Friday, June 18, 2010

Afghan war trends signal "mounting crisis"-US senator

The crisis is, what the soldiers think they're there for and what the actual mission is is as night to day, and victory is certainly not part of the mission, as defined by 'defeating the enemy and restoring peace and stability'. In fact, chaos, violence, and lawlessness are the objectives, among other things, because if you've pacified the land there's no reason to be there, unless of course you come out and admit the truth, that the war is for sustaining profits for the banksters and the military industrial complex, as well as funneling drug money and raping the country of its valuable natural resources.

Of course, this being uttered by John McCain, is just a mind control tactic to trick liberals, who hate McCain, into supporting that which he feigns to oppose, and to rouse "conservatives" into blaming Obama for the failure, when success was never desired, whether under Obama or Bush or any president who inherits this debacle.

    Reuters -

    President Barack Obama's war effort in Afghanistan appears to be heading in the wrong direction and possibly toward a crisis, a top Republican who backed Obama's troop buildup said on Tuesday. Senator John McCain, who ran against Obama in the 2008 presidential election, voiced concern about slower-than-expected progress in southern Afghanistan and doubts about Afghan President Hamid Karzai's commitment. "I am deeply concerned about our campaign in Afghanistan. Many of the key trends seem to be heading in a bad direction, perhaps even signaling a mounting crisis," McCain said at a Senate hearing, where top Pentagon officials defended the Afghan strategy.