NATO kills 6 Afghan children :
"Six children were killed by NATO warplanes in Kunur province Thursday while they were collecting scrap metal in a mountainous area when aircraft dropped bombs," provincial police chief Khalilullah Ziayee said.
When pressed during a previous visit Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shrugged off concerns about the civilians, saying only, "there's a war going on."
"There's a war going on?" No!, Mrs. Secretary. No war was ever declared on Pakistan, nor on Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Iran, Panama, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea and Yugoslavia. But all these places were mercilessly bombed, and most all invaded and militarily occupied.
Congress never declared a war on a poor country, and Congress never declared a Cold War either. The United States didn't defeat the Soviet Union by U.S. wars in former colonized nations. The Soviet Union dissolved as peacefully as it began in the October Revolution of 1917. Peaceful that is, until the U.S. and its thirteen allied nations invaded to bring on a horrible civil war. And just so, has the United States conspired to promote civil war in three times the number of the nations listed above.
Ninety-nine percent of our "elected' public officials are beholden to the investment bankers who put them in office. They obey investment bankers like David Rockefeller, who for decades has masterminded the wars necessary for the capital accumulation to maintain and increase their control over our nation and beyond.
A strange universal amorality and cynicism pervades the air. One is aware of a "money talks' ethic. And their money talks of war, permanent war.
For nine years, Americans have accepted the slaughter of Afghanis in Afghanistan, though no Afghani were among the Saudi Arabians who flew our airliners into the World Trade Center and Pentagon in 2001. My countrymen have been diligently murdering anyone designated as an insurgent or suspected insurgent in Pakistan, Somalia Yemen and are planning to leave an Iraq as destroyed as was Korea and Vietnam when we left.
Americans don't see anything wrong with this. When I pass from this world, Americans will, for certain, still be killing people in their own country, own homes, somewhere.
My American life as an adult began at the time of the massacres on Cheju Island and elsewhere during the U.S. occupation of South Korea, followed by the massacres by invading U.S. Air Force, Navy and ground forces beginning in 1950, followed by the massacres of North Koreans that Picasso portrayed in his "Massacre in Korea."
My life as an American continued with the years of the Holocaust we prodigiously put on the lovely people of what was the French colonies of Indochina - with the unpleasant beyond comprehension high point, the graphically point blank My Lai Massacre.
When I see poor American children playing in a school yard, I imagine them grown up in full military garb proudly and dutifully ready to ship out. For they will believe what is taught on CNN and other Network evening news. Only a few will be saved by reading of the lies exposed on Internet via alternate media.
Those clever, desperate, and criminally insane investors that make up America's gang of covert rulers, are fully aware that the pen is mightier than the swords they command. So, they have produced millions of pens, digitalized pens, wielded by hired media personnel willingly prostituting themselves to spread disinformation, fear and war promotion. The war propaganda necessary for investment bankers to be able to take possession of ever more resources, and perpetuate their control over as much of Mankind as possible.