Thursday, October 18, 2012

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Speaks out, HPers Support

The Huffington Post covered the news story of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed defending his actions by deflecting onto the United States. He said,
"When the government feels sad for the death or the killing of 3,000 people who were killed on September 11, we also should feel sorry that the American government that was represented by (the chief prosecutor) and others have killed thousands of people, millions,"
While most intelligent people would recognize the difference between an intentional act of terror and the accident killing of civilians in pursuit of military targets, the HPers came out in force to agree with Mohammed.

But it's us Israel supporters who are disloyal Americans and need to be driven out.

1 comment:

  1. So they say all this kind of stuff on their own country and than they call us disloyal Americans?! Unbelievable. Simply unbelievable. So many people hate our kind for no obvious reason, and when we retaliate, when we say something back, the whole world considers it an act of evil, of something they would have never done themselves. No other country in the world has to put up with what Israel puts up with! No other country has to argue about what their Capital City is! If a country decides it's capital city is a certain place no country should intervene. If this ever happened in the US, Canada, France, UK, or anywhere else as a matter of fact, they would have fought until people understood that they are an individual country and get to make their own decisions! All this would be intolerable anywhere else. Nowhere else in the world has there been so much hatred towards once country for no obvious reason, denied their rights as a individual country, always mocked, surrounded by all sides with their enemies and never takes action! Israel shall go to waste without taking action against such international criticism and hatred. Jerusalem is our capital. We decided, and so it shall be.


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