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Bush's Saud-al Qaeda Murdered Tillman And Beheaded Berg---Terrorism Is Out Of Control

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posted on May, 21 2004 @ 07:05 AM
The #1 FACT of Bush's Wars in the Middle East today is that Bush has made Osama and the Al Qaeda terrorism a worse threat against America today than they were on 9/11.

Tillman's murder is representative of the increasing hundreds of America's finest Heroes and Patriots who gave their lives, and are still dying as a direct result of Bush's never-ending Failures in Leadership.

Berg's beheading is representative of 1000s of innocent civilians who were massacred on 9/11, and still being slaughtered ever since.

Bush's Failures in Leadership have made America and the World less safe from Bush-Saud-Al Qaeda Terrorism today than on 9/10.

posted on May, 21 2004 @ 08:08 AM
You are right, this administration preaches that we are safe and that we are winning the war on terrorism what a lie.
1. When an american feels afraid to travel to another country because the change of terrorist attacks, they are winning.
2. When other nations are intimidated to do busisness with US. They are winning.
3. When terrorist act are all over the news everyday. They are winning.
4. When American are targeted all over the world they are big winners.
And this administration have the face to say (we are a safer nation) That is if you stay in US and dont go anywhere else, we have become prisiones in our on country.


posted on Dec, 6 2004 @ 07:26 PM
Actually,WE killed Pat Tillman
and then tried to hide it

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The last minutes of Pat Tillman's life were a horror of misdirected machine-gun fire and signals to firing colleagues that were misunderstood as hostile acts, according to an account published Sunday of the death of the NFL player-turned-soldier.
It took the Army a month to change the record to show that Tillman, the Arizona Cardinals defensive back who gave up a $3.6 million contract to become an Army Ranger, was killed last April not by Afghan guerrillas but by his Ranger colleagues.

Even then, the statement by Lt. Gen. Philip R. Kensinger Jr., head of the Army's Special Operations Command, gave few specifics of the corporal's death and implied that he was trying to suppress enemy fire when he "probably died as a result of friendly fire."

The Washington Post on Sunday, in the first article of a two-part series, published what it described as the first full telling of how and why Tillman died. The newspaper said it had access to "dozens of witness statements, e-mails, investigation findings, logbooks, maps and photographs."

A series of mishaps and missteps began the chain of events that resulted in Tillman's death in eastern Afghanistan, the newspaper said. A Humvee broke down, which led to the splitting up of his platoon.

The segment of the platoon with Tillman, Serial One, passed through a canyon and was near its north rim. The other segment, Serial Two, changed its plans because of poor roads and followed the same route into the canyon. It came under fire from Afghan Taliban fighters.

Men in Serial One heard an explosion that preceded the attack, and Tillman and two other fire team leaders were ordered to head toward the attackers, the Post said. The canyon's walls prevented them from radioing their positions to their colleagues, just as Serial Two had not radioed its change in plans.Read More

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