Friday, September 17, 2010

Finally, the Iraqis are standing up

On Friday in Fallujah, 40 miles west of Baghdad in the heart of Sunni Muslim Anbar province, protesters condemned Iraqi security forces for a raid Wednesday that killed seven people, including a fifth-grade boy, and badly injured a woman in her 90s. U.S. ground troops and helicopters accompanied the Iraqis on the raid, which targeted a suspected Sunni insurgent, the U.S. military said.

"We hold the Iraqi government responsible for the unjustified excessive use of force," said Sheikh Hameed Jadoa, reading a statement issued by Fallujah's religious leaders, who called for a federal investigation into the incident.
This repression, coupled with corruption and a policy of disinformation and lies and the fomentation of civil strife, is a hell of blood and fear in which Iraqis live. Iraqis know this well. They know that the American withdrawal from cities is in reality handing the dirty job to their local puppets. Maliki is the proconsul of this repression. It is his electoral platform and his way to remain prime minister.

Every once in a while I dig beneath the surface of the News about Iraq, and every time I reach the same conclusion: that organized Satanism has been the de facto government in Iraq since the neo-cons opened the gates of Hell there (and to a lesser extent, since the sanctions were imposed on Iraq), and Iraq has become organized Satanism's favorite sandbox, where they go to become pod people, uh, "wizards," and to help to create Hell on Earth in order to drive the spirit of mankind out of the world. I can't help but wonder whether Cheney got some special permission from God, for reasons I cannot fathom, to do what he did to cause what has taken place. If not, I shudder to think what his afterlife and future lives will be like, assuming he has a soul.