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Boston Bombing vs. Assassination Drones in Pakistan

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#1 Apr 16, 2013
Webster Tarpley is correct in that there is a great outrage against the United States because of the drone strikes against civilians in Pakistan. He calls for an end to the war in Afghanistan.

US seeks to export Afghan war to split Pakistan: Webster Tarpley:

http://www.youtube.com/watch... #!

Published on Apr 14, 2013

An analyst says the main purpose of the US war in Afghanistan was to export it across the border to break up Pakistan, Press TV reports. The comments came after former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf admitted that his government had agreed "a few" times to the United States launching drone strikes inside the South Asian country. The unpopular drone strikes, according to the nonpartisan public policy group New American Foundation, have an estimated death toll of at least 1,990 people in Pakistan, including hundreds of civilians.

Press TV has conducted an interview with Webster Tarpley, author and historian from Washington to further discuss the issue. Tarpley is joined by Jihad Mouracadeh, political commentator from Beirut.

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Is it any wonder that the United States is the most hated of all countries?
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#2 Apr 16, 2013
The Daily Jones wrote:
Webster Tarpley is correct in that there is a great outrage against the United States because of the drone strikes against civilians in Pakistan. He calls for an end to the war in Afghanistan.
US seeks to export Afghan war to split Pakistan: Webster Tarpley:
http://www.youtube.com/watch... #!
Published on Apr 14, 2013
An analyst says the main purpose of the US war in Afghanistan was to export it across the border to break up Pakistan, Press TV reports. The comments came after former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf admitted that his government had agreed "a few" times to the United States launching drone strikes inside the South Asian country. The unpopular drone strikes, according to the nonpartisan public policy group New American Foundation, have an estimated death toll of at least 1,990 people in Pakistan, including hundreds of civilians.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Webster Tarpley, author and historian from Washington to further discuss the issue. Tarpley is joined by Jihad Mouracadeh, political commentator from Beirut.
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Is it any wonder that the United States is the most hated of all countries?
They always hated us. If we stopped fighting terrorists, they would still attack us because they consider us to be infidels.
We weren't there on 9/10/01, and yet they still killed 3,000 Americans on 9/11/01.

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