Collateral Murder – The WikiLeaks Deception


Head to the link for partial transcripts and more links.

Via The Jawa Report.

Animated jpg showing clearly the middle man holding and swinging an RPG launcher that is nearly as tall as his shoulder-level, via Gateway Pundit:

As an aid, here’s my own screencap of that animation:

The Jawa Report‘s screencap, with RPG illustration for comparison:

Remember… The Bush-ordered invasion of Iraq saved 750,000 Iraqi civilian lives.

4 Responses to “Collateral Murder – The WikiLeaks Deception”

  1. Zack T Says:

    If Wikileak’s ‘Collateral Murder’ video was a deception.. then the US Soldiers that were there need not apologize for anything, would they?

    U.S. Troops Apologize For Wikileaks Massacre Video

    The Bush-ordered invasion may have saved lives.. but as far as I know, they’ve taken a lot more lives too, both allies and enemies and neutrals (aka civilians).

  2. Scott Thong Says:

    For your lols Zack, a very catchy tune to me:

  3. Ron Says:

    Why did the US unilaterally invade Iraq?

    a) Saddam had WMD (none found)
    b) Catch Osama bin Laden (still not captured)
    c) Oust an evil tyrant & bring democracy to Iraq (tenuous results)
    d) Secure lucrative contracts for Halliburton (check)

    Too bad Bush didn’t follow Jefferson’s advice:

    “Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”

  4. Scott Thong Says:

    e) Ensure that genocide continues.

    Oops, sorry, that last one was Obama wanting to quit Iraq, in spite of.

    Although if one really wanted to have efficient genocide, they would just reinstate the UN sanctions.

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