FAKE SOLDIERS: EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS OF AMERICAN ATROCITIES

Our sources in Iraq have, with great personal risk, smuggled these photos out of the quagmire to reveal torture and various atrocities perpetrated by American soldiers.

Here Interrogators force Iraqi insurgents to SEE-SAW untll they reveal the wearabouts of weapons caches’.

Here an American soldier is seen using “Bearding” against a defenseless Iraqi child. This technique causes chaffing and redness. Notice the Iraqi informant holding the childi is grimacing in pain at the mere thought of having fresh stubble rubbed against him.
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In this photo a soldier uses a small Iraqi as a human shield.
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The controversial interrogation technique of “Shaking” has been abandoned due to lack of VA health care coverage for veterans with bad backs.
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Similar to the dreaded “Chinese Water Torture” the “American Forehead Kiss” caused this Iraqi insurgent to reveal the location of her “binky” and may have thwarted an IDB, also known as an Improvised Diaper Bomb .
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This photograph reveals clear evidence of forced labor.
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What is probably the most effective interrogation technique, “the Tickle Torture” causes facial deformities and emotional scars that can last for life.
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One of the most horrific photographs in this collection shows a young Iraqi being hung by his fingertips.
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Okay, so we’re having a little fun. But the reality is on any left-wing blog these images would be dismissed as mere propaganda. Only a true hater could imagine somebody ordered these American troops to pose for cameras and interact with these kids. What you see is genuinely American. I’ll leave you with this final image that we’ve posted here before. No jokes, no comments. The picture says it all. God bless our brave troups. God bless America.
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22 Responses to FAKE SOLDIERS: EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS OF AMERICAN ATROCITIES

  1. Diane says:

    I am a lady, who since 2006 have become friends with many soldiers, Iraq, when the war was on, Afghanistan, & now Nigeria. I have soldiers ask me for money, phones, laptops. All Bad, & i did money to 1 in 2010, turned out he was a Big Scammer, different names etc. What id like to find out is the soldiers i have some contact with, are Military, Scammera & fakes. Please help me, cos 2006 i suffered a serious road accident & did the chatting as i enjoyed cheering them up & telling jokes.

  2. Mike Dominguez says:

    I don’t think people realize without our soldiers and there unwavering bravery and sacrifice we as a nation would be here nor have the freedom and liberty that we take for granted everyday…..God Bless Our Soldiers and God Bless AMERICA

  3. Young Conservative says:

    The amount of good our soldiers have done greatly out wieghs the bad that has been done.Bad things happen in war.Always has.I think even the soldiers who have fought for our freedom(God bless you all)wish there was another way than war.Sometimes there is, but when it comes to ruthless terrorists who want nothing but our conversion, and failing that our death, nothing else can be done.Even knowing that death is a great possiblity, these men and women still go out to protect your freedom to say that they’re a bunch of baby killers.I agree with Stacy saying that we should support our soldiers no matter if you agree with the war their fighting or not.Just remember this the next time you put a soldier down for what they do:

    IT IS THE SOLDIER

    It is the Soldier, not the minister
    Who has given us freedom of religion.

    It is the Soldier, not the reporter
    Who has given us freedom of the press.

    It is the Soldier, not the poet
    Who has given us freedom of speech.

    It is the Soldier, not the campus organizer
    Who has given us freedom to protest.

    It is the Soldier, not the lawyer
    Who has given us the right to a fair trial.

    It is the Soldier, not the politician
    Who has given us the right to vote.

    It is the Soldier who salutes the flag,
    Who serves beneath the flag,
    And whose coffin is draped by the flag,
    Who allows the protester to burn the flag.

    ┬ęCopyright 1970, 2005 by Charles M. Province

  4. The Other Side says:

    thanks for yelling into your computer stacy, your ignorance and use of exclamation points makes your argument more effective.

  5. Stacy says:

    I think we should support our troops regardless if anyone of you think the war is right or wrong! I have lost a cousin and a friend in this war! They went in knowing they may not come back to their families!! They went in to defend OUR YOUR FREEDOMS!!! Obama is already trying to take away our freedoms as we know them!!! He is a muslim and that’s what he wants this country to be! So Troop God Bless you and thank you for your sacrifies to keep us free here in the States!!

  6. Robert says:

    Thanks to all the military personnel who read this. I became a US citizen recently because of you! You have dared to fight for the freedom I have come to take as a normal part of my life in the US. I would challenge any bleeding heart liberal to place themselves in harms way for liberty but I don’t think the challenge would be accepted. Thanks to all the guys and gals in our Armed Forces who have sacrificed their lifes, time, money, and effort to fight for my freedom.

  7. David Christie says:

    The cute little photos are really touching.

    Interesting that you decided not to show any of the charred corpses of the kids who died under the rubble left by the invading war criminals and their killing machines.

    Thanks for reminding me why you suck.

    I hate phony “conservative” hypocrites.

    How do I get my money back for paying for your f* dirty little war so that a few kids here can have health care.

    Have a nice day.

    Then go f* yourselves.

  8. jared T. phelps says:

    thanks for serving soldier im going into the marines my self one day my dad does not want me to because he does not want me to die thanks for the chat.

  9. Buck says:

    Tom,
    Your point about not accepting these photos as the whole truth is precisely the point for posting them with such asinine captions. The men and women of the military are just people. They make mistakes and sometimes they are passionate and heroic. That is the real truth.

    Remembering the few mistakes that the US Army has made throughout history is the equivilant of swalling a camel while straining at a gnat.

    By the by it was our disgustingly immoral country that saved your pompass ass in WWII. I bet your grandmother probably remembers that atrocity.

  10. Tom says:

    “HOW CAN YOU BEE SOO MEAN 2 OUR SOLDIERS!!??!?? TTHEY R FIGHTING A WAR FOR US AND DEFENDING DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM AND BUSH AND YOU HATE ON THEM 4 HELPING INOSENT CHILDREN!!!!!!! LOOK @ HOW DA CHIDRN R SMILNG THY R OBVIUSLY HAPY!!!!! U R ALL HOMOSEXUL COMUUNIST JEWISH MUSLIMS AND WIL BURN 4 THE LIES U R SPREDING!!!!!”

    Just to show how stupid people who believe that this is the extent of the actions of the US Army are. I wholly accept that these photo’s are genuine but one must question their reality instaed of simply accepting them outright. However taking these photographs as the whole truth is just a idiotic as believing all US soldiers are ruthless killers. We must also not forget past atrocities committed by the US army, how can one forget the images of Vietnamese children, covered in napalm, burning alive, the testing of the atomic bomb on innocents in japan and countless other illegal and completely immoral acts which dominate the history of not only the united states army but the entire history of your disgustingly immoral country.

  11. ccbhomes says:

    TOS….I think that right now our congress has a couple items a tad bit higher on the priority list than steroid use in professional athletes. (Please be advised that I do not think it unimportant, I merely maintain that while I am contributing to their paycheck, I would appreciate if they would spend some time tackling some issues indeed more urgent) Or could this set of hearings be a great public relations campaign to prove to the masses they serve just how much the government “cares about the children”. These hearings will certainly receive plenty of prime time air time.

    The culture of professional sports must come from within. No amount of legislation will change a mindset.

    Besides, last time I checked, MLB was a private enterprise solely supported by willing fans and sponsors. While I don’t think it wise to take performance enhancing drugs, I am certainly not sure that congress possesses the moral authority to comment. I watch many congressional hearings and to say the least, I am not impressed. With several notable exceptions (Rep. Shays for one) I find most congresspeople to be a bunch of self-absorbed, whiny and unethical lot who are not worthy to be presumptuous enough to dictate how I (or MLB) should conduct themselves.

    Again, I do not support steroid use in children…..Adults are another matter.

  12. The Other Side says:

    ccbhomes, i’m not sure if it matters to you, but i think its important to make a public example of steroid users. the congress isn’t “trying to help” the athletes, their holding them accountable for their actions. athletes are heroes to children and if they do bad things, so will kids. steroids are creeping into high schools and that must stop.

    these hearings in congress are important to change the culture of professional sports.

  13. ccbhomes says:

    Dead—Did you ACTUALLY look at those photos?

  14. ccbhomes says:

    Dead—There are correlations between Vietnam and Iraq…..But not many.

    What I find ironic is the fact that our Congress can spend weeks and weeks discussing and trying to help steroid laden athletes, the tragedy of world-wide slave trade, hurricane Katrina victims, victims of the sub-prime mortgage situation…etc…….Yet, notwithstanding all of the collective goodness of their intentions in those matters (which, generally, add up to nothing but hollow words and false promises)…..When we actually dispose a tyrant, promote the liberties and freedoms that we know to be true, we always come across those of us who get indignant because, this time, there was a price to pay.

    There is a reason why people who watch “anti-war” movies say “god, what have we done”. It is because they actually believe what the movie-maker wanted them to believe and did not have the fortitude to use one’s one mind to decide for themselves. Alas…..to be a lemming must be blissful, that is of course till the sudden stop.

    Daniel….I stand by the point of my initial comment and repeat it again.

    Thank You for your service Daniel. It may not always be apparent, but trust in the fact that there are many people who appreciate the effort and sacrifice.

  15. dead says:

    Vietnam was wrong, Iraq was wrong… Turns out that Americans don’t learn from their mistake, unfortunately. I’ll cuti t short, all I can say is; those who still supports Bush and his so called-made up cause are miserable. People watch anti-war movies, movies about Vietnam and say ‘god, what have we done’, 20 years from now, people will watch Iraq movies and will ay ‘god what have we done, again’. It’s that simple. I hope I made myself pretty clear.

  16. ccbhomes says:

    Thank You for your service Daniel. It may not always be apparent, but trust in the fact that there are many people who appreciate the effort and sacrifice.

  17. My time over in Iraq was some of the best times of my life. I will never forget the children we helped. I will never forget the bad guys faces. I will never forget the men we lost. God Bless you and America.

    MNFI IRAQ

  18. Buck says:

    Yes Jamie, you are correct. But the opposite is true as well. A few isolated cases of innocent people being killed by American soldiers does not mean that our soldiers are hearless murderers, as you obviously beleive.

    For the record, I don’t know of a single person in the military or a civilian for that matter, that is “comfortable” as you put it, with innocent people being killed. That’s your leftist diatribe, not truth. In fact, just the opposite is true. Most soldiers and civilians know that war is harsh and cruel and they wish it did not have to be. But sometimes it does.

    I do know that for every airstrike that is carried out, for every mission that leaves a base in Iraq, hundreds ARE NOT carried out precisely because of the potential for the loss of innocent life.

    Of course the same does not hold true for the enemy we are fighting, now does it? In fact if the terrorists can kill a woman and children, they celebrate.

    You are to blinded by hate to see the real truth.

  19. Jamie says:

    Seven pictures of American troops interacting peacefully and normally with children do not constitute proof that innocent people are not killed every day by American troops. Incidents like Haditha may (or may not) be unusual, but in general it seems obvious that American troops and public alike are quite comfortable with the military tactic of carrying out airstrikes with very little regard for how many innocents may be killed in the process. If you are serving as an airman, and you drop a bomb, you are PERSONALLY responsible for the deaths of women, children and old people you may cause. Just because such slaughter is carried out at a distance does NOT sanitize it or remove culpability from the perpetrators.

    You people are either stupid, heartless or both.

  20. HOW CAN YOU BEE SOO MEAN 2 OUR SOLDIERS!!??!?? TTHEY R FIGHTING A WAR FOR US AND DEFENDING DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM AND BUSH AND YOU HATE ON THEM 4 HELPING INOSENT CHILDREN!!!!!!! LOOK @ HOW DA CHIDRN R SMILNG THY R OBVIUSLY HAPY!!!!! U R ALL HOMOSEXUL COMUUNIST JEWISH MUSLIMS AND WIL BURN 4 THE LIES U R SPREDING!!!!!

    Yours sincerely,
    Steve Z-M

  21. nutslikebush says:

    I think that EVERYONE thinks that our soldiers are great. I know that I do. It’s their civilian bosses that give me the creeps.

  22. The Other Side says:

    i can’t argue with the fact that our troops kick ass. and it is nice to see some good news from iraq.

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