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23 February 2006
The al-Askari bombings & a nice dose of hand-shandery
The nice thing about being a wanker for war is that you get to believe everything that the boss class tells you. Al Qaida was behind the recent bombing of the al-Askari shrine in Iraq? No problem, if that's what the Americans say, you believe it.

I have no idea who carried out the bombings. It could very well turn out to be al-Qaida. However, it could just as easily be a false-flag operation run by the USA. Why would they want to do this? Well, as Iraq slides further and further from imperialism's orbit, the notion of a secular, capitalist country that will recognise Israel and do as Washington wants becomes more and more unlikely.

So what about a fallback position? How about one that actually encourages the country to fall to bits, and then props-up the oil rich chunks that the Kurds and Shia will try to carve out? As a theory it has about as much evidence behind it as the notion that al-Qaida are responsible.

This sick act reeks of black ops. Not only does it distract from the recent 'foto exchange' and home movie show -- it neatly divides muslims who've been up almost in arms around the planet lately, for some reason... Not to mention it weakens a recalcitrant Iraqi regime, as you say.

Too much "Qui bono..?" bad mojo going on around here.

Oh yeah -- 2 planes: 3 towers.
Now guess who did this.

24 February 2006 at 05:39  

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