Juba and friends latest movie. Baghdad Sniper 3

Update, April 29, 2012: “The Iraqi Resistance is still fine”
An interview with Dr. Mohammad Bashir Al-Faidhi, the Association of Muslim Scholars in Iraq – April 2012 [ 87659 ] –
Questions by Snorre Lindquist

Image c/o: www.irancartoon.com/120/latuff/index.htm

Very slick and very media savvy, the legitimate Iraqi Resistance releases its latest ‘Juba the sniper’ style video.

Baghdad sniper 3


More USans and Brits need to see this to make them angry at how their governemnt sent the troops over there on a lie and are being picked off so easily. You control the telly, you control people (or more correctly,  enough to matter)

The USUK play a MASSIVE role in censoring footage like this for that very reason. They are also lie about the numbers of casualties as the IR spokesman says. I like to refer to this report as an example of how the US lies about its losses…

Title:  Where have all the young men gone?

About US troops being buried in mass graves to avoid being recorded as a death. What a great way to treat the people you lies to and fight (for that lie) on your behalf, and of course, Reuters cameraman,  Mazen Dana, who discovered a mass grave dug by U.S. troops to conceal the bodies of their fellow comrades killed in Iraqi resistance attacks, and other graves shortly before the US shot and killed him.

The hight casualty rate in Iraq continues. Don’t believe the lies. And of course the casulaty rates of Iraqi’s who hever did a days harm to any USan eclipses all and any casualties of the invading hoards.

Hang Bush, Hang bLiar, Hang Azanr, Hang Little Jonnie Coward for theit filthy crimes.

18 Responses to “Juba and friends latest movie. Baghdad Sniper 3”

  1. 1 paul December 21, 2007 at 2:09 pm

    I read somewhere (can’t remember where), the numbers of dead are kept down by only counting those actually killed when out in the firld. All those brought back to camp, air ambulanced out and die shortly after stay out of the picture.

  2. 2 lwtc247 December 21, 2007 at 2:31 pm

    I’ve come across similiar reports. Friendly fire which as I’m sure most of us know will know is a an occuapation hazard accelerated when working with USans probably arn;t counted either.
    Same for Blackwater/Aegis mercs and as for wounded…. Well….

    I must admit all this creative ‘book keeping’ seems entirely absent on the British side (that I’m aware of anyway) perhaps it’s becasue the Brit amry being too small cannot buffer such a lie?

    Or perhaps the US are telling us the truth about their casualties….
    (you don’t know who hard it was not to snigger at writing that)

  3. 3 STEV MARTIN February 26, 2008 at 11:24 am

    This criminal guilt Bush he who stands in killing the sons ” Juba must (jeeshjna) in Iraq by the sniper withdraw from Iraq and we lose soldiers all days without. The (bourtreekou) interest.

    {Edit: I have removed the sex site related link you ascribed to your name. P.S. other than the first part, I don’t understand what you are trying to say}

  4. 4 o317 March 24, 2008 at 4:03 am

    i have been here for 4 deployments in fallujah and well pretty much everywhere in the alanbar. i have seen killing on both sides and let me tell you not enough people are killed to have a mass grave. this is not like ww11 vietnam where thousands of troops are dying weekly or daily. So roll back that crap covering your eyes and realize not everything is a conspiracy. and you are talking exactly about what the insurgents want you too you stupid people.

  5. 5 lwtc247 March 24, 2008 at 9:36 am

    Thank you for your contribution to this blog.

    Even before the US and UK spearheaded the illegal invasion into Iraq, based on a pack of lies, compounded later by expendable soldiers defied international law by carrying out illegal orders and numerous war crimes, I followed the war against the people of Iraqi closely almost every day for 3 1/2 years. Sometimes spending up to 5 hours reading various reports from the US and UK ministries of propaganda as well as the legitimate Iraqi resistance and from independent journalists such as Dhar Jamal and so on.

    My reading of Iraq has tailed off over the last 1.5 years but I am still reasonably aware of what is going on over there, and also in the wider Middle East (ME)

    There are numerous and documented grandeous lies that have been told about the war against the Iraqi people. Fallujah is one, and I believe the mass graves of US soldiers is also true, drawing upon a number of sources. I’ll maintain that position until I have a better reason to believe otherwise.

    Although being on the ground over there you have some qualification that I don’t, I cannot believe your opinion is definitive on the matter. I also have little doubt your superior officers would not divulge losses to its men outside their unit obviously for reasons of moral.

    Not only that, but it depends on what you call a “mass grave”. As far as I am aware, a grave of even 5 people would constitute a mass grave, even 2 people buried in a grave would constitute one I guess. I am unaware what you define one as. Perhaps if you read the links about Mazen Dana, you could dispute the specifics.

    Here, I make no comparison with the great and glorious struggle by the majority of the Vietnamese people whose babies even today are born severely deformed thanks to the ongoing legacy of Agent Orange. Their defeat of the US is astounding. Although now you mention it, I will say there are parallels. The inspiring struggle by the Vietnamese , is matched by the heroic Iraqi resistance (not insurgents as you wrongly call them – which implying illegality. Every citizen has the right to resist an invading foreign force)

    I agree not everything is a conspiracy, but a great many things are. The whole Iraq war was a conspiracy, every part can therefore be attributed likewise.

    Why are you fighting over there. You know Iraq posed no threat to the US, you know it was all lies. Does it not bother you sustaining the general effort to maintain the illegal war with hundreds of people being killed each and every week?

    We may strongly disagree on Iraq, but I would like to hear how you think about the war if you could spare the time.

  6. 6 chabah ........ April 13, 2008 at 11:45 am

    salut sniper moi chabah et jes dit toi et les j’olli com …. moi j’ettime sniper .ana orido an akona moujahda ma3aka waorido an adhaba ila irak.bay

  7. 7 chabah ........ April 13, 2008 at 11:46 am

    salut cava bien sniper moi moussa

  8. 8 chabah ........ April 13, 2008 at 11:51 am

    salut sinper moi …..et ji dit ana orido an akona ma3aka fi irak ana ohiboka waokadimo nlaka tahiyati wali ja mi3i al moujahidina aladina hom fil irak.bay ida ihdajta ila chayiaa ana ma3ak

  9. 9 lwtc247 April 14, 2008 at 2:21 am

    @ o317

    Another mass grave was found last week. The bodies are estimated to be about a year old. There are mass graves. They’ve been reported a number of times.

  10. 10 lwtc247 April 14, 2008 at 2:33 am

    Bonjour Chabah. Mon Francais est tout a fait pauvre si desole je n’ai pas compris tout – particulierement l’argot. Il semble comme vous soutiennent les actions de Juba. Il a la droit de resister a l’armee d’occupation. C’est dommage une telle situation existe au commencement qui donne a naissance le Juba.
    bien venu

  11. 11 lwtc247 May 23, 2008 at 9:23 am

    Iraqi TV station says U.S. troops killed cameraman
    Thu May 22, 2008 11:06am EDT

  12. 12 lwtc247 June 2, 2008 at 9:52 am

    May 15, 2008
    “Whistle-Blower Points to Target List in U.S. Attack on Hotel”
    By Amy Goodman


    “…shelling of the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad by a U.S. Army tank on April 8, 2003. The tank attack killed two unembedded journalists”…

    “A Spanish court has charged three U.S. servicemen with murder”

  13. 13 Allah August 1, 2008 at 4:19 pm

    The Sniper was later proven to be a fake, and the US has won in Iraq. The Iraqi people support the US and the new Iraqi government so Give it up

  14. 14 lwtc247 August 2, 2008 at 6:51 am

    Person posting under the name of Allah (August 1, 2008 at 4:19 pm) I’d appreciate some ealboration…

    Where is it proved?
    What do you define as having ‘won’
    How come you arn’t aware the Iraqi people actually don’t want coalition forces in their country?

  15. 15 lwtc247 August 2, 2008 at 9:56 am

    By “won”, perhaps you mean people made these…


    5 Hard Years (of resistance)

    Will not be producing their like again???

  16. 16 Super Juba September 18, 2008 at 6:05 am

    F the shitty Iraqi resistance.
    You were fine with Saddam killing every day but cannot accept peace when the door is open. Put down the camel tail, zip up your pants and move on.

  17. 17 lwtc247 September 18, 2008 at 1:42 pm


    I expect quite a few coalition forces say something similar to your first sentence, when for example, microseconds remain before their helicopter experiences a ‘hard landing’

    The achievements of the Iraqi Resistance have already reached legendary proportions. Tales of their bravery and feats of glory will be told for generation upon generation, much to the great delight and inspration of their audience.

    It is a Resistance of the utmost legitimacy and their stunning ability to oppose ‘the most advanced armed forces ever’ (LOL) (or so the USUK keep telling us), along with the Afghani resistance and Viet Cong, ranks alongside one of the greatest military accomplishments in the history of man.

    But I only support the IR for the sheer wickedness that was foist upon them and principally the Iraqi people when lie after lie after lie was spewed out across the fawning corporate MSM. 9-11, WMD, anthrax, Niger yellowcake, threat to his neighbours, numerous weapons and chemical agents buried in the sand, mobile labs, spy activities in Prague, Buddy of Osama. Perhaps you still believe what you were told about that – it seems so from your eloquent words.

    I don’t wish war on anyone. But when the Coalition of the Killing jingoistally let out the battle cry, leading to todays estimate of 1,267,401 Iraqi people snuffed out, my support of the Resistance needs no other justification.

    Thanks for your comment and thanks also for asking me what I thought of Saddam.

    As for the camel, don’t worry, your momma left 20 mins ago.

  18. 18 lwtc247 September 18, 2008 at 6:49 pm

    Nine US soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq [updated]
    Iraqwar’s Top News item!

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