22nd April 17:15
U.S. TROOPS WERA NAPPIES IN IRAQ...
.....SHOWING THATR THEIR COURAGE SOMETIMES STAINS THEIR UNDERWEAR!
Urgent - Breaking News: US soldiers wear nappies in Iraq!
By: al-moharer.net on: 16.11.2005 [05:25 ] (449 reads)
US GI's wear adult diapers to hide their pee when reistance shoots at
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Well-informed sources have revealed today that the US intrepid army soldiers
in Iraq wear nappies to hide and conceal some of the evident symptoms of
their utter and terrible state of affairs in Iraq.
This amazing and incredible news were divulged by an Iraqi interpreter who
accompanies the US soldiers and who came to discover that in fact the
soldiers of the almighty US army, he worked for, wore nappies of the same
kind of those used for babies and toddlers.
The Iraqi translator who declined to give his name and identity for obvious
reasons and who works in the Karkh area, west of Baghdad, ascertained that
the soldiers of the sole world superpower, the intrepid US army soldiers
have started lately to put on nappies underneath their fatigue and army
getups whenever they go out for patrols, or whenever they go raiding and
attacking Iraqi homes specially at night or at dawn.
The same source indicated also that the Liberty Camp in the Karkh area of
Baghdad has some three thousands US marines, who carefully put on their
nappies underneath their clothes to avoid divulging the real signs of their
courage and pride in amongst themselves and the Iraqi trained traitor army.
The interpreter added: "these soldiers pee on themselves with fright and
maculate their very expensive army gear, when they are ordered and forced to
face the Iraqi Resistance Combatants.
The same interpreter went on saying that this kind of get up and behavior
has been encouraged by high graded US officers when they discovered the
information through US military intelligence.
The US Invasion army employee translator said also that the US Army highly
trained and invincible soldiers started also to massively use a medicine
called entero-stop a well-known drug to prevent a runny stomach, whenever
they are told to get out of their military fortified basis or whenever they
are assigned to a critical duty.