So by now everyone knows that the man from South Korea, Kim Sun-il, was beheaded, as well as Paul Johnson on Friday, Nick Berg last month and there will obviously be more to come since there were 10 other captured with Kim Sun-il. This is scary shit that is way out of control. What's more, our administration and news media would like to portray these extremists as barbaric and completely devoid of any humanity and the opposite of all that is great about the good old U.S. of A. Which, sounds great until you find out, WE'RE doing or supporting the same shit! It's not too obvious because our news reports it like this:
Four Suspected Taleban Militants Killed in AfghanistanHowever, if you dig a bit deeper and read how these people were killed, you get a very different story...
Afghan military officials say U.S.-led coalition forces and government soldiers have clashed with suspected Taleban rebels in southern Zabul province, killing four of them.
The officials say the fighting occurred late Monday in the Arghandab district of Zabul province after the militants kidnapped and executed an Afghan interpreter and a soldier earlier in the day.
Afghans Behead Taliban in Revenge for BeheadingsCombining the two:
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Afghan soldiers beheaded four Taliban fighters after guerrillas cut off the heads of an Afghan interpreter for U.S.-led forces and an Afghan soldier, a government commander said on Tuesday.
The interpreter and the soldier were beheaded after becoming separated from a patrol of Afghan and U.S.-led foreign troops in the Arghandab district of the southern province of Zabul on Monday night, Namatullah Tokhi, commander of the government's 27th division in the province, told Reuters.
He said government troops later captured and killed four Taliban guerrillas in the same way.
"They cut off their heads with a knife, so when our forces arrested four Taliban, we cut off their heads too."
U.S.-led coalition forces and government soldiers have beheaded four Taliban fighters after guerrillas cut off the heads of an Afghan interpreter for U.S.-led forcesLovely.