Bush Commits One Additional Troop To Afghanistan

Posted on January 30, 2007. Filed under: Afghanistan, Comedy, Iraq |

WASHINGTON, DC—In an effort to display his administration’s willingness to fight on all fronts in the War on Terror, President Bush said at a press conference Monday that American ground forces in Afghanistan will be aided by the immediate deployment of Marine Pfc. Tim Ekenberg of Camp Lejeune, NC.

+ The Onion

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Weapons in Iraq

Posted on January 20, 2007. Filed under: Iraq, Video |

I am not saying anything new when I write down that things are not going according to the grand master plan of George W and Tony B in Iraq. Now he wants to send in even more troops to piss the people of Iraq off even more. Maybe instead of sending in more US boys and girls to do his dirty job for him he should start by providing them with some decent weapons. I’d call Putin and ask for a couple of plane loads of AK’s myself.

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America & Saddam: the documentary you’ve never seen [VIDEO]

Posted on January 17, 2007. Filed under: Iraq, You Tube |

Posted by Barry Lando on January 17, 2007 on Alternet

A documentary I reported, along with French jounralist Michel Despratx, for Canal + in France, has been broadcast in much of the world, but never in the United States. It details Western–and particularly U.S.– complicity with the crimes of Saddam Hussein–such as his use of chemical weapons first against Iranian troops, then against his own Iraqi Kurds. Back then, of course, the U.S. was backing Saddam, their de facto ally, against Khomeini. Video one, to the right…

Part Two:In the late 1980’s Saddam also used chemical weapons as part of his genocidal campaign against the Iraqi Kurds..for which he and his confederates have been put on trial–Saddam, of course, no longer in the dock. His de facto American allies turned their back on those crimes. Watch second video, right….

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