ANOTHER WEDDING PARTY?

BBC reports that “western forces” have killed at least ten civilians, including eight schoolchildren, during an air strike in eastern part of Afghanistan. This can’t be confirmed owing to the presence of Taliban in the area which, I suppose, might just explain the reason for the air strike in the first place. The BBC seems to glide past that minor point in its’ desire to paint “western forces” as bloodthirsty child-killers. Know your enemy.

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16 Responses to ANOTHER WEDDING PARTY?

  1. Jack Bauer says:

    Maybe it was a Christmas party?

    Ooops. Forgot. Muslims in Islamo-countries don’t allow that sort of thang.

    Mohammedans in their shitty homelands are not very tolerant y’know, despite the dhimmi BBCs lies.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Clearly the Taliban are great wedding goers. I hope they take useful presents for the happy couple.
    But what is the point of a party if the aren’t allowed any booze?

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  3. John Horne Tooke says:

    Every bit of this report is speculation. No facts at all.

    “Also on Monday, militants were reported to have stormed a police checkpoint in north-western Badghis province.
    Two police officers were killed and three are missing, said local officials.”

    But this bit put at the end of the “report” has been confirmed – so why is that not the news and not the highly speculative and unconfirmed main report?

    “The BBC’s commitment to accuracy is a core editorial value and fundamental to our reputation. Our output must be well sourced, based on sound evidence, thoroughly tested and presented in clear, precise language. We should be honest and open about what we don’t know and avoid unfounded speculation.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/guidelines/editorialguidelines/edguide/accuracy/

    Maybe they should add “unless it smears ‘western forces'”

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  4. cassandra king says:

    Of course the term “school children” hides the reality of the taliban use of children as fighters, they could be aged upto eighteen and they could be trainee taliban fighters, the taliban takes teenagers from the terrorist incubators called madrassas and then trains them in suicide bombing and IED placement, they do this in small groups in out of the way places, each training group consists of a small training staff and perhaps a dozen or so trainees and its likely that a drone caught a couple of toyota pick ups loaded with trainees going on a training mission, the truth may never be known but that will not stop the BBC reporting the partisan propaganda of the enemy, they will believe what the enemy tells them befre they believe their own side, what kind of state broadcaster would peddle enemy propaganda to their own civilian population while demonizing their own sides troops as baby killers?

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  5. Martin says:

    Interesting that when it comes to events like this the leftie beeboids seem happy to take the word of a corrupt twat like Karzi.

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  6. Asuka Langley Soryu says:

    Them A-rabs sho’ does like themselves a wedding.

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  7. John Anderson says:

    The other day I heard some BBC idiot say “We can’t say “our troops” – because the BBC does not have an army”

    Smart-arse git,  I’d love to walk him into some sergeants’ mess in Afghanistan,  give him some education.

    I think that the UK forces AND Israel should forbid all BBC reporters.  Why have any truck with the enemy ?

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    • Martin says:

      I know the BBC have been pulled up about this many times, they could of course simply refer to OUR soldiers as “our licence fee payers” instead being as all the soldiers out in Afghanistan still have to pay their TV licence back in the UK.

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  8. Kevin Humes says:

    After 9/11 the USA had the ideal window (of opportunity) to turn Afghanistan into a sheet of glass – and nobody would have batted an eyelid.

    They did not.

    Why?

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  9. Marky says:

    The BBC are the enemy, they should be treated as such.

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  10. Anonymous says:

    This sort of ‘reporting’ is just begging a treason trial.  That’s the least we can do for our squaddies defending our freedom while these treacherous scum try to squander their sacrifice.

    I always get the feeling that the more the Taliban try to discredit a strike against them the more successful it has been.  If Britain was a sane country, every time the BBC runs reports like these they would have a visit from MI5 to investigate the BBC’s sources, with due action being taken if the story – ‘if’ – proves not to have a valid basis.

    hippiepooter

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    • Martin says:

      Trust me most in the military hate the BBC, when I served plenty would have happily put a bullet in a beeboid given the chance. Just check out some of the military forums to fond out what soldiers think of the scum at TV centre.

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  11. PDC says:

    Can anyone tell me the last time the BBC told us about any member of the Taliban being killed?

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  12. Grant says:

    If the Beeboids don’t feel they are “our troops”, they should drop the word British from their title.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Very good telegraph piece.  I posted this comment:

      Hmm, nowt more to be said but ‘right on’!

      Unfortunately our authorities adhering to the most basic norms of sanity in dealing with the worst evil since Hitler is a very remote possibility.  That’s because there is too much moaning and too little doing by the ‘Great British Public’.

      Our system has been effectively ‘shanghaied’ by the subversives of the Marxist Left who identify with Islamism as a totalitarian evil that can further their own ends.  We need to recognise the dual evil in our midst and simply destroy it.  Fat chance the way we’re heading.  Too few willing to stick their necks out for love of country and love of freedom.

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