# Contact info submission url: exile-blog.blogspot.com site_owner: address1: address2: city: state: country: postal_code: phone_number: display_email: site_name: site_description: The Exile

E-Mail Me

My Twitter

Top Blogs

LeftWing2

Campaign 4 Public Ownership

FASO

FASSIT

Mothers For Justice

Ian Josephs

UKSecretCourt's Videos

Unity-Injustice




Chris Paul

David Lindsay

Heresy Corner

Machetera

Martin Meenagh

Neil Clark

Organised Rage

Renegade Eye

Serb Blog

Splintered Sunrise

Star of Vergina

Unrepentant Communist

Agitprop

British Politics

Censorship 01

Collaborators

Gimlet

Imperialism

Memories

Mexico

New Britain 01

New Britain 02

Sleaze

Social Work Industry

Wankblogs

Working Class

Atom Feed

XML Feed





11 April 2006
Afghanistan, Iraq & Iran.
Talk of war against Iran grows by the day, but I am still not convinced by any of it. The Afghan front has opened up once more and the Americans have finally admitted that Taliban forces are "very hard to combat". Iraq is still unconquered, so the thought that the Americans can open a third front strikes me as ludicrous.

I am right, aren't I?
2 Comments:

Get a Clue from My Blog
Mate david t, instead of backing losers such, Chirac, Schroeder, Socialism
and last of islamofascism.
you're finished.

11 April 2006 at 16:03  

You've hit the twit motherlode this month, Exile. You must be doing something to encourage them...

As for Iran: it's standard procedure to bluff and posture, if for no other reason than to lull the enemy into distraction -- before you strike. We know these scum want to nuke Iran. It's just that they're not so sure that they can do it and get away with it, short- or long-term. But then the question becomes: are the ruling circles deluded enuff in their ephemeral power to actually think they can pull this insanity off? And that's the question that's being asked here, isn't it?

But they really, really want to control that oil, too. And now we find out that Venezuela sits on 90% of the world's supply at $50+ per barrel price...
Hmmm...

I wonder how many Kalashnikovs have been delivered to the venezuelan military already?

12 April 2006 at 19:50  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home