Skip to comments.US attacks ‘outrageous’ media probe into its wars
Posted on 11/17/2013 10:11:47 PM PST by Olog-hai
The US Government hit out on Friday at a highly-critical report in a German newspaper claiming the country had become the headquarters for Americas secret wars.
The Süddeutsche newspaper published an investigation in its Friday edition into Americas foreign policy and wars being conducted from German soil. It claimed: The U.S. knows no limits. And Germany looks oneven asking where it can help.
But on Friday afternoon, the US Embassys press department in Berlin took the unusual step of sending out a statement attacking the outrageous claims. It described the story as full of half-truths, speculation, and innuendo.
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This administration sure does react when the press is critical of it.
The truth hurts...
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It’s said you shouldn’t believe anything until it’s
been officially denied. So, there you have it.
“Petulance”, perhaps. “Flatulence”, definitely.
Somalia (drone strikes, SEAL raids)
Libya (overthrew government, air strikes, SEAL raids, Benghazi)
Mali (drone strikes, help French invade)
Nigeria (100 military advisors to government)
Egypt (helped overthrow government)
Central African Republic (100 special forces seeking LRA)
Niger (drone base)
Djibouti (drone base, F15 squadron)
Uganda (seeking LRA)
Kenya (Somali war, mall attack)
South Sudan (aided in civil war, seeking LRA)
Sudan (various special forces operations)
DR Congo (tampering in civil war along with UN)
AFRICOM headquarters is in Germany.
They may have a point.
cockroaches run fast when the light is turned on
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