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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

Thursday, February 23, 2006

We there yet?

It may seem that Iraq maybe taking a forward leap towards the always expected civil war, but for some reason I don't think this will be it. The way Iraq's leaders have been handeling it is very promising so far, and hopefully this will be the close call that will unite the sunnis and the Shias against the Jihadis that want them both dead. Of course, there are those others who of course are blaming this on... you guessed it.. the US occupation. Hey, at least he didn't go as far as the Iranians did. They are blaming Europe! Those damn Danes!


At 2/23/2006 12:44:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh brother, do the Iranians really believe this crap?? Just who has been blowing up the Iraqi Shiite all this time then the Jooooossss?


At 2/23/2006 02:12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raed Jarrar should stop using the shit he's on. If the coalition pulls out now there will be a bloodbath for the simple reason that it's only our infidels over there who are preventing civil war. Outnumbered 2:1 I can see that the Sunni's would need help from their Syrian brothers and naturally the Syrians would help them, like Lebanon was helped. In the blue corner we have Iran to assist the Shi'ia and to referee the fight we have the Wahabists, setting the rules and making sure that all is pure. No, it's only the presence of the coalition which is preventing this by standing firm and allowing moderate Iraqis to speak . This isn't another Vietnam, at least then there was one side nominally allied to us, this time it's a fight to save all the Iraqi people who would like to see their children grow up in a civilised and free Iraq or the Mullahs will control whoever is still alive.

At 2/23/2006 02:46:00 AM, Blogger Blogspat said...

The odd thing is that people like Raed are partly to blame. I mean the people who keep blaming others. It sort of doesn't explain tension seen between the religious Muslim groups where there aren't any foreign troops. For some reason Raed only ever mentions one part of the foreign intervention in Iraq.

That said - the foreign troops in Iraq should certainly be under scrutiny for all we have seen has not been impressive from a democratic point of view.

Then again all we have seen from Raeds side has not been impressive either.

At 2/23/2006 02:52:00 AM, Blogger Blogspat said...

"They are blaming Europe! Those damn Danes!"

I thought we established that the Zionist were behind this?

At 2/23/2006 02:59:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A pencil is more powerful than thousands of guns - so it seems


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