9/11 Retribution

Tanks, Bombs and 9/11 Retribution - women and children pay

Canada's (NATO) 9/11 Retribution continues today in Afghanistan, according to a UN report, last year, claiming more than 3,000 Afghan civilians were killed in the violence; 14% of which is attributed to international and Afghan troops. Most recent 18 civilians mostly women and children were reported killed in NATO air strike June 2012. ARIANE JANSON MNM JUNE 6, 2012

Scaring children with military tanks during an Edmonton parade, prompts publisher of youtube to remind Canadians of the promised 9/11 retribution that's still killing Afghan women and children today.

'Bye-bye, Miss American Pie'

'Bye-bye, Miss American Pie' – then US helicopter appears to fire on Afghans. Video released on internet appears to show US helicopter crew singing before blasting Afghans with a missile. A video posted online appears to show a US helicopter crew on patrol in Wardak province in Afghanistan firing at a group of people on the ground while singing 'Bye-bye, Miss American Pie'. The video, released by LiveLeak.com, looks to have been shot from a camera on board the helicopter Continued...Emma Graham-Harrison in Kabul guardian.co.uk, Friday 6 July 2012 16.22 BST

Hidden from Canadians - Canada's War of 9-11 Retribution Includes Probable Torture of Afghan Detainees

Possible release of long-secret Afghan detainee documents hits snag

By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press

The following are Excerpts from that story/ Link - Complete Story

OTTAWA — An all-party push to release documents about the alleged torture of prisoners in Afghan jails ran into a procedural wall late Friday.

The Conservatives joined other federal parties in calling for disclosure of the first batch of records from a special committee, saying they would do "whatever it takes" to make it happen.

But Alberta Tory candidate Laurie Hawn later backpedalled somewhat, saying "there is no specific process" to make the documents public during an election campaign.

The alleged abuse of detainees in Afghanistan — and what the federal government may have known about it — has dogged the Conservatives for years.

Afghanistan Justice - 9/11 Retribution - Civilians pay!

"It’s a long discussion on whether we should be in Afghanistan - whether anyone should be in Afghanistan. But since we are and since we’ve come this far, I don’t think it’s appropriate to leave.." Bruce Cockburn

9/11 Retribution- Everybody loves to see justice done on somebody else...