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John F. Burns shouldn't be listened to.

John F. Burns
Published: January 7, 2007

If you wanted to read a propaganda that john burns write time to time, it is here again. Burns make us to think Americans and Iraqis were arguing over the lynching of Saddam the night he was done with. This sucker appeared so many times on Charlie rose shows. A man who chokes on any truth and contradicts a “reality” he wants to construct. John is a loser he knows it too. Sniffing behind the murderous American troops, he finds garbage which he delivers as they are to readers. He as an ardent supporter of a rape of Iraq shouldn’t be listened at all.

"U.S. opposition to executing Saddam in haste centered partly on the fact that the Id al-Adha holiday, marking the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, began for Sunnis at sunrise Saturday. In Baghdad, the sun was to rise at 7:06 a.m. Iraqi officials had promised the hanging would be over before the dawn light began seeping through the palm trees that shade the streets of the capital."
Would y…

Chilling new evidence of Haditha massacre

Staff Sgt Frank D Wuterich a leader of murder squad.
"They appear to have taken revenge on the occupants of a white taxi which arrived on the scene shortly afterwards. The report describes how, after telling them to get out of the vehicle, the Marines' squad leader, Staff Sgt Frank D Wuterich, opened fire on the Iraqis with his M16 rifle from a distance of no more than 10ft, despite the fact that some of them had their hands up. The men, standing in a line, dropped to the ground as an Iraqi soldier attached to the marines unit looked on in horror."
"Another marine at the scene, Sgt Sanick P Dela Cruz, tells the inquiry how he then fired additional shots into the dead men as they lay on the ground. In an additional mark of disrespect, the report said, he later urinated on one of the corpses."

Somalia: A State Restored? Not So Fast

January 6, 2007
Somalia: A State Restored? Not So Fast

by William S. Lind
For more than a decade, Somalia has been Exhibit A in the Hall of Statelessness, a place where the state had not merely weakened into irrelevance but disappeared. Somalia's statelessness had defeated even the world's only hyperpower, the United States, when it had intervened militarily to restore order. Fourth Generation war theorists, myself included, frequently pointed to Somalia as an example of the direction in which other places were headed.

Then, over the past several weeks, a Blitzkrieg-like campaign by the Ethiopian army seemed to change everything. A Fourth Generation entity, the Islamic Courts, which had taken control of most of Somalia, was brushed aside with ease by Ethiopian tanks and jets. A makeshift state, the Transitional Federal Government, which had been created years ago by other states but was almost invisible within Somalia, was installed in Mogadishu. The Somali state was restored …

Democrats: we are no less warmongers than Republicans.

"Iran with nuclear weapons is unacceptable, new House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told The Jerusalem Post hours after entering the party leadership position.

The Maryland Democrat said the view is shared by his party, rejecting assertions that the Democrats would be weaker than the Republicans on Iran.

He also said that the use of force against Teheran remained an option."