Monday, July 09, 2007

Iraqi civil war progresses as expected, war with Iran warned by Iraqi al Qaeda, middle east breakdown progressing!
Right from the very beginning we expected at the very least a total breakdown in Iraq as a result of Bush's attack and it is now openly being fueled by the Iraqi Government. Iraqi Al Qaeda has also come out and warned that if Iran continued killing Sunni's in Iraq that they would go to war with Iran.
This is just one more expected development Bush ignored so he could get our troops into the middle east in order to create his so called new middle east order. This entire breakdown is still just getting started and will not be stopped.
This development though is interesting knowing Bush too wants to attack Iran and I expect it to happen this fall. Very interesting knowing now that a front group of Al Qaeda in Iraq has also threatened war with Iran if they continue involvement in Iraq.
To me it poses the obvious question of whether or not the CIA or others are in bed with Al Qaeda egging them on to attack Iran. Anyway amidst ever increasing so called Sectarian violence and increasing calls from Democrats for a troop withdrawal Iraq's foreign minister Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari warned on Monday that a quick American military withdrawal from the country could lead to a full-scale civil war, the collapse of the government and spill over conflicts across the region.
It is too late to stop, look around! Turkey is also worried and has massed 140,000 soldiers at Iraq's northern border as we know, where the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, has bases and launches attacks on Turkish forces. "Turkey's fears are legitimate but such things can be discussed," Zebari said. "The perfect solution is the withdrawal of the Turkish forces from the borders."
Then we have Iraqi calls for the arming of civilians to fight insurgents, reflecting the growing frustration with Iraqi security forces' inability to prevent extremists' attacks like Saturday's devastating suicide truck bombing in the Shiite town of Armili, north of Baghdad, that killed more than 150 people, according to the latest toll from police and officials.,2933,288624,00.html
Then it gets worse! While Sunni leaders are calling for citizens to pick up arms to protect themselves we have Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, who leads the group Islamic State in Iraq , saying his Sunni fighters have been preparing for four years to wage a battle against Shiite-dominated Iran.
"We are giving the Persians, and especially the rulers of Iran, a two-month period to end all kinds of support for the Iraqi Shiite government and to stop direct and indirect intervention ... otherwise a severe war is waiting for you," he said in the 50-minute audio tape released Sunday. The tape, which could not be independently verified, was posted on a Web site commonly used by insurgent groups. Of course Iran denies any support.
Iraq's Shiite-led government is backed by the U.S. but closely allied to Iran. The United States accuses Iran of arming and financing Shiite militias in Iraq.,2933,288600,00.html
It absolutely stuns me that amidst this growing explosion that Bush started and as expected will end up as a battle for the middle east between Shiite and Sunni with the poor Kurds in serious trouble we have Bush wanting to stay in the middle of this until he can find his excuse to attack Iran too so he can further his version of a new middle east order. It is mind blowing that Bush wants a Korea style force left in Iraq. It will only serve to be another Custer's last stand and serve to rally citizens behind Bush's failed efforts.
This was a doomed effort from the get go and it will not be turned around regardless of the Partisan rhetoric Period. Nothing is happening today as the entire middle east prepares to be embroiled, that Bush didn't know before hand and chose to ignore so he could do "Gods work" and be the Christian Crusader to "straighten out" the middle east. bush's middle east mess is very rapidly coming to a head.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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Larry said...

Very true and in my view the only way Bush will pull troops from Iraq, is when he moves them to launch his premier war in Iran.

Prepare for World War III. This is Bush's dream and the entrance of the New World Order.

an average patriot said...

Son of a gun Larry. You hit it dead on and you know I agree 100%. Everything he does is designed to instigate total war so he is forced to fight and further his NWO.
Speaking of NWO I sent my Manifesto to the World as I told you to Euroyank who said going through it will be his priority and I am waiting for a hopeful reply.
Having in mind what you just said and especially how the manifesto ends I am afraid I nailed the hrrible truth and he will agree 100%. I went thru his work and he is the only person I have encountered beyond you that has a real grasp on what is being done, why, and how this is going to turn out.
Anyway with those wars in mind I am going to do my story today on Recruitment problems.

Holly said...

Hey Patriot I have been reading your comments at Lydias and what you have here and it sure looks scary what Bush is going to do

an average patriot said...

You are entirely right. I hate to say it but it will get worse as you experience, he is speeding things up before he runs out of time.
I am awaiting a reply from an American writer in Germany that is reviewing my Manifesto to the World detailing what Bush is doing, why, and how this will end up.
He is the one whose new word order site you went to and said it is scary. He is the first one I have found that gets it and it will be... Never mind, you just relax and have a nice day and we'll be talking.