Sunday, April 20, 2008
Al Sadr, The Iraqi Government, Iraq Al Qaeda, warn US, warn of all out war because of Bush's success! McCain wants modern day Custer's Last Stand!
You know, while the Republicans are fond of warning American citizens not to vote for Democrats as a vote for them is a vote for the terrorists. I have written many times in regard to McGoonball I mean McCain and his desire to continue Bush's misagenda both here in Iraq, the middle east, and around the world and that the so called terrorists seem to beginning to do what the Democrats have been unable to do. They stand a very good chance of with the ending of Bush if we are so lucky putting an end to the Bush agenda by defeating McCain. it is with very confusing emotions that I watch Iraq threaten to explode and soon will as I have sons there. With that said yesterday I discussed the wall being built in Sadr City supposedly for peace and to separate opposition. Wall for peace for Baghdad, the Green Zone, the Embassy Fort
Today the breakdown Bush started when he attacked Iraq to go after Iran is ramping up beautifully to full scale war as any idiot knew it would! First I implore you to take a glance at the following link . I wanted to show the story I did in 2005 stating Iraq would unite but against us and then turn on each other. I decided to show this one link so you could peruse just the titles on the Bush created nightmare
Now towards this end in Iraq's successful Government An Iraqi lawmaker warned the U.S. military Sunday that if it doesn't immediately end its attacks on Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's Mehdi Army, "all options are open to us." Fawzi Tarzi, a Sadrist member of parliament, made his remarks as U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made an unannounced visit to Baghdad. His comments also follow airstrikes and firefights Saturday that left seven Shiite militants dead in Baghdad's Sadr City. "Let it be known that disbanding the Mehdi Army will mean the end of [Prime Minister Nuri] al-Maliki's government, and therefore the siege of Sadr City and Shula should end immediately or all options are open to us," Tarzi said. "There is a fierce military and media campaign and a dirty political conspiracy planned and supported by the occupier against the Sadr trend." Sadr City has been the scene of many clashes in recent weeks between U.S. and Iraqi security forces and the Mehdi Army. Tarzi called on humanitarian organizations and the world media to visit Sadr City to see what he described as a "humanitarian tragedy."
* The Baghdad neighborhood is plagued with "random airstrikes and raids," which are causing a deteriorating humanitarian situation, he said. More than 400 people have died and 1,300 have been wounded in the attacks, Tarzi said, citing hospital figures. Al-Sadr on Saturday gave his "last warning" to the Iraqi government that he would "declare a war" unless U.S. and Iraqi forces stop their assaults on his followers. Al-Sadr's threat was issued the same day that a man claiming to be the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq urged his fighters to launch an offensive against U.S. forces in the next few weeks. The speaker was identified as Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, on several Islamist Web sites that posted the recording. Within the the next month, militants should "offer the head of an American as a gift to the deceitful [President] Bush," he said. The speaker also called for attacks on members of Iraqi awakening councils, a movement of mostly Sunnis who have joined forces with the U.S. and Iraqi governments in battling Islamic jihadists loyal to al Qaeda in Iraq.
The U.S. military shut down the International Zone on Sunday after U.S. officials announced Rice's arrival. Rice met with Iraqi leaders and U.S. officials in the heavily fortified district that houses U.S. and Iraqi governmental offices. The military said it was shutting down the area, also known as the Green Zone, for "force protection purposes." Witnesses said they saw vehicles being turned away from checkpoints near the zone. Rice had announced she would depart Saturday for Bahrain and then on to Kuwait for Tuesday's Iraqi neighbors conference. Other developments • Gunmen set up a fake checkpoint Sunday and ambushed a minivan carrying college students in the northern city of Baquba. The gunmen shot and killed one person and wounded two others, Baquba police said. They kidnapped three students and a driver, police said. • Authorities imposed a curfew in Nasiriya on Saturday after sporadic clashes killed four police officers and 16 militia members, an Interior Ministry official said. Iraqi Lawmaker warns US to back off or else
Now iraq is uniting thanks to Bush and all the walls, green zones, and embassies in the world will not protect the American forces Bush wants there and McCain promises to endorse if elected. I will say once more that partisan rhetoric aside there is nothing that will prevent the total civil war that will turn Shiite against Sunni against us then they will turn on each other throughout the entire middle east as it erupts into the total breakdown Bush calls success!