Friday, January 23, 2009

US Spy Plane Kills 7 in Pakistan

Is this a way to unite the people behind Obama? Another war? Is this a way for the left to finally break the US Military? To involve us in another bloody war with Pakistan now? Is this their agenda? Break us to the point where we have to surrender to world communism and a UN military force controlled by our enemies?

Why are the Leftists avoiding Iran? Iran has killed more US soldiers in Iran than Pakistan has. Iran is already surrounded in Iraq and Afghasnistan. Hezbollah terrorists assisted the 9/11 hijackers by escorting them into Iran prior to the 9/11 attacks and this was confirmed by the 9/11 commission. The terrorists then flew to Afghanistan after their brief stop over in Iran.

Saudi hijackers were chosen as a distraction to point blame to Saudi Arabia and away from Iran and Russia on purpose. Our enemies are very clever folks, they have you asll fooled...

Is it because the Russians and China do lost of business with Iran? Weapon sales in exchange for oil? I think so....

Pakistan's involvement with terrorism is founded, do not get me wrong, but an invasion and ground war would be foolish at this point.

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Missiles fired from a suspected U.S. spy plane killed seven people Friday on the Pakistan side of the Afghan border, a lawless region where al-Qaida militants are known to hide out, officials said.

The strike was the first on Pakistani territory since the inauguration of President Barrack Obama.
Pakistani leaders had expressed hope Obama would halt the attacks, more than 30 of which have been launched since the middle of last year, reportedly killing several senior militants.

The pro-U.S. government routinely protests them as a violation of the country's sovereignty, but most observers speculate it has an unwritten agreement allowing them to take place.
One drone fired three missiles into the village of Zharki in North Waziristan, hitting two buildings, the intelligence officials said on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

At least seven people were killed, but there identities were not immediately known.
The United States rarely acknowledges firing the missiles, which are mostly fired from drones believed launched from neighboring Afghanistan.

Pakistan's air force is not known to possess drones. NATO officers in Afghanistan say they respect Pakistani sovereignty.

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