Monday, January 31, 2005

Thumb in Tyranny's Eye

Iraq The Model

The Mesopotamian

It goes on and's a thumb in the lefts eye as well.

The D.U Take on the Elections

"All the media keeps talking about is how happy the Iraqis are, how high turnout was, and how "freedom" has spread to Iraq. I had to turn off CNN because they kept focusing on the so-called "voters" and barely mentioned the resistance movements at all. Where are the freedom fighters today? Are their voices silenced because some American puppets cast a few ballots?

I can't believe the Iraqis are buying into this "democracy" bullshit. They have to know that the Americans don't want them to have power, because they know that Bush is in this for the oil, and now that he finally has it he's not going to let it go. This election is a charade. The fact is that the Iraqis have suffered during the past two years more than any people on earth at the hands of the American gestapo. Maybe they're afraid and felt they had to vote. That's the only way I can explain it to myself.

OR--I just thought of this--maybe they're smiling because they're using the Americans own game to defeat them. They're voting in candidates who they know will widen the resistance, take the fight to the streets, and finally drive the occupying forces out of their country. Perhaps they're smiling because--right under the American's noses--they're planting the seeds of a bigger and more effective resistance movement. Wouldn't that be fitting? Use *'s own tools against them?

We can only pray that this is the case. Becuase if it's not--and if the Iraq vote is seen as a success that spread "freedom"--the world is screwed. Bush's inaugural speech left little doubt that he has other countries on his list to spread "freedom" to. They will be his next targets, and the world will burn because of it.

Let's hope the resistance got voted in, or if not, they only increase the fight and take down those who betrayed their country today by voting in this fraud election."


This garbage is the exact sort of Marxist crap we heard all thru Reagans Presidency with the sympathy being given to any leftwing "revolutionaries" opposed to US policy. Note the reference to brave Iraqis voting for the first time as "puppets" and terrorists who blow up churches and kill children deliberately as a "resistance movement" whos participants are "freedom fighters". Same language of the Big Lie and moral equivalence. These guys aren't anti-war. They have picked sides and are with those who want to see the USA destroyed and replaced with their twisted visions.

Sunday, January 30, 2005

72% Turn Out in Iraq Elections

Well, well. Despite the attempts by Democrats to talk down the Iraqi elections and ruin troop morale, they are going strong.

Oh yeah. Fuck Ted Kennedy and John Kerry. They should be run out of town on a rail. Traitorous shits.

Saturday, January 29, 2005

Todays the Day

Iraq votes today. God bless em.

Friday, January 28, 2005

More Sullivan

Now it seems that Andrew Sullivan is calling anyone who disagreees with his opinions on any accusations of torture a "pro-torture" individual. He needs to un-wad his panties and recognize the fact that when any of these allegations come to light they come under intense investigations and offenders are prosecuted when the EVIDENCE shows that torture or abuse actually occurred. Based on what I've read at his site, ANY allegations of abuse or torture by any random Muslim are concrete evidence of said acts and are to be DIRECTLY attributable to the President Bushes Officially Sanctioned Torture Policy, which ignores any rule of evidence that I know of. Guilty until proven innocent seems to be his standard on torture accusations against US personnel.

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Sullivans Obsession with Torture

While I admire Andrew Sullivans blog and his writing skills, I have been having trouble with what I consider his over the top attribution of any abusive incident stemming from the GWOT as part and parcel of a "culture of abuse" endemic in the US military and a direct result of W's policy towards treatment and handling of captured terrorists. I also have been having trouble putting a rebuttal in proper langauge. But Heather Mac Donald does a bangup job in this column. Very well put.

Friday, January 21, 2005

The Religion of Hate

LGF has this on their site.

The fact of the matter is that the cultures that are majority Muslim countries are often quite brutal. When I was in Karbala, Iraq, we dealt regularly with the "Hawzah"; the local Shia Religious Police, who were run by Muqtada Al Sadr, the radical anti-American son of the late Grand Ayatolla Sadr. Sadr is in bed with Iran and used the local Mosques and Shrines to store weapons and operations posts. They would bring "offenders" down to the police station, usually beaten, for crimes such as petty theft, selling booze, kissing in public, unauthorized dating often without any evidence. Due to their lack of true civil authority granted by law, they operated on a tolerated basis because Muqtada Sadrs ability to roust up a mob and his ability to keep the peace, when it suited him. Eventually, their excesses were recognized for what they were and they became outlawed and we began arresting them. We also took into protective custody young women who had been threatened with death from their own families for dating the wrong guy or kissing in a mosque.

When we left Karbala, there was an uneasy truce between Coalition Forces and Al Sadr. The Battalion CDR of the unit that replaced us attempted to disarm some of Sadrs armed thugs outside the peaceful Shrine and was killed along with a Staff Sergeant in a firefight two weeks after we left. hmm that just kinda came out...

Anyway, this kind of brutality is everyday living over there. Its basis is, unfortunately, Islamic. Until that religion undergoes some MAJOR reforms, it will continue to foster racism and death.

I will finish with the LGF end quote: "Imagine what the reaction would be if a major Christian ritual involved fantasizing about killing world leaders by throwing rocks at them."

What Crisis?

Back in the 90's the Democrats and leftists were warning about the coming babyboomer retirements throwing SS into a crisis. Now that W is prez, they are now saying that theres no crisis. So, I guess that means Ws' economic policies have solved the crisis. Thanks George! You are the man.

Friday, January 14, 2005


Young and dumb Prince Harry is forced by public outcry and massive publicity to apologise for dressing up as a Nazi for a private party yet French right winger Le Pen thinks that real Nazis weren't that bad for France in WW2 and the press is quiet. So, pretend costume Nazis are bad and worth condemning and bouts of editorial apoplexy but praising real-life Nazis who actually killed people is a yawner. Well, it DOES fit with the press ignoring the Nazi like statements of Arabic/Islamofascist countries towards Jews.

Friday, January 07, 2005

Mudville Gets It Right

Having been at Abu Ghuraib during the time period of the abuses, it's good to finally see someone who wasn't there get it straight. As much as I like Andrew Sullivan, his panties tend to knot too swiftly to take his views on this seriously. He also makes the same mistake the MSM makes in trying to tie it all to Bush/Rumsfeld, when, as someone who was THERE, I know that there were NO such orders, nor were legal memos from the White House legal councils office distributed to our chain of command. We heard about these acts when the CID came down, investigated and arrested the clowns involved. NO ONE in the CIC knew what was going down in the wee hours at that place.
The ensueing media circus, which was aided and abetted by Fredricksons lawyers attempting to try the case in the press by blaming his superiors and trying to pin it on Bush/Rumsfeld was nothing more than a political hit. Fredricksons guilty plea shows the veracity of that; but the damage was done with a press eager to find anything in order to bring down the administration.

Thanks Greyhawk

Saturday, January 01, 2005

Happy New Year!

Much better than last years for me. Pray for our troops.
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