Thursday, March 16, 2006

The War Against Iraqi Families

Today I learned of another harrowing display of American brutality against the innocent people of Iraq. We've all heard and read about the innocents in the wrong place (middle-east) at the wrong time (21st Century), but this one must infuriate everyone with a conscience to the point of despair.

TIKRIT, Iraq (Reuters) - Eleven members of an Iraqi family were killed in a U.S. raid on Wednesday, police and witnesses said. The U.S. military said two women and a child died during the bid to seize an al Qaeda militant from a house.

Television pictures showed 11 bodies in the Tikrit morgue -- five
children, two men and four women. A freelance photographer later saw the bodies being buried in Ishaqi, the town 100 km (60 miles) north of Baghdad where the raid took place.

Note: Here independant witnesses actually saw the bodies.

The U.S. military said in a statement its troops had attacked a house in Ishaqi early on Wednesday to capture a "foreign fighter facilitator for the al Qaeda in Iraq network".

"Troops were engaged by enemy fire as they approached the building," U.S. spokesman Major Tim Keefe said. "Coalition Forces returned fire utilising both air and ground assets.

"There was one enemy killed. Two women and one child were also killed in the firefight. The building ... (was) destroyed." Keefe said the al Qaeda suspect had been captured and was being questioned.

Now note here the discrepancies stated by the US commander. Well they aren't just gonna admit to killing families in cold blood, are they? (they're not that far from it these days)...


Major Ali Ahmed of the Ishaqi police said U.S. forces had landed on the roof of the house in the early hours and shot the 11 occupants, including the five children.

"After they left the house they blew it up," he said.

Another policeman, Major Farouq Hussein, said all the bodies had gunshot wounds to the head.

Note: Yeah accidentally shot in the head, just like Charles de Menezes.

Pictures of the house targeted in the raid showed it had been reduced to rubble, while next to it lay the burnt-out wreckage of a truck. Iraqi police said the U.S. military had asked for a meeting with local tribal leaders.

Photographs of the funeral showed men weeping as five children were wrapped in blankets and then lined up in a row next to freshly dug graves.

Police in Salahaddin province, a heartland of the Sunni Arab insurgency and the home region of Saddam Hussein, have frequently criticised U.S. military tactics in the area.

In January a U.S. air strike on a house in Baiji, further north, killed several members of a family. In December U.S. fighter jets dropped two 500-pound bombs on a village, also in the region, killing 10 people. The U.S. military said the people targeted had been suspected of planting roadside bombs.

So there you have it folks, tax dollars really working to help import Democracy to the backwards country of Iraq... American Style. This shamefull display of unwarranted aggression from a brutal occupier can only really be expected.

It is a case of Us vs Them, and if you happen to be them, you can expect this kind of treatment. After all, who's gonna stand up against the New-Nazis themselves. It takes a group to stand up to this kind of pathological pathocratic arrogance and cold-blooded mutilation.

Please pass this Reuters story wide and far. Only our silence with allow these types of barbaric attrocities to continue.


Saturday, March 11, 2006

Straussian Reality

I read an excellent Kurt Nimmo piece yesterday, on the horrors of 'Iraq Invasion, A Straussian Mistake?' .

The main point taken from this excellent essay is that; Iraq aint no mistake baby....... The horrors we are witnessing daily (now reported in the mainstream media and Alt Newsites) are indeed planned, and are carried out meticulously by agents of the Neo-Cons.

The straussian plan for TOTAL-ALL-OUT-WAR in the middle-east is actually near completion. It was always the plans of the Neo-Cons & the Israeli New-Age-Nazi's to control the middle-east with an iron-glove.

Someone wants civil in Iraq.... Who, Why, And what will be the consequences?

Zalmay Khalilzad warns that the invasion and occupation of Iraq has opened "a Pandora's box," spreading "conflict," as Cornwell describes it, across the Middle East. In fact, this is precisely what the Straussian neocons want-chaos and "conflict" spreading like an uncontrollable wild fire, scorching Muslim and Arab culture, eating away at the very societal cohesion of the region, thus leaving it decimated and malleable to reorganization along the lines envisioned by the Straussian neocons and the original architects of the plan, the racist Jabotinskyites in Israel. Cornwell, lost in the forest of corporate media spin and lies, is unable to see the tree planted by these devious Machiavellian co-conspirators.

Mr. Cornwell does not bother to take into consideration the
trouble brewing over Iran's illusory nuclear weapons, simply another pretext for more violence and misery, as a few neocons may step forward and admit "mistakes" over the invasion and occupation of Iraq while their fellows prepare to repeat those "mistakes" in Iran.

Are you as scared as me yet....

When America and its dupes invade Iran, it seems the Straussian agenda will be furthered immensely; America will be decimated in return, the Middle-East will be controlled by division (small statelets), and Israel will sitting pretty (or so it's leaders think.....).

It should now be obvious the Straussian neocon plan not only includes an effort to destroy Arab, Persian, and Muslim culture, but American culture as well. "The real question is not whether the American military can topple Hussein's regime, but whether the American public has the stomach for imperial involvement of a kind we have not known since the United States occupied Germany and Japan," Lawrence F. Kaplan, the neocon sidekick of William Kristol, remarked as the invasion of Iraq unfolded. "The theory behind this, developed by Michael Doyle,
professor of international affairs at Princeton University, is that democratic governments are reluctant to go to war because they must answer to their citizens. And the history of liberal democracies, though comparatively short in the grand scheme of history, tends to buttress his point," explains Bruce Murphy, writing for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

If we, the people DO not express ourselves now, we will be complicit in these histories, because we will all be part of it. Future generations, after centuries of post-apocalyptic nuclear survival, will talk of these days with fear, regret and anger at what we left for them.

Please act now. We must voice our opinions and find ways to stop these mad-men from destroying life as we know it.

For more information on these pressing matters that the Mainstream-Media will only glance at, please read the Sign Of The Times news site, and other Alt-News-Sites for further analysis.

Where are we now I wonder

My oh my.

Has it really been that long since I last posted. Time flies when your in denial I guess...

I last posted over 6 months ago, since then I've seen many changes..both personal and in the world. Both equally terrifying.

I can hope, and pray, as much as I like for the proper conditions that would make me happy... But would it really? Who knows!?

All I know is.. if the people don't get together and really recognise what is about to hit our planet... then they can't blame anyone but themselves when the sh*t hits the pan.