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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Al Zarqawi is an american Agent!

Un-effin-believable: In a June 15, 2005 editorial titled "All the Evidence Proves that Al-Zarqawi is an American Agent," a leading Egyptian government daily Al-Akhbar's states that Al-Zarqawi is working for the U.S. and is massacring Iraqis in an effort to extend the occupation in Iraq. [1] The following are excerpts from the article: "All Evidence Proves that Al-Zarqawi Works for America" "All the evidence proves that Abu Mus'ab Al-Zarqawi is working for America, because his victims are Iraqis and not [members of] the coalition forces under the command of the American occupation forces in Iraq. Abu Mus'ab Al-Zarqawi's official title is 'leader of Al-Qa'ida's faction in Iraq.' Osama bin Laden is the commander of the Al-Qa'ida organization, and this proves that [Al-Zarqawi's commander,] bin Laden, has [also] been an American agent ever since he operated against the USSR forces in Afghanistan in favor of the Americans! "Let's read the statement issued two days ago on behalf of Al-Zarqawi in Iraq after he killed and wounded dozens of people from among the Interior Ministry and Iraqi army forces, by means of booby-trapped cars in a number of cities in Iraq! "Raising a few questions is unavoidable in order to clarify the situation and [to understand] who this Al-Zarqawi with Jordanian nationality is. "One of the questions is: which of the two should Al-Zarqawi oppose – the American occupation army and the foreign coalition forces, or the Iraqi military and police forces?! The statement issued by Al-Zarqawi and his organization says that they struck and killed dozens of [members of] the Interior Ministry and Iraqi army forces, whereas there was no mention of Al-Zarqawi targeting the American occupation forces and the coalition forces of the various nationalities. [In fact,] the statement did not even mention the occupation army in Iraq!" The Massacre of the Iraqi People is Aimed at Strengthening the U.S. Occupation in a Region Vital to American Interests "Another question [to be raised] is whether the world is so naive as to believe the American statements, which claim that Washington has allocated $25 million for Al-Zarqawi's arrest or for information leading to his arrest. [After all,] why arrest Al-Zarqawi and allocate all these millions while he is working for America? "In addition, why is Al-Zarqawi massacring innocent Iraqi citizens and [members of] the Iraqi National Guard, the Iraqi army and the Iraqi Interior Ministry? Al-Zarqawi undeniably aims to harm the Iraqi people and members of the Iraqi forces, who undergo training to protect [their] homeland in the future. This massacre of the Iraqi forces and the Iraqi people is meant to strengthen the American occupation of the region [that is known to be] the main route to Central Asia, formerly under USSR control, [and that is] rich in oil wells, and surrounds Iran and the Caspian Sea..." No comment! Just, no comment! I have to go puke now!

7 Comments:

At 6/21/2005 04:05:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was hoping to see your Sandmonkey wit applied lavishly to this article. But, I guess it's so absurd, you're still in shock.

Shari

 
At 6/21/2005 04:48:00 AM, Blogger The Sandmonkey said...

Sorry to dissapoint you Shari, but it's just too much. We seem to be uncapable of accepting any form of responsbility for the actions of those who claim to represent us (arabs/muslims) and fight for us. It's like we are angels that never err, and if we do, it's because of some conspiracy that involves the states, the zionists and the jews in some way or another. It's like how theys ay that Osama bin laden is a cia agent, and that he attacked the US 911 to do Bush's bidding and give them ane xcuse to attack the arabs and Islam.

Ok, fine, i will bite, but doesn't that make them desp[icable? Shouldn;t be speaking against them more often? Shouldn't you be cheering against Bin Laden the saudi cia agent and al zarqawi the palestinian american agent and what theya re doing? Shouldn't they not have the people's sympathy or support in the arab world? It baffels my mind, the people who swear to me that Bin Laden is a cia agent are the same people who like what he has done to them and were happy to see the WTC towers get attacked. It's just..just sickening.

God damn it, now u made me comment. Grrrrrrr......

 
At 6/21/2005 10:27:00 AM, Anonymous Trevor said...

It is our civic duty to point out trash and dispose of it properly. Thanks for pointing out the article, now dispose of it properly.

 
At 6/21/2005 10:53:00 AM, Anonymous Don Cox said...

So long as these idiots have noticed that Al Quaeda is killing Iraqis and might possibly be a bad thing, that is a step towards understanding. You can't expect them to grasp everything all at once. Whatever twisted logic they use, they have realised that Al Zarqawi is a bad guy. Progress.

 
At 6/21/2005 12:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, Sam! I wasn't trying to get you pissed off. I think the article is hysterical! I laughed all the way through it. However, I can see why reading something that delusional in one of your "leading Egyptian government daily" newspapers would be upsetting, if not downright scary. Yet, it cracks me up to imagine the Mubareks, all handshakes and smiles, greeting Laura Bush one day, and then that article running in the paper. Apparently, mental dissonance is not a troublesome issue with them. Not unlike the people you know who believe Bin Laden is a CIA agent, but then still cheer on his terrorist activities. WACKO!

Seriously, isn't it about time for you to relocate to the States on a permanent basis? You covered a lot of ground when you were here. But, there's still plenty more to see and do. You're years ahead of most of your countrymen and it seems unlikely that they're going to catch up during your lifetime. I don't know how you can handle the frustration of seeing the "big picture", while so many of those around you simply don't "get it".

Shari

 
At 6/21/2005 08:56:00 PM, Blogger Tina said...

Can't help but wonder what's going to happen when the people wake up someday and figure out they have been manipulated.

They will, you know.

 
At 6/21/2005 11:55:00 PM, Blogger The Sandmonkey said...

Tina, sorry to dissapoint you, but don't count on it.

Shari, that's fine by me. Are you willing to sponsor me?

 

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