Sunday, December 03, 2006

With Lebanon and Iraq Bush's successful middle east democracies Cheney tells the truth then Resigns!

You have to know what is in store for the entire middle east. Especially after Bush does for Iran what he has done for Iraq as has been his long stated goal.
TWO days before he resigned as US defense secretary, Donald Rumsfeld sent a classified memo to the White House acknowledging that the Bush Administration's strategy in Iraq was not working, and calling for a serious course correction. It isn't working anywhere as we see and it will not!
In my view it is time for a major adjustment," wrote Mr Rumsfeld, who had spearheaded the dogged stay-the-course policy. "Clearly, what US forces are doing in Iraq is not working well enough or fast enough."

As you know it was time a long time ago. It was too late though as soon as Bush attacked Iraq to start his new middle east order and he will ignore it anyway in order to stay the course for a reason he does not speak of.

With Lebanon and Iraq being bush's two best examples of his successful Democratization of the middle east you have to know what is in store for the entire middle east particularly after he finds his excuse to attack Iran and finish the so called successful process he has started in the middle east!
Lebanon's in turmoil and their current problems are a direct aftershock of this summers war with Israel. The battle for control of Lebanon that began in earnest with Friday's rally by hundreds of thousands of protesters in downtown Beirut is an aftershock of that war.
Again and again, the packed crowd, the speakers on the podium in Riadh Al Solh Square, and the martial anthems played on a gigantic stereo system sounded the same theme, accusing the government of Prime Minister Fouad Siniora of collaborating with Israel and the United States in their plans to redraw the map of the Middle East and bomb Hizballah into submission.
Put simply by a Shi'ite schoolgirl from Baalbek: "This is an Israeli government and we want to make it fall." I quite honestly think much of this is rhetoric being used to hype disfavor for the western back government and Hizballah will end up having their way and it will speak disaster for Israel and it will pull the U.S. into this further.
Rice did stupidly tell the Lebanese they were suffering the birth pangs of a new middle east. The problem is they do not want to suffer the birth pangs of Bush's idea of a new middle east.
Hizballah is demanding the formation of a new government in which its opposition bloc would have effective veto power. And it's certainly hard to see how Siniora can carry on with much authority after Friday's show of strength by his opposition.
I believe they will come out stronger than that. I remember saying during their war and we were hearing they were beaten that in fact they would come out a lot stronger and they have. This puts political momentum very much back in the hands of Syria's allies and again is not good for Israel or Bush.
With what is happening there and Maliki hanging on by the skin of his teeth in Iraq. you have to come to the realization that Bush has failed in the middle east and this is rapidly turning into a nightmare for Israel and the United States as should have been expected before Bush did this..
I know I have been saying for years now that Bush will finish his plan for a new middle east order when he finds his excuse to attack Iran. At this point watching day to day events in the middle east I no longer know what to think and believe even if Bush were to turn angel of a sudden and leave Iran alone it is too late to stop the process underway in the middle east.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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