipping point is for people to actually express their hatred into a form of action that will result in a positive change. I worry about angry sentiment and words when most of the Western public are very apathetic to action

Anonymous said...

Balandi 3/11 looks very much like a Presidio V2012 production

Anonymous said...

Agree with all the post -but there is a minor error; the US/NATO bombed the Serbian parts of Bosnia in 1995 not 1985 as stated

... said...

I've come back to this story because I stumbled on the video interview with Bales' wife Kari Bales on the MSNBC website for

She is being interviewed about her feelings on whether he did this or not. She seems, like most military wives, quite oblivious to what is the military is doing to her husband.

The clue in the interview is that she says they were 'surprised' when he was re-deployed for a fourth time - mainly because they thought his tour of duty had come to an I quote: "HE WAS NOT ON THE SCHEDULE TO BE DEPLOYED AGAIN!" unquote

When asked what had her husband told her on the telephone after the event, she said he was confused and didn't understand WHERE HE WAS or WHY he was being held! These things point directly to some kind of 'operation' and he is most obviously the patsy in this story.

Today they reported that he had stopped his rampaging massacre to return to the base, then sneaked out AGAIN to continue it...

Now, what is wrong with this picture? (LOL!)

aka Marty

Anonymous said...

there are no syrian officials or military killing syrians, this has been a trick of Isreal and the U.S. for a long time now. They send groups of snipers to kill protesters so they can tell the world see what so and so is doing to thier innocent civilians., which is really a joke because it is becoming more & more obvious that they want extreme casualties and deaths both on the civilian and military population. I just wish that the Arab pple would wake up and realise this is what is happening. All khalifa states like Saudi Arabia are as crooked as can be, they know what is going on and are supporting it. Bahrain had protesters slaughtered by the gov. and U.S. backed them and even blocked any news from getting to the U.S. from over there. I can't believe that they r dumb enough to think that the U.S. and Isreal won't turn on them next after they have got thier help in killing as much of thier own pple as possible it will be thier turn.

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