Monday, June 11, 2007

Lieberman: attack Iran, Bush arms Sunni's, Lebanon, Palestinian civil war, then the missile shield!

Lieberman says attack Iran, Bush arms Sunni's, Lebanon, Palestinian civil war, then the missile shield Coup De Grace will involve the entire world!
During the night I kept reflecting on conversations I had here over the weekend regarding Bush's efforts to divide the world with his missile shield. The conversations inadvertently turned to Iraq's civil war, preventing war with Iran, the middle east breakdown, and Bush's efforts to expand the chaos he created in the middle east so he could finish breaking down order to replace it with his version of order per the Russian Doctrine of Destruction he is following.
Knowing that attacking Iraq was just a way for Bush to get our troops in the middle east and that attacking Iran was just one of his goals I know he will not leave Iraq until he engulfs the entire middle east and the world in war on one side or the other so he can prosecute what he thinks will be his new order.
Others have hope but waking up this morning and hearing today's developments should make you think twice. I had to go to the VA so I have had all day to dwell on this.
I was surprised this morning to hear Lieberman the warmonger advocate attacking Iran. Lieberman:"I think we've got to be prepared to take military action against the Iranians to stop them from killing Americans in Iraq." He spoke in regard to Iran's role in Iraq. "And to me, that would include a strike into — over the border into Iran, where we have good evidence that they have a base at which they are training these people coming back into Iraq to kill our soldiers." He made these comments and many more on CBS Face the Nation.
Like you I am disgusted with these warmongers and their over use, misuse, and abuse of our military. Then I heard we were arming Sunni's in their civil war.
With the 4-month-old "surge" in U.S. troops showing only modest success in curbing insurgent attacks, U.S. commanders are turning to another strategy they acknowledge is fraught with risk: arming Sunni Arab groups that have promised to fight Al-Qaida-linked militants who have been their allies in the past.
U.S. officials who have engaged in what they call "outreach" to the Sunni groups say the groups are mostly ones with links to Al-Qaida, but disillusioned with Al-Qaida's extremist tactics, particularly suicide bombings that have killed thousands of Iraqi civilians.
In exchange for U.S. backing, these officials say, the Sunni groups have agreed to fight Al-Qaida and halt attacks on U.S. units. Commanders who have undertaken these negotiations say that in some cases Sunni groups have agreed to alert U.S. troops to the location of roadside bombs and other lethal booby traps.
Knowing this will get a lot worse and that Bush wants to keep a Korea style military force in the middle of these fanatics I have to ask, what the hell are they thinking?
To top it off, knowing that in Lebanon Lebanese troops were raining down artillery and tank fire on a Palestinian refugee camp, pressing ahead with an assault to crush al Qaeda-inspired militants dug in there.
But despite 23 days of fierce fighting at Nahr al-Bared camp, the army appeared no closer to its declared aim of forcing Fatah al-Islam to surrender and lay down its arms. So far At least 130 people have been killed, including 57 soldiers, in three weeks of fighting, the worst internal clashes since Lebanon's 1975-1990 civil war.
Then there is Palestine who seems to be racing into their own civil war. Gunmen fired at the house of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas early Monday and warring factions threw militants to their deaths from high-rise buildings, in a dangerous escalation of infighting in Gaza.
The two sides have been locked in a violent power struggle since Hamas ousted Fatah from power in January 2006 elections. Hamas brought Fatah into its government in March in an effort to quell the internal strife, but the fighting reignited in mid-May over an unresolved dispute over who controls the powerful security forces.
Fifty-five people have been killed in the latest outbreak of violence, most of them militants. A truce declared two weeks ago was meant to end the clashes, but last week the fighting resumed around the southern Gaza City of Rafah.
It is sadly obvious that Bush intends to stay in the middle of this still developing middle east chaos and is doing his damnedest to expand this and include the entire world on one side or the other as he pushes for his new world order. Remember, he must breakdown all existing order before he can install his idea of new order and he is well on his way!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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