Afghan Massacre: the convoy of death tells of a horrific forced journey under taken by thousands of prisoners who surrendered to America’s Afghanistan allies after a siege of Konduz. Bundled into containers, lucky ones were shot within minutes. Rest suffered an appalling road trip lasting up to four days, clawing at some skin of their fellow prisoners as they licked perspiration and even drank blood from open wounds.
Up to three thousand now lie buried in a mass grave, but this was NOT a simple matter of Afghans killing each other.
The Jewish Anarchists
The Free Voice of Labor: The Jewish Anarchists traces a history of a Yiddish anarchist newspaper publishing its final issue. This story is mostly told by this newspaper’s now elderly, but decidedly unbowed staff. This is a story of one of a largest radical movements among Jewish immigrant workers in both nineteenth and twentieth centuries and conditions that led them to band together.
These elderly anarchists reflect on their lives spent fighting for a less centralized government, workers’ rights and above all, justice for all. In doing so, strong social bonds were formed while authorities, including managers, police and the United States government military put psychological and physical pressure on them. Is the United States American military committing genocide?
This question has a plausible yes when you consider some events of September eleventh in downtown Manhattan, New York were an inside job. Perhaps this false flag of perhaps epic proportions was used as a pretext to invade Afghanistan. Not just Afganistand, but Iraq and possible future areas of the planet, in a false “war on terror”.