Wednesday, August 15, 2007

250 Kurd's murdered, Bush blames Al Qaeda, what about Turkey? Fnds his excuse to go after Iran, will they unite against us?

whoever did it? The bombing aftermath!



Guilty or not, the Revolutionary Guard in training!


The Tuesday attacks, which targeted Kurdish villages of the Yazidi religious minority are being characterized as attempts to break the will of the American people and show that the U.S. troop escalation is failing, Maj. Gen. Benjamin Mixon said. In light of what we have heard in the past from Turkey I more than have my suspicions and knowing our own instigations in the past I have to wonder about that to but more in a minute.
Officials said at least 250 and I have heard 350 people were killed and 320 wounded and as many as 450 Tuesday when suicide truck bombers attacked the villages of Qahtaniya, al-Jazeera and Tal Uzair, in northern Iraq near the border with Syria. The bombings highlight the kind of sectarian tensions the troop surge was designed to stop.
Al Qaeda in Iraq is predominantly Sunni, and Mixon said members of the Yazidi religious minority have received threatening letters, called "night letters," telling them "to leave because they are infidels." "This is an act of ethnic cleansing, if you will -- almost genocide when you consider the fact the target they attacked and the fact that these Yazidis, out in a very remote part of Nineveh province, where there is very little security and really no security required to this point," Mixon said. Sunni militants, including members of al Qaeda in Iraq, have targeted Yazidis in the area before. It is Sectarian tension all right but I suspect we are conveniently blaming Al Qaeda and the Sunni and I have heard too many times of documents being forged by all sides to believe those "night leters" were authentic without verification. I am concerned about a clandestine setup.
http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/...
Any way you look at it there were three suicide trucks carrying two tons of explosives with at least 30 houses and buildings being destroyed the carnage is said to look like the aftermath of a mini-nuclear explosion. That was a massive explosion and it sounds like one of the worst group of murders yet to me whoever really did it. Remembering that Turkey has threatened in the past to go into Iraq themselves I still have to discount them as the source but with those villages being so close to Iran and Syria I would be leaning towards the Shiite doing this but Bush is choosing to blame Al Qaeda because it favors events in the middle east for him to do so because he now has his excuse to go after Iran already.
The United States has named Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a terrorist group. The IRGC, with 125,000 soldiers, controls large parts of the Iranian economy and was believed to have assets in Europe. It has also banned an Al Qaida-aligned militia based in Lebanon. Fatah Al Islam, which has been waging an insurrection against the Lebanese government since May 20. On Aug. 13, the State Department said Fatah Al Islam, based in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, was designated a "global terrorist group," Middle East Newsline reported. http://www.worldtribune.com/worldtri...

Bush now has his excuse to start further instigation with Iran and he is getting closer to attacking them as he has wanted from the beginning. That was only one of the many reasons for attacking Iraq to get our military in the middle east and he will stay in the middle of all this until he can further his middle east order. He is also keeping Al Qaeda alive as a focal point for us all the while we are giving Saudi Arabia multiple Billions in Arms that we sooner or later will be facing as Saudi Arabia is accused of aiding Al Qaeda and Sunni insurgents.
I expected this from the very beginning but I do not like what I am seeing as excuses are made or found whatever the case may be "because we cannot trust anyone at all", to further this still just developing middle east chaos so Bush can impliment what he thinks will be his new order. Despite what I fear is going to happen in 2008 I do not see success in the middle east and this whole mess there and around the world is just getting under way.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveeragepattriot.com

1 comment:

an average patriot said...

You know, I just had a thought. Bush is now poised to go after the 125,000 strong Iranian Revolutionary Guard. It just dawned on me that, that is about the amount of troops we have in Iraq.
Then what about Iran proper? This mad man is going to quickly have us way over our head. I am sure he is in his glory. Boy are we in trouble in 08