american sniper

Hii movie ni kali sana, nani anajua kama kdf wanakuanga na sniper regiment aniambie.Nataka kulipua some alshaabab na sniper.Hata kama ntapatwa na war mental sickness.

Nice movie, shida ni US propaganda, 911 was their own doing, iraq walienda kutafuta mafuta, saddam didn’t have any weapons of mass destruction.Marines and Seals walienda huko kuuwa innocent civilians.

They should have shown that scene where the sniper took out the kid with a grenade though. Shooter ya Werlberg is still better.


Boss, kila mtu anajua 911 was an inside job, kila mtu anajua the true purpose for the war in iraq, update yourself.

believe what you want to, but the worst kind of people are those who are told what to believe by the deceptive governments, people who are afraid to look behind the cover.

Ona Nyani inaniita terrorist, enda ukule bibi yako kwanza !!!

nice movie, matusi ya nini?

Nice movie, Sad ending


American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood, is based on the autobiography of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, reputedly the deadliest sniper in American history.

Replete with hatred, bigotry and unrepentant bloodlust, Kyle’s book boasts of killing 160 Iraqi “savages” during his four deployments in Iraq following the illegal US invasion and occupation in 2003.

“Savage, despicable evil. That’s what we were fighting in Iraq,” Kyle writes in his book.

“I only wish I had killed more,” he writes, adding, “I loved what I did … It was fun. I had the time of my life.”

“They hated us because we weren’t Muslim. They wanted to kill us, even though we just booted out their dictator, because we practiced a different religion than they did,” adds Kyle, who goes on to confess, “I don’t shoot people with Korans – I’d like to, but I don’t.” In Kyle’s mind, all Iraqis who resisted the invading US soldiers were irrationally violent religious fanatics.

In stark contrast, Hollywood sanitizes Kyle, humanizing him as a complex, likable and anguished hero.

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hadi he was branded '“Shaitan - Al Ramadi,” that guy was a badass