Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Iraqi protesters demand better services: Forget about it!


Iraqi protesters demand better services,BAGHDAD: More than 500 Iraqi protesters have gathered in downtown Baghdad, demanding better government services and more jobs. The demonstration Friday at Baghdad's central Tahrir Square was one of the largest in Iraq in recent weeks. While other demonstrations across the Middle East have focused ...

Iraqi's have to be scared to death knowing we will leave them alone to their demise, their civil war and middle east breakdown that will spread throughout the middle east compliments of Bush. Iraqi forces are still frail as US troops head home: Mission accomplished, the middle east breakdown will continue as scheduled. President Barack Obama better make good of his promise to be out of Iraq at the end of the year despite a recent surge in militant violence and a lack of ability to provide security or basic needs for Iraqi's.

This is no victory! I have been saying this from day one of this guaranteed failure but for those who have not read it I will again reiterate what Bush knew would happen but ignored to do Gods work and "fix" the Middle East: War-torn Baghdad is the worst, a survey said for its annual survey, Mercer assessed the quality of living in 221 cities worldwide ranking Baghdad #221 the absolute worst. Baghdad ranked 221st, remaining at the bottom of the list with rankings also based on water availability and drinkability, waste removal, quality of sewage systems, air pollution and traffic congestion. The basic necessities of life! vienna is best city to live in, Baghdad worst: study Again it keeps getting worse and will get even worse!

A 2007 U.S. Report gave Blame to Iraqi's for Bush's Guaranteed Failures!

While we continuously listened to the lies and propaganda that Bush has had many successes in Iraq and that his surge succeeded We already know but many of Bush's declared successes are in fact failures. Low and behold it all boils down to Security fears. What a surprise! What happened to his successful surge? Kill all the Al Qaeda you want they can not still provide the basic needs of life in a successful society.

Isn't that Bush's fault? If he had stayed in Afghanistan as he should have instead of diverting from the war on terror to attack Iraq so he could start implementing his new middle east order, Iraq may have had a Dictator but they would have security, electricity, water, fuel, and a lot more than they have now or will have in the future.

Al Maliki, Alawi, or whoever takes control they cannot and will not bring stability back to Iraq. Despite the political rhetoric it will get a lot worse and then spread throughout the entire middle east. We will never be able to bring services anywhere close to the level they were at when Saddam was in power. It is laughable to think that anyone thought they would be better post Saddam.

The Congressional investigation into reconstruction in Iraq found that six out of eight projects the Bush administration claimed to be a success were falling apart, throwing doubts over the long-term viability of much of the $30 billion program. I have to tell you, the entire program, the surge, Democracy, everything, was guaranteed lost from the get go. What ever is built will be destroyed.

The report which was published 3 years ago but could be today, looked at hospital projects that at last count there was only one capable of operating at all. It does not matter how much money or effort we put into Iraq. Iraqi's as a whole do not want new Iraqi order they want their own version. They want the basic needs of life satisfied and they do not care who supplies them in the end.

Each sect is only concerned with looking out for their own interest and future and as we are told to ignore everyday because it is not "the reality on the ground" reality is much worse! The inspectors found serious plumbing and electrical failures due to looting, equipment lying idle to me primarily because people are scared to death to venture out into the reality Bush has created for them. US report blaming Iraqi's for failures That was 3 years ago and it only got worse!

From the Political system to the oil Industry, Hospitals, electricity, plumbing, security, everything, It will not be turned around and will only get a lot worse before it spreads throughout the entire middle east. Supposedly we are hoping to start withdrawing our troops this year and have them all out by next fall. Regardless of what happens we better stick to that schedule, leave whatever supplies the Iraqi's need, and see just how much they want to live together under a system that will supply their needs. It is in the end up to them!

I have to reiterate something I have said too many times since Bush chose to ignore all warnings of total civil war spreading throughout the entire Middle East so he could attack Iraq and straighten out the Middle East as God spoke to him and instructed him to. You know I firmly believe and have said so a million times by now that since 9/11 everything was construed to allow Bush to gain the power he needed to prosecute his new order not just in the Middle East but on the entire world! He diverted from Afghanistan to get back into the Middle East with the goal of setting up a larger safety zone for Israel and going after Iran.

Bush has created a hell on earth for Iraq that he calls liberty and success with promises to spread throughout the entire Middle East and now Obama has no choice but to let it happen as it has taken on a life of its own as long expected. Afghanistan is failing as expected because Bush ignored it to get back into the middle East to create a new (dis)order Iraq is getting worse now that the Taliban are using the excuse of us killing Bin Laden to ramp up their death and destruction. The Middle East is a massive disaster that has yet to begin but it is coming.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

4 comments:

Demeur said...

Iraqi troops still frail? Hell Jim they've had enough time to train these guys you'd think they'd be as good or better than our Seals.
Now I know why they'd like Sadam back. At least he'd have the infrastructure back up and running with his usual cut of another palace.

an average patriot said...

My computer is fff'd if I go out I will be back asapbancspu

Ranch Chimp said...

Shame on you Jim ... you dont sound optimistic and full of shit, your politically unfashionable saying these thing's (just a lil humor Guy) Hell Guy ... anyone with half a goddamn brain knew there was going to be some trouble in this game the Bush administration engineered, part of the "rush" globalization plan, heh, heh, heh, heh ... all the billion's in shrinkwrapped cash that ended up missing in Iraq as well when the bank's were inoperable, no one's even talking about that. Over a year ago after my nephew got back home (Marine Corp Sgt, 3 tour's in Iraq) I was talking in a posting about present day Baghdad (spelling?) where Iraqi's were lining the street's looking for day labour, because corporation's were bringing in so much contract migrant worker's, I heard it looked like some of the meat rack's in town's like Dallas, Houston, and LA ... where hundred's line convenient store parking lot's at around 5am and throughout the day ( in my neighborhood, it's gotten to be 24/ 7 now) trying to get day labour, most of them in our town's I mentioned are Mexicano's, but you see more American's out there too now, because of the recent changes and rise in unemployment figure's, Bush labeled them as "guest worker's" ... heh, heh, heh, heh, heh ... $6 buck's or so an hour, and a couple buck burger's from the dollar menu, and they'll do anything you want ... heh, heh, heh, heh, heh ... it's what we call "free market" .... the same kind of arena we turned Iraq into too! :)

Later Guy ....

an average patriot said...

The truth RC today is known as a lie! Bush was out from day one to create a new US, middle east, and world order which he did, we know it as disorder.