June 6, 2006, - 12:52 pm

HAMASastan 2: We Went to IRAQ for THIS?

As we’ve pointed out, our new “democratic” ally, the government of .
That’s bad enough. But now several other items have emerged that are far more worrisome and repeatedly confirm our strong belief that Muslim countries cannot handle democracy, especially when Islamic law rules supreme:
* Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari defended Iran’s “right” to obtain nuclear weapons and said Iraq will refuse to allow the U.S. to use it’s country to stop Iran. “Our democratic ally” Iraq is now poised to become Iran’s chief ally. If it isn’t already.
Of note, Zebari, a Kurd, has cousins in the Detroit area who are Chaldeans (Iraqi Catholics). Zebari’s side of the family became Muslims when Kurds demanded it in exchange for protection and safety. The Chaldean Zebaris own a coffee shop in the Detroit suburb in which I reside. If only they were running the show, instead of their cousin. Unfortunately, Chaldeans are being driven out of Iraq in droves as Shia Muslim intolerance is killing them.
* Modest Jihadi Tennis Anyone?: Gunmen in Baghdad killed Hussein Ahmed Rashid, coach of the Iraqi national tennis team and two players, for wearing Western-style tennis shorts, according to an Iraqi Olympic officials.
Hey, if Shariah is the law, the law’s gotta be enforced, right?
* We usually strongly disagree with lefty NYTimes columnist Frank Rich, but on one point in his latest column (the rest of which we, yet again, strongly disagree with), he is correct:

On Thursday, the latest American-backed Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri Kamal Al-Maliki, whom President George W. Bush is “proud to call” his “ally and friend,” invited open warfare on American forces by accusing them of conducting Haditha-like killing sprees against civilians as a “regular” phenomenon.

With friends like the Iraqis, who needs enemies?! Yet, another reason why .
We should have, instead, turned it over to a benevolent, pro-U.S., Shah-like dictator.

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There are two reasons why I think installing a benevolent, pro-U.S. dictator wouldn’t work:
1. He would be immediately denounced and rejected by the Muzlum Sewer (Muzlum Street) as a puppet of the “Great Satan”. He and his government would be an immediate target and an insurgency (as we have now) would develop. (The Iranian Revolution took care of the Shah, and it’s the reason why Iran is the problem it is now.)
2. His benevolence would then have to turn repressive and brutal in order to maintain power, further exacerbating the problems.
I think what we should have done was to divide Iraq into three countries:
1. Give the Kurds their region in the north (to hell with Turkey),
2. Give the Sunnis their place in paradise in the central part of Iraq,
3. And give the Sheets (Shiites) their section of that cesspool in the south.
All of those Iraqi barabrians would have preferred it that way, anyway.

Thee_Bruno on June 6, 2006 at 2:17 pm

I agree, unfortunately the Bush Administration thinks those Ottoman devils are our friends. Well, if I had to shoose I’d rather give them part of Iraq than Europe. In fact, moving their grabby paws eastward to Iraq might pit them against Iran. Our brave soldiers may have removed a vicious tyrant, but thanks to the false conservatives and other morons in the government, we have bitten off more than we can chew and now we have an Islamic Persian Empire to deal with. Israel has not been saved, it is more endangered than ever. I think the Israelis can survive this though, they are tough and resourceful and have an impressive arms industry. The Europeans have their own problems to deal with, and they are in no shape to handle this problem. We ought to cut off all foreign aid not only to the Islamist savages but to our civilized allies, in order to let them rebuild themselves and to stop what Patton called waffle ass.

KnightoftheImpaler on June 6, 2006 at 4:11 pm

Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari who renounced his Catholicism and thus ìboughtî protection from Islam needs to hear the words of JESUS who added poignant, and ominous commentary about Judas Iscariot, who was ALSO a traitor.
ìBetter had he (Judas) never been born.î
Hoshyar should have renounced his country like the Detroit Zebaris have obviously done.
Hoshyar is laughably out to lunch IF he thinks the US needs an Iraqi base to launch an attack on Iran.
B-2 ìSpiritsî attained full operational status in 2003. These ìbabiesî can be flown from the continental US and back IF NEEDEDÖbut accommodating bases are ACTUALLY much closer.
What took 10 days and 1600 missions in the Persian Gulf War will take just two B-2s and THREE HOURS, to deliver the same amount of widescale destruction~
Did you see the recent War of the Worlds?
You get the picture.

The Canadien on June 6, 2006 at 4:36 pm

Give the Kurds their region in the north (to hell with Turkey),
i sort of disagree with thee.
i say enforce the treaty of sevres(1920), and give them kurdistan.
that will take part of turkey and iran.
if someone wants to do something about it, biatch slap them back to the seventh century……..oh wait………..

louielouie on June 6, 2006 at 7:08 pm

To louielouie,
That’s all fine and good, however, we’re now living in the 21st century. Old treaties, like the one between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, and the one that you cite, are out of date and meaningless. The Treaty of Versailles, in 2006 would be meaningless today because we are fighting a different enemy. Why try to resurrect and negotiate dead and worthless treaties among civilized people when we’re fighting a new enemy who are nothing but uncivilized barbarians and who worship Satan?
All of us live in an entirely different world from that of the last century. 9/11 proved that.
These people, who would sacrifice and murder their own kids in the name of Islam, are the epitome of evil. And where does their passion come from?….It comes from their degenerate and barabaric death cult, borne from an evil and derananged false prophet named, Mohammed.
BTW, Mohammed was an illiterate, demon-obsessed pedophile.
Read this;
Tabari IX:69 ?Arabs are the most noble people in lineage, the most prominent, and the best in deeds. We were the first to respond to the call of the Prophet. We are Allah?s helpers and the viziers of His Messenger. We fight people until they believe in Allah. He who believes in Allah and His Messenger has protected his life and possessions from us. As for one who disbelieves, we will fight him forever in the Cause of Allah. Killing him is a small matter to us.?
Islam = The Religion of Peace

Thee_Bruno on June 6, 2006 at 10:03 pm

I just say to nuke every single Muslim country over there and take it over. Gas will be cheap and Israel, our one and only ally there, would have more security.
There is no solution for all those nutty Muslim countries. They are not our friends and never will be as long as the U.S. is friendly to Israel. All of them are just unstable and they are all just plain kooks.

Jeff_W on June 7, 2006 at 8:55 am

(Kurds are Shia Muslims)
Actually they are Sunni Muslims.

lawman on June 7, 2006 at 10:43 am

Don’t forget, the Muzlum Lawlessman works for the ACLU (American Communist Lawyers Union). Also don’t forget that he’s a Muzlum first, second, and last.
The ACLU was founded in the 1920s by Roger Baldwin and Crystal Eastman, described as a “progressive” and “the perfect feminist.”
Earl Browder was general secretary of the Communist Party of the United States from 1930 through its dissolution in 1944. When the party was reconstituted as the Communist Political Association later that year, Browder was chosen as its president. Browder proudly proclaimed that the ACLU functioned as “a transmission belt” for the party.

Thee_Bruno on June 8, 2006 at 9:02 pm

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