Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Occupation Iraq: Far From Done

Well, when you NEVER PLAN to LEAVE, yeah!

"Odierno takes charge in Iraq; Succeeds Petraeus, hopes to maintain security progress" by Thom Shanker and Stephen Farrell, New York Times News Service | September 17, 2008

CAMP VICTORY, Iraq - In an ornate palace built by the deposed dictator Saddam Hussein, the US military command of the war in Iraq changed hands yesterday.

Don't think the location wasn't lost on Iraqis!!!

In his first, brief comments as commander of the multinational forces in Iraq, Odierno said, "We must realize that these gains are fragile and reversible, and our work here is far from done."

In his comments at the ceremony, Gates cautioned that "our enemies are down but not out."

You mean, these enemies?

Occupation Iraq: Israelis Killing U.S. Troops

Occupation Iraq: Israeli-Trained Death Squads

Prop 101: Al-CIA-Duh and the OSI

Prop 101: Al-CIA-Duh's Greatest Hits

Prop 101: The "Terrorism" Business

Prop 102: Iraq and Government Lies


Who Invented "Al-CIA-Duh?"

"Al-CIA-Duhs" Catch-and-Release Program

Asymmetrical Warfare Group

Operation Gladio

Operation Northwoods

Occupation Iraq: British Bombers

Occupation Iraq: America's Roadside Bombs

Salvador Option

Special Police Commandos

Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group

Prop 201 tutorial


Islam's 9/11

How much more evidence do you need?

Case closed on AmeriKa's MSM and its PROPAGANDA SHOVELING, folks!

Final fart bleat:
New York Times Admits War on Terror is U.S. Creation

With poot: Operation Mockingbird

Oh, about that sectarianism:
Memory Hole: The Dream Vacation

Memory Hole: Sistani's Reach

Memory Hole: The Uniters of Islam

Occupation Iraq: Sectarian Saviors

The Real Muqtada al-Sadr

Odierno stressed the importance of the Iraqi government supplementing the security gains with political and legislative progress, singling out the importance of provincial elections and "a continued improvement in the capacity of the government of Iraq to deliver services to the people.

Improving the delivery of services? Pffft!

It's been five years of hell for Iraqis!!!


Yeah, readers, I am tired of the lies!