Karzai "just-gimme-money" blasts photos of U.S. troops with Afghan body parts

 Talibuddy Hamid Karzai

Our man in Kabul, Hamid Karzai, blasted the foreign demons and their  “inhuman act” and said it was “disgusting” to pose in that way with dead bodies.

Don’t tell anyone:

Billions of dollars are being secreted out of Kabul to help well-connected Afghans buy luxury villas in Dubai.  (Der Spiegel)

Hamid didn’t blast the Taliban for poisoning 150 girls for trying to get an education and doesn’t find it worth mentioning when they toss hand-grenades into kindergartens….. he bites the hand that feeds him and his brothers steal the aid money and transport it to Dubai.

No wonder our troops commit suicide at an alarming rate:

Stress Attack

It’s estimated that a US war veteran commits suicide every 80 minutes… Dateline meets the families asking why so little is being done to help them.    Replay: Forgotten Soldiers 

Obviously,  pop-tarts like  Greens Senator Scott Ludlam are not there for boosting morals:

A gloomy Greens politician visits our soldiers (Bolt)

Greens Senator Scott Ludlam, writing a cheap knock-off of the war-is-hell schlock of a circa-1970s Rolling Stone reporter, has described his seven-day trip to visit our soldiers in Afghanistan.

Then there are the journo’s who “see the war from the Taliban’s standpoint”

These Scandinavian  commie dimbulbs are aiding and abetting the enemy and should be shot on sight.

Norwegian journalist Paul Refsdal risked his life to become the first Westerner to film behind Taliban lines in Afghanistan, and see the war between the allied forces and the insurgency from the Taliban’s viewpoint.

Now Dateline brings you his remarkable story, as Paul witnesses several ambushes of US troops on the Khyber Pass, and films celebrations over the death of a US soldier.

But he also captures a human side of the Taliban, as insurgents relax, pray, eat together, and look after the children of Taliban commander, Dawran.

Paul comes under threat himself too, as a US gunship attacks and he’s kidnapped by one of the Taliban group which took him in.

WATCH - Unfortunately this video is no longer available on the Dateline website for copyright reasons, but you can still read the transcript of Paul’s story.