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Bush believe Iraq is success.

Posted by QB on March 29, 2008

Bush yesterday said during the joint press conference with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd that Australian troops are leaving after the successful military operation just like 5 US brigades will leave Iraq after the successful operation. Bush also make some ridiculous success claims but this success statement was on top of all his other statements. There is nobody in Bush regime to tell him the truth that Iraq is still a big failure and I believe he only get the positive briefing on Iraq.

The facts reflect Iraq as more failure than success, Basra and Southern cities are in control of Mahdi Army, Green Zone rockets attacks are now daily routine. The US military blame this violence on Iran that they are supplying weapons to Mahdi Army is absurd. The truth is that Iranians are supporting Nuri Al Maliki government providing support to Badr Brigade which is the government backed pro Iran militia group. Muqtada Al Sadr is nationalists and his Mahdi Army is fighting with Badr Brigade for dominance in Shi’ite Southern province. Iran can’t be on the both sides. This is the policy of Bush regime since the beginning of invasion to blame Iran Syria Hizbollah for all their failures.

The US occupation military in five years fail to take control of the region. The violence goes down in one area with huge US military presence and goes up in other areas. This was also reported by Michael Ware that nine thousand Sunni Resistance has joined the Iraqi Police force who are working independently with no Nuri Al Maliki control. Bush has created the religious sectarian mess in Iraq.

The present Iraq situation require a nationalist strong Leader like Saddam Hussein to unite the people and the country. Saddam Hussein who keep sectarian and ethnic hatred under tight government control and there was peace and stability. Iraqis suffer more from US backed sanctions than Saddam Hussein so called brutality.


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Iran Nuclear Program and IAEA Diplomacy.

Posted by QB on November 23, 2007

The Iran Nuclear Program is still an issue because IAEA inability to come to conclusive decision. IAEA did reported Iran’s co-operation but also added that Iran might have secret nuclear weapon program putting restrictions on UN inspectors for two years, the IAEA is trying to please the US and its allies with creating doubts. The IAEA is free to do the inspections and come up with the conclusive answer otherwise this issue will become the next excuse for another bloody destructive war.

The Saddam Hussein government did co-operated with IAEA by allowing them to inspect all their suspected sites without notice and the UN agency did not find any active nuclear or chemical weapons program in Iraq. The IAEA report was diplomatic saying that they did not find any active nuclear program in Iraq but also added that they still have questions related to chemical inventory. The Saddam Hussein Iraqi government did provide them the documentation that they have destroyed these chemicals. The Bush regime used UN ambiguous report, spin it for their political purposes claiming that Saddam Hussein is dangerous for US and Israel who is not co-operating with IAEA and US will destroy the WMD by force.

“The report gives a clean bill of health on Iran’s nuclear activities for the past 20 years. With ambiguities removed on the basis of this report, there remains no legal reasons for discussions about Iran at the U.N. Security Council,” the official IRNA news agency quoted Mohammed Saeedi as saying.

The IAEA report on Iran’s Nuclear Program is very much similar to Iraq, which Bush regime can use to air strike the Nuclear facilities, if the US government go to that limit of stupidity. The IAEA inspectors are in Iran and they can keep inspecting any Iranian sites which they believe are suspicious and come up clear report that Iran Nuclear Program is according to NPT, failed in doing so will start another useless war. The IAEA must not get involved in too much politics diplomacy trying to please both sides, honestly report what they have found and clearly tell the world what they did not find. They had no proof of Iran’s secret Nuclear Program so why make it a issue.

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‘War on terror’ has been a ‘disaster’: British think tank.

Posted by QB on October 8, 2007

The British Research Group believe that US and Britain has to change its policies on “war on terror” to succeed, this is what exactly what am saying since the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. Bush policies of invasion and occupation has created sympathies for Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaida and Taliban. The Osama Bin Laden and Taliban can’t be defeated with invasions and occupations, the better approach was to solve the differences with negotiations, which was offered by Taliban before Afghanistan invasion. Bush rejected their demand of showing evidence of Osama Bin Laden in 9/11 attack. Taliban promised to handover Osama Bin Laden to international court for trial. There would be no war, no unnecessary deaths, destruction and waste of hundreds of billions dollars. The hundreds of billions dollars could have been used to eliminate poverty, start eduction and awareness programs to bring positive change in Afghanistan. The Iraq war, on the other hand was unnecessary, there were no terrorists in Iraq, there was no Al Qaida in Iraq, Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. The Iraq invasion was planned by Zionists to protect Israel, The other reason was that Neo-Cons like Paul Wolfowitz convinced Bush Junior to finish the job dad failed leaving Saddam Hussein in power. Saddam Hussein also challenged Bush senior that if he survived in power that will be is greatest victory against USA. Bush senior was defeated in election just after winning war against Saddam Hussein. The Oil was big attraction to invade and occupy Iraq.

LONDON (AFP) — The US-led “war on terror” has been a “disaster” and Washington and its allies must change their policy in Iraq and Afghanistan to defeat Al-Qaeda, an independent global security think tank said.Read complete report.

The following are few of my previous posts on Iraq and Afghanistan.

US lost Militarily and Politically in Iraq.

Afghanistan war will lasts for decades.

Osama Bin Laden Trapped Bush Intelligently!!!

Afghanistan war very much alive.

Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan puppet President who only had control of Kabul, invited Taliban for peace talk which they rejected demanding all foreign troops withdrawal for any peace negotiations. US military has also developed ties with Sunnis Iraqi Resistance by giving huge amount of money which are helping them to buy arms and ammunition’s to protect themselves against Shiite Militias . This does not mean that they support US occupation, they are very much against US presence in Iraq like Shiites.

The Britain Prime Minister announced to withdraw half of its troops from Iraq which will be 2,500 next spring. This announcement is not surprise because recent polls shows that his government is trailing to Britain Conservatives.

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CNN Bring Saddam Hussein in news.

Posted by QB on September 28, 2007

The following was reported by Wolf Blitzer on Situation Room last night.

New details are emerging of a failed last minute deal that could have averted the war in Iraq — negotiations to have Saddam Hussein go into exile.

Let’s go to CNN’s Brian Todd.

He’s watching this story for us.

What are you learning about this deal and why it fell through — Brian?

BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, it’s not exactly how the deal fell through, Wolf. But according to accounts we’re getting there was knowledge of these discussions at the very highest levels.


TODD (voice-over): A dramatic ultimatum on the eve of war.

GEORGE BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Saddam Hussein and his sons must leave Iraq within 48 hours. Their refusal to do so will result in military conflict.

TODD: But just weeks earlier, President Bush may have known Saddam Hussein was looking for a way out.

February 22nd, 2003 — meeting with then Spanish prime minister, Jose Maria Aznar, at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, according to the Spanish newspaper “El Pais,” Mr. Bush says: “The Egyptians are talking to Saddam Hussein. He seems to have indicated that he would be willing to go into exile if they would let him take $1 billion and all the information he would want regarding weapons of mass destruction.”

Contacted by CNN, a senior Spanish official with knowledge of the meeting says there’s a very high probability this account is accurate. No comment from the Egyptians.
TODD: Now, at the time, State Department officials said they did know about the deal with the UAE that fell flew and at the time they thought it was a good idea. But on any talks between Saddam Hussein and the Egyptians on exile in exchange for $1 billion and his WMD knowledge, we could not get comment from the State Department — Wolf.

BLITZER: And there are some other interesting details emerging from this Spanish newspaper — Brian.

TODD: That’s right. Now, this a transcript of the meeting that Spanish officials tell us was leaked to that newspaper. President Bush quoted by the paper saying Saddam is “a thief, a terrorist and a war criminal.” That compared to Saddam, the late Serbian dictator, Slobodan Milosevic, would “be a Mother Teresa.” And at one point, he says the Americans expect to be in Baghdad by the end of March, 2003. And, of course, as we said, the White House not commenting on the detail of this report. Source : CNN Situation Room Transcript.

This report is clearly looks like new propaganda to tarnish Saddam Hussein reputation by making him look like greedy person who has no sympathy for the people of Iraq. The report is stupid that Saddam Hussein was demanding 1 billion dollars to go into exile because I believe he has accumulated more than that during his 35 years rule. Saddam Hussein had the money and infact there was report before the invasion that he is ready to leave Iraq if US promise not to invade Iraq but Bush the arrogant ignorant stupid moron President said that US is determined to go into Iraq even if Saddam Hussein leave. Wolf Blitzer is suffering from amnesia who believe that Iraq war could have been averted. Wolf Blitzer and all CNN news anchors are so biased dishonest in their reporting that nobody can trust CNN news.

Saddam Hussein could have gone into hiding living in luxury at some undisclosed location but he chose to stay in Iraq. The other argument which is logical that Saddam Hussein might have left Iraq and living at undisclosed location. He had created many Saddam Hussein look a like and one of the fake Saddam Hussein was captured and murdered. The fake Saddam Hussein chooses this option for the huge amount of money for this family. This is probability because US had not captured or have any information about these fake Saddam Hussein who disappeared without any trace and Saddam Hussein could have easily disappeared. The hole where Saddam Hussein was located was described by some of his previous government officials that location was not very safe because it was not a secret.

Saddam Hussein has become immortal and he will always be remembered as the “Greatest Arab Leader” in history and that is what he wanted.

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Afghanistan & Iraq.

Posted by QB on July 29, 2007

Iraq situation is as very bad for US occupation after four years with no hope of any improvements in near future. Bush regime blame their failures on Syria, Iran and now Saudi Arabia for their failed policy of invasion and Pakistan for Afghanistan failure. It is really hard to believe that the whole Bush regime consists of idiots who did not know the consequences of Iraq and Afghanistan invasion. The majority of people know that Bush is an idiot brain damage due to drug and alcohol abuse in his earlier life but it is really hard to believe that his whole cabinet did not analyze the consequences of removing Saddam Hussein and Afghanistan invasion. What is happening in Iraq and Afghanistan is exactly according to my analysis before war. The majority of my American friends were happy full of pride with easy victory when Taliban disappeared leaving Kabul open for Northern Alliance and US troops. When I told them that this is not victory and end of war but it is just beginning of war they all looked at me like someone complete crazy. The Americans friends were quick to celebrate the Iraq victory as well when they captured Baghdad without any resistance and again when I told them that this is just the beginning of long war they thought I have completely lost my mind.

Bush job approval rating that time was in high seventies and the war support was equally high over seventy percent. It took some months for Iraqi resistance to organize and start their fighting against US occupation which were called by Bush, Dick and Rumsfeld as dead enders, terrorists, Saddam Hussein Bathists, people who hate freedom and democracy and majority of Americans believed and supported government.

Afghanistan went into background with main stream media focus on Iraq. The other reason for Afghanistan going into background was that Taliban did not immediately get organized which according to me was because they were not in hurry and don’t wanted to start their resistance without complete planning and organization. It look like they have done their home work and gaining strength in Afghanistan with support from North Western Frontier Province. Bush blame this on Pakistan and Pervez Musharraf, putting pressure on his government “to do more” in his “war on terror” which is necessary for the security of US. Bush retard do not realize that Pervez Musharraf can’t do anything more what he has already done without risking the security of his own country. Pervez Musharraf come in power with very popular public support and he has lost all his support fighting Bush “war on terror” bombing and killing civilians in North WesternFrontier Province. Pervez Musharraf meeting with yesterday with Benazir Bhutto in Dubai look like Bush regime new strategy to bring her back as Prime Minister and announce new elections date to calm down public anger and opposition against government. Benazir Bhutto very corrupt politician love power and will do anything to keep her in power even if she had to kill hundreds of thousands people. The only problem is that she can’t aggressively pursue Bush policies with majority of public opposition, growing anti Military sentiments in Pakistan. Pakistan Military will not agree to take any Military action for the fear of losing its respect and credibility. Bush regime will have hard time understanding this and they might make one more stupid mistake of crossing Pakistan border which will open new front for US troops.

Iraq failures are blamed on Iran, Syria and now Saudi Arabia. Bush stupid invasion and overthrowing Saddam Hussein government has changed power in favor of Iran which Sunni Arab government see as growing threat for for their governments. Iran has Syrian Shiite government support and in Lebanon have the backing of Hezbollah. Iraq puppet Nuri Al Maliki government has close relations with Iranian which will further strengthen after US troops withdrawal. Saudi Royal family fear that Iran Iraq might start revolution movement in their country, so they actually are trying to protect their own interests with financing Iraqi Sunni Resistance to fight against Nuri Al Maliki Shiite government.

Codoleezza Rice will try to gain support of Sunni Arab state, according to news. Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt will agree with her on everything and even issue joint statements to support Bush policies in Middle East, that will be only diplomacy (the correct word for diplomacy is “hypocrisy”). Saudi Arabia will keep funding Sunni Iraqi Resistance to weaken Nuri Al Maliki puppet Shiite government. The other facts which Bush regime hide behind its slogans that this Shiite government is more cruel and brutal than Saddam Hussein, killing Sunnis for their power. Iraqi puppet government is waiting for US troops withdrawal so they can slaughter all the Sunnis. The brain dead US Senators who are proposing division of Iraq into three autonomous regions will not be acceptable for Turkey, Iran and Syria because it will escalate Kurds uprising in their countries.

The end game is near which will not be pretty for US and its superpower image.

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GOP Presidential Debate.

Posted by QB on June 6, 2007

CNN aired two hours of GOP Presidential debate last night with Wolf Blitzer moderating and last night he was little better than the Democrats Presidential Debate not completely ignoring some candidates. The GOP Presidential candidates last night theme was to scare US voters to win the next election except Rep. Ron Paul. It was surprise for me that all Democrats and GOP Senators who are running for President voted in favor of Iraq invasion without reading the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) and all of them try to coverup with lame excuses that they got the briefings which means they were briefed by someone has has read the NIE and they accepted the understanding of that person. Former Senator Bill Graham of Florida voted against giving Bush authorization to invade Iraq after reading NIE which clearly means that should all the Senators and Representatives have read the NIE they might not have voted in favor of Iraq invasion. Hilary Clinton, John Edwards, John McCain, Sam Brownback, Tom Tancredo, Chris Dodd, Joe Biden all voted in favor of Iraq invasion without reading NIE. Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul are the only Presidential candidates who voted against the Iraq invasion. The candidate who were not in the Congress Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Jim Gilmore all supported Bush military action on Iraq and still are the strongest supporters of Iraq occupation.

The most interesting outcome of these debates is that now I know how ill-informed and ignorant shallow all Presidential candidates are who get applause from more misinformed and ignorant voters. Mitt Romney answering the question about Iraq invasion reply was stupid based on his complete ignorance of the real situation and he still get applause from the voters. Mitt Romney said had Saddam Hussein opened his country for UN inspectors and let them finish their work US would have not invaded Iraq.

“You can say if we knew then what we know now, by virtue of inspectors being let in and giving us that information, by virtue of Saddam Hussein following the resolutions, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.” Mitt Romney.

This is for your information you ignorant moron Mitt Romney that Saddam Hussein did allow the UN inspectors and give access to all their country to check for Nuclear and Chemical weapons. The UN inspectors were asking for more time to complete their work so they can reach to a definite conclusion. Bush and Dick were in so much hurry that they rejected UN inspectors requested asking them to leave Iraq within 12 hours so they can start their military adventure.

Mitt Romney was not alone defending Iraq invasion. John McCain, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, Tom Tancredo, Sam Brownback, Jim Gilmore, Tommy Thompson and Duncan Hunter all supported Bush illegal criminal invasion and occupation of Iraq.

GOP Presidential candidates also trying to win the next election with creating fear among common ignorant voters with their “war on terror” bumper sticker connecting it with Iraq and Iran. All the GOP Presidential candidates will use Nuclear weapons on Iran Nuclear facilities except Ron Paul. Mitt Romney again proved his that he is ignorant idiot when he said that Iran wanted to attack US. Iran don’t want the war with US but if attacked will respond fiercely with showering their missiles in Iraq Afghanistan and all the other US military bases in Middle East. GOP Presidential candidates want to win the next election using Bush tactics of fear mongering try to relate every incident to Iran and Iraq.

GOP Presidential candidates also use the Bush favorite justification for staying in Iraq that “they will follow us here if we leave Iraq”. The truth is that Iraqis never invaded US in the past and they really don’t have capability to invade US in the future also Iraqis were not involved in 9/11 attacks and there was no connection between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda before they invaded Iraq.

The most absurd solution I heard was to divide Iraq into three separate states to solve the Iraq problem. The people who believe this will solve the Iraq problem are ignorant of the fact that this will not be acceptable to Iran, Turkey and Syria and this will provide Turkey to move into Kurds region for their country unity and stability.

The debate was an excellent show of ignorance on part of all GOP and Democrats Presidential candidates who were reaching out to more ignorant voters. Democracy has become the problem in US where ignorant get elected by ignorants and this is the real danger for peace on earth with morons get hold of power with so much nuclear chemical and biological weapons.

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Plan B For Iraq: Winning Dirty.

Posted by QB on May 14, 2007

This article is written by someone named Mort Kondracke which is published by Real Clean Politics and it is the most stupid analysis of Iraq situation and solution. The author has written this article support some US Lawmakers who are suggesting to adopt Plan B for Iraq. The Plan B for Iraq is as cruel and inhumane just like who are pushing for Iraq. Following is the breakup of his article and at the end of the post will provide the link for verification purposes.

“Without prejudging whether President Bush’s “surge” policy will work, the administration and its critics ought to be seriously thinking about a Plan B, the “80 percent solution” – also known as “winning dirty.” Right now, the administration is committed to building a unified, reconciled, multisectarian Iraq – “winning clean.” Most Democrats say that’s what they want, too. But it may not be possible

The 80 percent alternative involves accepting rule by Shiites and Kurds, allowing them to violently suppress Sunni resistance and making sure that Shiites friendly to the United States emerge victorious..”

The people who come up with this plan are cold blooded murderers terrorists who wants “VICTORY” on all cost even if it comes with more blood of innocent Iraqis. The US domination of the Middle East and the World is more important for them than protecting human lives. They are the real terrorists who have killed over 700,000 innocent Iraqis since the invasion and occupation of Iraq and it was their wrong policies of sanctions which killed over 500,000 Iraqi children. Saddam Hussein was pure evil according to Bush mafia and the people who are supporting Plan B for Iraq who has killed his own but nobody is paying attention now that US has killed more innocent Iraqis in four years what according to them were killed by Saddam Hussein in thirty years., Bush mafia is more dangerous than Saddam Hussein or Kim Jong Il or Fidel Castro they are the “real terrorists” who have taken the world hostage to fight their “war on terror” and nobody is allowed to question these killings and destruction because it is the matter of “National Security” and patriotism.

“No one has publicly advocated this Plan B, and I know of only one Member of Congress who backs it – and he wants to stay anonymous. But he argues persuasively that it’s the best alternative available if Bush’s surge fails. Winning will be dirty because it will allow the Shiite-dominated Iraqi military and some Shiite militias to decimate the Sunni insurgency. There likely will be ethnic cleansing, atrocities against civilians and massive refugee flows.
On the other hand, as Bush’s critics point out, bloody civil war is the reality in Iraq right now. U.S. troops are standing in the middle of it and so far cannot stop either Shiites from killing Sunnis or Sunnis from killing Shiites.”

Ethnic cleansing is bad in Darfur but it is justified when done by US. The problem with this stupid is that plan the people who are advocating this plan are not analyzing all the factors. instead they jump to the wrong conclusion of “Victory”. The people or Member of Congress and this author must be extremely stupid who can’t see that this “Plan B for Iraq” is adopted by US occupation Military and Iraqi Puppet governments from the very beginning of occupation and it is not workings. These Morons can’t see that US military with Iraqi Police and Iraqi Security has failed to miserably in four years with going aggressively after Iraqi Resistance.

“Winning dirty would involve taking sides in the civil war – backing the Shiite-dominated elected government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and ensuring that he and his allies prevail over both the Sunni insurgency and his Shiite adversary Muqtada al-Sadr, who’s now Iran’s candidate to rule Iraq.”

The article is full of illogical stupid arguments read the following passage.

“Winning dirty would involve taking sides in the civil war – backing the Shiite-dominated elected government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and ensuring that he and his allies prevail over both the Sunni insurgency and his Shiite adversary Muqtada al-Sadr, who’s now Iran’s candidate to rule Iraq.”

US is already taking the side of very corrupt Sectarian Shiite Puppet Primie Minister Nouri Al Maliki and any crack down on Muqtada Al Sadr Mahdi Militia will escalate hatred and tensions within their Sectarian population which Nouri Al Maliki is avoiding by protecting Muqtada Al Sadr and his Mahdi Militia. The chances are that Mahdi Militia will form an alliance with Iraqi Resistance in case of any operation. The other influential force is Sistani who will not allow any aggressive operation against Shiites who has said nothing about sectarian killings and violence from last two years. Sistani will come out again to protect Shiite just like when he returned from UK to protect Mahdi Militia and Al Sadr in Najaf or Basra (really don’t remember which city).

“Shiites make up 60 percent of the Iraqi population, so Shiite domination of the government is inevitable and a democratic outcome. The United States also has good relations with Iraq’s Kurdish minority, 20 percent of the population, and would want to cement it by semipermanently stationing U.S. troops in Northern Iraq to ward off the possibility of a Turkish invasion.”

This is again very wishful stupid analysis of the author. First of all there will never be democratic government in Iraq. Iraq will have very corrupt democracy just like Egypt, Syria, Iran and Pakistan which will always crush the opposition to them in power. Also Iraq is heading towards Iran like sectarian religious government like Iran. The outcome will not be a “role model democracy support all US aggressive policies in Iraq’. I will analyze Kurds with another stupid analysis of this author.

“Ever since the toppling of Saddam Hussein, Sunnis – representing 20 percent of the population – have been the core of armed resistance to the U.S. and the Iraqi government. The insurgency consists mainly of ex-Saddam supporters and Sunni nationalists, both eager to return to power, and of jihadists anxious to sow chaos, humiliate the United States and create a safe zone for al-Qaida operations throughout the Middle East.”

Mort Kondracke is parotting Bush mafia propaganda with ignoring all the facts. The facts are there was no Al Qaida when Saddam Hussein had the power. This is also not true that only 20% of Iraqi Sunnis are fighting US illegal and criminal occupation. Sunnis nationalists as well as Shiite nationalists are all fighting for their freedom and get rid of the occupation military from their country. This is absolute lie told over and over again by Dick that these are Sunni extremists who are Saddam Hussein supporters who are problem creators for US Liberators and foreign jihadis. The fact is that majority of Iraqi Resistance is Iraqi Nationalists with very little support of foreign fighters and there will always be foreign fighters if any Muslim country is invaded. The foreign fighters were called “MUJAHIDEEN” and praised by Reagan during USSR invasion of Afghanistan. The other fact which is ignored by Western Media and majority of the people that foreign fighters always took part in all Israel wars and they come from all over the world US, Europe Russia and they were never called “JIHADIS” or called “foreign terrorists”. The Iraq situation can only be resoved with unbiased analysis without justifying all the US atrocities.

“Bush wants to establish Iraq as a model representative democracy for the Middle East, but that’s proved impossible so far – partly because of the Sunni insurgencies, partly because of Shiites’ reluctance to compromise with their former oppressors and partly because al-Qaida succeeded in triggering a civil war.”

The “Model Democracy” in Iraq failed because now the power is in the hands more more corrupt Iraqi exiles who are trying to implement their sectarian version of dictatorship which will be worst than Saddam Hussein dictatorship. Al Qaida name is used by Bush mafia for the support of Iraq war where the truth is that it is Iraqi Nationalists who are fighting US occupation in Iraq.

“Bush’s troop surge – along with Gen. David Petraeus’ shift of military strategy – is designed to suppress the civil war long enough for Iraqi military forces to be able to maintain even handed order on their own and for Sunni, Kurdish and Shiite politicians to agree to share power and resources. The new strategy deserves a chance, but so far civilian casualties are not down, progress on political reconciliation is glacial, and U.S. casualties have increased significantly.

As a result, political patience in the United States is running down. If Petraeus cannot show dramatic progress by September, Republicans worried about re-election are likely to demand a U.S. withdrawal, joining Democrats who have demanded it for years.”

Bush surge has already failed because they don’t have enough troops to control the whole country. Iraqi Resistance moved to different cities and towns and the increased casualties is the result of smart strategy adopted by Iraqi Resistance to attack the US troops whereever and whenver it is convenient.

Leave couple of paragraphs and following is the closing argument of this idiot.

“Sunnis will suffer under a winning dirty strategy, no question, but so far they’ve refused to accept that they’re a minority. They will have to do so eventually, one way or another. And, eventually, Iraq will achieve political equilibrium. Civil wars do end. The losers lose and have to knuckle under. As my Congressional source says, “every civil war is a political struggle. The center of this struggle is for control of the Shiite community. Wherever the Shiites go, is where Iraq will go. So, the quicker we back the winning side, the quicker the war ends. … Winning dirty isn’t attractive, but it sure beats losing.”

The Sunnis and all the Iraqis are suffering since the beginning of US illegal and criminal occupation.This is the most ignorant argument that Sunnis have to submit themselves at the mercy of majority because they are fighting for their country liberation. This guy is a typical hypocrite who is so sympathetic to Kurdish minorities because of their loyalties to US and wants Iraqi Shiites to go and kill all Sunnis. Kurds basically are very unreasonable people who are causing trouble in Iran, Iraq and Turkey and this according to my standards are racists who want independent state. The ethnic division of countries in the world will create more problems than solving the problems. Turkey and Iran will not tolerate any independent state even if they have to directly fight against US because it is the matter of National Security for them and avoiding the breakup of their countries.

Source Link : Plan B For Iraq: Winning Dirty By Mort Kondracke

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Bush – Iraq way forward.

Posted by QB on January 27, 2007

Bush is stubborn who is insisting his way forward policy of increasing the number of troops will stabilize the violent situation in Iraq. Bush is stubborn to the level of complete stupidity. The troops increase will not make Iraq a peaceful democratic country with Maliki Shia holding power to protect his own people. There is sharp escalation of violence in Iraq after Bush “way forward” policy of increasing troops is made public. Iraqi resistance getting bolder when they attacked US base in Karbala and they might do it again once they get succeeded in killing 5 US soldiers. Bush is completely lost his mind that he is incapable of understanding the reality that his own party Senators and House Representatives start opposing his Iraq policy.

Today is the day of Anti War protests and according to news report tens of thousands attended the protest. I don’t think that these protests are going to change anything as long as Bush dictator is in White House. The only “way forward” for US is complete withdrawal of its troops from Iraq which ofcourse will be their second greatest defeat after Vietnam and Al Qaeda will immediately claim victory. Al Qaeda Aymen Al Zahawari already released new video message mocking Bush administration on increasing the number of troops. We might see some very strong message from Osama Bin Laden after US withdrawal.

Bush regime always made mistake in analyzing the Iraq’s situation putting their hopes that capture of Saddam Hussein will break the backbone of Iraqi Resistance, so called elections will bring peace and stability, killing Saddam Hussein will make Iraq heaven and now this new “way forward” policy. We don’t have to wait too long to see this new plan failed just like all the previous plans in four years.

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Saudis back US Iraq strategy as fears grow over Iran’s influence.

Posted by QB on January 17, 2007

Saudi Royal puppets now back US plan for increasing troops in Iraq according to this report by Telegraph because of the increasing influence of Iran and that they see a clear threat to their own oppressive rule because of very large number of Shias in their oil producing region.

Saudis back US Iraq strategy as fears grow over Iran’s influence.

The other news according to FARS News Agency that Ahmadinejad has send letter to Saudi King Abdullah asking to co-operate and stabilise Iraq’s violent situation.

Ahmadinejad’s comments came as Washington is trying to rally its Arab allies and isolate Iran.

“We, Saudis and other neighboring countries can help the Iraqi people to take the lead to consolidate their government’s capability to stabilize and maintain security in their country,” Ahmadinejad told the Saudi-owned satellite television channel.

“I sent a message to King Abdullah in this regard and the answer, generally, was positive,” the Iranian president said in the interview taped Saturday in Venezuela, one of the countries on his Latin American tour.

Iran’s top national security official, Ali Larijani, had delivered a message to Abdullah, the official Saudi Press Agency reported Sunday, but did not reveal its contents.

Iran’s overture to Saudi Arabia appeared to be an attempt to counter American efforts to rally its allies in the region and isolate Tehran.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, ahead of her regional tour, rejected anew proposals for opening a diplomatic dialogue with Iran and Syria as a way to help stabilize Iraq.

She said Iran would demand US concessions on its nuclear program while Damascus would ask for an easing of the US opposition to Syrian policies in Lebanon as a price for cooperation.

Ahmadinejad said the Americans were in “trouble and they are seeking a way to get out of it while ensuring their economic interests and increasing their hegemony over the region.”

Addressing Iran’s nuclear program, Ahmadinejad reiterated that “we are always ready to talk, but if the dialogue is used as a means to impose something which is illegal then they should realize that it is a dead end.”

Iranian officials have said that efforts to make Iran roll back its nuclear activities are not legal because it has the right to a peaceful nuclear program as a signatory to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT). Source : Iranian FARS News Agency

The intelligent approach would be if Saudi Royal puppets extend their support to stabilise Iraq situation instead of issuing irresponsible statements like that Saudi see Iran as bigger threat than Israel. These Middle East puppet rulers must realise the fact that US and UK are playing their most successful policy of “divide and rule” but using their sectarian differences and hatred. The sectarian division can be curbed if not completely eliminated is though the open minded approach which is making decisions based on Qur’an message not hearsay. The problem is that the majority of Sunni and Shia scholars don’t want this to happen because they enjoy the authority over masses with this sectarian division financially and socially.

This is the time when these puppet Middle East rulers had to act intelligently otherwise there will be no Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Amirs of Kuwait, Bahrain, Amirs of UAE if they let the sectarian hatred and division spread out of Iraq. Bush is used by Osama Bin Laden very effectively making him to invade Afghanistan and Iraq and they will work towards Osama Bin Laden agenda of if Saudis and other countries in Middle East keep cooperating with US. The chances are that all these oppressive governments will by overthrown by the people.

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Losing their heads in Iraq: Why the rush to execute?

Posted by QB on January 17, 2007

This is very intersting article which does not approve Saddam Hussein and his two co-defendants murders.

Why the rush to execute?

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Saddam Hussein half brother and Revolutionary Council Judge execution.

Posted by QB on January 16, 2007

This is what John Burns of New York Times reported on Wolf Blitzer Situation Room.

A botched execution. The hanging of Saddam Hussein’s half- brother on the left turning into a beheading. Iraqi officials insist it was an accident. They’ve been showing video to a very small group of reporters, including the “New York Times'” John Burns.

BLITZER: I know you saw this videotape. Walk us through what you saw.

JOHN BURNS, “NEW YORK TIMES”: Well, first of all, this videotape we were told a one time only showing I am told. After the disaster of the illicit filming on a call phone camera of the Saddam Hussein hanging, Iraqi officials are absolutely determined that this is a botched hanging is not going to get on the Internet and be replayed a million times, especially across the Middle East.

So we were given a one-time showing, three-minute video, very grim, as of course any execution is. Two frightened men — two deeply frightened men in orange jumpsuits, Guantanamo-style, standing on the trap doors, black hoods being put over their heads as they intoned the muthrad jihada (ph), the prayer before death — “There is no god but God.”

And then the drop. And as Mr. Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, the former head of Mukhabarat Secret Police and Mr. Hussein, his younger half-brother dropped the eight feet that was allowed by coiled rope at his feet, his head just snapped off just like that in an instant.

The camera then — movie camera moves forward and looks into the pit beneath the gallows, where we saw him lying face down, headless, a pool of blood accumulating around his neck, and his head still in the black hood about five feet behind him in the pit.

It seems what happened was that the Iraqi officials who had worked hard to try and get this one right just got it wrong. When it came to their drop charts, as the hangmen call them — and this man of medium build, medium height was just dropped too far and too fast.

BLITZER: As you know, John, there’s going to be skepticism, especially among Sunni Arabs, that this was an accident. Did it look like an accident based on the video that you saw?

BURNS: It did look like an accident. And the pains to which Mr. Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister’s officials went to lead us through this step by step, and what they described as intensive consultations with Western humanitarian organizations after the Saddam hanging to make sure that this one was done with dignity, respect for the condemned men.

I must say, left me feeling that these people — this is a blighted government. It just seems like everything they touch somehow goes awry. So I don’t think this was intentional. I think it was botched. And to be fair, they did tell us that in making their calculation, the hangmen’s calculations, what they wanted to do is to make sure these two men died instantly.

Now this is a pretty, macabre science, but you only have to go to the Internet and look at the “American Military Handbook For Executions”, signed by Dwight Eisenhower when he was chief of staff of the Army in 1947 to look at the drop charts. And you’ll that a man about five foot eight, five foot nine, as Mr. Tikriti was, about 170, 175 pounds by American military calculations needed a good deal less than eight feet of free rope for the hanging.

In other words, they gave him too much rope, he accumulated too much speed and momentum, and it just ripped his head right off his body.

BLITZER: Was there audio on the videotape that you saw? The three minutes of this execution? Did you hear anything in that room?

BURNS: That’s a reporter’s question, Wolf. Coming from you it doesn’t surprise me. Of course, it’s a crucial question because it was the audio on the illicit camera phone recordings of Saddam’s execution that told us all we now know about the sectarian taunting and mockery of Mr. Hussein.

No, there was no audio. And it was a point that we pressed on the prime minister’s officials. But they did say that the execution party had been reduced severely from about 25 who attended Saddam’s execution, many of them just sightseers, to tell you the truth, down to about ten or 12.

And the prosecutor in the trial that sent these men to the gallows, Jafaar al-Mousawi, who wasn’t here in Iraq at the time of the Saddam execution — and is a rather superior individual, I have to say. He attended the press conference. And he seemed quite distressed about this. But he did say that every precaution had been taken to deal with this execution with dignity and with respect.

It only goes to show that, you know, when things go wrong, they go very badly wrong indeed in Iraq.

BLITZER: We saw Saddam Hussein. He was wearing an overcoat when he was executed. He didn’t want the hood put over him. I take it these two, they did want the hood, or at least they accepted the hood being placed on their heads. They were wearing these orange jumpsuits. And, unlike Saddam Hussein, based on your eyewitness account of this video, they were certainly nervous and scared and cowering, fearful. Saddam put out that very stoic, almost courageous attitude when he was about to be killed. BURNS: Yes, you know, courage before death is an elusive thing. My guess is psychoanalysts would say that Saddam Hussein’s lack of conscience was in some way related also to his lack of fear at the end.

But these two were distinctly frightened men. You couldn’t feel — help feeling, despite all we know about their own brutalities — and they were very brutal. I mean Mr. Bandar, the one who did get hanged in the, if you will, the appropriate way, he was the head of the Revolutionary Court who sent 148 men and boys to their deaths on the gallows in the events that occurred at Dujail in 1982 after there was a failed assassination attempt against Saddam.

His trial was a mockery. There was no defense, no opportunity for these people to argue and make any kind of argument.

Tikriti, who was decapitated, was head of Mukhabarat Secret Intelligence Service. And the evidence at the trial against him was that he had personally supervised torture, including hanging one naked woman upside down and beating her personally. So it’s hard on that basis to feel too sorry for them.

But they were frightened men, and I would say particularly Mr. Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, the half-brother, who had shaved his head and his mustache. And he looked just scared half to death standing there, as well he might have been, especially if he had any sense at all of how it was going to end.

BLITZER: One final question, John, before I let you go. In your front page dispatch in today’s “New York Times”, you quote one U.S. official as saying, regarding the Iraqi government’s reaction to President Bush’s latest Iraq strategy — and I’ll quote it now — “We are being played like a pawn.”

“We are being played like a pawn.”

Bush and puppet Iraqi government are the most incompetent administrations I have ever seen. Each and everything is justified with beautiful slogans.

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Mideast Skeptics Blast Bush’s Iraq Plan.

Posted by QB on January 12, 2007

Mideast Skeptics Blast Bush’s Iraq Plan

This article is published by Forbes and the analysis of the expert is accurate. Saddam Hussein execution has complicated Iraq situation more than reaching to any peaceful settlement between Sunnis and Shias. The US if get the permission from Iraqi Prime Minister to go after Shia militia than the possibility is that they will use Kurds which will be more dangerous because it will create hatred among Shias and Kurds and that will result in further division of Iraqis into sectarian and ethnic grounds.

Mehdi militia might disappear from Sadr city before any offensive operation showing up in North which is relatively peaceful at the moment to take revenge because these Shias who want the complete control of Iraq see this as their only opportunity to hold on Iraq power.

There might be more going on behind the scenes as I remember another Shia leader Abdul-Aziz al-Hakim visited White House recently and they might have decided to bring down Nouri Al Maliki if he don’t go against Mehdi Militia. Abdul-Aziz Al Hakim is very close to Iranian government and he has his own powerful milita Badr which is more powerful than Muqtada Al Sadr miltia as they are trained in Iraq. This is very much possible that this is Nouri Al Maliki last chance to prove that he is sincere in stablizing the Iraq violent situation otherwise result will be end of his rule and the next Prime Minister will be from Abdul Aziz Al Hakim party. It will be interesting if this change take place because chances are that Badr and Mehdi militia will start fighting each other and unfortunetely we see more innocent people loosing their lives (liberated according to Bush).

I really don’t see any improvement in Iraq situation in the near future.

Pentagon memo predicts 10,000 or more American soldiers could die in Iraq by 2008.

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Bush Iraq speech. Correspondents reports from Iraq.

Posted by QB on January 11, 2007

CNN started its Bush speech coverage at 7.00 with Wolf Blitzer and Paula Zahn which ended with Anderson Cooper 360 which I watched until 11:30 PM and than went to bed. The following reports are interesting because it is giving very different perspective of what Bush said in his speech.

This is what Wolf Blitzer reported on Situation Room. In Iraq today, an influential group of Sunni Muslim scholars is blasting President Bush’s expected increase of troop levels in Iraq. The group warns that many of those troops will die, and even more innocent Iraqis will die, as well.

In Iraq, another day of car bombings, ambushes and bloodshed. Ten Iraqi Shiites returning from the Hajj in Saudi Arabia, the pilgrimage there, they were shot and killed near the Iraqi-Saudi border. Sixty bodies were found dumped around Baghdad.

And the U.S. military death toll since the start of the war has now climbed to 3,018.

CNN’s Ryan Chilcote. He’s in Baghdad. Report source cnn.com/situationroom.

RYAN CHILCOTE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Wolf, well, we start with the Iraqi military. The Iraqi military commanders that I’m speaking with certainly think that this might be a step in the right direction. They think that more U.S. troops on the streets of Baghdad, which is what they consider to be the center of gravity right now in the war, will be helpful. It will help, perhaps, clean up Baghdad from the militants.

They also think that it’s good that this new strategy includes going after the militias.

As for the Iraqi people, I think that many of them are hopeful but very skeptical. Keep in mind, they’ve seen three years of violence and they’ve seen that violence escalate over those last three years.

We also heard from at least one group that’s very influential among Iraq’s Sunni Arabs that make up about 20 percent of the population, the Association of Muslim Scholars. They don’t think it’s a good idea. They think it will only lead to more U.S. casualties there. Quite to the contrary, they’re saying that the U.S. should pull out.

We haven’t heard from any of the large — larger Shiite groups. But many of the Shiites here in Iraq will be skeptical of this. They’ve gotten used to their own militias providing security for them, like the Mahdi Army. They will not welcome a troop increase.

Finally, no one really thinks that this strategy will provide the answers, unless their government is able to win over their support, to win their trust. And, again, is in a Shiite led government, but it does not have that much support even among Iraq’s Shiites. And it has even less support among Iraq’s Sunni Arabs, that believe that this government is acting in a sectarian Shiite way and that it doesn’t have their interests in mind — Wolf.

This is what Ryan Chilcote reported on Lob Dobbs.

Ryan Chilcote reports from Baghdad.

Ryan, does anyone believe there that Prime Minister al-Maliki will actually crack down on the Shia radical Islamist terrorists?

RYAN CHILCOTE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: I think you’ve hit the nail on the head. There is a lot of trust that the prime minister, who is a Shiite, is ready to go after the Sunni-Arab insurgents. There is not as much trust that the prime minister is ready to go after the Shiite insurgents, or the Shiite militias, as they’re called here.

This prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, has been in power since the spring of 2006, and he has yet to go after those Shiite militias, yet. In fact, as you pointed out, back in October, he actually pulled U.S. troops back from an area of the city called Sadr City, where the largest Shiite militia operates. It’s called the Mehdi army.

Politically, keep in mind, this is very precarious, going after the Shiite militias, for this prime minister. His government is actually still allied at this point with the leader of that largest Shiite militia, the Mehdi army. So, he would have to change his political — the composition of his government if he really wants to do that.

Now, he — the Bush administration maintains that they have a pledge from the Iraqi prime minister that he is willing to go after the Shiite militias. But publicly, he has not said that he is ready to go after the Mehdi army — Lou.

DOBBS: The Mehdi army, which is led, of course, by Muqtada al- Sadr, who is also the sponsor and upon whom al-Maliki can base his good fortune, if you can call it that, to be the prime minister. There has been no indication whatsoever that he would back off from al-Sadr or that he would go after his militia.

How quickly could that operation be put into effect to disarm the militia in Sadr City?

CHILCOTE: Well, it would take a lot of planning and a lot of troops. And I think that Sadr City would not be the first place that the U.S. troops and the Iraqi troops would go.

You know, they have this Baghdad security plan which calls for them to go into all of the neighborhoods in the Iraq capital and disarm everyone, including the Mehdi army. But I would think that the — you know, the Iraqi commanders that I have been talking to, they suggest that that wouldn’t be the first place they’d want to go.

They’d want to amass their troops, the Iraqi troops. They need to bring three more brigades of Iraqi troops in, and they’d probably like to see some more of those U.S. troops on hand before they go after the Mehdi army, because they’re going to need a lot of troops to do it. It’s probably going to be a very big fight.

DOBBS: A very big fight. Is it one that the Iraqis have the stomach for?

CHILCOTE: It is questioned whether the Iraqi government has the stomach for it. I think a lot of the Iraqi people have the stomach for it. I think that the Iraqi army has the stomach for it.

I was just talking to the deputy chief of staff of the Iraqi army. He thinks that if they go in there with the U.S. troops, that the Mehdi army will run. Obviously, there a lot people who don’t think that. But it is — it is possible that we could see this. But even before we see a crackdown, we’re going to have to see some steps by the Iraqi government that suggests that this is even something that they’re ready to do.

For example, there are six members of the government right now from Sadr’s bloc, who leads the Mehdi army. You would think that the Iraqi government would want to get rid of those ministers before they go after the Mehdi army — Lou. Source : cnn.com/loudobbs

The most interesting report come from John Burns of New York Times on Anderson Cooper 360 last night.

Joining me now live from Baghdad, John Burns of “The New York Times”.

John, listening to the president’s speech, are you surprised by how much faith this president is putting in Prime Minister al-Maliki?

JOHN BURNS, “THE NEW YORK TIMES”: Exactly, yes. If I tell you, Anderson, that we’ve been hearing from Maliki’s people now for weeks that they did not want more American troops, because they felt that that would constrain them. That is to say the present Iraqi government in the use of the Iraqi army.

I think it gives you a hint as to what the direction of the president — of the government is.

I think that there are — there are profound reasons to believe that Mr. Maliki, a Shiite leader, a Shiite religious leader has a different agenda than President Bush does.

And that agenda involves pressing the Shiite sectarian interest rather than the unifying interest. Mr. Bush seems to be taking it to some extent on faith that Mr. Maliki will do now what he has promised and failed to do in for past eight months.

But I don’t see anything in the Bush plan that is going to compel or require Mr. Maliki to move away from his position of non- compliance, if you will, from the — from the past many months.

COOPER: It’s interesting you say that, because this White House just today, Dan Bartlett, spokesman for the president, was on all the morning shows, saying that essentially this is an Iraqi plan and the U.S. is just supporting it. You’re saying that basically this is not an Iraqi plan. If anything, this is different than what many in the Iraqi government want.

BURNS: I think it’s a very uncomfortable hybrid of both plans. Mr. Maliki went to Amman, the Jordanian capital, two months ago to tell Mr. Bush that he wanted control of this war and he wanted American troops out of Baghdad on the periphery.

He’s going to get at least nominal control of the war, but he’s going to get more American troops. And they’re going to be right in the heart of Baghdad, and they’re going to be watching very carefully what Mr. Maliki’s troops are going to be doing.

It seems to me, as I say, this is a very — a very uncomfortable marriage of two contending agendas. And it is far from clear to me how this is going to be made to work.

COOPER: Maliki made some statements today, saying essentially that they would go after these militias? Is that to be taken at face value? Can he go after these militias? Can he lessen the power of Muqtada al-Sadr? Can he disarm them?

BURNS: Well, if he did, it would be an about-face. He’s been saying that for months. He’s not saying anything different in the last few days than he said when he took office in May. But he just didn’t do it.

And when you look at the political arithmetic here, it’s not hard to see why he doesn’t. He depends on Muqtada al-Sadr, the most powerful of the Shiite militia leaders, for his position as prime minister. Thirty votes in parliament to keep him there as prime minister. Very difficult to see how he’s going to break with that.

And then you — behind that you have to know what Shiite politicians have been saying to us, people very closely associated with Mr. Maliki now, for quite a long time. They want the Americans to step aside, and they want history, as they see it, to take its course.

As one Shiite parliamentarian put it to us, the minority have to be allowed to lose, the minority being the Sunnis. The Shiites feel that it’s their turn in history and that they have to firmly establish their unchallengeable control.

Not at all what the Americans want. They want a unity government. They want far reaching concessions to Sunnis. Set out in the Bush plan, they want a new oil law. They want a militia law. They want a de-Ba’athification law that’s a lot more generous to Sunnis. Source : cnn.com/andersoncooper

The purpose of Bush speech was to get the support for his already lost war and again according to these reports he lied to American people. Maliki do not want additional troops, Sunnis don’t welcome additional troops, Shias don’t want additional troops, Gen. John Abizaid, Gen. Casey don’t want more American troops, majority of Americans infact 61% don’t want see the number of troops increase in Iraq, but still Bush worst tyrant than Saddam Hussein is going with his plan to increase the number of troops and escalate the war.

The other fact which is reported by independent media that the number of foreign fighters are in very small number but Bush again lied with straight face that they are fighting Al Qaeda (Al Qaida) in Iraq. According to independent media report Resistance is all Iraqis who are fighting the occupation troops for their real liberation.

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Bush speech.

Posted by QB on January 11, 2007

There was nothing new in last night Bush speech the same old stuff wrapped around words which stick “democracy” “freedom” “our way of life” “victory” “terror” “war on terror” and he used these words many times and ofcouse “Saddam Hussein” out of power is very good for the world and the world is better off after his death. Bush very extremely neverous when he started the speech become somewhat relaxed but through out his whole speech it was evident that he himself does not believe what he is saying a man without confidence.

There is plenty more to write about Bush last night speech because some of the reporters reported very interesting stuff from Iraq and I will get to that when get time hopefully this afternoon or evening.

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Western Democracy is good.

Posted by QB on January 9, 2007

US has opened a new front in Somalia with military attacks which are reported to be against Al Qaeda but most probably it will kill innocent Somali civilians. Iraq situation is the same since the US illegal invasion of the country and the Bush mafia has opened one more front all in the name of “Democracy” “Freedom” and “Protecting the American way of life”. Western Democracy is the only peaceful way for this world is another lie by the corrupt elected head of States of these countries and am sick of this propaganda. The history proves otherwise that the so called civilized Western countries had killed more people by occupying the countries in Asia, Africa, South America, Central America and Middle East that no terrorists group can reach to their limit of brutalities.

US had evil Communists before evil Muslims. The US Vietnam and Korea war was against this very evil Communists who were threat to America way of life and freedom.


  • ~2,000,000 to 4,000,000 Killed (The Vietnam’s Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs released figures on April 3, 1995 claimed that nearly 2 million civilians in the north and 2 million in the south were killed between 1954 and 1975.
  • ~3,000,000 affected by Agent Orange
  • Korea

    600,000 Korean soldiers died in the conflict according to U.S. estimates. About one million South Koreans were killed, 85% of them civilians. According to figures published in the Soviet Union, 11.1% of the total population of North Korea died, which indicates that around 1,130,000 people were killed. The total casualties were about 2,500,000. More than 80% of the industrial and public facilities and transportation infrastructure, three-quarters of all government buildings, and half of all housing was destroyed.

  • US the good Civilized Western Democracy dropped two Atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. By December of 1945, thousands had died from their injuries and radiation poisoning, bringing the total killed in Hiroshima in 1945 to perhaps 140,000.[17] In the years between 1950 and 1990, it is statistically estimated that hundreds of deaths are attributable to radiation exposure among atomic bomb survivors from both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. According to some estimates, about 70,000 of Nagasaki’s 240,000 residents were killed instantly,[30] and up to 60,000 were injured.
  • Reagan Contra killed 30,000 Nicaragua civilians.
  • Present Iraq war killed 665,000 civilians so far since illegal invasion.
  • Present Afghanistan estimated over 100,000 civilians killed.

All the figures are taken from Wikipedia.org and this is just very brief history of US alone leaving out all other killings by Britain, Spain, France the civilized democratic government which killed and oppressed millions.

This is the one side of good Western Democracy the other side which is social justice within their countries is as ugly as their wars.

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Libya to build statue of Saddam.

Posted by QB on January 6, 2007

Libya has said it will build a statue of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, executed in Baghdad on Saturday. It would show him standing on the gallows with a Libyan resistance leader who fought Italian occupation, executed in 1931, Libya’s Jana news agency said.

Libya declared three days of mourning after Saddam Hussein’s death and cancelled public celebrations around the Eid religious holiday.

He was sentenced to death after being convicted of crimes against humanity.

An Iraqi court handed down the sentence in November after a year-long trial over the killings of 148 Shias from the town of Dujail in the 1980s.

Iraq’s prime minister hailed the execution, but it also sparked protests among Sunni communities in the country.

Correspondents say the news was met with a mixture of surprise and anger in some parts of the Arab world.

On the eve of the hanging, Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi said Saddam Hussein was a prisoner of war who must be tried by Iraq’s invaders, the US and Britain, according to Reuters news agency.

Flags on Libyan government buildings flew at half-mast following his death.

Source : BBC.

Bush will announce his new Iraq policy next week which will be increasing the number of US troops in Iraq with additional 20,000. This is very interesting and nobody is paying attention what Bush is saying since he invaded Iraq that his Iraq policy is based on consultation with US military commanders and now he is going against Gen. John Abizaid and Gen. Casey who believe that increasing the number of US troops is not the solution of Iraq present mess. Gen. John Abizaid was testifying to Senate where he disagree strongly with Sen. John McCain who wanted the number of US troops increased to curb the present violent situation. Gen. John Abizaid is retired and Gen. Casey is no longer the commander in Iraq and Bush is going against his Generals advice who do not believe that increased number of troops will help stabilized the violent situation.

When Bush invaded Iraq and Afghanistan my opinion was that they can’t win the wars and they will face very tough resistance in both countries and that is what happening in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush mafia has already lost both wars in Iraq and Afghanistan politically and militarily. Bush mafia has destabilize the whole region with one clear winner is Iran. Mahmoud Ahmadinjad government is enjoying the benefits of failed Iraq invasion. Iranians worst enemy is murdered by Iraqi puppet government and US. The Iraq power is now in the hands of Iraqi Shi’ites which will have more close relationship with neighboring Iran because of their religious ties than US. The question is what benefit Bush mafia get after spending 500 billion dollars, Saddam Hussein death, destruction and killing of one million Iraqis and the hatred towards US in Middle East and all around the world.

What’s next? Increased number of US troops will be very much welcome and celebrated by Iraqi Resistance who will have more targets on the roads.

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Pictures : Iraqi Reaction on Saddam Hussein execution.

Posted by QB on January 3, 2007

This anger among Sunnis will grow with time on Saddam Hussein execution by Puppet Iraqi government on Bush wish.

Source : Reuters Pictures.

His grave in the future will turn into shrine of great Arab leader who die for his country with dignity with braverly with a smile on his face. Bush stupidity has no limits who invaded Iraq with stupid assumptions and since than Bush mafia are making mistakes which could have been avioded to improve Iraq present violence and killings.

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Thousands flock to Saddam’s grave.

Posted by QB on January 2, 2007


By Steven R Hurst, Baghdad, Iraq
THOUSANDS of Iraqis went to Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Ouja yesterday, where the deposed leader was buried in a religious compound 24 hours after his execution.

Dozens of relatives and other mourners, some of them crying and moaning, attended the interment shortly before dawn near Tikrit, 80 miles north of Baghdad. A few knelt before his flag-draped grave. A large framed photograph of Saddam was propped up on a chair nearby.

“I condemn the way he was executed and I consider it a crime,” said 45-year-old Salam Hassan al-Nasseri, one of Saddam’s clansmen who attended the interment.


Mohammed Natiq, a 24-year-old college student, said: “God has decided that Saddam Hussein should have such an end, but his march and the course which he followed will not end.”

Gunmen took to the streets, carrying pictures of Saddam, shooting into the air and calling for vengeance.

His burial place is about two miles from the graves of his sons, Odai and Qusai, in the main town cemetery. The sons and a grandson were killed in a gunbattle with American forces in Mosul in July 2003.

On Saturday, Iraqis awoke to television images of a noose being slipped over Saddam’s neck and his white-shrouded body, the pre-dawn work of black-hooded hangmen.

In Baghdad’s Shi’ite neighbourhood of Sadr City on Saturday, victims of his three decades of autocratic rule took to the streets to celebrate, dancing, beating drums and hanging Saddam in effigy.

There was no sign of a feared Sunni uprising in retaliation for the execution.

The bloodshed from civil warfare on Saturday was not far off the daily average — 92 from bombings and death squads.

Source Link : Irish Examiner.com

Thousands flocking the grave of Saddam Hussein immediately after his burial than the chances are that it will be millions in near future. The Saddam Hussein era of great Arab leader begins where he will live in the minds and hearts of millions of Arabs.

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Saddam Hussein execution. Reaction.

Posted by QB on January 2, 2007

I very strongly reacted on Saddam Hussein execution where majority of the people on the blogs were celebrating his death. I oppose death sentence, it was really said that Saddam Hussein was murdered by the court under US occupation. This trial was not fair since the very beginning, appointing Judges who had the grudge against him and they had already made up their minds to kill him before the trial ended. I am glad to see that am not the only person who believe that Saddam Hussein execution was political murder with Robert Fisk and Tariq Ali has written excellent articles and there are plenty of people who do share my point of view.

It is not surprise that Indian journalists are more truthful and courageous who did criticize Saddam Hussein execution and it is absolutely no surprise to see the same Western Media propaganda is getting published by Arab media and there is no condemnation of this political murder by the puppet rulers of the socalled Muslim countries which includes Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia and not even from Malaysia. Iran is in US camp celebrating Saddam Hussein murder.

It is sad to see the rulers of these so called Muslim nations obey Bush and his White House more than they obey the commands of God. They fear White House more than God.

Saddam Hussein face his death with dignity courage and smile on his face with the rope tied on his neck facing insults from the guards until he die. Saddam Hussein only wish was to go into Arab history and be remembered as great leader come true with this stupid execution by puppet Iraqi government and Bush regime. The pictures of Saddam Hussein will play a very positive role in the future in making him martyr who was killed by evil occupation military.

Saddam Hussein grave in Iraq future will represent courage and bravery and will inspire millions of common Arabs just like Che Guevara death in Latin America which still live and inspired common people to take control of their government and I wish and hope that what the common Arabs with do with their puppet government.

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Robert Fisk: A dictator created then destroyed by America.

Posted by QB on January 1, 2007

Saddam to the gallows. It was an easy equation. Who could be more deserving of that last walk to the scaffold – that crack of the neck at the end of a rope – than the Beast of Baghdad, the Hitler of the Tigris, the man who murdered untold hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis while spraying chemical weapons over his enemies? Our masters will tell us in a few hours that it is a “great day” for Iraqis and will hope that the Muslim world will forget that his death sentence was signed – by the Iraqi “government”, but on behalf of the Americans – on the very eve of the Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice, the moment of greatest forgiveness in the Arab world.

But history will record that the Arabs and other Muslims and, indeed, many millions in the West, will ask another question this weekend, a question that will not be posed in other Western newspapers because it is not the narrative laid down for us by our presidents and prime ministers – what about the other guilty men?

No, Tony Blair is not Saddam. We don’t gas our enemies. George W Bush is not Saddam. He didn’t invade Iran or Kuwait. He only invaded Iraq. But hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians are dead – and thousands of Western troops are dead – because Messrs Bush and Blair and the Spanish Prime Minister and the Italian Prime Minister and the Australian Prime Minister went to war in 2003 on a potage of lies and mendacity and, given the weapons we used, with great brutality.

In the aftermath of the international crimes against humanity of 2001 we have tortured, we have murdered, we have brutalised and killed the innocent – we have even added our shame at Abu Ghraib to Saddam’s shame at Abu Ghraib – and yet we are supposed to forget these terrible crimes as we applaud the swinging corpse of the dictator we created.

Who encouraged Saddam to invade Iran in 1980, which was the greatest war crime he has committed for it led to the deaths of a million and a half souls? And who sold him the components for the chemical weapons with which he drenched Iran and the Kurds? We did. No wonder the Americans, who controlled Saddam’s weird trial, forbad any mention of this, his most obscene atrocity, in the charges against him. Could he not have been handed over to the Iranians for sentencing for this massive war crime? Of course not. Because that would also expose our culpability.

And the mass killings we perpetrated in 2003 with our depleted uranium shells and our “bunker buster” bombs and our phosphorous, the murderous post-invasion sieges of Fallujah and Najaf, the hell-disaster of anarchy we unleashed on the Iraqi population in the aftermath of our “victory” – our “mission accomplished” – who will be found guilty of this? Such expiation as we might expect will come, no doubt, in the self-serving memoirs of Blair and Bush, written in comfortable and wealthy retirement.

Hours before Saddam’s death sentence, his family – his first wife, Sajida, and Saddam’s daughter and their other relatives – had given up hope.

“Whatever could be done has been done – we can only wait for time to take its course,” one of them said last night. But Saddam knew, and had already announced his own “martyrdom”: he was still the president of Iraq and he would die for Iraq. All condemned men face a decision: to die with a last, grovelling plea for mercy or to die with whatever dignity they can wrap around themselves in their last hours on earth. His last trial appearance – that wan smile that spread over the mass-murderer’s face – showed us which path Saddam intended to walk to the noose.

I have catalogued his monstrous crimes over the years. I have talked to the Kurdish survivors of Halabja and the Shia who rose up against the dictator at our request in 1991 and who were betrayed by us – and whose comrades, in their tens of thousands, along with their wives, were hanged like thrushes by Saddam’s executioners.

I have walked round the execution chamber of Abu Ghraib – only months, it later transpired, after we had been using the same prison for a few tortures and killings of our own – and I have watched Iraqis pull thousands of their dead relatives from the mass graves of Hilla. One of them has a newly-inserted artificial hip and a medical identification number on his arm. He had been taken directly from hospital to his place of execution. Like Donald Rumsfeld, I have even shaken the dictator’s soft, damp hand. Yet the old war criminal finished his days in power writing romantic novels.

It was my colleague, Tom Friedman – now a messianic columnist for The New York Times – who perfectly caught Saddam’s character just before the 2003 invasion: Saddam was, he wrote, “part Don Corleone, part Donald Duck”. And, in this unique definition, Friedman caught the horror of all dictators; their sadistic attraction and the grotesque, unbelievable nature of their barbarity.

But that is not how the Arab world will see him. At first, those who suffered from Saddam’s cruelty will welcome his execution. Hundreds wanted to pull the hangman’s lever. So will many other Kurds and Shia outside Iraq welcome his end. But they – and millions of other Muslims – will remember how he was informed of his death sentence at the dawn of the Eid al-Adha feast, which recalls the would-be sacrifice by Abraham, of his son, a commemoration which even the ghastly Saddam cynically used to celebrate by releasing prisoners from his jails. “Handed over to the Iraqi authorities,” he may have been before his death. But his execution will go down – correctly – as an American affair and time will add its false but lasting gloss to all this – that the West destroyed an Arab leader who no longer obeyed his orders from Washington, that, for all his wrongdoing (and this will be the terrible get-out for Arab historians, this shaving away of his crimes) Saddam died a “martyr” to the will of the new “Crusaders”.

When he was captured in November of 2003, the insurgency against American troops increased in ferocity. After his death, it will redouble in intensity again. Freed from the remotest possibility of Saddam’s return by his execution, the West’s enemies in Iraq have no reason to fear the return of his Baathist regime. Osama bin Laden will certainly rejoice, along with Bush and Blair. And there’s a thought. So many crimes avenged.

But we will have got away with it.

Source : The Independent Online UK.


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