Here, let's change this a bit:
"The armed resistance will concentrate on singling out high profile targets in North America in its ongoing war for a White ethnostate, a report says."
"According to the report, the overall commander of the North American Resistance Army warned in a communique last week that “killing enemies of the White ethnostate” was the new strategy of the resistance army."
So, as much as we would like to waste the common street negro or mestizo, we must practice discipline. It's the Head we seek to crush. Once that's done, the other problems will be a cake walk. Believe you me.
ZOG Death Squads
'Targeted kill' new US strategy
Sun, 01 Aug 2010 08:10:09 GMT
The US will concentrate on singling out high profile targets in Afghanistan in its ongoing war in the battle-weary nation, a report says.
The plan for the targeted killing of Taliban and al-Qaeda members has gained momentum after US President Barack Obama's last year war scheme failed to curb militancy and spawned further lethal attacks across Afghanistan, the US daily The New York Times reported on Saturday.
Although, taking out targeted militants in Afghanistan and Iraq has failed to prove sufficient to cripple an insurgency, US administration officials say American commandos have killed more than 130 important militant figures over the last five months.
According to the report, the incoming commander of the US military's Central Command, General James N. Mattis, told a congressional committee last week that “killing terrorists” was the new counterinsurgency strategy of the army.
The report cites continual US military failures in the Afghan conflict and a rise in the number of civilian deaths coupled with the spread of Taliban influence in other areas of the country as the main reasons behind the American military's inclination towards the "targeted kill" program.
The United Nations Human Rights Office in Afghanistan has also voiced concern that the number of civilian deaths has been rising over the past 18 months since the US-led invasion of Afghanistan in 2001.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan has recorded over 1,013 civilian deaths in the first six months of 2009. The figure shows a 24 percent rise compared to the same period in 2008.
I like this comment in the comments section of the article:
In the future
Sun, 01 Aug 2010 08:52:19 GMT
We will go after all those Americans who organized and commited wars. We are especially keen to identify those who engaged in torture in Abu Ghraib prison and beyond. This includes Spc. Charles Graner and Spc. Sabrina Harmon for example.
Now, Graner and Harmon won't be forgotten once we've taken power, but the real targets are the ones that ordered them to commit their crimes. Terminate the order givers, not the order takers.