posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 03:15 PM
reply to post by th3onetruth
Thank you for the kind words about my step brother
I do wish that on a global scale we could all shift into a new type of mentality where we all respect each other regardless of our differences. The
OP's post (in my opinion) shows that the people over there still manage to find some goodness and humanity even though they have been under invasion
They try and blame 911 on Afghanistan and Bin Laden when most the evidence points to the US/Israeli shadow government being responsible. Yet the war
still rages on...and these elders still manage to treat the dead with respect.
On the other side of the coin, there are extremists who decapitate what I consider to be innocent Westerners just because they are from the West so I
am not saying the Afghans are completely innocent. It's just that they have the moral high ground in this situation and any damages caused to the
Western invaders only happened because they decided to go to another country and participate in a gruesome invasion based on lies which leaves it
difficult for me to feel pitty.
My step brother and I have spoken about this, and my harsh views on this situation, and he understands. He has woken up a lot since his time in
Afghanistan. He is willing to admit that he was there up to no good, and he is willing to admit that he was tricked into believing the lies he was
told as for why he was sent over there.
If we were to put the picture of the American military urinating on dead Afghans beside the first picture in the OP it would help put the whole
situation into perspective.