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Bangkok, Thailand May 6, 2011 - Much to Wired writer Spencer Ackerman's credit, amidst the first several paragraphs of his article, "First Drone Strikes Since Bin Laden Raid Hit Pakistan, Yemen," it is noted that after Pakistan's warnings and demands that the US cease and desist from violating its airspace, the US's subsequent drone attacks made the Pakistanis "look either complicit — and, hence, hypocritical — or incompetent." While the article continues by covering the official narrative citing the Soros-funded New American Foundation and the Foundation for the Defense of Democrac
Originally posted by OoohLaDeDa
There are beginning to be startling simmiliarities between present day USA and pre WW2 Germany.
Only problem is, this time, we are the bad guys.......Hows that make you feel?
Originally posted by autowrench
Hmmm...let us say, just for the sake of argument, that Pakistan sends spies to an American town, to gain Intel on one of their many enemies here. Say they are able to install surveillance equipment in the residence, and use that intelligence to plan and execute a strike on this American residence, and kill an American citizen, or for that matter a Canadian citizen hiding there. Just say. What do you think the officials would say, and do in such a situation? Would not the U.S. Government see such a strike as an act of war?