Archive for the ‘Turkey’ Category
Posted by QB on October 25, 2007
The Turkish military has started its military action by bombing Iraq Northern mountain regions where they are hiding. The Turkish government did not pay any attention to US State Department advices of solving the crisis with negotiations. The Bush regime really is in no position to give advice to solve the crisis with negotiations because they have different set of rules for themselves which are taking unilateral actions against countries refusing to bow down to their demands.
The Turkish military is avoiding to cross Iraq border as it will be very difficult for them to track down Kurd terrorists who are hiding in mountainous region just like Taliban to avoid their military casualties. The other reason could be that Turkey don’t wanted its military to get trapped in winter snow covered mountains. Turkey wanted to achieve their goal with these air strikes.
The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday that U.S. objections would not stop Turkey from crossing into Iraq to eliminate Kurdish rebels. The Turkish military said it had killed more than 30 insurgents who were poised to launch an attack on the border. Bush regime is urging Turkey not to cross Iraq Northern which will destabilize autonomous Kurd region. The Kurd autonomous north has become the major problem for the sovereignty of Turkey, now Kurds believe they can create their own independent state with the help of US. The Turkish military is targeting Kurdish terrorist hide outs.
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Posted by QB on October 17, 2007
Turkish parliament majority approved cross border offensive against Kurdish terrorist with 507-19 votes in favor of taking action. Bush regime with puppet Iraqi government are urging Turkey to solve the crisis with negotiations instead of taking military action. Bush who invaded Afghanistan and Iraq rejecting all diplomatic negotiations is now want the negotiations. The Turkish government now have the approval of their parliament to go after Kurdish terrorists but the chances are they will use it as the last option on the table by crossing Iraq border. They will increase their air strikes into mountains where these Kurds terrorists are hiding. Kurds if responded with counter attacks in Turkey than there is a possibility of Turkish military will move into Northern Iraq.Turkish Prime Minister indicated this many times in last few day that after getting parliament approval does not mean that they will move into Iraq immediately, Prime Minster also insists that his country has the right to defend itself and its citizens against terrorism. Kurdish are the big problem for Turkey, Syria and Iran and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad support Turkey decision to take military action.
|US President George W. Bush strongly urged Turkey on Wednesday not to carry out cross-border strikes on Kurdish separatist fighters based in nearby Iraq.“We are making it very clear to Turkey that we don’t think it is in their interests to send troops into Iraq,” he said at a White House press conference.
“There’s a better way to deal with the issue than having the Turks send massive troops into the country — massive additional troops into the country,” the president said.
Bush you mass murderer this is what the whole world was advising you “not to invade Iraq” but you were barking like mad dog and did not listen to any intelligent advice. Kurdish terrorists gained courage and become more aggressive when Bush senior impose no fly zone with Kurds autonomous government in the North, in other words the Kurdish terrorists are the creation of Dad Bush. Iraqi Kurds government that Turkish vote to seek authorization for incursion in Northern Iraq will be illegal. The following statement by Iraq Kurd government is really funny.
|“If the Turkish parliament gives the authorisation to the army to enter another country, we consider this illegal and a violation of international law and the United Nations’ charter,” Abdullah told AFP.
Abdullah is hypocrite SOB like majority of people in power, what about 180,000 foreign troops who invaded your country with the approval of their Congress, was that legal. not violation of international law and United Nations charter. Abdullah, Iraq is still under illegal criminal occupation, these double standards make me sick. The Kurds after getting autonomous status in Iraq now working to create independent Kurdish state which include Syria, Iran, Turkey Kurds populated regions.
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Posted by QB on October 11, 2007
The House Foreign Relation Committee has passed the non-binding resolution, condemning Turkey Armenian genocide, ignoring Bush request not to pass this resolution. Republicans are against this resolution which is going to hurt the US Iraq war and strained relations with Turkey. The Republicans majority House Committee did pass the same resolution in 2000 when the issue first arouse, but President Bill Clinton urge Republican House speaker to withdraw the measure before the full House could vote, he succeeded.
The Turkish government considered this vote has harsh American indictment and threatening to cut the support for Iraq war.
“If they use this to destabilize our solders in Iraq, well, then shame on them,” said Representative Joseph Crowley, a Democrat from New York who voted for it.
This is interesting that majority of US politicians have no brains. Rep. Joseph Crowley, shame on you that you are trying to pass a non-binding resolution for political gain in next election ignoring Turkey cooperation for your war in Iraq, the Turkish government is putting a bill before Parliament to seek permission to attack Kurdish Terrorists in Northern Iraq and you have no intelligence to look at this dangerous situation and not correctly analyze the consequences of this resolution than “Shame on you” for being so stupid.
Turkish called these Congressman as “foolish Americans”.
Turkish newspapers denounced the decision. “27 foolish Americans,” the daily Vatan said on its front-page headline, in reference to legislators who voted for the bill.
Turkish government is so much angry that that called their Ambassador in Washington to return to Turkey, for consultation bill. The Turkey Foreign Ministry invited US Ambassador to convey their “unease” over the bill.
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Posted by QB on October 9, 2007
The US State Department warns Turkish government not to take unilateral action Kurdish terrorists who are launching attacks from Northern Iraq after Turkey Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan gave the go-ahead on Tuesday for all necessary measures to be taken against Kurdish rebels, including a possible incursion into northern Iraq, after they carried out a series of attacks.
|But the U.S. State Department warned against such a move.“If they have a problem, they need to work together to resolve it and I am not sure that unilateral incursions are the way to go, the way to resolve the issue,” said State Department spokesman Sean McCormack.
This means that only US has the right to take unilateral invasion to fight the “war on terrorism” and all the other countries don’t have the right to protect itself from “terrorism”. The Bush regime is protecting Kurdish terrorists who have launched attacks on Turkish military and people from Northern Iraq. These Kurdish terrorists are threat to Turkey Iran and Syria sovereignty are now protected by US. These Kurdish terrorists would have never launched so many attacks in Turkey if they were not protected by US military and Bush regime. The Kurdish terrorism has increased with US military presence in Iraq.
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Posted by QB on July 23, 2007
Turkey election results with 85% votes counted AK (Justice and Development Party) getting 48% of vote which is really a significant increase when compared to previous elected where they get 34% votes. The early elections were called after opposition and the military blocked Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul presidency. The opposition and military accused the ruling AK party that it has the Islamic agenda without any proof. AK party never done anything which can be defined as turning Turkey into Islamic State. The people of Turkey have voted for them for economic growth and stability. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that Abdullah Gul is still the candidate for president and he will be the candidate as long as he wants.
The Turkey constitution has given Military enormous powers which was used against the elected government and it will not be a big surprise if Military use it again overthrowing present government. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has many problems ahead including dealing with Kurds terrorists in Turkey and to invade Iraq Kurdish area for political gains.
Role of the military in Turkish politics
Since Mustafa Kemal Atatürk founded the modern secular Republic of Turkey in 1923, the Turkish military has perceived itself as the guardian of Kemalism, the official state ideology, even though Atatürk himself insisted on separating the military from politics. The TAF still maintains an important degree of influence over Turkish politics and the decision making process regarding issues related to Turkish national security, albeit decreased in the past decades, via the National Security Council.
The military has had a record of intervening in politics. Indeed, it assumed power for several periods in the latter half of the 20th century. It executed coup d’etats in 1960, 1971, and 1980. Most recently, it maneuvered the removal of an Islamic-oriented prime minister, Necmettin Erbakan, in 1997.
In April 27, 2007, in advance of the November 4, 2007 presidential election, and in reaction to the politics of Abdullah Gül who has a past record of involvement in Islamist political movements and banned Islamist parties such as the Welfare Party, the army issued a statement of its interests. It said that the army is a party to “arguments” regarding secularism; that Islamism ran counter to the secular nature of the Turkish Republic, and to the legacy of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The Army’s statement ended with a clear warning that the Turkish Armed Forces stood ready to intervene if the secular nature of the Turkish Constitution is compromised, stating that “the Turkish Armed Forces maintain their sound determination to carry out their duties stemming from laws to protect the unchangeable characteristics of the Republic of Turkey. Their loyalty to this determination is absolute.”  
Source : Wikipedia
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Posted by QB on June 16, 2007
The situation in Middle East is becoming more complex with violence spreading into Palestine and Lebanon with continued violence in Iraq. Bush invaded Iraq to find WMD and changed their position when they did not find any WMD to spreading freedom and democracy in Middle East. The Bush regime or as a matter of fact none of the USA previous administration has any interest to bring real democracy in Middle East and Latin America. The objectives of US is only to protect its own interests by supporting corrupt oppressive Middle East governments.
The Bush regime with its European allies is responsible for the present situation of Palestine. Bush and its European allies cut off all the financial aid to Palestine after Hamas take control of the government after defeating Fatah in democratic elections. Bush and European countries who claimed to be the champions of democracy and freedom did not accept the Palestine election results, they actually rejected the mandate of the people and encouraged Fatah security agencies for violent demonstrations against government. Fatah did never accepted the election results like Bush regime never co-operated with Hamas government instead they chose to fight their own people to gain power which they lost because they become corrupt. Mahmoud Abbas is trying to please the Bush regime fired the democratically elected Hamas government. Bush supported Abbas decision and pledges to lift embargo.
Bush really do not want the real democracies in Middle East or any region of the world. Their only goal is to keep the governments in the hands of corrupt politicians who support US and its all oppression policies and protect US big corporations interests. The real democracy in Middle East and in other regions of the world will always bring people into power who want to protect the interests of their own country and people first instead of protecting US big corporations. The examples of such Democracies are Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Iran and Malaysia which will never accepted by US no matter who is in White House.
CNN and the US administration are quick to blame Iran for Palestine present situation and the Syria for Lebanon. The truth is that Bush regime is responsible for Palestine situation with supporting undemocratic actions taken by Mahmoud Abbas to topple down democratically elected Hamas government.
There is no improvement in Iraq situation with Bush “way forward” policy with increased number of troops. The violence is shifted from Anbar province to other areas of Iraq and now with second bombing of Shia Golden Dome Shrine will increase sectarian hatred and violence. Sistani the Grand Ayatollah finally break his silence with condemning the attack on Golden Mosque. Sistani who never condemned the sectarian violence which killed thousands of people which to me is more inhumane than destruction of this Golden Dome Shrine. The Sunni Shia religious scholars feel pain when some building is destroyed and feel no pain and sympathy for the people who are getting killed in the name of religion. They can build this Golden Dome Shrine again but they can’t bring back single dead person back to life who was killed for the love of their sect and lifeless building.
The majority of Sunnis Shias are under the control of Sistani like religious leaders who are hypocrites. The Sunni Shias are so stupid and brainless who don’t realize that what they are doing has helped the foreign military to invade and occupy their country.
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Posted by QB on June 5, 2007
The latest Kurdish terrorist attack killed 7 Turkish soldiers and injured 7 in recent attack. Turkey if did not take the military action against these terrorists than they will have to face more bold attacks from PKK. Turkish present government is not very popular with the Military and the liberals and they have face the people in coming elections and the chances are that they will lose power for their weakness to defend the country against terrorists.
Turkey paves way to invade Iraq, retaliate against Kurdish rebels.
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Posted by QB on June 3, 2007
The situation between Turkey Iraq and US is becoming interesting. Nouri Al Maliki puppet Iraqi Prime Minister warned Turkey not to cross its Kurdish borders and advice them to solve the problem with diplomatic negotiations peacefully. Robert Gates said the following in news conference in Singapore.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Sunday cautioned Turkey against sending troops into northern Iraq, as it has threatened, to hunt down Kurdish rebels it accuses of carrying out terrorist raids inside Turkey.
“We hope there would not be a unilateral military action across the border into Iraq,” Gates told a news conference after meetings here with Asian government officials. Turkey and Iraq were not represented.
Robert Gates caution can be translated simply like this that only US and Israel has the right to defend itself from terrorist with invading sovereign nations with excessive power killing hundreds of thousands civilians and the rest of the world can’t take unilateral action against terrorists. According to Bush own words Iraqi puppet government and US are terrorists as they are protecting and harboring terrorists and Turkey has all right to protect its citizens and country by going inside Iraq Kurdish region to destroy their cells.
Turkish Civilian government is looking weak which is so reluctant to take immediate action after General statement that “as soldiers Turkish military is ready to go into Iraq Kurdish region” and the civilian government has to face public next month in election. This civilian government is not very popular with the secular population might lose their power if they don’t take any action against Kurd terrorists organization PKK.
Nouri Al Maliki puppet Iraqi Prime Minister and the US occupation military too will be helpless to stop any Turkish invasion. US can’t move its troops into Kurdish region because it will create a huge vacuum which will benefit Iraqi Resistance. The situation is interesting as Turkey has the advantage over US and Nouri Al Maliki and I am sure Turkish government know this as well.
The present Turkish government has to go offensive against Kurds terrorists to keep them in power and to please their Military which is very critical of present Prime Minister. Turkish government started with air strikes in Iraq Kurdish region.
Turkish forces shell northern Iraq – Iraqi leader.
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Posted by QB on May 31, 2007
Bush wants to kill all the terrorists who speak against the wrong US policies in all Muslim countries in Middle East Asia Africa as well as in Latin America are now supporting Kurdish PKK terrorists in Iran and Turkey. Turkey blamed Kurdish separatists for the recent bomb attack and now the other brief news from Iran which report killing of 11 Kurdish terrorists by Iranian Revolutionary Guards at the Northern Turkish border. This is not very intelligent policy adopted by Bush regime because they have ignored the consequences of Kurdish rebellion which will not be tolerated by Turkey Iran and Syria. US who blame all Iraq violence on Iran and Syria and wants them to co-operate to stabilise Iraq can’t expect any serious co-operation when they themselves are supporting Kurds terrorism in Iran and Turkey at the moment with no reports of violence from Syria.
Turkey has buildup its military presence on Iraqi Kurdish border and are not backing-down from their demands that Iraqi puppet government take action against Kurds terrorists and destroy their cells otherwise they will move into Iraq Kurdish area to clean up these terrorists cells. The Bush stupidity has already made Middle East complete mess and with new conflicts with Turkey and Iran will make it worst. The US military and its allies are finding it difficult to fight and defeat Iraqi Resistance which are fighting with outdated weapons homemade bombs IEDs than how they expect to win war against Turkey and Iran who had very strong Military. Turkish troops, reinforced by planes and helicopter gunships, have killed 14 PKK guerrillas in operations near the border since Monday.
Iran Syria and Turkey will be united to fight Kurdish speratists and they will now try to unite Sunni and Shiite Resistance against the occupation military. This would be their way of fighting Bush “terrorism” in their countries. Muqtada Al Sadr who wants all the Iraqis united against the occupation must be working on Iranian plans. The united Sunni and Shiite Resistance will be dangereous for occupation forces and it will be good for Iraqis because it it deacrease the sectarian violence and killing of innocent people. Their support will grow as it will become the national movement against occupiers. This is what I can analyze for the near future in Iraq.
Iran is blaming US on Kurds recent violence and claim that all the rebels killed had American made arms.
Iran says rebels had US-made arms.
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Posted by QB on May 24, 2007
Turkish government started to move its Military on Iraq Kurd border after suicide bomb attacked in Turkey which kill 5 people and injured dozens. Turkish Prime Minister delivered the speech that he would allow attack on Kurd terrorists if military ask for such an attack. The Turkish General told the reporters that Kurds invasion may come in few weeks and they have the right to protect their country and its people from terrorists.
Kurds are the constant problem for Turkey, Iran, Syria and Iraq and they have become bold with the US support that they are untouchables who can get away with all their terrorism with US support. This will create new problems for Bush regime “war on terror” because they can’t take sides on this conflict supporting Kurds which will result in losing key Muslim World Ally Turkey. The other reason for not supporting Kurds will be due to their military weakness where they don’t have enough number of troops to stabilize Iraq rather starting another military conflict with very strong and courageous Turkish Military.
Lets wait and some where this conflict is heading.
This is the update on Turkey bombing. Six killed and 91 injured. The following is taken from Turrkish Daily News.
A suicide bomb attack killed six and injured 91on Tuesday, in the center of Ankara. The attack created hatred and anger throughout the nation against the PKK with calls for a long debated cross border operation into northern Iraq.
Earlier, Chief of General Staff Gen. Yaşar Büyükanıt said the military thinks that such an operation would be useful, but that they needed a political decision to conduct it.
Prime Minister Erdoğan, upon a question about an incursion, dismissed the claims that the military and the government felt apart on the issue. �The situation is very sensitive. The necessary steps will be made. There will be no delay.
Erdoğan underlined that they have already asked the military whether they have a request from the Parliament, adding, �But of course when it comes to the Parliament it is something else, an extraordinary thing. The Parliament would convene and the decision would be taken. But if you make this step now and take a vague decision, you can imagine how it could affect countries in the future.�
Erdoğan criticized the U.S. for neglecting the PKK, saying, “We would like to see help from our friends.”
The report also says that there is no operation underway for an operations. Turkey Prime Minister and General statements are contradictory looks like they don’t have any real plan to deal with Kurdish terrorism. Its all political empty threats to avoid public anger keeping in mind they will have to face public in June election.
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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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Posted by QB on May 11, 2007
Conservative typical hypocrisy is very clear with lying and spinning the straight forward matter of corruption. Wolfowitz is corrupt and very incompetent person as the chief architect of the Iraq war or World Bank President.
These conservatives included Turkey Presidential elections and Iran to win the minds of conservatives.
The conventional wisdom, nourished by the Bush Administration, is that Germany is a faithful US ally. The truth is that Germany, backed by Iran, has declared war on the US.
Turkey Presidential elections has nothing to do with World Bank and they will always try to have good relations with Iran. Turkey and Iran will always be in agreement crushing Kurdish movements who are trying to establish Kurdish state. The Prime Minister Erdogan and his party has done nothing against the constitution and they are facing opposition from secular Military and people because they follow Islam. The religion is their own personal choice which they are not trying to introduced to their government system.
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Posted by QB on May 1, 2007
Turkey Presidential election caught my attention last week after watching CNN with thousands of Turks protesting against the Presidential candidate Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul of ruling party because his wife wears head scarf or Hijab and the secular fear that the ruling party has the Islamic agenda. This is the ugly extremism of secular minded people who don’t want to give her freedom of choice by protesting against the government. Personally I don’t believe head scarf is something religious, its the matter of personal choice some women like to keep their heads cover which not only includes Muslim women but also Orthodox Christians and Jews. I or any other person don’t have the right to tell women what to wear and not to wear simply let them dress up how they feel comfortable.
Turkey secular protests against the Presidential candidate is wrong because the ruling party did not violated country constitution and head scarf is not threat to their secular form of government. Turkey Military is warning to intervene but I am glad that EU has issued a very strong statement telling Military to keep away from democratic system. The extremism is dangerous whether its secular or religious.
The next vote will be on Wednesday and am waiting for the result with interest.
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Posted by QB on November 27, 2006
Pope Benedict should have canceled his visit after making stupid comments about Prophet Muhammad and Islam. The Turks are demontrated in Istanbul yesterday against his visit and there will be many more huge demonstrations when he arrive there tomorrow. The Turkish government that this racists Pope visit will help them to join the European Union I believe ignoring the fact that he has spoken clearly not to let the Muslim nation join the EU.
Pope Benedict XVI and Islam
This Pope who is trying to improve his public image in the Muslim world will not gain much support and it will be interesting to watch and see the demonstration against him.
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Posted by QB on October 11, 2006
There are two very important news related to Iraq which catch my immediate attention which clearly shows US military and political defeat. The military Army chief of staff, Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker issued a statement that US troops will stay in Iraq until 2010 without any reduction in number of troops.
The other news is more interesting as the puppet Iraqi Parliament approved a law which would allow the country’s 18 provinces to hold referendums to merge themselves into larger federal regions with a measure of self-government. All 138 lawmakers present approved the law – in a vote broadcast live on state television – giving the bill’s supporters the barest possible majority of the total 275 members of the house.
The statement of Army Chief of Staff is acknowledgement of growing Iraqi Resistance against occupation and the difficulties they are facing to keep Iraq under occupation.
The autonomous regions law will cause more problems within Iraq instead of creating stability. The Kurds who wants to establish independent Kurdish state in the region are the constant problem for Iran, Iraq, Turkey and maybe if Kurds get the momentum and US support than Syrian Kurds will join the movement. The problem is that Iran Turkey and Syria will make sure that this will not become reality.
This will flame violence beyond Bush regime imagination where all the different ethnic groups will be fighting to keep the control of Oil rich provinces in South and North. The present situation in Nothern Kurds areas are relatively calm as compared to Al Anbar province and Southern Shias dominated Iraq. The Kurds will face a fierce resistance from Turkomen who also are living in that region from very long time. The Sunni Shias violence will get worst. The possible alliances which could build are likely between Sunni Resistance and Turkomen who will be fighting seperatists Kurds and Shias with the help of Turkey and Syria and maybe Iran.
According to independent Study 655,000 Iraqis died as a result of Bush illegal criminal invasion of Iraq.
665,000 Iraqis died since the war begin.
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