Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Winning those hearts and minds

Nice to know we're as smart with those "smart bombs" as ever.
When the bombs rained down on Raqqa in eastern Syria early on Tuesday, many families were already huddled in their homes awaiting the inevitable. The first strikes landed just after 2am, directed at sites that Islamic State (Isis) has openly used and that had long been flagged as targets. The jihadis were no longer there though, having blended in with Raqqa’s civilian population, where they knew they would be safer.
More fans of 'Murica that we earn via remote control.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

A$$EPTIONAL*, as Always! *Let US first expose the charade: The definition of ISIS (Industrial
States' "Intelligence Services'): Iraq Subsidiary = Company man:
the Obamanable DESPOTUS (Bushdiving for Poppy)!

pansypoo said...

what happened to the drones?

kingweasil said...

Doh!

bRIAN m said...

That's Phase II, when the profit center, errrr, failed state, is still being passified in 2025.

But hey, what do you thibnk about Obama's SHAMEFUL COFFEE SALUTE? Let's focus on THAT, or do you HATE THE TROOPS?

Brian M said...

pacified, DAMN IT!

Yastreblyansky said...

Any chance the bombers might have done this on purpose, by way of killing infrastructure instead of people? Realize that's not how they did it in the good old days. Guardian article says they did kill 30 militants and no civilians, which if true is the only acceptable ratio.