Sunday, November 20, 2016

MARY SANCHEZ SAVES AFGHANISTAN!!!

Here's a Kansas City columnist who saw some photos online and formulated a plan to American International policy. Pretty sure this local pundit has never set foot in central Asia but her opinions were printed on Dead Tree Media and therefore far more valuable than so-called "fake news" that probably has more impact on shaping opinions. Take a look: We have to make our foreign reconstruction efforts count

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Who needs a government when you have the great bimbo genius.

Anonymous said...

We need to ship kale to them.

Anonymous said...

Pseudo-intellects continue to vent their anger due to election losses and this liberal shows no sign of knowledge of the failings of Obama and his foreign policy.
They had 8 years to fix it- they failed. I can't imagine an editorializer like Sanchez really thinks she has the handle on any foreign policy since she has NO job experience outside writing for a once-liberal newspaper... give us a break! Do you think she went to Harvard or Duke or a great college that has great minds and mastered a discipline that promotes great policy? Nope.
As Trump tackles poverty in the US and empowers minorities in ways libs never could- all the while securing our borders- Mary will have to pack up and join Barb and Yael and move with The Hollywood elite who promised to move after the election to a Country more in line with their failed-policy minds. I am sure their Volvo- driving France-loving left-wiing communist latte-sucking tofu-chomping holistic- wacko neurotic vegan weenie perverts will be able to set up camp and pat each other on the backs over some imaginary nuance they think they won.
In the meanwhile- the rest of us are working hard to Make America Great Again.

Anonymous said...

don't read those columns or much else in local paper. prefer to waste time on major newspapers.

Anonymous said...

Mary Sanchez, the government-paid propaganda agent masquerading as a journalist, assigned to The Kansas City Star, has truly lost her mind in the aftermath of our recent national election.

Faced with the very real possibility of losing her job, as the Democratic National Committee and Media Matters organizations have imploded from within after blindly foisting the candidacy of a thoroughly corrupt, health-impaired, treasonous liar upon the American public, Ms. Sanchez is left with her own vacuous thoughts, as the communiques from her handler within the Ministry of Propaganda have slowed to a dribble. It's now become a race for the rats to jump from the sinking ship, which is the HMS Obama, a Kenyan-registered tanker tasked with hauling toxic waste between continents.

That Ms. Sanchez is some 10 years late to the scene in reporting on the abject failure of reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, reminds me of the Jason Kander for U.S. Senate campaign in Missouri. How are they similar, you ask? Well, you see, they've both really nothing of contemporary substance to talk about, so they dig into their dusty files to retrieve a talking point which has long since been forgotten by most of the public. Mr. Kander shamelessly sought to portray himself as a war hero, running endless commercial loops of himself amid a firefight or decked out with his trusty rifle. According to the Kander campaign, he was so patriotic following the 9/11 attacks that he marched down to the recruiting office and joined the military straight away. Never mind that it was largely all a manipulative campaign narrative, and that Kander only made it to Afghanistan as a reservist for about 3 months, at the close of 2006, in a futile effort to chase reconstruction fraud paperwork trails. Likewise, Ms. Sanchez completely passed on any of our current topics du jour, and decided that most readers have surely forgotten about the now 15-year long quagmire which is the Afghanistan War.

Could she begin telling the truth about the 9/11 myth? No
Could she discuss the fact that the invasion of Afghanistan was planned and prepped prior to 9/11? No
Could she tell readers about former Afghan President Karzai's connection to our CIA, Iran, the Taliban, the illegal drug trade? No

Anonymous said...

(cont.)
No, no, no, Mary Sanchez will not dare utter any of the ugly truths which lie at the heart of the Afghanistan story. Much better to go on a jag about wasted money and the plight of refugees, without explaining to readers, who received the money and why residents became refugees in the first place. I truly believe that Mary Sanchez is not only a cooperating propagandist, but surely doesn't understand the country that she calls home.

In detailing some of the SIGAR findings, for me, it brought to mind some of the conditions found in Chicago public housing projects. These were public housing developments with financial ties to people like Valerie Jarrett, Antoin "Tony" Rezko, Nadhmi Auchi, Aiham Alsammarae, and a former community-activist named Barack Obama. Besides the last name listed, does Ms. Sanchez know who any of these individuals are? Probably not. Valerie Jarrett is of course Obama's Iranian-born svengali, Chicago Daley-machine operative, and former head of that city's Housing Authority. Tony Rezko (born Aleppo, Syria) is estimated to have bilked $100 million dollars from the public treasury in housing scams, and financially rewarded Barack and Michelle Obama with their Chicago mansion. Nadmi Auchi (born in Iraq) was convicted in the French-state oil company (Elf Acquitaine) bribery scandal. Aiham Alsammarae (Iraqi Sunni Arab) is the former Iraqi Minister of Electricity arrested on corruption charges for phony contracts and the misappropriation of millions of dollars, who hired Blackwater mercenaries to break him out of prison, and who settled in Chicago. Ms. Sanchez of course, has never looked at Obama's background or pedigree, accepting his sainthood without question back before the 2008 election. She's still granting him absolution, while simultaneously lecturing and attacking the President-Elect Donald Trump. Mary Sanchez is an ignorant propagandist tool.

Anonymous said...

That is preposterous on the face of it.

But it epitomizes the absurdity of the Star as a media player.