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Is Osama Bin Laden Really Dead?

Posted by QB on May 2, 2011

Is he really dead? Burried at the sea near Abbottabad? There is no sea near Abbottabad. What was the rush to burry him so quickly?

If he is really dead than stop killing civilians in Nothern Pakistan and Afghanistan. Declare victory on your so called “War on Terror” and get out of Afghanistan, Iraq, stop killing Gaddafi sons and his grand childrens. Stop US “Terror” on Muslim world.

The images of dead Osama Bin Landen does not look like Osama Bin Laden, the nose is different, the beard does not match. There is something US is not telling the truth.

This report come when Barak Obama was in deep political trouble with is low approval ratings with all the chances to lose 2012 election. There is something wrong and US is not telling the truth.

Pakistan map Abbottabad is North of Islamabad and there is no sea in NWFP, the sea down south in Karachi also at Gawadar Balouchistan Province.

Update latter, hope to see Obama approval ratings go up. US citizens will forget the shit economy, jobs, declining US Dollar, they are all beaming with joy right now chanting USA USA for killing someone who has beard like Osama Bin Laden. We are never going to find out who was killed because US has put the body in the sea. DNA tests to me are fake just like WMD in Iraq, Collin Powell General Assembly stunt showing bottle of anthrax.

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Benazir Bhutto is behind two bomb blasts. 145 dead over 550 injured.

Posted by QB on October 18, 2007

Two bomb blasts killed 130 people and injured over 550 at Benazir Bhutto welcome procession. These people died because this corrupt politician wanted to make her return a big deal to show off her support and popularity. Benazir Bhutto is corrupt politician knowingly that there are threats of suicide attack did not ask her supporters not to come as a precaution to save their lives, if she really cares about the poor peoples lives. She also know that any attack on her procession will give her enormous sympathy and support by ignorant people. This attack goes in her benefit with her corrupt husband blaming Pervez Musharraf government, tomorrow she will appear in press conference with tears in her eyes for her supporters who had lost their lives for no good reason. There is really something wrong with these bombs blasts, know to go to the safe room ten minutes before blast. It was not miracle that Benazir Bhutto escaped unhurt. She planned her this way, go down in bullet proof and maybe shock proof double cabin before the blasts. She was inside the small cabin build around the large cabin completely safe and secured. Her party planned these attacks very intelligently. She was traveling in the open truck surrounded by her supporters but ten minutes before she went down in specially build room in the truck. Why she decided to go into special room suddenly? The picture of that room after the blast show that she did not had a scratch and than she left the scene in protected car to home leaving behind all the injured and dead idiots. It was a surprise for me that there were women children dancing and signing for a women who lost power two times on corruption charges.

Pervez Musharraf government provided the best security for Benazir Bhutto safety to avoid any such incident,M the government did not wanted any act of violence to happen because it is not in their interest. Pervez Musharraf is in deep trouble with violence in NWFP, religious parties opposition, opposition from another corrupt Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif so he wanted Benazir Bhutto arrival as peaceful as possible. These bomb blasts give her big advantage, which she will keep playing till election day, to divert the public attention from her coming back with White House blessing promising USA to fight their war on terror and handover Dr. A. Qadeer Khan to IAEA for questioning.

The loyal stupid dispersing supporter of her start burning gas stations after the blasts. The people died get severe injuries for their stupidity, they are all have no brains to realize that their political leaders are using them as footsteps to climb to power. The sad news for me was that 5 year old little angel girl dead because of her parents stupidity. The idiots who killed in these two bomb blasts are praised by their corrupt leader, calling them the people who sacrifice their lives for “democracy” which was their duty to protect her because she considered herself “DEMOCRACY”. When she is in power its “DEMOCRACY” all other governments are dictatorship.

The Pakistan private channels did reported the incident without actually analyzing the incident. The facts are that Benezir Bhutto and her supporters know the threat of suicide bombing attacks and it is really sad that she did not advice her supporter not to showup in large number if she really cares about the lost of lives of common poor people. Benazir Bhutto chose to make it most spectacular political circus at the cost of human lives. The journalists and the political pundits if analyze this honestly then it will become clear that these bombings helped her to gain public sympathy, in other words this incident helped her cause by diverting the attention of general public from the main issue that she is coming back to Pakistan with blessing from White House, promising to make Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan available to IAEA for questioning on nuclear issue. Benazir Bhutto get the power by portraying herself as victim twice before, lost the power on corruption charges, is not real solution for Pakistan future.

The bomb according to bomb squad expert was thirty pounds which could not easily hidden under cloths and the person wearing the thirty pounds explosives also could not walk normally without getting noticed. The media reported this as suicide bombing carried out by Taliban and Al Qaida to please Bush regime.
Benazir Bhutto admit that she had the knowledge of suicide attacks. Read this news. Pakistan’s Bhutto Says She Had Forewarning of Attacks.

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Lal Masjid Reaction.

Posted by QB on July 12, 2007

Pervez Musharraf vowed to eradicate extremism from every part of country. The immediate strong reaction coming out from North Western Frontier Province. There are more than dozens suicide attacks reported so far killing 35 people including 17 soldiers and police. There were very small demonstration in few other cities without any violence. This does not mean that there will not be any bigger demonstration in Pakistan. All the religious parties have given call for demonstration on Friday which ofcourse will be after prayers where all the Imams will be giving fiery sermons for the people to join the demonstrations. Tomorrow will be the day to keep an eye on Pakistan news and see how much momentum they get from these demonstrations.

The majority of the students in Lal Masjid and Jamia Hafsa were from NWFP so the dead students caused anger in that province. Also Ayman Al Zahawari was quick to release his audio tape calling to start jihad against Pervez Musharraf government.

There were few rallies and demonstrations reported from Frontier Province. The religious parties right now looks like failed to gain large political and religious all around the country. These religious parties will keep Abdul Rasheed Ghazi issue alive trying to cash on his martyrdom thats what all religious leaders are calling him. Pervez Musharraf should have given the strict orders to arrest Abdul Rasheed Ghazi alive which was in the best interest of his government but it looks like power take common sense away. Dead Abdul Rasheed Ghazi death made him martyr and there is a possibility that this can turn into effective movement against Pervez Musharraf government. This is always happen Nouri Al Maliki and Bush regime stupidity had made Saddam Hussein a brave strong Arab leader and martyr.

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Bush Iraq War In Trouble. Al Qaida Back In News. Way to go!!!

Posted by QB on July 12, 2007

 

This report is published by associated press which makes no sense instead it raised many question in my mind.

A counterterrorism official familiar with a five-page summary of the document — titled “Al-Qaida better positioned to strike the West” — called it a stark appraisal. The analysis will be part of a broader meeting at the White House today about an upcoming National Intelligence Estimate.The findings suggests that the network that launched the most devastating terror attack on U.S. soil has been able to regroup despite nearly six years of bombings, war and other tactics aimed at dismantling it.

Who are these counterterrism officials who are so brain dead who believed that invading Afghanistan and Iraq will destroy Al Qaida ideology? These counterterrorism experts looks like have no analytic abilities to analyze the Al Qaida or terrorism correctly. These socalled counterterrorism experts failed to see that Al Qaida ideology has gained more support and popularity with Bush invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. The bombing mostly killed innocent unarmed children women and men not the Al Qaida members, so anybody who believes that Bush “war on terror” has damaged Al Qaida is an idiot. The fact is Al Qaida is getting more recruits from the bombed civilians.

And Chertoff repeated that today during appearances on morning television news shows. But in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show, he also said officials believe “we’re entering a period” of increased risk.

Asked on ABC’s “Good Morning America” to explain al-Qaida’s continuing strength nearly six years after the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States, Chertoff said, “It reflects the fact that just as we improve our defenses, the enemy tries to improve its defenses and rebuild itself.”

Al-Qaida is “considerably operationally stronger than a year ago” and has “regrouped to an extent not seen since 2001,” the counterterrorism official said, paraphrasing the report’s conclusions. “They are showing greater and greater ability to plan attacks in Europe and the United States.”

The group also has created “the most robust training program since 2001, with an interest in using European operatives,” the official quoted the report as saying.

Chertoff has the gut feeling that Al Qaida will attack US with no proof of real threat. This looks like Chertoff is trying to create fear among ill-informed Americans to rally support for Iraq war which Bush regime needs desperately right now. Chertoff I am sure will not explain why he believe Al Qaida is stronger and has the ability to attack Europe and USA because it is classified information for the security of the nation.

John Kringen, who heads the CIA’s analysis directorate, echoed the concerns about al-Qaida’s resurgence during testimony and conversations with reporters at a House Armed Services Committee hearing on Wednesday.

“They seem to be fairly well settled into the safe haven and the ungoverned spaces of Pakistan,” Kringen testified. “We see more training. We see more money. We see more communications. We see that activity rising.”

The threat assessment comes as the 16 U.S. intelligence agencies prepare a National Intelligence Estimate focusing on threats to the United States. A senior intelligence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity while the high-level analysis was being completed, said the document has been in the works for roughly two years.

John Kringen testimony does not makes sense at all and the House Armed Services Committee looks like bunch of idiots who did not asked him when they have physical evidence and the location of all Al Qaida activities than why the US government did not ask Pervez Musharraf to take action. Pervez Musarraf government is at the breaking poiint right now with Lal Masjid and the Tribal Elders issuing ultimatum to dismantle all the Military checks posts in tribal areas by July 15 otherwise they will break the peace treaty. This report mentioned the peace treaty signed by Federal government and the Tribal Elders is the main cause of escalating Al Qaida threat. These analysts have to look at the tribal area history that they were never in control of Federal government and Pervez Musharraf can only do little without offending their way of life to avoid all out war.

The Bush administration has repeatedly cited al-Qaida as a key justification for continuing the fight in Iraq.

“The No. 1 enemy in Iraq is al-Qaida,” White House press secretary Tony Snow said Wednesday. “Al-Qaida continues to be the chief organizer of mayhem within Iraq.”

The findings could bolster the president’s hand at a moment when support on Capitol Hill for the war is eroding and the administration is struggling to defend its decision for a military buildup in Iraq.

The report is all about providing credibility and support for Bush Iraq war.

Al Qaida ideology can only be eliminated and destroyed with US and European governments if they stop rejecting to discuss the issue and try to resolve them instead of shutting down all doors of discussion with their arrogant slogan “We don’t negotiate with terrorists”. Killing Osama Bin Laden or Ayman Al Zahawari will not eliminate terrorism, the Afghanistan and Iraq occupation will not eliminate terrorism, unconditional US and European support will not eliminate terrorism. These are all the problems which was very badly handled by an idiot President who believed invasion and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq is the solution which infact has escalated the violence and terrorism.

Anybody know how can I get counterterrorism expert consultant job with Bush regime for only 1 billion dollar per annum. I can do the better job than these idiots who called themselves terrorism and Osama Bin Laden Al Qaida experts.

Source Link : Intelligence officials see new risks from al-Qaida

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Venezuela, Cuba Criticize US Over Release of Carriles.

Posted by QB on May 10, 2007

Source : VOA.

Venezuela and Cuba have accused the United States of harboring a terrorist after a U.S. federal judge dropped immigration fraud charges against Cuban-born former CIA operative Luis Posada Carriles.

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro repeated his government’s demand Wednesday for the extradition of the 79-year-old Posada Carriles. Maduro spoke in Venezuela at a joint news conference with Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque.

Perez Roque said Posada Carriles’ release shows what Cuban minister called the hypocrisy of the U.S. government.

Posada Carriles is wanted in Cuba and Venezuela, where he is accused of plotting the 1976 bombing of a Cuban jetliner that killed 73 people. He denies any wrongdoing.

On Tuesday, the judge in El Paso, Texas dismissed an indictment against Posada Carriles. She said statements Posada Carriles made that were to be used against him at his trial had been improperly obtained.

Tuesday’s move came three days before Posada Carriles was scheduled to go on trial on charges that he illegally entered the United States in 2005.

Prosecutors are reviewing the judge’s decision.

The Cuban-born Posada Carriles is a naturalized Venezuelan citizen.

U.S. Democratic Party Congressman Bill Delahunt issued a statement Wednesday calling on President Bush to detain Posada Carriles. Delahunt said unless President Bush takes action, the world will conclude that his administration has a double standard when it comes to fighting terrorism.

The senator said Posada Carriles’ release could be catastrophic to U.S. efforts to rally other nations to fight al Qaeda, especially in the Muslim world where he said some view Osama bin Laden as a similar hero.

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Afghan senate calls for direct talks with Taliban.

Posted by QB on May 8, 2007

This is interesting news and much more appropriate intelligent than invading Afghanistan.

KABUL (Reuters) – Afghanistan’s government should hold direct talks with the resurgent Taliban and other opposition forces, the senate voted on Tuesday, in a bid to end the rising bloodshed in the country.

USSR appointed many puppet as the Afghanistan ruler who were as unpopular as Hamid Karzai who eventully were killed by Afghans.

I really don’t have time right to to write more on this interesting news story, maybe some other time.

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Iraq.

Posted by QB on April 23, 2007

Iraq is still the hottest issue in US politics and after reading Jack’s comments decided to add this post after very long absence. I personally opposed the invasion of Afghanistan as well as Iraq because according to my analysis it would be mistake to invade these countries in the name of fighting “war on terror”. There were diplomatic solutions even in Afghanistan where all these killings and destruction could have be avoided. Talibans asked Bush regime to show them Osama Bin Laden involvement in 9/11 attack and they will hand over Osama Bin Laden to international criminal court. But we all know that Bush was flying high on polls arrogantly rejected this reasonable offer with stupid reasoning that the proof is the matter of “national security”. How could proof of some crime can be matter of “national security”? I really did not understand this at that time and still trying to figure out why Bush regime insists of keeping hundreds of people without charging them with any crime or showing the evidence of their involvement. Had Bush regime not turned down Taliban reasonable offer the world would have been better place and the “war on terror” could really have made progress because Osama Bin Laden would have lost all sympathies and support which he is getting by US invasion of Afghanistan. Bush as we all know really have much knowledge about culture, history of Afghanistan and Iraq did not know that Afghans has the history of fighting foreign occupation for decades and that’s exactly what they are doing now.

Iraq invasion was the biggest mistake after Afghanistan which turned the majority of the common Muslims against US. Bush regime invaded Iraq with lies and news network media with Ted Turner telling Wolf Blitzer that CNN has sold this war on prime time. The same news Anchors who were pushing for Iraq invasion has now turned against this war including Wolf Blitzer, Lou Dobbs, Paula Zahn.

Bush regime is good when it comes to slogans and sound bites are now using “They will follow us if we leave Iraq”. This is the most absurd reason because the truth is that Iraqis never attacked US never had the capability to attack US in the past or they will have the capability to attack US in future.

Iraq now politicised with both Democrats and Republicans are using to rally support for the next election. Bush promised to keep fighting this lost war as long as he is in White House. There are only few Democrats who had the courage to oppose this unnecessary bloody war since begining and I have lots of respect for them. Dennis Kucinich, Sen. Kennedy are the most prominent opponent of Iraq war and they know that there will be no victory what Bush hopes with escalation of troops. Michael Ware reporting from Baghdad the other day told Wolf Blitzer that Generals thinkg that there is no military solution of Iraq and Gen. Petraeus don’t know whether the escalation of troops will bring the desired stability until late summer.

The majority of people are worried about the deaths of their troops, don’t they know that when they go to war they will get killed and injured. Lou Dobbs is now worried about the rising casualties rate in Iraq should have read my blog where I predicted exactly this with the troops escalation.

There is unfortunately no solution which can bring stability and peace in Iraq. Bush is never tired of praising the new puppet Iraqi government which to him is the greatest victory, to me is another failure of Iraq invasion which has given power to sectarian religious groups by toppling down Iraq secular government.

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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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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.

Vietnam

  • ~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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Taliban commander vows bloody 2007 in Afghanistan.

Posted by QB on January 2, 2007

This news is published by AlterNet.org and all following quotes are extracted from their news story.

The Taliban will step up attacks on foreign troops in Afghanistan this year and kill anyone who negotiates with the government, a top rebel commander said on Tuesday. Taliban commander Mullah Dadullah said the new year would see more attacks on NATO and U.S. forces.

“Suicide and guerrilla attacks on NATO, American and coalition forces will continue and increase this year. The Taliban will inflict heavy casualties on them,” Dadullah told Reuters by satellite telephone from an undisclosed location.

Dadullah said the Taliban had used a winter lull in fighting to draw up new war plans to inflict maximum damage on foreign forces. Afghan fighting traditionally falls off during the bitter winter when snow blocks mountain passes.

“They will soon come to know about the Taliban’s strength and war strategy. We will attack with such a force they will have no time to settle,” Dadullah said. The rebel commander ruled out any negotiations while foreign troops were in the country and threatened dire consequences for anyone who did so. “Those who negotiate in the name of the Taliban will be killed,” he said. He did not elaborate. The government has a reconciliation programme aimed at persuading Taliban members to give up their fight and rejoin society but few insurgents have taken up the offer. Some Afghan politicians have said peace will be impossible unless elements of the Taliban are included in talks. A Taliban spokesman said last month the rebels might take part in planned tribal councils that Pakistan and Afghanistan aim to hold on both sides of the Afghan-Pakistani border. But other Taliban members quickly denied there was any chance of the insurgents attending the councils. Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar was reported to have denounced the proposed meetings as an American trick in a message last week.

Afghanistan front will be quiet during the winter because of severe cold weather and winter always is family time for Afghans and it is also evident they will be doing planning and setting up their war strategy. Bush regime will try to promote its propaganda that everything is under NATA occupation troops and Talebans have gone into hiding and defeated which ofcourse will only accepted by the idiots who have no knowledge about the region and Afghans mentality who had the desire and will to continue this war for decades. Afghanistan will go into background for the time being with all the emphasis will be on Iraq and I am still waiting for Bush regime next move which could be increasing the number of US troops but that will backfire will not solve any of the mess Bush stupidity has created with invading that country.

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Afghanistan war is very much alive.

Posted by QB on January 1, 2007

We don’t hear anything about civilian deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq wars on mainstream media. Bush another misadventure which is also not going very well for US and their allies. This report published by ZNet is an example of truthful journalism.

Media blind to Afghan civilian deaths.

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Saddam Hussein murdered.

Posted by QB on December 30, 2006

Saddam Hussein trail by Kangaroo Court come to an end with this murder in the name of “freedom” and “democracy”. Saddam Hussein was hanged to death early Saturday morning which actually was on the day of Muslims religious Haj holiday. Anderson Cooper was talking to one fat UN Iraqi Ambassador who keep repeating that this is something that is very good for the future of Iraq. This fat Iraqi UN Ambassador keep repeating Bush regime lies that Saddam Hussein gased his own people and he also blamed Saddam Hussein for all the people who killed in wars with Iran. The CIA investigation findings were that it was Iran’s chemical weapons which killed Kurds not Saddam Hussein.

Bush who invaded Iraq without any valid reason has murdered approximately 1 million Iraqis since 2003 so why don’t we put him under trial for these brutal murders.

These Sunnis and Shias are brainless uncivilized violent animals who dance around Saddam Hussein dead body without analyzing the present situation of Iraq where the number of dead civilians are over 100 a day and there is no sign that this violence is going to come to an end in the near future. Saddam Hussein death is not going to stabilize Iraq violent situation, so keep killing each other for the love of your sect tribe and ethnic background you all SOB until you all die.

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Bush – Iraq and US Middle East Policies.

Posted by QB on December 8, 2006

Iraq Study Group is published with good suggestions to really improve the US image within Middle East and in the world. There will be no victory for US occupation military in Iraq and Afghanistan and they have to withdraw their military to stabilize these countries. The Group is also suggesting to resolve Israel and Palestine conflict, giving back Golan Heights back to Syria and start negotiating with Iran and Syria.

I really don’t have much time to give my detailed analysis but the recommendations in Iraq Study Group are what majority of the US citizens don’t understand because of their ignorance and illeteracy. The most unfortunate event was when these idiots elected George W. Bush as President a moron and retard.

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Iraq – Bush Regime Had No Plan.

Posted by QB on November 20, 2006

There are so confusing news from Iraq since the US midterm elections that it is impossible to know what is Bush plan to end this almost four years of violence. Kissinger said in an interview that US military victory in Iraq is impossible. Bush did not makeup his mind whether to withdraw or to increase the number of troops in Iraq to stabilize the over growing violence situation.

The other news was that Rumsfeld had signed the deployment of 57000 troops to Iraq in January which is part of rotation of troops but I believe that with this fresh deployment will bring the troops level to just little over 200000 and keeping in mind the report published in Guardian which suggested that Bush will try to increase the number of troops and go for the final push before thinking about withdrawal. The US military might send few thousands troops back keeping its number to 200000 by extending the tour duty of the majority of the units. This is what John McCain and Dick wants.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem stressed he was not coming to please foreign powers and repeated Damascus’s position that American forces should go. This is the first visit any Syrian top ranking official after the fall of Saddam Hussein and Syrian Foreign Minister believe that violence will decrease with a clear timetable of all US troops withdrawal.

Iraqi puppet government who are helpless to protect their own ministers are asking the Syrian government to stop supporting the Sunni Resistance and control its borders which is the same strategy like Hamid Karzai Afghanistan President of Kabul to blame its failures on the neighboring countries. The truth is that Iraqi Resistance is surviving with the support of the people of Iraq who believe that it is their right to fight the occupation. The majority of Iraqis have no respect for these exiles who now had become the rulers of their country.

The Iraq situation is still very violent which must be surprise for most the the Generals and correspondents as they hope the violence will decrease after the month of Ramadan. Bush regime now started to admit that Iraq situation is not good but they still believe that US troops had to stay in Iraq to fight terrorists who were not there before invasion. Bush regime is fighting the enemy created by themselves by invading a sovereign nation justifying it with lies.

Iran is the clear winner from Iraq invasion and any independent Iraqi government will have close ties with Syria Iran and Lebanon instead of White House. Where is stupid arrogance of Bush Blair Howard now, when they are ready to talk to Syria and Iran and rejected all the reasonable alternatives of solving Iraq situation without invasion. These all three must be face a criminal trial of killing million people in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Iraq – Still A Mess.

Posted by QB on November 16, 2006

Gen. John Abizaid testify for Senate Arms Committee hearing where he oppossed Carl Levin (D) for setting up timetable for US troops withdrawal from Iraq. Gen. John Abizaid insists on flexibility without time frames. The situation according to Gen. John Abizaid could be controlled with Iraqi Security Forces and on the other hand DIA and CIA assessment of Iraq situation is very different from General as they believe that Iraq violence is increasing.

The situation on the ground in Iraq is that over 100 Iraq Education Ministry Officials were kidnapped in day light by people wearing Iraqi Security Forces uniforms and there are very conflicting reports with no agreement on the numbers of kidnapped and released personnel of Education Ministry. Six US soldiers died in different locations bringing the death toll to 2859 according to official counts.

As I had written in my previous posts that Iraq’s division will not be acceptable to neighboring countries is becoming the reality with very strong message coming from Turkey opposing the division of Iraq. Turkey is the US ally on Bush so called war on terror don’t want independent Kurd state which will create enormous domestic trouble for their country. Neighboring countries of Iraq would not act as they do now if the country was divided, Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said on Tuesday.”If Iraq is split up, an unbelievably dark period will begin,” Gul noted, using unusually strong language. This is another blow to Democrats plan which believe that dividing Iraq into three independent region will stabilize the situation in Iraq is based on their ignorance of the region political ethnic conflicts.

The talks with Iran and Syria, if US agree to negotiate with these countries, will not provide any guarantees of stable Iraq because Sunnis will see that as more dangerous threat than US occupation military and the violence will be worst.

There is no solution to bring Iraq situation under control. The dividing Iraq will not work, immediate withdrawal of US troops is off the table, increasing the number of US troops is rejected by Gen. John Abizaid. Bush who touring Asia should have think about all this before invading Iraq with faulty plan and promises of Wolfowitz that US troops will be greeted as liberators. After spending 500 billion on this unnecessary war Iraq is completely destroyed with 665,000 Iraqis death and still there is no hope for the peaceful future.

The Guardian has published this report that Bush regime will increase the number of troops as the last push to win in Iraq.

US plans last big push in Iraq.

This strategey will not work because Iraqi Resistance is determined to fight the occupation as long as it takes and it will increase the number of US soldiers deaths. Iraqi Resistance will have more open targets who will be involved in direct confrontation instead of patrolling.

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News.

Posted by QB on November 12, 2006

The most important news is that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will visit Bush with main agenda on his mind is try to portray Iran as the greatest threat for Western Countries including USA. Israel is pursuing their goal to make Bush regime to take military action against Iran by raising the threats of Iran nuclear program. Ehud Olmert might find someone like Paul Wolfowitz another Jew who can convince Bush regime to take immediate military action against Iran’s nuclear facilities. The Evangelicals will support all Ehud Olmert suggestions invading Iran for their religious beliefs. We might see another drama on UN Security Council with a little change that Condoleezza Rice will be holding small bottle of uranium claiming it to be the greatest threat to civilized world. The chances are that the rest of the world leader will make the same mistake again and let them do what they want. The facts are that Iran is no threat to Israel or any other Western country including US because they are decades away from developing nuclear weapons if they have this objective which Iranian leadership deny strongly.

There are plenty of disgusting news and analysis against Daniel Ortega after he was elected the President of Nicaragua. These stupid analysts are writing which is false propaganda and scare tactics. Bush regime openly supported Danial Ortega opponent with threats of cutting all the aid with threats from US Congress Representatives to stop the remittances of Nicaraguans who are working in US and they claim they are doing this to protect their interests in that country. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Latin America after Haiti with 5.4 million population which economy depends upon Banana Tobacco and Rum. I really don’t understand what are US interests which they are trying to protect in this poor country and why it is so difficult tor them to accept the results of democratic elections where their backed candidate are rejected by the voters. Bush regime is as conservative as Reagan which might again start the contras in Nicaragua which killed 30000 poor civilians with the support to Reagan crazy policy.

Hugo Chavez is way ahead in polls to win December election. The Venezuela legislative National Assembly describing the 9/11 attacks as “self-inflicted’” published this resolution in government official gazette which was passed unanimously call the US Congress to demand that the government of President Bush explain the self-inflicted attack on the World Trade Center and its victims, the supposed aircraft that crashed into the Pentagon and the links between the bin Laden family and the Bush family.

Iran also reacted on Israel’s threat to take military action with the reply that they will take swift action against any military attack.

The rest of the news is from Iraq and Afghanistan filled with violence and killings with US and its allies claiming victories. Tomorrow Independent Iraq Study Group is meeting with Bush and Dick which might give more indication what actually are their plans in Iraq. Afghanistan is not the part of this study group so that mess will continue after US military complete withdrawal from Iraq. The new Bush Defence Secretary Bob Gates is the member of this Independent Iraq Study group. I will wait and see any news coming out from this meeting tomorrow.

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Israel continue its brutal offensive against Palestinians.

Posted by QB on November 11, 2006

Ehud Olmert government continue its offensive strikes against Palestinians in Gaza Strip with shelling civilian houses killing women and children as young as one year old baby. The Israelis militiary strikes are going on from more than a month without getting much attention of the Western Democracies who waste no time speaking out against if they were done by Hamas. Hugo Chavez is the only Head of State who has condemn these attacks against civilians and ask Israel government to stop its military strike against Palestinians. The Human Rights group are asking for independent inquiry of deadly artilary strike. At least 18 people were killed and some 50 others injured when the shells struck a row of houses. The dead included seven minors, the youngest a one-year-old baby girl, and six women. Most of them belonged to one family.

The Arab countries wanted strong condemnation of Israel attacks with Qatar introducing condemnation draft which not acceptable for US.

Israel continue its mock air raids in Southern Lebanon ignoring constants warning of the UN peacekeeping force. UN is urging Israel to end violating Lebanon airspace which is clear violation of UN ceasefire resolution. French Foreign Minister hopes that US will put pressure on its closest ally to end Israel flights because French peacekeepers could launch missiles at these planes.

The problem is that US will do nothing and still they blame the Muslims for all the terrorism without looking at their own state run terrorism. They still ask innocently why the whole world hates US without looking at their own oppressive policies interfering in internal affairs of the countries to protect their interests. They justify all their terorism with stupid logic which killed more innocent civilians children women than Al Qaeda and still consider themselves as the good who are fighting the evil.

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