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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

War - Because Iraq Is All About Us, And We're Winning


Most winningly. Oh, yes.

Tuesday's death toll in Iraq is now up to 500. The War Dogs' response?
The Tuesday truck bombs that targeted the villages of Qahtaniya, al-Jazeera and Tal Uzair, in northern Iraq near the border with Syria, were a "trademark al Qaeda event" designed to sway U.S. public opinion against the war, a U.S. general said Wednesday.

The attacks, targeting Kurdish villages of the Yazidi religious minority, were attempts to "break the will" of the American people and show that the U.S. troop escalation -- the "surge" -- is failing, Maj. Gen. Benjamin Mixon said.
These people disgust me. They are the best proof that there cannot possibly be a god, because what deity except of the most malevolent type would permit scum like this to grind Its creation under their filthy boot?

Mixon, you worthless fuckwit, has it occurred to you that we have unleashed a beast in this ancient country, and its name is war, and like Moloch, it will not be content without the sacrifice of a million upon a million of innocent lives? That women, and children, and the elderly, and the disabled, poor peasants, minorities, farmers, ordinary noncombatants are the most likely victims of a war in which we've armed all the different factions - Kurdish Muslims, Arab Sunnis, Arab Shia - all except the helpless Kurdish Yazidi and Christians and other such minorities? Meanwhile, Robert Novakula reports in the WaPoo,
High-level U.S. officials are working with their Turkish counterparts on a joint military operation to suppress Kurdish guerrillas and capture their leaders.
We all know how efficient Commander Bunnypants is. It's as good as lost. Better get around to ordering the funereal garments now.

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