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US Lies: Mission Accomplished and end of Iraq Occupation


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Guest Adnan Darwash

Cowboy George W. Bush’s mission was not accomplished in Iraq in 2003 and Obama didn’t end the US occupation of the country in 2011. How could any one claim that the Iraqi mission was accomplished when the US troops continued to be beefed up to reach 175000 supported by 125000 mercenaries? The second lie came from preacher Obama after changing the overt occupation of Iraq to a covert one. Currently there are thousands of special agents, dirty-work squads and scores of secret intelligence cells infesting the airports, the border control agencies, the military, the security agencies and the oil industry. These will be supervised from the largest US embassy on earth with close to 2000 ‘Diplomats’. Under the cover of training Iraqis on the use of newly acquired weapons, the US intends to have military personnel as advisors with diplomatic immunity.

The Iraqis are not a nation of fools. They know what the Americans have done to them and to their country. Since no apology and no compensation were received, they will continue to settle scores with all those promoting the covert occupation of the country. There is pressure right now on Al-Maliki government and on all those who served the occupation. It would have been better off for the Americans if they had left Iraq, like in Vietnam, along with their agents after closing down their embassy then return to deal with an independent and sovereign Iraq. The Americans are unaware of the depth of Iraqi people resentment for the destruction and fragmentation of their country, for the humiliation, torture and the killing of thousands and for letting MOSSAD Agents assassinating 355 Iraqi scientists. Rarely there is an Iraqi home who hadn’t suffered. Now the Iraqis haven’t felt the end to the occupation since all US-installed agents continue to run the show. Many believed that the Americans have withdrawn their people in military uniform in order to protect them from being killed or kidnapped if US-Supported Israel decides on attacking Iran. As it was shown in the recent past, the Americans and their agents can run but can't hide in Iraq.

Adnan Darwash Iraq Occupation Times

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Change can happen.

 

Early this morning, the last of our troops left Iraq.

 

As we honor and reflect on the sacrifices that millions of men and women made for this war, I wanted to make sure you heard the news.

 

Bringing this war to a responsible end was a cause that sparked many Americans to get involved in the political process for the first time. Today's outcome is a reminder that we all have a stake in our country's future, and a say in the direction we choose.

 

Thank you.

 

Barack

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We definitely differ as we represent two opposing interests. You want to defend the position of the uncivilised, trigger-happy American assassins while I defend the interests of Iraq and of Iraqi victims. The war on Iraq was illegal as it was not sanctioned by the UN and not waged in self defence. By default, all killing and destruction are considered as war crimes. The Americans can't run away from their responsibility or from international justice. It is not enough to say the war is over as you know it is not. What the Americans have done in Iraq will haunt them for years to come. Right now, Iraq is in a real mess. There is a possibility of US-manged military take over of the country and back to the good old days of ruthless Sadddam. In reality, the US is against democracy in Iraq and would love to see another Saddam or Mubarak to deal with. Let Obama release the pictures from Abu Gharaib to show the true US democratic and civilised credentials. The Americans gamble on people short memories and go to detach themselves from reality by believing news from their own agents in government.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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