U.S. Air Support–only for terrorists. No freedom-fighters need apply


Above: (Top) That’s Hassan Nasrallah, the head of the terrorist group Hezbollah. (Bottom) That’s Bashir Assad, president of terror-sponsoring Syria. In the past 6 months the U.S. commander in chief has ordered over 5000 air-strikes by U.S. pilots in support of theses terrorists’ fight against terrorist ISIS. This confusing (to say the least) battle as regards U.S. national interests takes place 6000 miles from U.S. shores.


Above: These men (Brigada 2506–Bay of Pigs freedom-fighters) tried fighting a terrorist 90 miles from U.S. shores. This terrorist declared that “war against the U.S. is my true destiny!” He then stole $7 billion from U.S. businessmen, sponsored every anti-U.S. terror-group on earth and came closest of any terrorist on earth to nuking the U.S. The men who put their lives on the line to topple him were all captured or killed because they could not get ONE airstrike ordered by the U.S. commander in chief in their support.


1 thought on “U.S. Air Support–only for terrorists. No freedom-fighters need apply”

  1. It’s OK, Humberto. JFK was a highly deceptive SOB drunk on entitlement, but he was well packaged and very well marketed to a credulous public ravenous for such a product, however bogus. In other words, he royally screwed the Cuban people, millions of them, for generations, but he looked and sounded good doing it. Besides, he wasn’t Cuban, so he had that excuse. The man who may well have had him killed had no excuse whatsoever.

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