Category Archives: Bushs War

The Iraq war is over? Nigga please!!!

Yes I used the ‘N’ word, as a brown bitch I feel I can do that and fuck anyone that says different…and Obama used a lot of words that were bullshit in a bucket tonight during his prime time speechifying on the…cough..War in Iraq. From Obama and his minions I get this horseshit tonight:

As Operation Iraqi Freedom ends, our commitment to a sovereign, stable, and self-reliant Iraq continues. Under Operation New Dawn, a transitional force of U.S. troops will remain to advise and assist Iraqi forces, protect our civilians on the ground, and pursue targeted counterterrorism efforts.

There is NO democracy in Iraq, they are NOT civil, stable or self-fucking-reliant…civil war will break out sooner than later…Maliki was not elected yet he runs the country. What other realities do you need to know to realize that Obama didn’t do much of anything but continue the Bush43 Bullshit.From Obama’s speech, via McClatchy:

As we do, I’m mindful that the Iraq war has been a contentious issue at home. Here, too, it’s time to turn the page. This afternoon, I spoke to former President George W. Bush. It’s well known that he and I disagreed about the war from its outset. Yet no one can doubt President Bush’s support for our troops, or his love of country and commitment to our security. As I’ve said, there were patriots who supported this war, and patriots who opposed it. And all of us are united in appreciation for our servicemen and women, and our hopes for Iraqis’ future.

Obama praised Bush43…are you friggin kidding me? Bush43 and his henchman used 935 lies to drag us into Iraq. The Big O made a huge speechifying moment over pulling out around 100,000 soldiers but still leaving 50,000 of our citizens behind. The Big O never said anything about ‘winning’ the war in Iraq…because anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows there was no reason to enter and decimate Iraq…other than they had a nasty-ass dictator that had dissed Bush the First.

So yes…berate me for using the ‘n’ word on The Big O…fuck him and fuck his warmongering agenda…bastard ain’t no better than Bush the Second…and that’s a fucking fact jack. Tonight he was nothing more than a jive ass….well…you know..But wtf will you do about the lies and fuckery spewed by our President and his administration tonight during a prime time address..or the former Pres and his administration of assholes that perpetuated this horseshit on us and the people of Iraq?

Those fuckers ‘leading’ Iraq never met any benchmarks…none. That was all bullshit too. 

Richard Engel on what now for Iraq, from Rachel’s show tonight.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640

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The real Afghanistan by PJ Tobia


PJ writes for the Village Voice. He has a five page article on the VillageVoice today about his fall trip to Afghanistan.

It ain’t pretty…its gritty as hell and doesn’t mince words. It’s a great read to get a grasp of what the media and our government don’t tell us about Afghanistan and our war there. In the section below, he describes the interpreters (called ‘terps’) that are essential to the troops, and how the Americans and NATO view and treat them:

Like soldiers, terps get to take leave for weeks at a time. But unlike soldiers, they don’t get transport to their home provinces, often hundreds of miles from their bases. They must travel alone for days over roads crawling with men who want to kill them. “I am from Paktika province,” says Farah. “The military flies there every day, but I am not allowed to get on those planes.”

It’s a strange policy, considering terps are indispensable to the U.S. Very few Americans speak Pashto or Dari, Afghanistan’s two most common languages, so nearly every platoon needs an interpreter.

Yet they’re stuck with older body armor and they don’t have guns, sticking out as easy targets for insurgents.

Everybody complains in war, of course. But the terps’ gripes are very different from those of the U.S. soldiers. Though they don’t expressly say it, there’s a sense of hurt in their words, a feeling that they’re being used. While NATO is ostensibly here for the Afghan people, they remain secondary citizens.

Still, it’s hard to blame the U.S. forces, who’ve come to understand that today’s friend is tomorrow’s assassin.

I understand the fear that must be heavy when it comes to dealing with Afghan citizens. I get it. What I don’t get is what we are doing there now. How are our troops making a difference, how are they cleaning out the Taliban and Al-Qaeda? What are they doing to gain the trust of the Afghani’s? What is the plan man? From PJ’s article:

“My buddy was killed by a terp who got religion,” says a sergeant with the 101st Airborne out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, near the Tennessee border. He recalls standing next to the soldier on base. Suddenly, a terp grabbed a gun and started shooting at everything in uniform.

The sergeant turned toward the shooter, never guessing that his terp had gone rogue. A bullet ripped through his sleeve, missing flesh. His buddy standing next to him wasn’t so lucky. By the time the sergeant realized what had happened, both his friend and the terp were dead.

“All it takes is for one of these guys to get religion, and that’s all she wrote,” he says.

The situation is indicative of the relationship between the coalition forces and the Afghans. In dozens of conversations with soldiers, they gave the impression that while they wish the country well, they’re equally frustrated with the Afghans’ lack of willingness to rise to their own defense.

A second lieutenant tells the story of some Afghan workers in a parking lot outside a base: “The workers—maybe about 30 of them—were walking to their cars. The Taliban rolls up, two guys in a car with AKs. They single out two of the local nationals, pull them aside, and execute them on the spot. What did the other Afghans do? They put their fingers in their ears so the gunshots wouldn’t be so loud.”

What a fucking nightmare, what a clusterfuck it has become in Afghanistan.

Yet NATO isn’t chipping in much help and we are sending another 17,000 soldiers there.

PBS presents: Bush’s War


You can view the two part series online here at PBS’ Frontline site. I just watched the first part and its very good..starting with 9/11 and moving forward to today. There are also timelines and other materials to check out.

It’s worth your time..believe me.

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