Friday, June 30, 2006

Kore Rowe Meet Cindy Sheehan











Korey Rowe is being interviewed by Alex Jones, shown on the Loose Change blog. Now apparently he is getting into Cindy Sheehan territory, at the 12 minute mark:



Pat Tillman was killed by fratricide, but for weeks after the incident the military said he was killed by freedom fighters, by Taliban freedom fighters on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.



OK Korey, you can do like John Walker Lindh and go join them, if you honestly believe that freedom is what they are fighting for.










BTW notice they mispell his name at the beginning? Heh.

59 Comments:

At 30 June, 2006 17:24, Blogger shawn said...

Taliban freedom fighters?! Well, if he wants to live under sharia he can go to Iran.

 
At 30 June, 2006 17:34, Blogger nesNYC said...

OK Korey, you can do like John Walker Lindh and go join them, if you honestly believe that freedom is what they are fighting for.

They are indeed fighting for THEIR freedom no? Who is the US to tell people half a world away what "freedom" is? Doesn't that make the US a totalitarian state? And BTW, the Taliban are not "terrorists" the way the okey-doak lemmings in the US think. They are what they are, resistance fighters fighting for their cause, simple. The US has no business in other people's lands telling them what the fuck to do. The sooner the okey-doak figures that out, the sooner things will get better AT HOME.

 
At 30 June, 2006 17:41, Blogger shawn said...

They are what they are, resistance fighters fighting for their cause, simple.

Resistance fighters don't equal freedom fighters, dumbass. If you think Taliban-controlled Afghanistan was freedom, head on over to Iran and set up shop.

The US has no business in other people's lands telling them what the fuck to do.

They do if those people harbor those that attacked us.

 
At 30 June, 2006 17:52, Blogger nesNYC said...

If you think Taliban-controlled Afghanistan was freedom

Like I said, who the heck cares! They were not harming anyone HERE! Didn't the "hijackers" come from Saudi Arabia? Duh. Come on, your argument is super weak.

 
At 30 June, 2006 17:52, Blogger nesNYC said...

They do if those people harbor those that attacked us.

Yeah, that's what Bush says so you will support HIS war. Comprede? You've been HAD!

 
At 30 June, 2006 17:55, Blogger James B. said...

Yeah, that is why the Taliban got so many votes in the Afghan elections, because the people want them there so bad.

Moronic nesync logic, the freedom of terror, oppression and genocide.

Stalin, Hitler, Tojo, Saddam... who are we to tell them how to live? They are just being free.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:02, Blogger shawn said...

They were not harming anyone HERE!

I guess that's a great attitude to have. Glad you didn't lead the country in the 40s.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:03, Blogger James B. said...

This is the type of freedom enjoyed by people under the Taliban. The type of freedom enjoyed by the Jews under Hitler. But nesync is all for that anyway.

It is remembered as "The massacre in Mazar-e-Sharif." In a few days more civilians were killed – and murdered and raped – than at any time in the previous 20 years of war in Afghanistan. Taking Mazar-e-Sharif gave the Taliban control of every major city and important territory in northern and central Afghanistan. Taliban soldiers killed 4,000 people, many of them found in house-to-house searches. Others were cut down indiscriminately on the streets and at markets.



http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/afghanistan/mazaresharif.html

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:03, Blogger nesNYC said...

Moronic nesync logic, the freedom of terror, oppression and genocide.

Stalin, Hitler, Tojo, Saddam... who are we to tell them how to live? They are just being free?


So are you saying the US should impose a world gubbment?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:04, Blogger nesNYC said...

The type of freedom enjoyed by the Jews under Hitler. But nesync is all for that anyway.

Half the stories out of WWII are allied propaganda.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:04, Blogger shawn said...

So are you saying the US should impose a world gubbment?

That is the dumbest conclusion to come to from his statements.

German - not part of America.

Japan - not part of America.

France - not part of America.

Afghanistan - not part of America.

Iraq - not part of America.

Russia and the former Soviet republics - not part of America.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:05, Blogger default.xbe said...

So are you saying the US should impose a world gubbment?

are you saying we should stand idly by while dictators commit crimes against humanity?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:05, Blogger shawn said...

Half the stories out of WWII are allied propaganda.

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Oh you are a card nesnyc, don't even change.

Remember guys, there was no Holocaust!

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:11, Blogger James B. said...

Half the stories out of WWII are allied propaganda.

Yeah, I know if the Nazis only killed 3 million Jews instead of 6, that makes a big difference.

"One death is a tragedy, a million a statistic"

-Josef Stalin, crypto Jew and nesync fan-

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:13, Blogger nesNYC said...

German - not part of America.

Japan - not part of America.

France - not part of America.

Afghanistan - not part of America.

Iraq - not part of America.


Ah, US bases anyone? LOL!

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:14, Blogger shawn said...

Ah, US bases anyone? LOL!

Wow, that's almost like completely controlling their governments.

You get dumber by the post.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:15, Blogger nesNYC said...

Remember guys, there was no Holocaust!

The whole WWII for Zion was a Holocaust only that about the 6 million figure is a gross exaggeration, that's proven.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:15, Blogger roger_sq said...

Taliban freedom fighters?! Well, if he wants to live under sharia he can go to Iran.

I believe it's sarcasm, "Freedom Fighters was the term used by Ronald Reagan when discussing the Taliban.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:15, Blogger nesNYC said...

Wow, that's almost like completely controlling their governments.

What else would a US base be for? And I'm getting dumb? Okay.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:17, Blogger shawn said...

I believe it's sarcasm, "Freedom Fighters was the term used by Ronald Reagan when discussing the Taliban.

Yup, all the mujahideen were Taliban when he was president...OH WAIT, that's why Afghanistan had a civil war after the Soviets left.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:17, Blogger shawn said...

What else would a US base be for?

Well, since we don't control their governments...I guess those bases are sitting there rusting.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:18, Blogger roger_sq said...

Resistance fighters don't equal freedom fighters, dumbass. If you think Taliban-controlled Afghanistan was freedom, head on over to Iran and set up shop.

Yes, actually it does. That's where the term came from. It's propaganda, of course, but it was concocted to explain away atrocities being committed by our allies the mujahadeen and Contras.


The US has no business in other people's lands telling them what the fuck to do.

They do if those people harbor those that attacked us.

Isn't it a beautiful thing when you can do whatever the fuck you want because...."remember the alamo..."

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:20, Blogger shawn said...

Isn't it a beautiful thing when you can do whatever the fuck you want because...."remember the alamo..."

Wow, you are dumb as dirt. Let's eliminate all those "accessory before/after the fact" charges from the law since you're not guilty unless you physically committed the act.

You hear that? Hitler's innocent.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:24, Blogger James B. said...

Yet despite these and other deprivations, 77 percent of Afghans say their country is headed in the right direction — compared with 30 percent in the vastly better-off United States. Ninety-one percent prefer the current Afghan government to the Taliban regime, and 87 percent call the U.S.-led overthrow of the Taliban good for their country. Osama bin Laden, for his part, is as unpopular as the Taliban; nine in 10 view him unfavorably.

poll

I guess little Korey knows better than the Afghan people.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:25, Blogger shawn said...

All propaganda!

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:25, Blogger nesNYC said...

Isn't it a beautiful thing when you can do whatever the fuck you want because...."remember the alamo..."

Yeah! These guys eat up that Straussian logic ALL THE TIME.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:25, Blogger nesNYC said...

All propaganda!

You're learning.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:27, Blogger shawn said...

You're learning.

You don't seem to understand that everything that is against your worldview isn't propaganda. You think Bush supporters say his low poll numbers are the result of a vast conspiracy by the American people? No.

You have to learn to live life.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:27, Blogger roger_sq said...

Yup, all the mujahideen were Taliban when he was president...OH WAIT, that's why Afghanistan had a civil war after the Soviets left.

All the mujahadeen ("freedom fighters") were militant islamic fundamentalists ("terrorists), yes.

Smoke some more crack if you think the civil war wasn't a direct result of US "aid". The moujahadeen took over immediately after the fall of the coalition government and imposed the first islamic regime in Afghanistan since the 18th century. How'd they do that?

Hekmatyar and Dostum, predominantly. Both allied with and funded by the CIA.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:28, Blogger shawn said...

Yeah! These guys eat up that Straussian logic ALL THE TIME.

Wow nesnyc knows of Leo Strauss. He's surprised me in a good way for once.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:29, Blogger nesNYC said...

Yet despite these and other deprivations, 77 percent of Afghans say their country is headed in the right direction

US propaganda to justify the war and not according to THIS. The Taliban is getting back in power, probably with the US's help too.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:30, Blogger shawn said...

Smoke some more crack if you think the civil war wasn't a direct result of US "aid". The moujahadeen took over immediately after the fall of the coalition government and imposed the first islamic regime in Afghanistan since the 18th century. How'd they do that?

If I were a smarter person than you (which I am), I would blame it on the Soviet invasion. No Soviet invasion, no American aid.

And since you're not the brightest bulb in the circuit, you obviously didn't get my point about the Taliban being a single faction in a vast array of fighters.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:30, Blogger roger_sq said...

Wow, you are dumb as dirt. Let's eliminate all those "accessory before/after the fact" charges from the law since you're not guilty unless you physically committed the act.

You hear that? Hitler's innocent.


Which is exactly why we need an independent investigation into 9/11. Thanks for finally coming to agreement on the matter. My work is done here.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:31, Blogger James B. said...

The Taliban is getting back in power, probably with the US's help too.


Yeah, the US is conducting a war against itself. Dude, you need medical help, seriously.

Nesync is playing "A Beautiful Mind: the Home Game"

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:32, Blogger shawn said...

US propaganda to justify the war and not according to THIS.

And you then send a link that doesn't support your point at all.

The Taliban gaining a foothold is not the same as the opinion of Afghanis as to how their country is doing.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:35, Blogger nesNYC said...

coalition government and imposed the first islamic regime in Afghanistan since the 18th century. How'd they do that?

Right! How could they not get in power with the US manipulators hands deep in the cookie jar.

The Taliban were the US’s boys, they even went to Texas to close a deal. How come these guys have such sort memories?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:37, Blogger nesNYC said...

The Taliban gaining a foothold is not the same as the opinion of Afghanis as to how their country is doing.

These kinds of movements do not succeed if the people there are truly against it.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:39, Blogger shawn said...

These kinds of movements do not succeed if the people there are truly against it.

A VAST majority of Aghanis support the current situation. You that thick?

Right! How could they not get in power with the US manipulators hands deep in the cookie jar.

Except they gained power in the vacuum from the exit of the US and the USSR.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:40, Blogger nesNYC said...

Hitler's innocent.

There is no proof he ordered 6 million to be killed. Do you have any evidence to support he's guilty?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:40, Blogger roger_sq said...

How come these guys have such short memories?

Because if they had to be hiding under the bed from the commies AND the terrorists, they couldn't come out to buy comic books.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:42, Blogger shawn said...

Because if they had to be hiding under the bed from the commies AND the terrorists, they couldn't come out to buy comic books.

hahah no Cold War!

Do you have any evidence to support he's guilty?

So every one else in his organization did it under his nose? What of all the antisemitic speeches? You don't need a written order.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:43, Blogger nesNYC said...

A VAST majority of Aghanis support the current situation. You that thick?

No, but you seem to be (thick). Read the story again. Afghanis are getting tired the old US empire messing with their lifestyle.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:44, Blogger shawn said...

And nesnyc ignores they're glad the US did what they did. Well, only 87 percent, but that's not a lot, eh?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:45, Blogger nesNYC said...

So every one else in his organization did it under his nose? What of all the antisemitic speeches? You don't need a written order.

Everybody didn't do anything because IT never happened. That’s why there are no orders or no orders EVER found. That’s a fact, Jack.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:50, Blogger shawn said...

Everybody didn't do anything because IT never happened. That’s why there are no orders or no orders EVER found.

Yup, no Zyklon B. No millions dead. No camps.

No Conference.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:54, Blogger shawn said...

Now tell me why when people brought up the slaughter of JEws they said "I was just following orders"?

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:54, Blogger MarkyX said...

I've said it once and I'll say it again.

No one who has stepped foot into Iraq should not be making judgements, both pro or anti War.

I seem to be the minority here.

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:00, Blogger MarkyX said...

Ah, US bases anyone? LOL!

That is hardly an example of one-world government

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:02, Blogger MarkyX said...

On topic, this kid is funny.

80% of the buildings have been bombed? This is becoming too easy and boring. I'm not going to get my information from a kid who produced Loose Change as "facts".

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:26, Blogger roger_sq said...

Everybody didn't do anything because IT never happened. That’s why there are no orders or no orders EVER found. That’s a fact, Jack.

What's with all the fucking holocaust deniers these days? Get real dude, the holocaust happened. 1 million, 6 million, makes no difference to the poor bastards in the camp!

Whatever. As for Hitler's role, it was marginal by most accounts. His secretary put out an enlightening memoir before she died a couple years ago. She indicated it was not at all in his day-to-day affairs. She never heard a word about it, but rtegularly the top Nazis would come to see him and they would go "off the record" for short periods to discuss things, which she presumed must have been the only times it was ever discussed with Hitler.

Criticism of using the holocaust as a PR campaign is one thing, it was hardly the most egregious slaughter of the war, but denying it happened at all is just stupid.

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:26, Blogger Alex said...

Why are you still arguing with someone who thinks the holocaust never happened, and 9/11 was pulled off by jews?

Give your heads a shake boys.

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:31, Blogger default.xbe said...

Ah, US bases anyone? LOL!

i know the topic has moved on, but i would still liek to respond to this, my great grandfather was a liason between the german government and the american air force at hahn air base, so if there was any 'controlling" going on, hed know (there wasnt any, in case you were wondering)

BTW hahn air base is now a civilian airport, so i guess we're done controlling them?

 
At 30 June, 2006 19:34, Blogger Alex said...

Canada had a base in Germany too up untill some time in the 80's. Guess those evil hockey-stick weilding Canucks have a world-domination agenda too.

 
At 01 July, 2006 00:48, Blogger shawn said...

it was hardly the most egregious slaughter of the war

You've gotta be kidding me.

Actually, I shouldn't be surprised. You think the Cold War never happened.

 
At 01 July, 2006 02:57, Blogger jackhanyes said...

If you think Taliban-controlled, American supported, Afghanistan was freedom

Ahh, that's better...

 
At 01 July, 2006 08:56, Blogger shawn said...

If you think Taliban-controlled, American supported, Afghanistan was freedom

Ahh, that's better...


Can you list the governments that recognized the Taliban?

(I'll give you a hint: America wasn't one of them.)

 
At 03 July, 2006 00:41, Blogger jackhanyes said...

Can you list the governments that recognized the Taliban?

Oh, please you idiot. In the 80's and early 90's the US sent money to fractions fighting against the USSR. What do think one of the fractions became?

The deal went south when the Taliban would not allow US company to build an gas pipeline through their country. Now the US bases are located in such a way to protect the gas line.

But you, Mr Simple, don't see any connection and would need "proof" to see it. So instead of wasting my life away trying to see the connection (much like forcing a horse to drink water), just go back to your la-la world of islamic boogy men under every bush.

 
At 03 July, 2006 07:22, Blogger Alex said...

The deal went south when the Taliban would not allow US company to build an gas pipeline through their country. Now the US bases are located in such a way to protect the gas line.

But why would they need to protect it when they're using their holographic technology to make it look like it's not even there? I mean, since nobody can see it, nobody can attack it right?

 
At 05 July, 2006 20:29, Blogger shawn said...

The deal went south when the Taliban would not allow US company to build an gas pipeline through their country. Now the US bases are located in such a way to protect the gas line.

Oh you mean that gasline that isn't being built? In the future, try not to get all your information from Michael Moore.

Certainly the US funded muhajideen, but the fracturing didn't occur till after the war with the Soviets.

I think it's funny that when I insult you for being wrong on the facts you complain, but when you're totally wrong on your chronology you can call me an idiot.

Fucking ridiculous.

 

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