October 5, 2017
Don’t like democracy, huh?
Well, we’ll see how much you like it when we ram it straight up your ass!
Protesters took to the streets of the Afghan capital, Kabul on Friday to demand an end to the “American occupation” as the country marks 16 years since the beginning of the US and NATO invasion.
Hundreds took to the streets, according to RT’s Ruptly video news agency, shouting anti-American and anti-NATO slogans. Protesters carried banners in both English and local languages, reading “Yankees go home,” “No to occupation,” “US and NATO massacre – a challenge to world’s conscience!” among others.
You silly, stupid, dirty sand apes.
Massacre is simply the cost of democracy.
The demonstration, in which both male and female protestors took part, was organized by the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan.
“We can’t bear occupation anymore,” a member of the Solidarity Party told Ruptly, adding that “every day we witness them (US and NATO) bombing our cities and thousands of innocent people are killed.”
Human lives… innocent people…
Of what value are these things?
Are they even tangible?
No, my low IQ, cave-dwelling monkey friends.
What is tangible is principles: democracies and freedoms.
And without them, you are better off blown to pieces by NATO cluster bombs.
“Our people gather here and we want justice. We want all the US and NATO occupiers to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible and leave the country to the Afghan people to decide what they want,” he said.
“No occupied country has reached freedom and democracy. It’s only the power of people that can bring democracy, peace and freedom to our country.”
How about you tell that to the people of Iraq, Afghanistan or Libya?
Military occupation and mass slaughter is the only way to ever achieve freedoms.
The leftist Solidarity Party of Afghanistan is fighting for women’s rights, secularism, and the expulsion of the US and NATO from the country.
According to the UN, it’s the Afghan civilians who have been paying the highest price for the conflict, during which thousands have died. The civilian death toll has reached record numbers this year, with 1,662 killed in the first half of 2017 alone, according to UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA).
UNAMA also noted an increase in civilian casualties, especially among women and children, from US and Afghan airstrikes, saying that it documented 95 civilian deaths and 137 injuries in such operations.
This sounds like communism.
Probably funded by Putin himself, or one of his proxies like Julian Assange or Richard Spencer.
These lives mean nothing.
Only one thing means anything and that is freedom.
And the only way anyone ever got freedom was through a sustained bombing campaign of a civilian population.