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  • Neo-cons always ask the important questions

    by Al-Hack
    25th February, 2006 at 6:59 pm    

    I ain’t buying the conspiracy theory that the Americans started it and want it to happen - because they are the ones going to get caught in the crossfire. If violence between Shia and Sunni in Pakistan is anything to go by, the current fighting was waiting to happen. At least Fox News cares.
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    1. Colette Spears

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    1. Voice 1 — on 25th February, 2006 at 7:08 pm  

      Sadr’s Shias and the Sunnis have come to a peace agreement, haven’t you heard the news?,5936,18278442%255E1702,00.html

      I wouldn’t have thought they’d do that if one side thought the other was responsible for bombing that Moaque.

    2. j0nz — on 25th February, 2006 at 7:31 pm  

      Well Neo-cons AND Iraqis

    3. Bikhair — on 26th February, 2006 at 3:05 am  


      You are retarded. You know that right?

    4. soru — on 26th February, 2006 at 11:33 am  

      Today’s word is ‘takfiri’, meaning ‘the kind of muslim who would blow up a mosque to prove just how serious they are about the whole muslim thing’.

      If you draw a line with sunni on one side and shi’a on the other, you are going to get ugly results. ‘resistor and collaborator’, ‘terrorist and citizen’, ‘jihadi and crusader’, much the same.

      Draw a line with takfiri on one side, everyone else on the other, and ‘Iraq’ will be well on the way to being more commonly used as the name of a country, not a war.


    5. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 11:47 am  

      See folks, there you have it. There’s coming a civil war violence in Iraq. And SECTARIAN violence. That’s the kicker right there. It makes The Iraq War was wrong. (Not that wasn’t wrong for other reasons but this the kicker). Heck who even know about sectarian was before we invaded Iraq? I had to look it up after the war wehn we starting seeing sectarian all over the place. That’s the legacy of the wrong Iraq war

      The article(I’m reading on from memory) was all about like how the Sh’i'i’tes is start to rataliating now. Say waht you like about Saddam but under his hand they NEVER use to rataliate. So I mean LLOL if you do a war on a country that take’s from a situation were the Sh’ii’t'es’ not rataliate to one were they can? RFLFLLOL how can that not be wrong. (This is so obvious its helarious the dhinger’s just don’t get it. IMagine them, there brows all furrowed, scratch there heads “I don’t get it” RFFLMA).

      I guess the idiots could of crossed there fingers (maybe) up till this point in the hopes that Hopefully (for them) the Sunni’s wouldn’t try to kill the Shi’t'es and visa verca. Because then and ONLY then (maybe, well not relly) they could the say The Iraq War wasn’t wrong. if no person in Iraq decides to try to kill a another person.

      See, let me explain to you in fully. At now we have a situation were ALOT of person in Iraq is try to kill another person. Sunni on Shi’ties and visa verca. That situ7ation makes the The Iraq War was wrong. When you do a war and than after wards some people in the country you did a war on maybe don’t want to be in a country with some of the other people of the country you did a war on, and so than they do attack’s to whip up cival war on each other, and so it’s like “boom” here’s one attack then “bam” a another attack in reponse. That means the war you did on teh country was wrong. Again, maybe it could of been otherwise if the Sunni’s chose not to attacks Shi’t'eis’. It was the Sunni’s choice wether to make are war on Iraq wrong or not wrong. Well, they’ve decided. They’ve decided to make it wrong. (Good answer BWT). Instead of not trying to kill Shiiites (and make the Iraq war somehow not wrong) they’ve consistently try to kill them and GUES WAHT IDIOTS sorry but that decision of theres, makes The Iraq War was wrong.

      Well there could of been a another way for the neocons not to have The Iraq War was wrong on there hands: the Shiites could of not chose to rataliate. Like before, under Saddam (pre wrong war). That would (maybe! just saying, theorteical) make The Iraq War not be wrong. But now the didn’t make that choise: they ARE rataliating (sectarain). So they have chosen to make The Iraq War was wrong and ergo The Iraq War was wrong.

      Thats the stupid thing about waht the dhingers did BWT. Choosing to do a war on Iraq. Didn’t someone tell them that wehn they did that war, they were taking HUGE risk, because even if(mircaulously) the war at the first wasn’t wrong, still like 3 years after the war happened, any single Sunni and/or Shii’tes there could suddenly BAM make the 2003 war was wrong by waking up one day and deciding Hey I’ll tryingg to kill a another person? Didn’t someone tell them that(like advisers). That’s why wehn people talk about Rove genius? I don’t know waht there talking about.

    6. Jay Singh — on 26th February, 2006 at 11:51 am  

      Heck who even know about sectarian was before we invaded Iraq? I had to look it up after the war wehn we starting seeing sectarian all over the place. That’s the legacy of the wrong Iraq war

      Mike, those of us who live in the real world, with Northern Ireland in our consciousness and that kind of thing, always knew what sectarian meant, and knew that it involved mass killing, bombs and shootings.

      God Bless the innocence (?) of Americans

    7. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 12:09 pm  


      YOu guys shoulnt have been in Ireland in the first place, Tell me what were you doing their? In my part of the world you cant swing a dead cat around your head without hitting several paddys, tell me Jay what are all these Micks doing here.(potato famine created by Brits)And what does this have to do with the war in Iraq? I’m not saying I want Saddam back. NOEONE take’s a back seat to me waehn it comes to saying Saddam’s a bad man . BOY am I steamed at Saddam for some of the thing’s he . Man I’d like to get my hands on him. But, is Saddam the only bad man? I say no. Theres other bad men(can give link’s if you want).

      Moreover maybe this type of violence in Iraq is part of mooselim or Arab culture and tradition. and who are we to judge?

      And by the way I,m no Yank, Im a Canadian! I’m still in mourning over are hockey loss in the olimpics, at least our womyn won ; )

    8. Jay Singh — on 26th February, 2006 at 12:14 pm  

      Ah, Canada - the only country to make Belgium seem exciting.

    9. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 12:20 pm  

      Well Jay my folks come from Essex and that is not the most exciting place either. At least we have a little elbow room over here and decent teeth.

    10. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 12:25 pm  

      Why pickl on the Belgians? I once spent a very drunken afternoon in Ostend after a particulllary stomach churning ferry ride from Dover. What I can remember is mainly good.

    11. j0nz — on 26th February, 2006 at 1:28 pm  

      Mike you are hilarious. I recognise his writing style.

    12. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 3:38 pm  


      Just curous, but who is your current infidiil babe of the week?

    13. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 3:49 pm  


      On your website that is

    14. j0nz — on 26th February, 2006 at 3:53 pm  

      Mike it’s Monica Bellucci. Thanks Bikhair! That’s the nicest thing you’ve ever said to me.

    15. Mike — on 26th February, 2006 at 3:56 pm  

      Wow, she looks a little differnent from when I saw her in teh “passion of Christ” Boooring! Which my idiont right wing brother has seen 20 times.

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