The Pentagon’s precision weaponry has once again proved to be as reliable as a sieve on the high seas. As two cruise missiles landed in Turkey, fortunately causing no victims, a third missile flew 100 miles inside Syria, striking a bus. Five people are reported dead and ten injured, according to local sources quoted by western news agencies.
It would appear that the Pentagon needs to give the US forces some more target practice. After shooting down a British warplane, killing its two pilots, now not only have they hit the wrong target, but also the wrong country. If Donald Rumsfeld’s forces are not capable of using this weaponry, he should either cease using the description “precision” or cease using the weaponry. How many innocent civilians are going to be murdered by the forces of this cold-blooded administration?
Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru
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