Jun 8, 2006

AL ZARQAWIS DEAD, ZED...

ready to party with 72 Congressmen.

38 Comments:

Anonymous cjt said...

An Anon posted well yesterday, these types hate Westerners passionately and wish death upon us regartdless of nationality or politics.

Check into blogs and chat room statements from Vets back from Afganistan. Their is no love lost for us there. I repeatedly read how "they all hate us".

A dated report from a U.S. reporter before the Afganistan incursion had him constantly surrounded by small boys pointing their fingers at him like guns and shouting "Osama!".

8:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Take a troll to lunch today and have some "Al-Zarqawi is dead" cake. Then go outside and dance in the streets. Ding Dong Al-Zarqawi is dead. It doesn't get much better than this.

8:52 AM  
Anonymous MtRainier said...

No culture throughout history has willingly accepted another cultures forced values. How do we feel with the chimp and his theoCONs tryng to shove their 16th century ideals down our throats? Change the world with education, health and infrastructure....create permanent hate with military force!

8:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What news is there on Fitz's muzzle by DOJ? The silence sounds to me like Bush was able to stop him before he indicted Rove and got even higher up the feeding chain.

9:01 AM  
Blogger Maggie Burns GrDau said...

Where's the body?

9:01 AM  
Blogger Maggie Burns GrDau said...

Anon opined:
What news is there on Fitz's muzzle by DOJ? The silence sounds to me like Bush was able to stop him before he indicted Rove and got even higher up the feeding chain.

Anon, that reminds me of a joke my son told when he came home from 1st grade, the punchline of which was...

"Shut up, jackass. I know what I'm doing."

9:07 AM  
Anonymous bleeding heart said...

But Al, he used to be somebodies baby once.

9:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"What news is there on Fitz's muzzle by DOJ?"

Mr. Fitzgerald has been rather quite. No target letters, no new indictments and no news conferences.

Trolls Rule!!!

9:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Where's the body?"

I hear it is in pieces. They only showed a photo of a head shot.

Al-Zarqawi is dead and I'm glad.

9:16 AM  
Anonymous anonbot said...

ssshhhh!....careful folks, undetonated troll slime-bomb on page. Avoid stepping on or poking at these ugly little missives, poorly crafted to provoke. The troll(s) will respond with more slimy posts on the page. Outraged responses make them go all soft and fuzzy inside. What they crave.
Have a wonderful day everyone.

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a huge victory for the United States.
Time to celebrate! Next, Bin Laden.

9:25 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Ding-dong, W's imaginary enemy is gone.

Fitz is very quiet. 10:01 I share your concerns. I don't see these people submitting to the will of any court.
Sealed v Sealed is just another delaying tactic for them, until they simply tell Fitz they will ignore the courts ruling when it goes against them.

Ohio gov Taft ignored a court ruling and said he would continue to do so-for school funding found "unconstitutional". He is still ignoring it, three years later.

9:27 AM  
Blogger DoDGoNe said...

In the Iraq Resistance report dataed june 5th etates this:

In a dispatch posted at 10:20am Makkah time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a huge force of hundreds of US troops began moving into al-Anbar province at 3am local time before dawn Monday morning. The columns of American troops had constant air cover from American warplanes as they advanced up the main highway into al-Anbar Province. These are the forces that the United States said it was drawing out of Kuwait to reinforce its beleaguered troops in western Iraq.



Correspondents for Mafkarat al-Islam in Abu Ghurayb, al-Karmah, al-Fallujah, ar-Ramadi, ‘Amiriyat al-Fallujah, and al-Habbaniyah reported that the hundreds of troops are accompanied by dozens of military vehicles of various types.



The correspondents reported that the Americans who are riding in on the vehicles do not resemble the US troops already in al-Anbar Province. They have beards and long hair. Some are not wearing the regular American uniform, a large number of them wearing undershirts and have red bandanas on their heads.



The giant vehicles that the new American troops are driving also differ from those any of the vehicles that the US has brought into the country since it invaded in 2003.



The correspondents reported that a number of those fresh troops settled in al-Fallujah and al-Habbaniyah. A large part of them went into ar-Ramadi where the al-Warrar base is located

it left me thinking who could these troops be untilk I reminded of these articles by Sunsara Taylor:

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/
20060511_battle_cry_theocracy/

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/
20060513_battlecry_philadelphia/


check the video (read banners and notice the main color, red)

http://youtube.com/
watch?v=J09bDQo_Sw8&search=
%22battlecry%22%20concert

BTW Zarkawi is a lie, as amost everything they tell you about this war, which is lost

rom Capitol Hill Blue

The Rant
Field commanders tell Pentagon Iraq war 'is lost'
By DOUG THOMPSON
Jun 5, 2006, 07:13

Military commanders in the field in Iraq admit in private reports to the Pentagon the war "is lost" and that the U.S. military is unable to stem the mounting violence killing 1,000 Iraqi civilians a month.

Even worse, they report the massacre of Iraqi civilians at Haditha is "just the tip of the iceberg" with overstressed, out-of-control Americans soldiers pushed beyond the breaking point both physically and mentally.

"We are in trouble in Iraq," says retired army general Barry McCaffrey. "Our forces can't sustain this pace, and I'm afraid the American people are walking away from this war."

Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has clamped a tight security lid on the increasingly pessimistic reports coming out of field commanders in Iraq, threatening swift action against any military personnel who leak details to the press or public.

The wife of a staff sergeant with Kilo Company, the Marine Unit charged with killing civilians at Haditha, tells Newsweek magazine that the unit was a hotbed of drug abuse, alcoholism and violence.

more in:
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/
artman/publish/
printer_8790.shtml

9:30 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

MtRainier,

True but the damage was done long ago and is repairable imo and I do feel cynical in this regard but also hopeless. Blame it on Western colonialism and Islams inherent historical need to war with all around them. Throw in todays corporate colonism and it gets worse.

A good read on failed U.S. foreign policy is "The Ugly American".

The basic tenets of Islam is conversion or death although I am aware that the majority of todays educated adherents have evolved beyond been that, or so I have read.

Radical Islamic Fundamentalism is as bad as our "Christian" Klansmen and Neo-Nazi "Christian Identity" lunatics here.

History...

The Nazi Roots of Modern Radical Islam:

http://www.freerepublic.com/
focus/news/816232/posts

Ex-Muslims got in a lot trouble for this below and the last I heard the authors have fled for lives:

Mohammad's Believe It or Else.

http://islamcomicbook.com/

http://www.faithfreedom.org/
comics/comics.htm

9:37 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

correction: damage irrepairable.

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trolls are people too. Hug a Troll today, take him or her to lunch, say nice things to a troll. Trolls rule!

9:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mtrainer - I agree with you.

Bush will say this is a victory, but I don't think there is any victory that U.S. has killed somebody with a 500 lb bomb. The military creates so many more Al Zarqawis by every dead body. We must get it into our heads that killing creates more hate and is not the answer to any problem - or there is no hope for humanity. We have to get rid of the war mongers (not by killing but removing them from power) and start cooperating with the world community, helping each other, restore Mother Earth, and create real peace.
D

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

.... and just what did Canada do to the Terrorist to make them want to blow up Canada and behead their PM? There are some that want to kill anyone that doesn't agree with them. Sort of like some on this blog the way they feel about the trolls.

10:34 AM  
Blogger the tin man said...

Canucks are in Afganistan is the excuse.

What did the lady reporter in Iraq do to deserve beheading?

Western poetic platitudes don't really cut it in much of the 3rd world.

10:39 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And where is the body as some of the bloggers say? And is this so called victory is the "killing" of Zarqawi is going to somehow boost up the Gerbil's slumming job approval ratings to say 90% from this profound new pet project of his?? And where is the man in which the Gerbil claims that were really supposed to hunt and kill from the get-go?: Usama (the name used on the FBI most wanted poster).. Oh, sorry Osama..

11:59 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:
72 Congressmen? Is that all? :P LOL!

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm....yes it's all becoming evident now that this bomb strike is another Roveian plot to boost ratings. Imagine someone in the Mid East actually using terror as a weapon? This WH cant' fool me either.

Consider how hurtful it was for that poor man Al Z to be accused of killing all those innocent Iraqi kids?

And where is the body indeed? Why is it in a morgue and not displayed in the street? Actually I'll never be convinced until I see it in person.

All of the Al Queda I ever met were the finest gentlest men and my memories of singing Kum Bay Ja around the fires at night with them are held dearly.

Some here seem to be so bent from this Administration that it clouds clear thinking.

3:29 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Zarqawi dead or not, what about the other victims of the bomb? Have we sunken so low to accept Collateral Damage on such a casual base?

There were other people who did from the attack a child amongst them, how big a pice are we willing to pay to get a terrorist?

One innocent life, two, three, twenty, fifty?

3:51 PM  
Anonymous i know everything said...

Al Zarqawis is not dead. Karl Rove has him hidden in a Hilton Hotel in beautiful Washington DC.
Room 666

4:08 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

If Al Zarqawis is dead look for over 100,000 new Al Zarqawis's to step up. The US just made a martyr of Al Zarqawis and nothing will been the same. We can thank Bush/Cheney/Rove/Rummy for making this man bigger then what he is or was. Now if they lied again and Zarqawis isn't dead the world will see again that the US govenment are liars yet again.

4:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jackie,

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is examining the personal finances records of House Appropriations Chairman Jerry Lewis (R-CA), his wife and two aides as part of its investigation into the defense contract lobbying scandals linked to disgraced Rep. Duke Cunningham (R-CA), according to today's Roll Call.
A special agent was also dispatched to the office of another Congressman, Ken Calvert (R-CA) in order to retrieve records
http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/FBI_probes_personal_finances_of_House_0608.html

4:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting:

1. From thinkprogress:

Cost of Iraq.
House and Senate negotiators have neared a compromise to finally pass the supplemental spending bill, which will provide more than $70 billion for Iraq and Afghanistan. “After the talks broke early yesterday morning, lawmakers came back to prepare a new fiscal 2007 Pentagon budget that includes another $50 billion in emergency funding, largely for Iraq operations. The cumulative U.S. investment in Iraq is now approaching $370 billion; more striking is the rapid escalation in the pace of monthly expenditures.”

2. More info on Jerry Lewis:


Lewis Aide's Husband Hits It Big as Defense Lobbyist

Richard White was a tobacco man until 2000. In 1998, he worked as a lobbyist for the Tobacco Institute. And in 1999, he opened his own lobbying firm, Richard White Public Affairs Consulting, with a single client: Brown and Williamson Tobacco. The company paid him $50,000 for the work. Then, as now, White ran his consulting firm out of the White's home in Fort Washington, Maryland, a Washington suburb.
But in 2000, one year after Jerry Lewis became chair of the defense appropriations subcommittee (taking Letitia White along with him), Richard White registered to lobby for "defense spending items" on behalf of a lobbyist. It's not clear which of the lobbyist's clients White was working for.
That arrangement continued for the next few years, White receiving between $20,000 and $45,000 annually from the firm, called R.C. Whitner & Associates. From 2000 to 2005, White received $205,000 from the group.
But in 2003, something changed. Richard White began picking up defense contractors as clients - without going through Whitner. That was the same year that his wife Letitia left Lewis to join Lowery's lobbying firm.

Richard White's client list has continued to grow - last year, he pulled in $280,000 from six clients, all defense contractors.

http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/000859.php

Good night! Signing off!

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah and don't forget to say a little prayer for Al Z

goodnight you kook.

9:34 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

72 congressmen....took me awhile to
get it. Correlates with the 72 virgins that Al Zarqawis has been promised in heaven. If the good Lord lets that monster in, we're all good to go!

5:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you please release the Rove indictments so Truthout and Jason Leopold can get their lives back? They are starting to look like reckless press.

8:34 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

72 "Houris", an incredibly beautiful and sedutive angelic being of a passionate sexual nature who each morning is "revirginized".

"The Prophet" also was very explicit in the Hell that awaited all women so they had to come up with something in Heaven I guess for the horn dogs.

8:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Our future depends on how the conflicts are resolved in the Middle East.
D

10:01 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Bonjour!

Yes, to the Tin Man on the Canucks being in Afghanistan. It seems some folks are missing the point that the Toronto 17 are mostly all under the age of 24. Had they gone to a mosque with a different person in charge, the outcome, I doubt, would have been the same.

I cannot stay on very long, other than I must admit to my new "Toronto Star" addiction (why are non-U.S. newspapers so much better?) and the RCMP figured out how to deal with the bureaucracy of CT back in 1984.

4:31 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Ack! I meant to write the word "different" instead of "same". I meant that the Muslim "kids" in Toronto probably would not have become the Toronto 17 if a less Western-hating leader had been in charge of the mosque. In other words, it is possible that such a age group is more open to the ideas of others.

4:34 PM  
Anonymous cripsycremes said...

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http://today.reuters.com/news/
newsArticle.aspx?type=politicsNews&storyID=
2006-06-09T153421Z_01_WAT005784_RTRUKOC_0_
US-NUCLEAR-IRAN-BUSH.xml



Mr. Bush says the government in Tehran has "weeks, not months", to respond to the latest proposal by the United States and its European allies.


Mr Bush has the respect, decency, audacity, arrogance,... (would you like to know something?...it doesn't really matter what he has)...he set a deadline...that's the point. He set a deadline for an "enemy".

So, for whatever it took him to decide and for whatever reason... a deadline was set.

Yet, he does not have what it takes, and for whatever reason, to set a deadline for OUR OWN troops to come home.

He has aided the enemy by dashing any hopes (and simultanously demoralized) OUR OWN troops of ever embracing any thoughts of returning home.

Our "enemies" say: "Mission accomplished" and job well done.


I will give you the DECENCY and RESPECT (you don't deserve),
Mr. Bush, of a deadline...
- 48 hours - to stand down,
be relieved of your command, office and duties...that's far, far more that what you have given the entire armed forces under your command.

4:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee heres an idea, "if you can't get along with eachother then get away from eachother".

"Honey the trash is spilling out all over the place, do you think you can...dispose of it"

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