Godferoi Unveiled

Zionist Christian Godferoi’s Bias Exposed 

by Ibn Anwar

This brief article is neither meant to bash nor ridicule Godferoi who has frequented this blog since its inception last week. It is simply an honest and sincere attempt to open his closed eyes and those like him i.e. those who are biased towards Islam and Muslims while supporting Israel blindly.

On Godferoi’s blog there is a very interesting counter placed in the “widgets” space on the left hand side of his blog. I have reproduced the image here :


Ah, those bloody evil “Islamic” terrorists! They’ve murdered 10 051 people! Gosh, what a bunch of creeps and monsters!

Well, in response to that statistics done against Muslims and supported by Godferoi I have decided to put this on Unveiling Christianity :

Just Foreign Policy Iraqi Death Estimator

In other words Christian terrorists in organised military fashion have murdered more than ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEEN THOUSAND people!

The above is an updated scientific estimate by Just Foreign Policy of the one initially done by The Lancet with the help of researchers from John Hopkins University  . The researchers from John Hopkins concluded that no less than 650 000 Iraqis died as a direct result of the US led invasion. The estimate was released in July, 2006. That estimate has now been updated by Just Foreign Policy from 650 000 deaths to 1 118 625 deaths in less than 1 year!

What is a meager 10 000 COMPARED TO 1 118 625 deaths??? The former is utterly dwarved in comparison to the latter.  Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying those 10 000 lives who died(may they rest in peace) are worthless. No, the point is TWO WRONGS DO NOT MAKE A RIGHT! And if Godferoi and his likes want to play pointing fingers, I can do a better job.


 Six Years of 9/11 as a License to Kill

Norman Solomon of AlterNet.org writes

It evokes a tragedy that marks an epoch. From the outset, the warfare state has exploited “9/11,” a label at once too facile and too laden with historic weight — giving further power to the tacit political axiom that perception is reality.

Often it seems that media coverage is all about perception, especially when the underlying agendas are wired into huge profits and geopolitical leverage. If you associate a Big Mac or a Whopper with a happy meal or some other kind of great time, you’re more likely to buy it. If you connect 9/11 with a need for taking military action and curtailing civil liberties, you’re more likely to buy what the purveyors of war and authoritarian government have been selling for the past half-dozen years.

“Sept. 11 changed everything” became a sudden cliche in news media. Words are supposed to mean something, and those words were — and are — preposterous. They speak of a USA enthralled with itself while reducing the rest of the world (its oceans and valleys and mountains and peoples) to little more than an extensive mirror to help us reflect on our centrality to the world. In an individual, we call that narcissism. In the nexus of media and politics, all too often, it’s called “patriotism.”

What happened on Sept. 11, 2001, was extraordinary and horrible by any measure. And certainly a crime against humanity. At the same time, it was a grisly addition to a history of human experience that has often included many thousands killed, en masse, by inhuman human choice.

It is simply and complexly a factual matter that the U.S. government has participated in outright mass murders directly — in, for example, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Panama, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq — and less directly, through aid to armies terrorizing civilians in Nicaragua, Angola, East Timor and many other countries.

The news media claim to be providing context. But whose? Overall, the context of Uncle Sam in the more perverse and narcissistic aspects of his policy personality. The hypocrisies of claims about moral precepts and universal principles go beyond the mere insistence that some others “do as we say, not as we do.” What gets said, repeated and forgotten sets up kaleidoscope patterns that can be adjusted to serve the self-centered mega-institutions reliably fixated on maintaining their own dominance.

Media manifestations of these patterns are frequently a mess of contradictions so extreme that they can only be held together with the power of ownership, advertising and underwriting structures — along with notable assists from government agencies that dispense regulatory favors and myriad pressure to serve what might today be called a military-industrial-media complex. Our contact with the world is filtered through the mesh of mass media to such a great extent that the mesh itself becomes the fabric of power.

The most repetitious lessons of 9/11 — received and propagated by the vast preponderance of U.S. news media — have to do with the terribly asymmetrical importance of grief and of moral responsibility. Our nation is so righteous that we are trained to ask for whom the bell tolls. Rendered as implicitly divisible, humanity is fractionated as seen through red-white-and-blue windows on the world.

Posing outside cycles of violence and victims who victimize, the dominant vision of Pax Americana has no more use now than it did six years ago for W.H. Auden’s observation: “Those to whom evil is done / Do evil in return.”

We ought to know. But we Americans are too smart for that.

The U.S. media tell us so.


As an additional information according to http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/SOD.CHAP13.HTM  the United States with its motto and “In God we Trust” have murdered no less than ONE MILLION SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY ONE THOUSAND 1,641000 people in the last century.


3,000,000 Vietnamese People murdered over 30years of US Aggression  

Well over 300,000 Japanese massacred when the US dropped nuclear bombs on the urban civilian areas of Nagasaki and Hiroshima and firebombed Tokiyo
More than 4,000 innocent civilians killed in Panama during the US invasion in 1989
Over 500,000 people were killed in Laos when America subjected civilians to “secret bombing” from 1964 to 1973, dropping over two million tons of bombs on the country. Over one fourth of the population also became refugees

100,000 people were murdered in South Korea prior to the Korean War by a brutal repression supported by US forces in 1945. This includes between 30,000 and 40,000 killed during the suppression of a peasant revolt on Cheju Island

Up to 4,500,000 Koreans were killed from 1951 to 1953 during America’s massive slaughter in the Korean War

200,000 were murdered when the Philippines were conquered by American forces. This took place just over 100 years ago

23,000 people were slaughtered in Taiwan by US-backed, trained, equipped, and funded forces (Chiang’s Nationalist army) during the late 1940s

700,000 Indonesians (mostly landless peasants) were murdered in 1965 when the US armed and supported General Suharto

200,000 were slaughtered in East Timor in 1975 by General Suharto with US support

600,000 civilians were killed in Cambodia by US bombing between 1969 and 1975

750,000 civilians were driven from their homes in East Timor by Indonesian forces in 1999 and 10,000 were killed

Over 1,700,000 Iraqis have been killed by US bombings and sanctions, mostly women and children

Over 1,000,000 lives were lost during the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s in which the US used direct force and supported Hussein and Iraq

45,000 people were killed in South Lebanon since 1982 by Israel, always armed and supported by the US

Thousands have been killed in Palestine and millions (in both Palestine and Lebanon) were made refugees by US-backed Israel

Over 75,000 civilians were killed and over one million refugees were created in El Salvador from 1980 to 1994 when the US intensely supported the efforts of a brutal regime and its death squads to eliminate a popular uprising

40,000 civilians were killed by the US-backed National Guard in Nicaragua over the course of almost 50 years

30,000 lives were killed by the US contras in Nicaragua from 1979 to 1989

200,000 Guatemalans were slaughtered from 1960-1990s by a military apparatus trained, armed, funded, and assisted by America

Over 35,000 Colombian civilians have been killed during the US-supported Columbian war against left-wing rebels

Over 3,000 were killed and countless others injured by US interventions in Cuba

Up to 10,000 more Somalians were killed by US troops during America’s “humanitarian mission” in 1993

1,500,000 were killed between 1980 and 1988 in southern Africa by the US-armed South Africa.

Source : http://muslim-defence.com/USAkill.aspx

Godferoi…wake up and smell the BLOOD! 

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4 Responses to “Godferoi Unveiled”

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