Tuesday, 3 May 2011

We Have One Dead Sand Nigger and Very Little Else






Bin Laden's death won't

stop the war in Afghanistan


Hillary Clinton said, "This has been a broad, deep, very impressive operation. We must redouble our efforts. In Afghanistan we will continue taking the fight to al-Qaeda, the Taliban and their allies ... In Pakistan we are committed to supporting the people and government"


finish al-Qaeda


An Indonesian Jihadi - "if it's true Osama bin Laden is dead, then he died a martyr.
He fought for Islam and he fought for the lands colonised by America. Al-Qaeda didn't die with him. Jihad will not be dampened just because he's dead because jihad is a command of the religion, not of individuals".

or end terrorism.


Mark Kimmit, a US military analyst, said bin Laden's death "was not the end of terrorism, but an end of a chapter."


The war in Afghanistan cost billions



Between FY2009 and FY2010, average monthly DOD spending for Afghanistan grew from $4.4 billion to $6.7 billion a month, a 50% increase while average troop strength almost doubled from 44,000 to 84,000 as part of the troop surge announced by the President last year. Troop strength in Afghanistan is expected to average 102,000 in FY2011. DOD’s plans call for troop levels to fall by less than 4,000 in FY2012 unless the President decides otherwise as part of his decision to “begin transition to Afghan security lead in early 2011. . . [to a ] a responsible, conditions-based U.S. troop reduction in July 2011.”

At the same time, the President announced a long-term U.S. commitment to a NATO summit goal of “a path to complete transition by the end of 2014.” It is currently unclear how quickly or slowly troop levels will fall this summer or in later years to meet these goals.



And more than 2000 coalition soldiers are dead

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

all sand niggers will die a bloody death