NATO's 100,000 viewers videoos
By Paula Newton
Hat tip Rusty:
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (CNN) -- NATO is acknowledging YouTube as its new battleground in the six-year war on Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, as the military alliance posts formerly secret surveillance and attack video.
Newly declassified video shows NATO forces destroying a truck in Afghanistan.
The strategy aims to counter years of propaganda video posted on the Internet showing Taliban attacks on NATO forces which fighters use to claim that NATO's position in the Afghan war is deteriorating.
"The Taliban, who are literally cave-dwellers, are doing better than we are on a key battleground -- and that's video," said NATO spokesman James Appathurai. "They deploy with videographers. We don't. They have DVDs out in an hour, we don't."
Wielding video cameras like weapons, fighters quickly upload images of their attacks and create a valuable morale booster for their supporters.
Now, after much internal debate, NATO has begun declassifying and posting top secret combat video on YouTube and other Web platforms to try and beat the Taliban at its own game.
100,000 VIEWS for your videos, how:?
link up their video of aqn attack with NATO's video of same attack, see attack from both sides.
They claim all killed, NATO shows everyone alive, wounded or the "after attack" on taliban, for their attack, WOULD BE MUST SEE VIDEOS....
Confront the lies and propaganda DIRECTLY, IN VIDEOS.
Put their insurgent videos in same vid with NATO's vid, show both sides....expose them...