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PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 12:57 am    Post subject: German NATO troops mimic Nazis for fun Reply with quote

One of these pictures of German troops in Afghanistan shows remains arranged into a 'skull and crossbones' symbol. Well looks like firther evidence that NATO may, in some way, be a modern manifestation of the Nazis.
It is this connection which has made the German Authorities so sensitive about this issue - and why the photo itself does not appear to be available on the net - though I saw it flash up on Channel 4 news on Saturday night 28th October 2006.
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New Afghan skull photos released
http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/Story.asp?Article=160230&Sn=WORL&IssueID=29223

BERLIN: A German newspaper yesterday published new photographs of German soldiers desecrating human bones in Afghanistan, including a mock execution of a skeleton assembled from various human remains.

The images were published three days after photographs of soldiers striking poses with skulls were plastered across a leading newspaper.

Germany on Friday suspended two soldiers for involvement in the desecration. Yesterday, Bild published a front-page photograph of a soldier holding a pistol to a skull assembled with other bones to form a human skeleton. The paper said more soldiers may have been involved in the scandal than previously thought. In another picture, a soldier sat on a mound of earth above a skull and crossed bones. A further image showed a pit filled with bones, which Bild said was near Kabul.

The Defence Ministry said the two suspended soldiers were involved in images taken in 2003. Others were said to be from 2004.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 1:08 pm    Post subject: German Defence Ministry attempts to censor NATO=Nazi story Reply with quote

Further Afghan desecration photos published in Germany
http://euronews.net/create_html.php?page=detail_info&article=387859&lng=1

The German paper Bild [Zeitung] has published more photographs purporting to show German soldiers desecrating human bones in Afghanistan. The latest images show a mock execution of a skeleton assembled from various human remains. The paper's publication of photos on Wednesday led to the suspension of two of the soldiers involved.

Nine suspects have been investigated on the matter so far. The paper says more soldiers may have been involved in the scandal than previously thought. There are growing fears that German troops could now be exposed to greater dangers.

On Thursday, Germany told its embassies to tighten security measures due to concerns the photos could harm its image abroad. The German Defence Ministry said on Friday the two soldiers suspended were involved in images taken in 2003.

http://euronews.net/images_old/06/AG_2810s-afghanistan.jpg

above link is to one of the pictures the German Defense Ministry is trying to censor
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 1:24 pm    Post subject: German NATO troops use skull and crossed bones Reply with quote

German paper publishes new Afghan skull photos
Saturday, October 28, 2006; 7:18 AM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/28/AR2006102800336.html

BERLIN (Reuters) - A German newspaper on Saturday published new photographs purporting to show German soldiers desecrating human bones in Afghanistan, including a mock execution of a skeleton assembled from various human remains.

The images were published three days after photographs of soldiers striking poses with skulls were plastered across a leading newspaper. Germany on Friday suspended two soldiers for involvement in the desecration.

On Saturday, Bild published a front-page photograph of a soldier holding a pistol to a skull assembled with other bones to form a human skeleton. The paper said more soldiers may have been involved in the scandal than previously thought.

In another picture, a soldier sat on a mound of earth above a skull and crossed bones. A further image showed a pit filled with bones, which Bild said was near Kabul.

The Defense Ministry said on Friday the two suspended soldiers were involved in images taken in 2003. Others were said to be from 2004.

Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to seek out and punish those responsible and appealed to the Afghan people to react calmly to the scandal.

Fears have arisen that German troops could be exposed to greater dangers after the publication of the photos.

"It is essential that Afghanistan sees that such offences will not be tolerated, but instead pursued relentlessly and punished," Merkel told Focus magazine.

Nine suspects have been investigated so far over the matter.

The photographs emerged as Merkel's government unveiled a long-term national security policy which sees an increasinglyimportant role for the army outside Germany.

On Thursday, Germany told its embassies to tighten security measures due to concerns the photos could harm its image abroad.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

now brits too

British troops in Afghanistan banned from wearing "Taliban-Hunting club" badges
by Mike Hamilton, Sunday Mirror 28/08/2011

Taliban Hunting Badge

British troops on the frontline in Afghanistan have been banned from wearing “Taliban Hunting Club” badges.
The badges sold over the internet have become a cult among soldiers and marines.
But a directive banning “non-regulation insiginia” was sent out after a senior officers saw troops wearing them on a recent visit to Helmand province.
Commanders at British HQ Camp Bastion claimed the badges including one saying “Death to the Taliban” sent out the wrong message to the wider public.
But the order to remove the badges has angered many young servicemen who claim it could damage morale.
“I thought we were out there to fight the Taliban,” said one soldier with 1 Rifles, currently on leave in the UK. “None of us can see what’s wrong with them.”
Hundred of soldiers have been wearing the badges which cost £3.50 and show an enemy soldier in the sights of a weapon. There are also caps, T-shirts and hooded tops with the two motifs.
MoD legal officers have expressed concern that any soldier involved in a case of accidentally killing an Afghan while wearing either insignia could be seen as acting maliciously.
http://images.mirror.co.uk/upl/m4/aug2011/3/8/taliban-hunting-badge-121049675.jpg
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