Saturday, November 17, 2007

Basra attacks down 90% since British troops left

There are many voices out there that claim that Bush and Blair had no plans for post-war Iraq. While their claims are sincere, they are not valid.

Bush, Blair and Israel had plans for post-war Iraq. Plans that involved sending in goon squads to sow fear and spread distrust among Iraqi's by ordering these government sanctioned hit squads to wreak mayhem upon Iraqi's thru murder and targeted assassinations... and blowing up the occasional mosque.

The rabid neoCONs and their shadowy supporters overseas realized that bringing peace to Iraq would necessitate a withdrawal of the Occupation Army of the West and that was not in their plans.

By fostering a climate of death and destruction in Iraq, the goon squad's murderous actions would be used as a justification to keep the Occupation Army of the West in Iraq for decades to come.... or until either the oil runs out or our corrupted and comprised government finds another "boogeyman."

From the Independent Online:

The British army says violence in Basra has fallen by 90% since it withdrew from the southern Iraqi city earlier this year.

Around 500 British soldiers left one of Saddam Hussein's palaces in the heart of the city in early September and stopped conducting regular foot patrols.

A spokesman says the Iraqi security forces still come under attack from militants in Basra, but the overall level of violence is down 90% since the British troops left.

Independent Online

Mounting evidence indicates that the ‘Salvador Option’ mooted for Iraq is already proceeding at full throttle (2005)

On 8 January this year, Newsweek published an article that claimed the US government was considering a ‘Salvador Option’ to combat the insurgency in Iraq ( ). The Salvador Option is a reference to the military assistance programme of the 1980s, initiated under Jimmy Carter and subsequently pursued by the Reagan administration, in which the US trained and materially supported the Salvadoran military in its counter-insurgency campaign against popularly supported FMLN guerrillas. The Newsweek article was widely cited in the mainstream media but the allegations were rapidly dismissed by Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld. Though the reports mentioned human-rights violations, they generally made little of the fact that it was the very units that US military advisors had instructed that were frequently responsible for the most unspeakable crimes* and that there was at times a clear correlation between fresh bouts of training and subsequent atrocities (see Noam Chomsky, ‘The Crucifixion of El Salvador’, ).

Global Research

Two Undercover Agents Rescued by British in Basra May Have Been Israelis

You have two SAS undercover agents, disguised as Mehdi army, roaming around Basra, during a religious festival, with a car wired as a massive car bomb. They were stopped at a checkpoint, and if they were really SAS, all they needed to do was show an ID.

Something happened, and they decided to try an escape. They killed two policeman, were involved in a firefight, and captured.

The British and Americans installed these police, so what made this event escalate to a battle? Why shootouts at checkpoints, two assaults on police stations, arrest warrants, and numerous versions of what really happened.

Everything points to these 'SAS' as being Israeli commandos, and the Mossad was petrified they would talk. British now say they can't find the operatives.

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