More troops in Iraq..Stupid Bush!

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Bush wants to send at least 20 000 troops in Irak to enforce security in Baghdad. This is the new, stupid policy of the US president for Iraq.
More Americans around 61% are against this new Iraq policy by Bush administration. No weapons of mass destruction n still George Bush is adamant on continuing his War on Terrorism. “Surgical strikes” we heard in the beginning of the war but the number of casualties + Iraqi deaths + those “suspects” at Guantanamo + death of American troops is far more than the number of persons killed in the September 11 attacks.

More troops is not the solution. This will in fact create more problems in Iraq, a country which is already on the verge of a Civil war.

In trying to be credible at any cost, George Bush is not winning his War on Terrorism. Militias n insurgency will not end with more American presence there. On the country they will grow faster.

Just hope the Democrats n the people of America win in their opposition against this policy!

BBC NEWS:

I think this speech given last night by this president represents the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in this country since Vietnam if it’s carried out,” (Republican Senator Chuck Hagel)

LEXPRESS.fr

“On ne peut améliorer une guerre qui était, dès le début, illégitime et illégale”, a déclaré Sunsara Taylor porte-parole d’un mouvement appelé “Le monde ne peut attendre – Chassez le régime de Bush”.

(Also posted on: Ishtiba- Blog)

Ishtiba Yr3

 

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7 thoughts on “More troops in Iraq..Stupid Bush!

  1. Dear Mr. President: Send Even MORE Troops (and you go, too!) …from Michael Moore

    1/10/07

    Dear Mr. President,

    Thanks for your address to the nation. It’s good to know you still want to talk to us after how we behaved in November.

    Listen, can I be frank? Sending in 20,000 more troops just ain’t gonna do the job. That will only bring the troop level back up to what it was last year. And we were losing the war last year! We’ve already had over a million troops serve some time in Iraq since 2003. Another few thousand is simply not enough to find those weapons of mass destruction! Er, I mean… bringing those responsible for 9/11 to justice! Um, scratch that. Try this — BRING DEMOCRACY TO THE MIDDLE EAST! YES!!!

    You’ve got to show some courage, dude! You’ve got to win this one! C’mon, you got Saddam! You hung ‘im high! I loved watching the video of that — just like the old wild west! The bad guy wore black! The hangmen were as crazy as the hangee! Lynch mobs rule!!!

    Look, I have to admit I feel very sorry for the predicament you’re in. As Ricky Bobby said, “If you’re not first, you’re last.” And you being humiliated in front of the whole world does NONE of us Americans any good.

    Sir, listen to me. You have to send in MILLIONS of troops to Iraq, not thousands! The only way to lick this thing now is to flood Iraq with millions of us! I know that you’re out of combat-ready soldiers — so you have to look elsewhere! The only way you are going to beat a nation of 27 million — Iraq — is to send in at least 28 million! Here’s how it would work:

    The first 27 million Americans go in and kill one Iraqi each. That will quickly take care of any insurgency. The other one million of us will stay and rebuild the country. Simple.

    Now, I know you’re saying, where will I find 28 million Americans to go to Iraq? Here are some suggestions:

    1. More than 62,000,000 Americans voted for you in the last election (the one that took place a year and half into a war we already knew we were losing). I am confident that at least a third of them would want to put their body where their vote was and sign up to volunteer. I know many of these people and, while we may disagree politically, I know that they don’t believe someone else should have to go and fight their fight for them — while they hide here in America.

    2. Start a “Kill an Iraqi” Meet-Up group in cities across the country. I know this idea is so early-21st century, but I once went to a Lou Dobbs Meet-Up and, I swear, some of the best ideas happen after the third mojito. I’m sure you’ll get another five million or so enlistees from this effort.

    3. Send over all members of the mainstream media. After all, they were your collaborators in bringing us this war — and many of them are already trained from having been “embedded!” If that doesn’t bring the total to 28 million, then draft all viewers of the FOX News channel.

    Mr. Bush, do not give up! Now is not the time to pull your punch! Don’t be a weenie by sending in a few over-tired troops. Get your people behind you and YOU lead them in like a true commander in chief! Leave no conservative behind! Full speed ahead!

    We promise to write. Go get ’em W!

    Yours,

    Michael Moore

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  2. Bush’s attitude is a good example of flagrant dictatorship> millions of people around the world marching and protesting against this war has not stopped him from carrying on with his vicious ‘self-empowerment’ schemes.

    He clearly does not believe in democracy and peace, and instead believes in barbaric totalitarianism, which he hopes will help him command respect over the world by making others fear him. A donkey can think & act more sensibly that Bush.

    Shaan

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  3. Well well now… “flagrant dictatorship”? I would like to remind you that he is accepted as being ‘democratically elected’ in the last presidential elections.

    Now those millions of people marching around the globe… there are 2 ways to look at it. One, already being debated here, and second, the ‘Republican’ point of view: Why should that stop the Bush administration carrying on this “vicious self-empowerment” schemes? After all, those foreigners didn’t vote for him did they! They are *not* the voice of the american people.

    Only the american people can have a say, and those who voted for him did so to ‘eradicate terrorism’, ‘take the war to the enemies’ countries’, ‘protect the American Dream or the Manifest Destiny’ etc. And above all, also to have enough gas to run their SUV around!

    Mind you, i’m not particularly fan of Bush, (my International Terrorist Bush Tshirt i used to show off at UOM stands as one good proof), but calling him “flagrant dictatorship” is just an opinion, which i respect. But semantically incorrect.

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  4. P.S if you’re all looking for someone to blame, turn towards the Security Council and the UN in the broader sense and above all, that so-called Secretary General Kofi Anan. And for those who remember: “The only thing necessary for evil to flourish is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke

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  5. In this war, people were not protesting against Bush as the president of the USA, but as the leader of the international coalition of 48 Member Countries across Europe, Africa, Middle-East & Asia that went to War.

    So everyone from those 48 countries are in a way or another connected to this war, even if many were against it.

    The UN clearly have no power anymore as it is clearly corrupt. It was created in 1945 to replace the League of Nations, and I think it has done its job since. I think its time for global governance to be replaced by global cooperation.

    Shaan

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  6. The UN lost its ‘remaining ‘credibility by nt intervening to stop this illegal war…

    @ Shaan – u r right wat we need is ‘global cooperation’…Bush and his coalition cannot decide on their own.

    @ AMrish
    Its not only the UN’s responsibility. Bush has created chaos in that country…for wat ? weapons of mass destruction… Stil to be found! Some even think this was just a bluff from Saddam to protect himself from attacks..fm Iran n the Shittes

    Democratically elected? yes!!! but the millions of people across the globe have a say also coz its no more about USA’s internal affair!

    Its about the future of other countries, its about innocents being killed evryday, suffering, lost childhood, refugees, about shattering a country’s future n creatin hatred among the different communities!!!

    His War on terror has not eradicated terrorism…its in fact spreading it across borders, increasing anti-American feeling across the Middle-East thus more Al-Qaeda & terrorist groups than ever…

    Finally we r living in a more insecure world!!

    Ishtiba

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