Friday, June 30, 2006

A Looser Lies? Say It Isn't So

In the previous post Korey Rowe was praising the Taliban freedom fighters of Afghanistan. We continue here at the 15 minute mark:


So they decide to tell us to clear the place, make sure the place is cleared. Obviously there is no one here. The buildings that were supposed to be there were rubble, there were like, maybe a quarter of the wall was left. I was told to climb up this hill, and clear this small hole that was in the side of the hill, because there might be someone hiding in there, with an AK-47 or an RPG or something. So I walk all the way up to this hole, I look down, and there is a slim-jim wrapper in the hole. I mean, obviously SF had been there, and they had even stayed in the hole I was clearing the night before.

Hey, is it our fault that SF is always a step ahead of you 101 pukes? De Oppresso Liber.
Anyway, he continues:

CNN, like I said is up the hill, at this point everyone is pissed, we are carrying all this ammo, so we are like, you know, we’re going home, let’s spendex it. So there is a beautiful couple of caves, so we take that 800 pounds of C-4 and we decide to blow up the caves, the whole time CNN is right there with the camera. It’s cool stuff, guys just blowing stuff up, right. So after that is like, guys we you got all that ammo, let’s go out to the field and shoot it. We got on-line, and we’re just blasting away. And then I go home, and I don’t think about it. Everyone goes home, nobody thinks about it. It’s over. As soon as we get back, it’s Iraq, nobody thinks about it.

You don't think about it, huh? That is odd, because you seem to have thought about it enough to have given a newspaper interview about it. And you told a rather different story:


Finally, in May, Rowe and a group of soldiers were sent on a mission to destroy a suspected al-Qaida camp.

"We had satellite surveillance telling us there were terrorist camps," he said. "We trained and practiced and trained and practiced."

The group flew in at night and explored a maze of caves, only to find abandoned ammunition.

"We searched and blew up the caves to make it unusable," he said. "We were lucky there was no one there. We were lucky we didn't get attacked."

He then describes how CNN edited the footage to make it look like a real attack. Could be, wouldn't be the first time CNN made up a story, but given the Loosers loose hold on the truth, I would have to check it out.

25 Comments:

At 30 June, 2006 17:55, Blogger default.xbe said...

CNN making the story up wouldnt surprise me, its that Rowe acts all surprised about it, what did he think CNN was going do with the footage?

"Well we couldn't get any footage of an actual firefight, so heres some footage of stuff blowing up we think you'll pretty bitchin'..."

and that probably is what he was expecting...

It’s cool stuff, guys just blowing stuff up, right.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:01, Blogger nesNYC said...

It's been known for years that CNN has military "advisors" in the news rooms to "clear" this "news." Double duh...

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:07, Blogger default.xbe said...

It's been known for years that CNN has military "advisors" in the news rooms to "clear" this "news." Double duh...

i remember laughing my ass off when geraldo got shipped home for drawing a map showing where his unit was and where they were going

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:12, Blogger nesNYC said...

i remember laughing my ass off when geraldo got shipped home for drawing a map showing where his unit was and where they were going

Exactly! Freedom of the Press is alive and well @ CNN, NOT.

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

Exactly! Freedom of the Press is alive and well @ CNN, NOT.

You do realize the enemy troops can watch CNN, right?

Last I checked, freedom of speech to incite violence isn't protected either.

 
At 30 June, 2006 18:23, Blogger nesNYC said...

You do realize the enemy troops can watch CNN, right?

That supports what Korey is saying then. You stage a "battle" and the enemy is none the wiser? Come on! How many Taliban even had TV's? These fake battles were made for US home consumption.

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

i remember laughing my ass off when geraldo got shipped home for drawing a map showing where his unit was and where they were going

Exactly! Freedom of the Press is alive and well @ CNN, NOT.


Possibly the stupidest comment yet. And that's REALLY saying a lot.

 
At 30 June, 2006 20:56, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like, hey man, wasn't CNN playing footsies with Sadam to get access?

I mean, like, you know, the CNN guys, they were like you know, paying to be there, and like it wasn't like the French, and the Russians who were getting PAID to keep the UN off of Sadam, like you know.

Hey man, ya seen me over at Myspace. Man I hope somebody buys those xxxl shirts man.

 
At 30 June, 2006 22:10, Blogger roger_sq said...

Here's another fucking idiot who has NO IDEA how the world works.

Funny but you know who he sounds like?

Me!


"The former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense under the Reagan Administration and a highly decorated Vietnam veteran and Colonel has gone on the record to voice his doubts about the official story of 9/11 - calling it "the dog that doesn't hunt."

Col. Ronald D. Ray joined Alex Jones for an hour long interview in which he gave his views on a wide array of subjects, including the war on terror, porous borders and the Bush administration.

Ray questioned the feasbility of having a budget of half a trillion dollars a year yet not even being able to defend the Pentagon.

"Half a trillion dollars a year and a bunch of guys over in a cave in Afghanistan were able to penetrate that half a trillion dollar network that's supposed to provide Americans with national security."

The Colonel detailed historical examples of the use of false flag operations carried out by the US government, in particular Israel's attempted sinking of the USS Liberty, which LBJ allowed to happen in an effort to blame Egypt and kickstart a war.

Ray espoused his complete distrust of the legitimacy of the official story behind 9/11."


Colonel Ronald D. Ray is a practicing attorney in Kentucky and a highly decorated combat veteran of the Vietnam War (two Silver Stars, a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.) He served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense during the Reagan Administration

 
At 30 June, 2006 22:25, Blogger default.xbe said...

false flag operations carried out by the US government, in particular Israel's attempted sinking of the USS Liberty

how is isreal attacking the USS Liberty a US operation?

and no, LBJ didnt "allow" it to happen

 
At 30 June, 2006 22:39, Blogger roger_sq said...

default.omniscient.xbe,

thanks for your unfounded and ignorant opinion, although LBJ was a stooge puppet so I'll concur he didn't allow anything. He was a Decider too.

 
At 30 June, 2006 22:55, Blogger default.xbe said...

thanks for your unfounded and ignorant opinion, although LBJ was a stooge puppet so I'll concur he didn't allow anything. He was a Decider too.

ill thank you for your similarly unfounded and ignorant opinion mr roger-the-equally-omniscient-sq

 
At 01 July, 2006 05:12, Blogger Alex said...

yes, yes, it's all DA JOOOOZ. Roger, why don't you go play in traffic with insync? You'd be much more effective as a bumper decoration than as a human being.

 
At 01 July, 2006 06:26, Blogger JoanBasil said...

He was probably saying what he thought he was supposed to say in the earlier version. The difference in the 2 versions is the second one has more detail and opinion. But he says it right there that at the time, he didn't think about it, nobody thinks about it. Now, he has been thinking about it. Its right there.

Re saying what you think you're supposed to say: boy, do we sure see a lot of that. The Republican talking points about "patriotism" and "faith" dominate our media and terrify our politicians. How many of them voted for that idiotic flag burning amendment, like 65 or 66 out of 100? Its only times like the Terry Schiavo case and Bush trying to dismantle Social Security where the public gets so motivated by the possibility that this is an issue for their own lives. Otherwise, most of us just don't care. I wonder what percentage of Americans even know about the recent try for a flag burning amendment?

 
At 01 July, 2006 07:48, Blogger nesNYC said...

and no, LBJ didnt "allow" it to happen

But I do think he was guilty of trying to cover it up. Had the USS Liberty attack been successful, Egypt would be in the hands of the Zionists today. I'm very happy they didn't succeed.

 
At 01 July, 2006 07:52, Blogger nesNYC said...

yes, yes, it's all DA JOOOOZ. Roger, why don't you go play in traffic with insync? You'd be much more effective as a bumper decoration than as a human being.

Don't fear the topic. Your future life will depend on the knowledge you gain today. Once you figure out the manipulators of the "system" you can make informed decisions when the time comes.

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

Had the USS Liberty attack been successful, Egypt would be in the hands of the Zionists today. I'm very happy they didn't succeed.

No, Sinai would be in their hands. Last I checked, that peninsula doesn't encompass the entirety of Egypt.

Idiot.

 
At 01 July, 2006 09:11, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

I would recommend that someone check more on Rowe's credentials. First of all: 800 POUNDS of C4? Doesn't that set off alarm bells? Also it is highly unlikely that an SF soldier would leave behind obvious trash like that; even regular soldiers are supposed to police all that up.

 
At 01 July, 2006 11:25, Blogger Richard said...

I was thinking about that to. Even in Basic Training a soldier is instructed to leave no trash behind. It's all part of the Light, Noise, Trash Discipline. Not everyone is perfect though but I figure SF is smarter than that. Plus 800 punds of C4 is a bit excessive. As much as I don't like to criticize other soldiers or former soldiers I have a pretty good idea of what kind of soldier Rowe was.

 
At 01 July, 2006 11:25, Blogger Richard said...

pounds*

 
At 01 July, 2006 11:46, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

Richard, don't discount the possibility that he could be a complete fake. Check out sites like Specsec.org or veriseal.org and see how many people throughout history have posed as fake veterans. Many have appeared since these recent wars. Before I left for Europe I helped bust a scumbag who claimed to be a super-secret CIA operative in Vietnam. I had some suspicions about some of his claims(there were blatantly obvious errors) so I submitted him to specsec. They checked the records and found that he had never been in the military.

 
At 01 July, 2006 13:14, Blogger James B. said...

All the evidence points to Korey actually serving, even if he is a bit loose with the details (no pun intended). What he has said about his unit has been completely consistent with where they actually were, and he gave an interview saying this long before he became a Looser. I served in OEF around the time he did, although not in the same place, and his details check out to the best of my knowledge, aside from exaggerating the claim that the 101st was in the initial invasion.

Besides, most people who fake stuff like this (see Jesse MacBeth) make themselves the SF trooper, not just some guy who sits in guard tower the entire time.

It is still legitimate of course, to question the spin of what he is reporting, especially given he has not been consistent.

 
At 01 July, 2006 21:08, Blogger Richard said...

I'm not doubting his military service just how "high speed" he was. It seems like he is trying to use his position as a veteran to act as the Loosers military advisor. The loosers probably eat up everthing he says about the military without thinking about it. I knew lots of "Rowe's" while I was in the Army and I didn't trust them at all. I think he lost all credibility with that "specially modified javelin" hit the pentagon remark.

 
At 24 December, 2006 01:53, Blogger Paulie said...

Now Richard I thought you to be a smart guy.
You think only Hitler used false flag operations and the military doesn't modify anything to meet a need.
LBJ said of USS Liberty "I wan't that damn boat going to the bottom" this has been widely reported long before 911.
It has taken a few years for the debunkers of the debunkers to create evidence where there was none and on the surface they are doing a fine job, until you dig deep and see how thin their creations are.
All is not what it seems.
First impressions are everything.

 
At 09 August, 2008 21:43, Blogger Militant Libertarian said...

It could also be that this soldier was told to tell the earlier story by his superiors while he was still active duty and later went to the truth when he was no longer under this obligation. Anyone who's been in knows that this happens regularly when they want to promote a specific viewpoint or storyline to the public.

 

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