William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD

SCUMBAG TALIBAN TRAINING FACILITY STRUCK

Why would two Canadians be amongst the dead?
They might have been there the newspaper said?
Our troops are fighting the militant terrorist Taliban
The Al Qaeda enemy is training over in Pakistan!

We have had our Canadians go over there before
Omar Khadr and his Dad and brothers went to war
Canadian sleeper cell people they train over there
It is a Canadian suicide bomber educational affair

Should have stayed in Toronto asleep in their cell
Instead that U.S.A. missile blew them all to hell
Militant Islam continues to train the very young
Perhaps this is an indication of the Jihad to come

As we bring our lads back from each Taliban attack
Their sacrifice for our Canada makes a big impact
On Fridays, Canadians, they still all wear color red
To honour our troops and our wounded, and dead

Good on Americans who struck the enemy hideout
Those Canadians inside they are finished no doubt
The sleeper cell trainees they are no longer there
They received their 72 virgins– I think that is fair

DEATHS IN PAKISTAN UNCONFIRMED

Times Colonist September 5, 2008

OTTAWA — Canadian diplomats had yet to confirm reports last night that two Canadians were among 20 people killed in a suspected U.S. missile strike against a militant hideout in Pakistan on Saturday. — CNS

BODIES OF THREE SLAIN SOLDIERS HEAD HOME TO CANADA

Times Colonist September 5, 2008

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Members of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry gathered last night at a solemn sunset ceremony at Kandahar Air Field for the three colleagues killed Wednesday by insurgents in the Zhari District of Kandahar province.

The flag-draped caskets of Cpl Andrew Grenon, 23, Cpl Mike Seggie, 21, and Pte Chad Horn, 21, were carried in the arms of the fellow soldiers during the ramp ceremony en route to Canada.

Their deaths bring Canada's military toll in Afghanistan since the mission began to 96.

Meanwhile, a British soldier was killed in a roadside bomb while on patrol in southern Afghanistan yesterday, the Ministry of Defence said, taking the British death toll in Afghanistan to 117. — Reuters