Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Iranian News - 'US troops hit Russian motorcade in Iraq'

Who knows if this is true, but it is being reported for one reason and that is to show that the USA is looking to start trouble. The real troublemakers are the Russians and the radical Muslims. They have been working together since the 60's, but the American traitors in the media and Washington do not have the balls TO SAY IT PUBLICLY.

A Russian Foreign Ministry official says the US troops in Iraq have deliberately rammed their vehicle into a convoy carrying Russian diplomats.

The incident took place as a group of US armored personnel carriers (APCs) was passing by the motorcade of Russian diplomats, the official said, AFP reported.

"Suddenly the lead APC sharply maneuvered and, passing our second and third cars in the far left lane, caught up with the lead car and intentionally struck it, trying to push it off the road," he added.

The Russian Foreign Ministry official, who refused to be named, described the incident as a hit-and-run saying the US vehicles drove away with some of the soldiers pointing their rifles at the Russians.

Several Russian personnel received injuries of various degrees as a result of the collision, he said.

The official, however, did not mention the time of the incident, but said the Russians had been driving from the Green Zone to Baghdad airport.

Moscow has called on Washington to conduct an investigation into the case, the official said adding that Russia reserves the right to press for compensation.


  1. Best explanation (following 2 you tube videos) I've seen for the total media blackout of what is the single greatest news event and domestic threat -- let's call it OBAMAGATE -- since the outbreak of the American Civil War and for the sincere prayers of the American people that the United States Supreme Court -- let's call it OUR LAST HOPE -- now to have the courage to save our great nation as we have come to know it:

  2. Thanks Ted, I posted this video on my blog by Rev Manning the other day and I am putting it on the powerline blog site.. happy Thanksgiving


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