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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

The Second Biggest Story of Last Week

Did anybody notice that Iran and Iraq entered into a military agreement with each other last week? It happened on the day of the London bombings. In fact, it wasn't even reported in the United States until the next day. And by the time the story did makes its way here, it was hardly dealt with properly. But the story is so telling! The story indicates just how defeated we are in the Iraqi campaign.

Basically, Iraq is choosing its alliances, and it wishes to draw closer to Iran. Iraq is thumbing its nose at America and making friends with its neighbor, going so far as to allow Iran to train Iraq's military! Is there any question that we are on the verge of seeing an emboldened Iran in the Middle East? Basically, the US did for Iran what Iran could not do during its long war with Iraq- it destroyed the Sunni (anti-Iranian) government and empowered the Shi'a (pro-Iranian) population. Brilliant!

Basically, American taxpayers and soldiers paid for (and died for) Iran's entry and expansion into Iraq.

Is it any wonder that this story was hardly covered by the American media? Its basically the beginning of the end in Iraq.

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Awesome post. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

I had heard a bit about this, but I have to wonder...if we wanted (in part) for Iraqi's to be able to make their own decisions we sould be prepared for what those decisions turn out to be.

As long as this new alliance doesn't aim to create international havoc through even more proliferated terrorism, I say fine. After all, they know each other's needs far better than we do. And if Iraq and Iran gear up to form some kind of evil terror exporting empire, then we'll just have to deal with that too.

In short, Iran is just seeking to influence their region as we do in ours, and trying to protect themselves from a US invasion. If their vitriolic hatred of all things Western can be tamed, perhaps an Iran/Iraq fusion isn't a bad thing.
Would at least offer a chance to remove our soldiers from the scene.

Blood is thicker than Coca-cola and Pepsi!

These Arabs cannot be trusted.
The are snakes.

The are only teaming up for their grand alliance against Israel. The final conflict.

Hey Orikinia,

Iranians are NOT arabs. You dont even know what you are talking about!

So, arabs cannot be trusted, eh? I remember the days when the "Japs" couldn't be trusted. Or the days when the Russians couldn't be trusted. Or the days when the Brits couldn't be trusted.

Get a clue. Life isn't so black and white. Did you ever question whether WE could be trusted?

Ken,

I agree with you completely. My point, however, was that the Neocons entire agenda for Middle East domination is backfiring horribly.

A democratic Iraq should be allowed to do as it chooses. And our administration should have certainly seen this coming, being that Iraq has an enormous Shi'a population and shares religious holy lands with the Iranians. But they didn't, and thats my point.

So not only did they lie for their agenda, but it seems their agenda isn't even working in their favor!

That's great payback for our Kurosawa-esque playing both sides in the Iran-Iraq War. Biting us in the ass now.

Brad,

Thats funny you should say that. I was just watching High and Low last night!

How about some details relating to this "agreement."

Was it a mutual defense pact, or did they agree to work together to wage jihad against the rest of the world, or are they merely sharing toilet paper between the two countries' armies?

Trevor,

LOL. I linked to one of the articles. If you wish, you may Google the term "Iran Iraq Agreement".

You can learn more there.

Thanks for the posts.

I was surprised last week when that story went largely unreported. If only there'd been a good fear-mongering angle or a missing white woman....

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Awesome post. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

I had heard a bit about this, but I have to wonder...if we wanted (in part) for Iraqi's to be able to make their own decisions we sould be prepared for what those decisions turn out to be.

As long as this new alliance doesn't aim to create international havoc through even more proliferated terrorism, I say fine. After all, they know each other's needs far better than we do. And if Iraq and Iran gear up to form some kind of evil terror exporting empire, then we'll just have to deal with that too.

In short, Iran is just seeking to influence their region as we do in ours, and trying to protect themselves from a US invasion. If their vitriolic hatred of all things Western can be tamed, perhaps an Iran/Iraq fusion isn't a bad thing.
Would at least offer a chance to remove our soldiers from the scene.

Blood is thicker than Coca-cola and Pepsi!

These Arabs cannot be trusted.
The are snakes.

The are only teaming up for their grand alliance against Israel. The final conflict.

Hey Orikinia,

Iranians are NOT arabs. You dont even know what you are talking about!

So, arabs cannot be trusted, eh? I remember the days when the "Japs" couldn't be trusted. Or the days when the Russians couldn't be trusted. Or the days when the Brits couldn't be trusted.

Get a clue. Life isn't so black and white. Did you ever question whether WE could be trusted?

Ken,

I agree with you completely. My point, however, was that the Neocons entire agenda for Middle East domination is backfiring horribly.

A democratic Iraq should be allowed to do as it chooses. And our administration should have certainly seen this coming, being that Iraq has an enormous Shi'a population and shares religious holy lands with the Iranians. But they didn't, and thats my point.

So not only did they lie for their agenda, but it seems their agenda isn't even working in their favor!

That's great payback for our Kurosawa-esque playing both sides in the Iran-Iraq War. Biting us in the ass now.

Brad,

Thats funny you should say that. I was just watching High and Low last night!

How about some details relating to this "agreement."

Was it a mutual defense pact, or did they agree to work together to wage jihad against the rest of the world, or are they merely sharing toilet paper between the two countries' armies?

Trevor,

LOL. I linked to one of the articles. If you wish, you may Google the term "Iran Iraq Agreement".

You can learn more there.

Thanks for the posts.

I was surprised last week when that story went largely unreported. If only there'd been a good fear-mongering angle or a missing white woman....

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