Thursday, June 23, 2005

Afghganistan - Taleban commanders surrounded

The BBC reports that 138 terrorists have been killed this week alone and that two senior Taleban commanders are now surrounded.

Excellent! The flypaper strategy of attracking all the jihadists to places like Afghanistan and Iraq and killing them there is working.

But as usual, The BBC like to sprinkle doubt in their articles.

On Tuesday, the pilot of a US spy plane was killed when his aircraft crashed while returning to its base in the United Arab Emirates from Afghanistan.

It is not clear whether the plane had been involved in the offensive.

Then why is it in this article?

The BBC's Andrew North in Kabul says doubt has been cast on some of the US military's previous claims about insurgent casualty numbers.

Doubt cast by whom? North's waiter back in Kabul where he sits by the pool? This is the usual ploy of the BBC, toss out some unsubstantiated remark to try and cast doubt on America.

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