Archive for December 16, 2003
I swear: I wish I had the time to go through the newspapers and publications, to point out the lies and inconsistencies coming out from US official accounts. Take how Saddam’s hole in the ground was found. The New York Times reported today that when the soldiers went to the house area, “one of the [...]
Would you please tell the propagandists of the US government and the Iraqi puppet council to coordinate their propaganda, please! Puppet council member (and notorious convicted embezzler Ahmad Chalabi) has been going around saying that Saddam alas admitted that indeed he was leading the resistance. And yet, New York Times reports that Saddam told interrogators [...]
This touching picture was found framed near Saddam’s bed in his hideout. It meant a lot to him. It is about two close friends, and their shared memories together.
An accurate article: that Muslims, Jews, and Christians all worship the same God. And I really like eggplants on my Pizza.
Saddam had a messy hideout, the Washington Post would like to tell you. He was reading Crime and Punishment. A great book, I must say. He had a book of dream interpretations. Saddam was extremely superstitious and sought the advise of soothsayers.
Supporters of Israel are worried about Howard Dean’s stance on Israel. But no need to worry. In his MAJOR POLICY SPEECH today about foreign policy, he spoke about “unshakeable” US alliance with Israel.
Saddam’s supporters may become more emboldened and more dangerous.
I am skeptical about conspiracy theories unless I have evidence. But conspiracies are real, make no mistake about it. I was sent this link regarding a theory that Saddam had been in custody before this dramatic capture. Some also find it suspicious that the Iraqi puppet council rushed through a bill for a war crime [...]
Interesting story about fading joy in Iraq and rising anger at US after Saddam’s capture.
Can you tell the US government propagandists and the propagandists of the Iraqi puppet council to coordinate their tunes and stories: in one day (and I swear from the same man, Muwaffaq Ar-Rubay`i) I head that Saddam in custody was “broken and destroyed” , and on other occasions we heard that he was “arrogant and [...]
In fact, tbe Bush administration should be held more responsible for the pre-war lies: Saddam is reportedly denying he existence of WMDs. But who cares; Bush even dared to face the press today. And they asked him their usual profound questions: whether he high-fived his subordinates upon hearing the news.
Make no mistake about it: Guardian is predicting that resistance will grow. The biggest impact of Saddam’s capture may be here on the ground of the US, and not in Iraq. Even the Washington Post agrees. Rober Fisk has another wise piece along the same lines. I have always thought that Iraqi Ba`thists OUT of [...]
US goes after Arab weapons, and we pay for Israel to develop weapons that shoot corners, and do not forget our funding for the expensive Arrow missile. But then again, peaceful Israel is in need of its massive arsenal of WMDs, and conventional weapons.
How fickle the Democratic Party ideology is, and how wobbly are the feet of Democratic leaders. Now they are neverous about Saddam’s arrest, that it may lead to the rise of pro-war candidates. They need Ralph Nader to come back and scare them.
Remember how I told you that people who run for office in US always label some speeches they make (or more accurately read, as they do not write their own speeches, but Theodore Roosevelt did) as “major policy speeches”? Say: “yes, we remember, oh, wise one, Angry Arab, or we remember, Oh, all-knowing Arab in [...]