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Friday, September 21, 2012

Afghans chant "Death to America and France"

"I would rather work as your servant, cut grass and tend to your garden than be the ruler of Afghanistan."
Yaqub Khan
Amir of Afghanistan, to a British Viceroy in the 19th Century

Gary Rule #1  -  People are fucking idiots.

The moronic warmonger types keep pushing for the US and Europe to fight endless wars in the Muslim world to bring them "freedom" and democracy.  To bottom line it, the Muslims could care less about freedom, they steal our money and then spit in our faces. 

I say, fuck 'em.  No more money or troops for these SOBs.

Afghans on Thursday protested against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed published in France and staged fresh rallies against a US-made anti-Islam film.

About 300 students chanted "death to France, death to America" in a western neighbourhood of the capital Kabul, an AFP photographer said.

Nearby, hundreds more gathered on a flyover and chanted "death to America" and "long live Islam, long live Afghanistan", another AFP photographer said.

Both demonstrations condemned the new Mohammed cartoons published by a French satirical magazine on Wednesday and the low-budget film "Innocence of Muslims", which was used as an excuse to display anti-American Islamic hate.

Similar rallies have been held across Afghanistan in the last four days.

On Monday, a protest of more than 1,000 residents in eastern Kabul turned violent when the crowd set fire to cars and threw stones at police. About 50 officers were wounded.    (AFP - Google News)

Afghan mobs in anti-American protests

Protests in Indonesia and Afghanistan

Such a horrible waste of soldiers and treasure for ungrateful bastards.

Homecoming: The reality of the war in Afghanistan was made clear in Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire,
to where British soldiers were repatriated and received by crowds of mourners.

France's President Nicolas Sarkozy stands in front the seven flag-draped coffins in the courtyard outside the Invalides church during a military ceremony as France pays tribute to the seven French soldiers killed in Afghanistan during a national ceremony at the Invalides in Paris July 19, 2011.

Two Bulgarian soldiers killed in Afghanistan.

Relatives, Spain's royal family and Spanish politicians attend a state funeral for soldiers at Madrid's army headquarters. Soldiers' wives and parents clutched each other for support and wept as Spain's royal family and prime minister joined them at a funeral for 17 soldiers killed in Afghanistan.


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