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Interntional community supports Americans against Bush war plan

Not your ABC | 11.01.2007 23:10 | Analysis | Anti-militarism | Repression | World

The public hanging of Saddam Hussein proves the point nicely. Bush intended to escalate violence so he could stay the course, splice and dice while stealing Iraq's resources.

Against Bush war plan
Against Bush war plan

The International Community is supporting Americans against US War Criminal George Bush's war plan to increase militants in Iraq; warning America's credibility has been over for a long time......

US war criminal George W Bush has begun selling his bloody war plan to send more than 20,000 additional militants to Iraq. Most will go to Baghdad.

Their aim is to hold on to their occupation and their investment. The costs of the illegal and degrading war which include, crimes against humanity, resulting in the estimated deaths of 655,000 plus dead and over 3,000 US militants to secure oil in the region is a holocaust.

The International community have no confidence in the escalating violence and now by sending additional militants will only inflame violent tensions in the region even more.

The credibility of the United States was over in Iraq....along time ago!

The public hanging of Saddam Hussein proves the point nicely. Bush intended to escalate violence so he could stay the course, splice and dice while stealing Iraq's resources.

Allegedly the Democrat controlled US Congress is moving to scuttle the plan? We wait with baited breath...

Democrat Senator Carl Levin says the President does not have public support for the troop boost.

"It is a matter of he wants to plunge us deeper into this quagmire."

Even senior Republicans are opposing the plan.

Iraq's Sunni opposition group has also condemned the plan.

The Association of Muslim Scholars is a Sunni group, allegedly linked to resistance groups.

It has warned the new American militants will face deadly resistance.

The group says the extra militants will fail to make a difference, just as the 40,000 militants they will be joining have failed.

It says that the militants will be killed, but will first kill twice as many innocent Iraqis.

British dissent

The British Community is in disbelieve about war criminal and holocaust denier George W Bush's new war plan to send extra militants to Iraq.

Bobo, the British clown says the despotic approach by the US led Coalition of the Killing and Iraqi puppet government shows that they are determined to hold on to their investment in the oil rich region.

"Margaret Beckett, the British Foreign Minister's hopes that this joint effort will resolve the security situation, is a farce which is undermining efforts to end the occupation in Iraq, and will indeed fail to keep the peace," he said.

Bobo also says that UK militants are occupying British controlled Basra and they look like sending in more militants soon.

Australian dissent

Meanwhile the Australian Community says there is an indication the US is planning to take action against Iran and Syria.

US militants stormed an Iranian consular office in the northern Iraqi Kurdish city of Arbil and arrested five people, including diplomats and staff, Iranian officials say.

While announcing his new holocaust to try to maintain power and the oil investments in Iraq, Bush accused the two countries of providing support for attacks on American occupiers within Iraq.

The Australian Community says the main focus is on peace and US hegemony in the oil rich region.

If that involves assisting - in particular - any Iranian, but also Syrian or Syrian-based support for resistance then me must stand by them.

That's to say the Americans appear to be preparing to take measures within Iran and within Syria, and I think that's undeniable.

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Blair vows to maintain Britain's 'hard power' role in world

12.01.2007 18:42

Prime Minister Tony Blair has vowed to bolster Britain's military "hard power" on the world stage to combat the new threats of global terrorism, warning that retreat would be a catastrophe.

Mr Blair said the challenge faced by the world since the 9/11 attacks in the United States resembled the free world's fight against "revolutionary communism in its early and most militant phase".

"Put simply, September 11, 2001 changed everything," Mr Blair said in a policy speech aboard HMS Albion in the southern English naval port of Plymouth, which set the tone for the period after he leaves office later this year.

"Our commitment has to go beyond our armed forces. In truth, this battle we are engaged in is a hearts and minds battle as much as a military one," he said.

Without giving details, the Prime Minister pledged more spending on the armed forces to meet the unconventional global threat from a movement of fanatics wielding a warped version of Islam.

Despite recent increases in funding, he said, much more has to be invested to meet the military missions carried out by British troops.

He referred to shortfalls for British troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, though he said they had been exaggerated.

"So our enemy will see their strategic advantages as terrorism and time. They are not a conventional army," he said.

"They can't be defeated by conventional means. But this is the enemy our armed forces face today."

He said the enemy also knows how to sow doubts among the British public by killing British soldiers overseas.

"Yet to retreat in the face of this threat would be a catastrophe. It would strengthen this global terrorism, proliferate it, expand its circle of sympathisers," he said.

"My choice would be for armed forces... to be war fighters as well as peacekeepers; for a British foreign policy keeps our American alliance strong and is prepared to project hard as well as soft power."


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bill for military draft in US

12.01.2007 21:06

Democratic Congressman reintroduces bill for military draft in US

Charles Rangel, the Democratic chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, reintroduced a bill on Thursday that would institute a military draft for all legal residents of the United States between the ages of 18 and 42.

Joe Kay


13.01.2007 00:20

Good grief.