"Demonstrators are once again condemning America in
a foreign city. This time, it is in Kabul,
Afghanistan. Shouting 'death to America,' burning our flag, and setting off
bombings, the demonstrators express their hatred toward America.
has just placed sanctions on yet another country
to discipline those who do not obey American
commands. The nerve of them. Do they not
know America is the most powerful nation on Earth and America has to
protect it's interests?
They should do as America says and obey
American CIA directives.
This process is not new. It has been going
on for 50 years, and it has brought us grief and multiplied our enemies.
American foreign policy of
military interventionism has brought American death and destruction to many
foreign lands and loss of life for many Americans. From Korea and
Vietnam to Serbia,
Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan and now Iraq
again, Americans have ventured far from our shores in search of wars to fight.
The most current anti-American
demonstrations in Kabul were understandable and predictable.
one-time ally, Usamah bin Mohammad
bin Laden, when he served as a
freedom fighter against the Soviets in Afghanistan and when American's
bombed his Serbian enemies while siding with his friends in Kosovo, has not
been fooled and desire that his cause cannot be promoted by
America's fickle foreign
policy. There is no evidence that this policy serves the interests of
anyone on Earth but America's.
It certainly increases the
danger to all American as America has become the
number one target of terrorists. Conventional war against America is out of the
question, but acts of terrorism, whether it is the shooting down of a civilian
airliner or bombing a New York City building, are almost impossible to prevent
in a reasonably open society. It is hard for the
average citizen of these countries to understand why Americans must be so
involve in their affairs, and resort so readily to bombing and boycotts in
countries thousands of miles away from America.
American foreign policy
is deeply flawed and does not serve
American national security
interest. American foreign policy in the
Middle East has
endangered some of the moderate Arab governments and galvanized Muslim
militants." - Ron Paul, excerpts of Nov. 17,
US conducts military operations
against the Iraqi air defense system on numerous occasions in response to
actual or potential threats against aircraft enforcing the "no-fly" zones in
northern and southern Iraq.
US continues to provide
combat-equipped US Armed Forces to Bosnia-Herzegovina and other states in the
region as part of the NATO led Stabilization Force (SFOR). Approximately 1,500
US military personnel were deployed to Hungary, Croatia, and Italy to provide
"logistical and other support to SFOR," and that US forces continue to support
SFOR in "efforts to apprehend
persons indicted for war crimes."
US sends three military observers and one judge advocate to
support the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET).
To facilitate and coordinate US military activities in East Timor, the
President also authorized the deployment of a support group (USGET), consisting
of 30 US personnel.
aircraft authorizedto deliver "ammunition, and other
supplies and equipment" to Sierra Leone in support of United Nations
peacekeeping operations there.
US continues to provide military
personnel to the NATO led KFOR security force in Kosovo. US forces number
7,500. Other US military personnel are deployed to other countries serving in
administrative and logistics support roles, with approximately 1,000 US
personnel in Macedonia, Albania and
In the wake
of an attack on the US$ COLE in the port of Aden, Yemen 45 military personnel
from US Naval Forces Central
Command to Aden are deployed to provide
"medical, security, and disaster response assistance." The President
further reported that on October 13, 2000 about 50 US military security
personnel arrived in Aden, and that additional "security elements" may be
deployed to the area, to enhance the ability of the US to ensure the security
of the US$ COLE and the personnel responding to the incident. In addition, two
US Navy surface combatant vessels are operating in or near Yemeni territorial
waters to provide communications and other support, as required.
US Support Group East Timor (USGET), of approximately 12 US
personnel, including a security detachment, which "facilitates and coordinates"
US military activities in East Timor.
An additional 500 US military
personnel are deployed as the National Support Element in Macedonia, with an
occasional presence in Greece and Albania. US
forces in Kosovo are assigned to occupy a sector centered around Gnjilane in
CRS-32 the eastern portion to maintain a safe and secure environment through
conducting security patrols in urban areas and in the countryside.
Corporate Espionage and the Outsourcing of National
3,800 combat-equipped United States Armed Forces continued
to be deployed in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and other regional states as part of the
NATO led Stabilization Force (SFOR). Most were based at Tuzla in Bosnia. About
500 others were based in Hungary, Croatia, and Italy, providing logistical and
US conducts military
operations against the Iraqi air defense system on numerous occasions in
response to actual or potential threats against aircraft enforcing the "no-fly"
zones in northern and southern Iraq.
On September 24, 2001, GeorgeW. Bush reported to
Congress, "consistent with the War Powers Resolution," and "Senate Joint
Resolution 23" that in response to terrorist attacks on the
World Trade Center and the
Pentagon he had ordered the "deployment of various combat-equipped and combat
support forces to a number of foreign nations in the Central and Pacific
Command areas of operations."
On October 9, 2001, GeorgeW. Bush reported to
Congress, "consistent with the War Powers Resolution," and "Senate Joint
Resolution 23" that on October 7, 2001, US Armed Forces "began combat action in
Afghanistan against al-Qa`ida and their
The President states that he has directed this
military action in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on US "territory,
our citizens, and our Way of Life, and to
the continuing threat of terrorist acts against the US and our friends and
Bosnia 3,100 combat-equipped US Armed Forces continued to be
deployed in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and other regional states as part of the NATO
led Stabilization Force (SFOR). Most American forces are based at Tuzla in
Bosnia. About 500 others were based in Hungary, Croatia, and Italy, providing
logistical and other support.
The US currently has three military observers attached to
the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET). The US
also has a separate military presence, the US Support Group East Timor (USGET),
comprised of approximately 10 US personnel, including a security detachment,
which "facilitates and coordinates" US military activities in East Timor, as
well as a rotational presence of US forces through temporary deployments to
iconducting "maritime interception operations to locate and detain suspected
al-Qa`ida or Taliban
leadership fleeing Afghanistan by sea."
600 personnel are deployed "combat-equipped
and combat support forces to
train with, advise, and assist" the Philippines' Armed Forces in enhancing
their "existing counterterrorist capabilities."
Yugoslavia/Kosovo Current US contribution is "approximately
2,400 personnel." Most US forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina are assigned to the
Multinational Division, North headquartered in Tuzla. An additional 60 US
military personnel are deployed to Hungary and Croatia to provide logistical
and other support.
personnel deployed to help enhance the "counterterrorist capabilities" of their
US combat personnel
deployed to help enhance the "counterterrorist capabilities" of their armed
personnel into Cote d'Ivoire assist in the evacuation of American citizens and
third country nationals from the city of Bouake.
US actions continue
against al-Qa`ida fighters in Afghanistan as well as collaborative anti-terror
operations with forces of
Pakistan in the Pakistan/Afghanistan border area. US
"combat-equipped and combat support forces" continue to be deployed at a number
of locations around the world as part of US
1,800 US Armed Forces personnel
continued to be deployed in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and other regional states as
part of the NATO led Stabilization Force (SFOR). Most were based at Tuzla in
Bosnia. About 80 others were based in Hungary and Croatia, providing logistical
and other support. Maritime interception operations continue on the high seas
in the Central, European, and Pacific Command areas of responsibility, to
"prevent the movement, arming, or financing of international
US Armed Forces commence
operations on March 19, 2003 "to disarm Iraq in pursuit of peace, stability,
and security both in the Gulf region and in the US.".
2,250 US military personnel are deployed
in Kosovo, and additional military personnel operated, on occasion, from
Macedonia, Albania, and Greece
in support of KFOR operations.
35 combat-equipped US military personnel deploy to
Monrovia, Liberia to protect the embassy.
4,350 US combat-equipped military
personnel enter Liberian territorial waters in support of U.N. and
West African States efforts to
restore order and provide humanitarian assistance
34 combat-equipped US
military personnel secure the US Embassy in Nouakchott, Mauritania, and to
assist in evacuation of American citizens if required. They were expected to
arrive at the US embassy by June 10, 2003. Back-up and support personnel were
sent to Dakar, Senegal, to aid in any necessary evacuation from either Liberia
equipped and support forces" had been deployed to Djibouti to help in enhancing
their "counterterrorist capabilities."
US anti-terror related activities are underway
in Georgia, Djibouti, Kenya, Ethiopia,
Eritrea, Yemen, Kosovo, Bosnia, Iraq and
1,800 US personnel are participating in the
NATO Stabilization Force
255 US military personnel
from the US Joint Forces Command" deploy to Port-au- Prince, Haiti to augment
the US Embassy security forces there and to protect American citizens and
property in light of the instability forged by armed rebellion.
US continues to deploy more than 135,000 military
personnel in Iraq.
US forces are deployed in
Kenya, Ethiopia, Yemen,
Eritrea, Kosovo, Bosnia and Djibouti assisting in "enhancing counterterrorism
capabilities" of these nations.
160,000 US military personnel are deployed. US forces were also
deployed in the Horn of Africa region -
Yemen, and Djibouti - assisting in "enhancing counterterrorism capabilities" of
these nations. The President further noted that US combat-equipped military
personnel continued to be deployed in Kosovo as part of the
NATO led KFOR (1,700 personnel).
Approximately 220 US personnel are deployed in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part
of NATO to assist in defense reform while
performing operational tasks such as "counterterrorism and supporting the
International Criminal Court for the Former Yugoslavia."
Multiple ongoing US military deployments and
operations "in support of the war on terror." In Kosovo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iraq and Afghanistan. About 134,000 military personnel
were deployed in Iraq. US forces were also deployed in the Horn of Africa
region, and in Djibouti to support necessary operations against al-Qa`ida and
other international terrorists operating in the region.
combat-equipped military helicopters and military personnel to Beirut
to assist in the departure of
the persons under threat from Lebanon.
Korea detonates a nuclear device.
2007 Terrorism threat /Kosovo/Afghanistan. On June 15, 2007,
the President sent to Congress "consistent" with the War Powers Resolution, a
consolidated report giving details of ongoing US military deployments and
operations "in support of the
war on terror,"and in
support of the NATO led Kosovo Force
(KFOR). The President reported that various US "combat-equipped and
combatsupport forces" were deployed to "a number of locations in the Central,
Pacific, European (KFOR), and Southern Command areas of operation" and were
engaged in combat operations against al-Qa`ida CRS-40 terrorists and their
supporters. The US is currently "pursuing and engaging remnant al-Qa`ida and
Taliban fighters in Afghanistan." US
forces in Afghanistan currently total approximately 25,945. Of this total,
"approximately 14,340 are assigned to the International Security Assistance
Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan." The US military continues to support peacekeeping
operations in Kosovo, specifically, the NATO led Kosovo Force (KFOR). Currently, the
US contribution to KFOR in Kosovo is approximately 1,584 military
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US/NATO Embrace Psy-ops and Info-War
Terror Fraud Exposed: Congo (DRC) Massacres Not the Work of
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