From Michael Yon:
Big fights are ahead and we will take serious losses probably, but al Qaeda, unless they find a way to escape, are about to be slaughtered. Nobody is dropping leaflets asking them to surrender. Our guys want to kill them, and that’s the plan.
This has been going on for awhile, so I thought I’d share it with you.
My Blog has been popping up high on google lists for some of the funniest things:
A lot of rabbit related ones, like, fat rabbit, rabbit foot, rabbit run, chase rabbit, to name a few.
On How to prevent cankles, I’m #2 right under The Cankles’ Forum…I shit you not.
Someone found me by typing, All the Dave’s I know, and What makes something cute where Nice Deb is #1.
A lot of people also find me by googling, scary shit.
The ones that make me a little indignant:
old lady pictures, and what the elderly do for fun.
I mean, really!
Hamad Mir, the renowned Pakistani journalist who nabbed the last interview with Osama Bin Laden, post 9/11, and was in touch with the Taliban in Ghazni, Afghanistan as recently as September of 2006, has weighed in on the Taliban Suicide bomber mission story, Canada Free Press reports:
“It is absolutely true,” Mir said last night, answering questions about the report’s veracity posed by Polish-based journalist, David Dastych. l “It’s absolutely true because I know that the number of English-speaking Taliban is increasing day by day in Afghanistan.”
Officials continue to downplay the threats.
Canada’s Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day said the threat to send suicide squads to attack Canada is a desperate public relations ploy by a movement that’s losing the battle on the ground in Afghanistan.
“I think the Taliban are aware that our troops cannot be intimidated, our troops prevail on the field of battle in Afghanistan. And so they’re trying through public relations means to worry the hearts of Canadians at home,” said Day.
“Their purpose is to strike terror, put fear into people’s hearts.
As Canada Free Press writer Judy Mcleod says:
… we can only hope that U.S. Homeland Security and Canada’s Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day know something that the rest of us don’t.