Have the Leaders of America Lost Their Minds?

Have the Leaders of America Lost Their Minds?

An Open Letter From David Duke

Imagine if Britain had reason to believe that one of the fugitive suspects in the subway bombings in the United Kingdom planned to secretly meet some relatives who would be at a crowded, public community Christian festival in Silver Spring Maryland.

Britain then used one of their attack Nuclear Subs in the Atlantic to target the Christian Festival at the time they thought the suspect would be there.

Imagine Britain then launched a missile with a powerful explosive warhead against a yearly Christian festival at the Silver Spring Maryland Community Center. Suppose that at least 18 Americans, including many at least 10 women and children, died in the explosions and perhaps between 50 and 100 innocent Americans endured terrible injuries.

How would Americans react?

I would think that every American would certainly react with outrage and anger against Britain for the deed, and rightfully so.

Yet, America has just committed an almost identical act against our staunch ally in the War on Terror: Pakistan, an ally nation where its leadership is doing everything it can to help America in the anti-terror war and going against much popular opinion to do it.

On Friday the 13th America made an air strike on a religious festival in the village of Damadola in the Bajaur region of Pakistan. Our bombs indiscriminately killed many innocent men, women and children in a nation that we desperately need as an ally in the War on Terror. Our attack left at least 18 killed and scores of innocents maimed and burned. Ten of the dead were women and children. As an ugly punctuation mark, the man we were trying to kill wasn’t even there!

Have American leaders lost their minds?

Immediately Americans such as Israel Firsters such as Sen. John McCain and Sen. Birch Bayh defended the attacks.

“This war on terror has no boundaries,” McCain, a former Navy combat pilot who challenged George W. Bush for the Republican presidential nomination in 2000, told CBS. “We have to go where these people are, and we have to take them out.”

Birch Bayh appearing on Wolf Blitzer’s CNN show said:

“Now, it’s a regrettable situation, but what else are we supposed to do?” Bayh asked rhetorically. “It’s like the Wild, Wild West out there. The Pakistani border [with Afghanistan is] a real problem.”

So Senator McCain, Sen. Bayh, if a murderer comes into a church where your own families happen to be — would you support sending a missile into that church and blowing them all to hell?

Senator McCain, Sen. Bayh you are fools, hypocritical evil fools who don’t even realize the depth of your own hollow souls.

Senators, you ask,”What else are we supposed to do?” Well a decent human being does not bomb and kill innocent men, women and children in an unmitigated act of terror to get one bad guy.

If Americans can’t understand the evil and stupidity of what occurred, and if they can’t honestly reflect on how they themselves would react if the situation were reversed, then God help them!

Not only was this U.S. sponsored terrorist act an illegal, cruel, and an utterly evil act, but it also shows a stupidity close to the point of insanity!

What is the difference in sending a missile to a public place to take out a criminal than say, Saddam Hussein rounding up a few dozen people who he thinks might have something to do with an assassination plot against him and killing them? In fact, that is essentially one of the charges constituting the U.S. orchestrated trial against Saddam Hussein. The big difference is that in this case Saddam didn’t bomb and burn and cripple and blind dozens of women and children.

If this brutal surprise attack on civilians in an allied nation was not a war crime… an act of murder and terrorism, then pray tell, what is it?

How can any American wonder why people hate us, hate America? How can we wonder why they call us a terrorist nation? How can we wonder why millions of people around the world are growing to hate Americans.

Fools like John McCain and the war criminal President he supports will eventually bring down terrible terror and wrath upon the heads of innocent Americans.

You know, I am often accused by government leaders and by media hacks of being one of the most evil men in America for simply standing up to the Jewish extremist Neocons that have completely perverted our American government, yet I have never physically harmed another human being.

The fact that this evil terrorist attack in Pakistan could happen in the name of America, shocks me even though I have long realized how far removed America has become from our forefather’s vision.

The additional fact that there is not general outrage in our press about this murderous, terrorist act should also show almost any caring and thinking American how alien the American establishment has become from the once deep goodness of our once great land.

I love my country, the goodness of the people of America, and it does me no good to stand up and forcefully condemn these actions of criminals in the U.S. Government. But somebody has to raise their voice, and it might as well be a man that you in the media and government label as immoral and evil.

You are always seeking to condemn and immoralize* me as a former member of the Ku Klux Klan. Yet when you compare my supposed crimes of thought to your acts of evil and murder, I am white as the January snow falling outside my window.

God Save America!

David Duke

*Immoralize — a word I suggest to mean the chronic portrayal of a person as immoral or evil

Thousands rally after US strike in Pakistan (from ABC News)

15 January 2006 11:36
Thousands of people are rallying across Pakistan to protest against a US air strike in a tribal region that killed at least 18 people.

The alleged target of the attack was al Qaeda’s number two, Ayman al Zawahri.

However, Pakistani officials say there is no evidence Osama bin Laden’s deputy was there when aircraft struck Damadola village in Bajaur tribal region, near the Afghan border, on Friday morning.

Up to 10,000 men, women and children rallied in the southern city of Karachi to denounce the attack in which several women and children were killed.