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24 October 2007
America to bomb the Kurds
Bush has told the Turks that they don't need to attack Iraqi Kurdistan: he'll do it for them!

If this report is correct then it is quite wonderful news. Iraqi Kurdistan has up to now been loyal and faithful to the Chimp's war aims. An American bombing campaign will change that in an instant.
6 Comments:

So the prospect of a bombing campaign, probably with the usual by-product of 'collateral damage', is wonderful news, is it? Oh how I admire your care for the welfare of humanity. What a sick outlook on life!

24 October 2007 at 13:51  

OK... So you are in favour of the American occupation of Iraq continuing? Of the Turks attacking? Your point is a bit unclear.

My point is that the sooner the Iraqis unite with each other and stuff the occupiers the better Iraq will be afterwards.

24 October 2007 at 19:17  

My point was simply t express my distaste for your evident enthusiasm for the prospect of further mass murder - simple enough to understand, surely. And how you imply from what I wrote that I suppoert either American occupation or Turkisj invasion is beyond me.

25 October 2007 at 12:23  

Where is the support for mass murder?

The sooner this war ends the better. However that will not happen until even the most bovine warmonger realises that the USA can no longer stand the strain.

Betraying their erstwhile allies will bring that about sooner in my opinion.

And it means a good laugh at those sad-arsed webmongs who held up Kurdistan as an example of imperialist progress.

Sorry boys, no face savers in this war.

25 October 2007 at 12:57  

I can only quote you back at you: ...the possibility that Bush will order an air attack on Iraqi Kurdistan..."is quite wonderful news".

To me that sounds exactly like support for mass murder, or at the very least a total lack of concern for the heavy death toll that such an action would probably incur.

Everything clear now?

25 October 2007 at 15:10  

This matter continues in more depth with the posting above...

It is wonderful news if it leads to the death of imperialism. Bleating about how many will die when so many have already died as a result of the imperialists' war strikes me as a pretty dubious line.

25 October 2007 at 22:56  

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