November 3, 2005

Video from Sep. 24th Online!

Here is the link. A HUGE thanks to my friend C.J. in California who is hosting the video. Check out his blog here: http://www.soldiersperspective.us

11 comments:

JHouserok said...

Gj with the video, but really, really needs to be better quality, you can barely hear anything, and sometimes see nothing; maybe break it up into easier to manage parts. Or something of the like. Overall great job though.

Thunder90 said...

Cool video. The lefties really had fun when they were trapped in our box by the FBI building.

HannibalSmith said...

Indispensable document, the only one that shows the march that I've seen. But it really needs to be re-encoded at a higher bitrate. The sound seems OK as far as I can tell, but it's so compressed that the text is often unreadable. Go xVid!

CapitalistMofo said...

Thank you so much. Thank you. Thanks for your support. The movie made me cry.

-MK
502nd Infantry 101st Airborne, Iraq '03

Akil said...

Thanks for MY support?? I have done NOTHING. You guys are the HEROES. 101 Airbone kicks ass!!

Please share this clip with your friends. I want them to know that there are patriots who support them.

Hoodlum91 said...

Impressive Brandon. Even though I was there, I'm still shocked by the complete ignorance and hate spewed by the "peaceniks".

Akil said...

Sorry for the poor quality. I am still trying to figure this stuff out.

I can save the movie to a tape, and perhaps that will improve the quality?

I hope you guys can at least get a sense of what happened there.

CapitalistMofo said...

Our work is nothing if we don't have people like you at home to support us.

-MK

Akil said...

I appreciate the kind word.

Be sure to let your buddies watch the video. It was a real coup d'etat that we pulled off.. haha

Libertas said...

Awsome!

Akil said...

http://www.radioamerica.org/audio/MR_ABC-Osama-Hussein-connections.mp3

In the video, I made reference to Saddam's harboring and supporting terrorists. I mentioned Abu Nidal and Abu Abbas. This 1999 ABC News audio clip shows that Bush and his "neocons" were not the first ones to allege the Iraq-Al Qaeda connection. But for some reason the Democrats and Leftists like to pretend news reports like this one don't exist.