from Our Salon and Xenon-Lit Writer, Ludmillia Jones "We Can Scream Now"


 This will appear on the next 'Passionate Justice'


Ludmillia Jones   Xenon Lit



It is not looking like a heroic, brave deed against a dreadful enemy. The deployment of a GRB-41 Daisy Cutter in Anchin District in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan might easily become the most horrific act since Hiroshima. 

The weapon is called a Massive Ordinance Air Blast (MOAB). Silly Americans resonate more with the nickname "Mother of All Bombs." It has a larger explosive effect than "Little Boy" did at Hiroshima, but without the nuclear component.

We can scream now. We cannot be allowed to transform a political toad into a warrior prince. 

I'm giving a full place name to the target for a reason. After finding the proper name, I discovered that all maps are Google Maps, where the area is blurred out. You can zoom so far and no more. 

I went to Wikipedia, and found the page for that region was altered on April 14, the day of the attack. It is now a terse note with little real information.

24 hours later, with ZERO casualty reports, videos, or twitter posts from the area, all we are told is that 30 to 50 ISIS operatives were killed. This is per the Afghan government and US mainstream media. 

There are currently NO population statistics for that area in Wikipedia, the mainstream media, or other geography sites, but older sources indicate upward of 100,000 humans lived in local villages some within the 2 mile blast radius of a GRB-41 Daisy Cutter, MOAB, nicknamed the 'Mother of all Bombs."

The Google map shows blurred images that clearly indicate structures were present before the attack. There is no way that only 30 to 50 people were killed or injured.

Worse, the UN, international aid and relief agencies, other nations, and more did not immediately and aggressively inquire into the well being of the people of that entire region, given the damage this weapon can do for up to a 7 miles around ground zero.

After an hour of searching, I found a 14 April, 2017 Veterans Today article which said,

"Approximately 100,000 Pashtun/Afghan civilians live in that “so-called” remote District. Many villages such as the Village of Assad Kheilo and the Village of Mohmandzai were at or near the alleged ISIS/ mercenaries’ target. With a surface blast radius of a couple of miles wide,"


Google Search buried this report deep. Now we can scream. 

While the target area looks impossibly barren and uninhabitable, there are hundreds of thousands of people who actually live and transit through the area in any given year. As ISIS gained strongholds in Nangahar Provence, many refugees fled into Pakistan, then returned, according to this PDF report by 
Humanitarian Response.


I invite all to find out what was there before the attack. Push for the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. I will continue to research, question and scream about this.

Let's chat about this weird situation.

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Comment by Jonathan Wolfman on April 30, 2017 at 12:01pm

Thanks, Ludmillia!

Comment by JMac1949 Today on May 1, 2017 at 6:25am


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Comment by koshersalaami on May 1, 2017 at 7:44am

I wonder where else this can be verified. Maybe in the Pakistani press or from another government. 


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