Monday, November 20, 2006

Bush Noncommittal, McCain wants 20,000 more, Kissinger wakes to lost Iraq and now Rangle..

Bush Noncommittal, McCain wants 20,000 more, Kissinger wakes to lost Iraq and Rangle wants return to Draft? Not good!

I hope someone of consequence will stop and think about yesterdays events and put it into perspective. Of course Bush remains noncommittal as to troop levels in Iraq as he continues to abuse and misuse the military. Knowing this and the fact that he supposedly is waiting to hear what he already knows from the so called Blue Ribbon Iraq Panel along with General Pace's assessment both of which will be biased but he will ignore as he has sent out his own panel in order to further confuse the issue..
Knowing that he necessitated a larger American Military when he diverted from the so called war on terror in Afghanistan in order to attack Iraq and destabilize the entire middle east so he could begin to implement his and Israel's new middle east order.

I hope someone of consequence will stop and think about yesterdays events and put it into perspective. Of course Bush remains noncommittal as to troop levels in Iraq as he continues to abuse and misuse the military. Knowing this and the fact that he supposedly is waiting to hear what he already knows from the so called Blue Ribbon Iraq Panel along with General Pace's assessment both of which will be biased but he will ignore as he has sent out his own panel in order to further confuse the issue..
Knowing that he necessitated a larger American Military when he diverted from the so called war on terror in Afghanistan in order to attack Iraq and destabilize the entire middle east so he could begin to implement his and Israel's new middle east order.

Knowing that John McCain is already calling for an additional 20,000 troops just to try and deal with the Sectarian violence in Iraq that will not be quelled and will get a lot worse as Iraq has been lost since Bush ignored all advice to the contrary and attacked Iraq..
http://www.cnn.com/... Keep this in perspective!

Amidst this, knowing 3 of those involved in the Vietnam failure, Cheney, Rummy, and Kissinger, have been intimately involved in prosecuting Iraq, another loser. We have Rummy having been fired for Iraq's failure and Bush's main stay the course advisor Henry Kissinger waking up to what should have been known before Iraq was attacked.

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said Sunday a U.S.. victory in Iraq is no longer possible under the conditions the Bush administration hopes to achieve, but a quick withdrawal of American troops would have "disastrous consequences,". It has never been possible any more than it was in Vietnam but it is too late to realize that now.
We still have President Bush saying the United States will remain in Iraq until the country's government "can sustain itself and defend itself". http://www.cnn.com/...

That will never happen! Iraq will never be able to govern itself as Bush thinks. This breakdown in Iraq and the entire middle east is still just beginning. Knowing Israel is doing its share to perpetrate their idea of a new middle east order along side of Bush and that Bush will use defending Israel as his excuse to have to attack Iran as he has wanted all along. I am very concerned as we all should be about Charlie Rangle's statement.

Rangle said There's no question in his mind that this president and this administration would never have invaded Iraq, especially on the flimsy evidence that was presented to the Congress, if indeed we had a draft, and members of Congress and the administration thought that their kids from their communities would be placed in harm's way".

Rangle, a veteran of the Korean War who has unsuccessfully sponsored legislation on conscription in the past, said he will propose a measure early next year.In 2003, he proposed a draft covering people age 18 to 26. This year, he offered a plan to mandate military service for men and women between age 18 and 42. It went nowhere in the Republican-led Congress. http://www.cnn.com/...

Knowing that Bush is the decider and he does not care what anyone else thinks or has to sacrifice in order for him to follow his plan for new societal, middle east, and world order. Knowing that Rangle himself has pointed out that we had a Draft during WW1, Korea, and WW2, as one of his justifications for a return to the draft now. I absolutely can not understand him saying a return to the draft would prevent future wars.

Keeping in mind that bush still has a lot of time to cause more trouble you have to be very concerned about a return to the draft. Even if Bush is gone his created war atmosphere will not dissipate with his misadministration. What do you think?

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

4 comments:

beepbeepitsme said...

I didn't consider the invasion of Iraq to be well conceived in the first place.

Islamic countries tend not to like the idea of secular democracies for a start.

That is not to say that there are not some Iraqis who want democracy in Iraq, I am not just convinced that enough do.

Without the will of Iraqis to make it work, the concept of a democracy in Iraq is based on western wishful thinking.

an average patriot said...

beepbeepitsme
Glad to hear from you!
You are correct! The Iraq Invasion was ill conceived and not planned at all. Bush thought he would have his way from the beginning because he is the decider and the head of the strongest military in the world or so he thought.
He has found out the hard way that this does not matter as he should have known had he learned any lessons at all from Vietnam and his own words that this is a different enemy we are fighting.
You are right about Islamis countries and Bush was advised about it and attacking Iraq in order to set up his new middle east order but he ignored it. Here is why he did this. You let me know what you think please!
From 9/11 he has been following a plan. Fighting terrorism was not it. It was just the reason he needed to attack Iraq and start to implement his new middle east and world order. Please read the following and you will understand everything.
As you may remember, Bush was looking for something to happen that would put the country and the world behind what he already had plans to do. 9/11 gave him that something. He has been lying and misleading right from the beginning.
He had plans right from the beginning to establish a new societal, middle east, and world order. That is why it was important to him to whip up a media and public fury which of course, he has done.
He used the excuse of 9/11 to attack Iraq and unsettle the middle east guaranteeing the loss of Afghanistan, Iraq, and the entire middle east. If fighting terrorism was his goal he would have stayed in Afghanistan. He lied to our troops and us from the beginning.
He did this so he could further his idea of a new middle east and world order. Of course lying all the while and whipping up as much support and frenzy as he could in the media and minds he controls until he can fully implement his plans..
At this point it behooves him to continue to ignore reality and continue to whip up a frenzy so he can continue staying the course in order to further prosecute his new middle east and world order.
We are all shamelessly being used so Bush can follow his plan for new order. I wrote this 3 years ago but it is more obvious today. Let me know what you think? I won't get any deeper but it gets worse from here.
http://www.anaveragepatriot.com/downloads/Manuscript2.pdf

beepbeepitsme said...

I answered on my blog, but I will post it here too.

I don't really comment on politics associated with Iraq much.
But I think the PNAC document spells it out pretty clearly concerning the bush administration's motivations.

Especially considering that some of the major players in the bush administration are signatories to the PNAC document.

Elliott Abrams,Jeb Bush, Dick Cheney, I. Lewis Libby, Dan Quayle,Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz. (to name just a few)

PNAC
http://www.newamericancentury.org/

an average patriot said...

Thanks BeepBeep I will try to pay more attention to your site.
I have to agree with you, looking at that list of signatories.