Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Binocular Snapshot for 09/17/2014

He says. "What eats at me the most is the 80 dead people I had in my command over my three tours, that eats at me a hell of a lot."

"Some say the Iraq surge of 2007 proved counterinsurgency tactics worked. Others point out that today's Iraq is a sectarian mess, undermining that belief. As for the Afghan surge of 2010-11, well, who knows? We cannot even say, or will not even say, who won these campaigns. It sure does not seem to be us..."

Senator Joe Manchin, D-W.V want to know, he said, how a renewed U.S. war effort in the region—after spending 13 years, $1.6 trillion and 6,600 U.S. troops’ lives in Afghanistan and Iraq—would make things better.

As "the impossible to help in time" effects from the Fire Starter accelerate with 100% accuracy proclaimed inside the May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers


Bush’s 2007 “surge,” far from any kind of successful military action, actually was a kind of cover for diplomatic efforts to get traditional Sunni leaders to turn on their erstwhile Al Qaeda collaborators. They did so under assurances that the new government under Nouri al-Maliki, a Shiite, would protect Sunni interests and safety.