Taliban Shelter by Matthew Leary US Army (DOD 070330-A-9185L-037)
The following is a quote from a regular member of the Black Web Portal Forum. I think he sums up quite nicely what many African Americans feel about the hunt for Bin Laden and the "Al Qaeda terrorists." He also correctly points out the lack of concern on the part of these defenders of freedom, for the well-being of our brothers and sisters on the "homestan".
Right on dawilliams!
WHITE HOUSE STILL CAN'T FIND OSAMA BIN LADIN AFTER EIGHT YEARS? GIMME A BREAK!
dawilliams 12-06-2009 @ 5:36 PM
Well folks you gotta hand it to the military industrial complex. To perpetuate themselves they cook up this huge terrorist threat with this rag tag band of religous fanatics called AlQaida led by a guy named Osama 'Ali Baba' Bin Ladin. This dude just happens to have several family members living in the U.S. at the the time of the 9/11 attacks in September 2001. By the way you will recall these family members were quickly spirited out of the United States to Saudi Arabia. He is supposed to be the mastermind behind these attacks.
He puts out more videos than the late Michael Jackson. He lives in a cave. He goes on Arab TV and he supposedly has bad kidneys. Now if the United States can send a robot to Mars a planet millions of miles away from earth and have said robot explore the caves of Mars why then can't they find a guy who is supposed to be such a threat and living from one cave to another right here on earth in a third world 19th century country called Pakistan. He supposedly goes back and forth from one cave to another between Pakistan and another third world country called Afghanistan which is an 18th century country.
The U.S. has spent billions of dollars in defense materials to find this dude and his buddies. Day by day we hear of the body count of Al Qaida supposedlly killed. Sound familiar? How many of these people killed were actually Al Qaida? How many were innocent civilians?
The military industrial complex needed an enemy to justify its horrific spending habits and exhorbitant defense contracts after Russia collapsed. They found a perfect patsy in Al Qaida and the socalled threat of world wide terroism. Gimme a break!
One day the U.S. is fighting in Waziristan, then its Pakistan, then its Afghanistan, then its Turdestan! Dayum One stan after another. I would appreciate it more if they would start spending more money in Chicagostan or Harlemstan, Oaklandstan or LosAngelestan!