The US meddling in Arab countries such as Iraq and Libya has turned them into hotbeds of terrorism, the head of the Russian general staff said. Libya, in particular, has become a hub for Islamic State jihadists.
In the long run, American military interventions of the past two decades have only succeeded in fostering terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa, General Valery Gerasimov told an international security conference in Moscow.
Maybe Hillary Clinton (and the liars who spin for her) can turn that into a gung-ho campaign slogan?
(Calm down, Claire McCaskill, we said "gung-ho," gung.)
In other proud moments for the United States government, PANARMENIAN.NET reports that the government has found a new way to 'warn' civilians when bombs will be coming.
No, no, no. Not leafleting the area ahead of time.
That is so old hat. And the US government really cares about paper. Not about the environment because heaven forbid we ever study what all the bombs being dropped by the US on Iraq is doing to the ozone layer. But they care about paper.
Or at least about not putting it down on paper.
Not creating a paper trail.
So instead of leafleting, they now borrow a page from every one's favorite book of ISRAELI WAR CRIMES.
The United States borrowed an Israeli military tactic known as "roof knocking" to try to warn civilians before it dropped a bomb targeting Islamic State fighters in Iraq this month, but a woman was killed in the attack, a U.S. military official said on Tuesday, April 26, Reuters reports.
The controversial tactic consists of firing a warning missile above or near an intended target, to give residents time to flee before the real strike.
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