• America Sends 30,000 More Troops to Afghanistan, Worthless NATO Only Pledges 5,000

    December 4, 2009 12:28 pm 29 comments
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  • Once again the Europeans have shown their lack of resolve in the War Against Terror, this time as they have pledged only 5,000 additional troops to help hunt down Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan.

    Cadet reads how to kill osama bin laden in preparation for new 30,000 troop surge to afghanistanA U.S. Army cadet reads a book entitled “Kill Bin Laden” as he waits with other cadets for U.S. President Barack Obama to deliver an address on U.S. policy and the war in Afghanistan at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York December 1, 2009. Obama is expected to announce a plan to send 30,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan over six months in a bid to beat back the Taliban and bring a quicker end to a costly and unpopular eight-year war.

    This sickening announcement came upon the heels of America announcing it would send an additional 30,000 highly trained troops who have been highly trained on how to kill Osama Bin Laden, as seen in the image of a fresh American cadet to the right.

    US intelligence reports indicate that since former United States President George W. Bush left office, terrorists have been approximately 87% more emboldened (.3-.5% deviation).

    These numbers increase in Afghanistan, where the Taliban continues to build activity and numbers in the mountainous Tora Bora region.

    The more terrorists are allowed to build numbers, the more unsafe we will be here as there will be more of them to plot ways to infiltrate our Christian nation of peace. That is why this surge is crucial to the safety of all civilized nations. It is a travesty that the Europeans are not sending an equal amount of qualified soldiers to help kill terrorists.

    At the NATO summit in Brussels, Anders Rasmussen for some reason took all this lightly and seemed proud of Europe’s insignificant contribution of relatively worthless soldiers: “At least 25 counties will send more forces to the mission in 2010.”

    To add insult to injury, of those 25 countries, France and Germany still refuse to send more soldiers to Afghanistan as America has now twice ordered them to do.

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