Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Syrian Village bury dead after US attack! At the same time A suspected U.S. missile strike killed up to 20 people in northwest Pakistan!
You know I keep saying Bushco is going to do absolutely 100% everything possible to keep him or McCain in power so they can continue their new world and societal (dis) order progressing! There is no way in hell recent events in Pakistan and Syria along with our engineered Financial collapse here and around the world are not part of this. It has all been planned and it is no coincidence it is all coming to a head at the perfect time for the right to stay in power! Yesterday we learned the US made an attack into Syria! Syrian officials lashed out at Washington Monday for a "sheer violation of international law," accusing the U.S. of attacking a target inside Syria, killing eight people and wounding one.
Syrian Village bury dead after US attack!
Of course The U.S. military in Iraq said it had no information about the Syria incident. "The U.S. is a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, so this is an outrageous crime for a country who is responsible for maintaining peace and security in the whole world to act this way," Jihad Makdissi, a spokesman for the Syrian embassy in London, told the BBC. Syria's state news agency SANA said four U.S. helicopters crossed the border and struck a farm about 8 kilometers (5 miles) inside Syria before returning to Iraqi airspace. The raid occurred about 4:45 p.m. (1345 GMT), the agency said.
It said the helicopters hit a civilian building under construction on the farm, killing a father and his four sons, a married couple and another man. Syria's deputy foreign minister contacted the U.S. embassies in Damascus and Baghdad, SANA said. Sgt. Brooke Murphy, a U.S. military spokeswoman, told CNN that military officials were investigating. "Unfortunately, we cannot confirm anything at the moment," she said. The attack occurred near Al-Bukamal, a town home to a Red Crescent camp for Iraqi refugees. The town is across the border from the western Iraqi city of Qaim, a major route for Sunni Arab fighters battling U.S. troops in Iraq.
Syria has said it has made efforts to secure the 600-kilometer desert border, but Maj. Gen. John Kelly, the U.S. commander in western Iraq's sprawling Anbar province, told reporters last week that much of the border is "uncontrolled." "We still have a certain level of foreign fighter movement, not much, through Anbar, because of our activities out there," Kelly said. But he said Iraqi intelligence believes al Qaeda operatives and others "live pretty openly on the Syrian side, and periodically we know that they try to come across." Syrian embassy spokesman Makdissi said the United States cannot take matters into its own hands. US commando raid into Syria
Syrian Village bury dead after US attack by commandos in four Helicopters! Both Videos!
At the same time A suspected U.S. missile strike killed up to 20 people in northwest Pakistan on Monday, officials said, the latest salvo in an intensifying assault on militant hide-outs near the Afghan border. In other violence raging across Pakistan frontier zone, a car bomb killed two people in Quetta and a suicide attacker demolished a checkpoint, injuring eight police and troops. The reported missile strike occurred in South Waziristan, part of a belt of tribally governed territory considered a possible hiding place for Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida No. 2 Ayman al-Zawahri.
Two intelligence officials, speaking to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to speak to media on the record, said the targeted house in Mandata Raghzai village belonged to a lieutenant of local Taliban chief Maulvi Nazir.The officials, citing reports from agents and informers in the area, said militants cordoned off the scene and the identity of the 20 bodies pulled from the rubble was not immediately clear. Escalating attacks: Missile strikes into Pakistan's border region have escalated sharply amid complaints from American commanders that Pakistani forces are not putting enough pressure on militant strongholds on their territory.
U.S. military and CIA drones that patrol the frontier region are believed to have carried out at least 15 strikes since mid-August. The United States rarely confirms or denies involvement. The tactic has killed at least two senior al-Qaida operatives in Pakistan this year and ramped up the threat to groups suspected of plotting attacks on Western troops in Afghanistan and terror strikes in the West. However, it has also put severe strain on Pakistan's seven-year alliance with the U.S., especially since stalwart American ally Pervez Musharraf stepped down as army chief and president. US raids increasing in Pakistan
* Bush is going to do everything possible to further his mess and if we are lucky enough to sneak President Obama past the myriad of underhanded efforts by the right to steal this election It is being set up so that he will be ham strung with this financial collapse and fighting the myriad of wars Bush has laid the foundation for in the future! No coincidences Here!