This video from the USA says about itself:
2 September 2010
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General Petraeus’ media blitz is only the tip of the iceberg in the Pentagon’s effort to sell war to the American people. The Defense Department has a budget of more than $500 million for public relations efforts directed at U.S. citizens, a slice of a much larger information operations effort to influence public opinion. But no matter how much they spend on P.R. and information operations, the facts on the ground show that the Afghanistan War isn’t making us safer, and it’s not worth the costs.
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Tom on the military’s media megaphone: here.
Billion Dollar Audit Missed by Pentagon Watchdog: here.
With another 26 soldiers killed since last Saturday, 2010 has already become the most deadly year for US troops since the US launched the Afghanistan war nearly nine years ago: here.
Around 500 citizens have rallied in central Kabul to demand the withdrawal of foreign troops from their country, chanting: “Long live Islam” and “Death to America”: here.
Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of cases of child pornography: here.
Female MP, Malalai Joya, takes on Afghan patriarchy: here.
Afghanistan: US hasn’t liberated us, say women: here.
Security in Afghanistan: German States Grow Skeptical of Sending Police Trainers: here.
Afghan foreign troops death toll hits 500 for 2010: here.
Afghan journalist stabbed to death in Kabul-palace: here.
Afghan central bank problems: here.
Japanese journalist says Afghan kidnappers were not Taliban but corrupt Afghan soldiers: AFP: here.