22 January 2008
Iraq & Gimlet Kamm: both are now a laugh a minute
Staying on the lighter theme for another night, it occurred to me that we hadn't had a laugh at the Iraqi quagmire for quite some time. Most of the warmongers have had the common sense to leave will alone in the hope that we would all forget, but luckily we have Gimlet Kamm to remind us of just how fucking stupid they all were and are. In his latest load of old wank the short-arsed little fucker claims:
I supported the Iraq war and would do so again. It was - to invoke Talleyrand's terminology - neither a crime nor a blunder to overthrow a gangster regime that was in breach of the UN security council resolutions (among many others) that marked the conditions for ceasefire in the first Gulf war in 1991. But it was nearly a failure. Culpable negligence by the Bush administration left post-Saddam Iraq without a functioning state. The combined forces of Baathism and jihadism (grotesquely lauded by some columnists on this newspaper as the "resistance") opportunistically filled that vacuum, with unmitigated barbarism and an appalling civilian death toll.
He goes on to claim that that war is now winnable, but that is just the icing on the cake for me. The above paragraph is the clincher: Gimlet, the pathetic little maggot, has lost it all over again.
Let's take this wank spurt by spurt, shall we? First, the overthrow of the regime. Sorry, Gimlet, but Tony Blair himself tried that line on the Commons, saying: "Saddam Hussein and his sons would still be ruling Iraq... And that is why I took the stand I did." Unfortunately for Blair, one of the few remaining true Labour MPs, the great Bob Wareing was in the chamber, and Bob rose to ask the fuckboy to "explain his statement to this House on February 25 2003 when he said, 'Even now, today, we are offering Saddam the prospect of voluntarily disarmament through the UN. I detest his regime but even now he could save it by complying with the UN's demand'?"
The little cockroach had no answer. The Fettes fuckboy sat back in his seat and made no answer. He had no answer to give because the pretty boy was beat. It was one of the great Parliamentary exchanges of my lifetime. It ranks second only to Jeremy Thorpe's jibe that Harold MacMillan had given up his friends for his life as political theatre, but the effect was worse for Blair. Supermac shrugged off Thorpe's charge, but the blood drained from Blair's face and he was smashed into silence by Wareing's simple sentence.
Now, let's turn to the United Nations. The chimp claimed, with Tony, his ever loyal poodle yapping happily along, that if the UN did not give the green light for aggression, then the UN would be "irrelevant". Now that is what the smirking simian fucking well said so why shouldn't we believe him? Very well, since the UN did not give the green light then by definition it is no longer relevant to the Iraqi debate. Besides, that failure to bow down to globalist aggression meant that the debate over what Iraq had and had not done became moot: as the French had already pointed out, the first UN vote was not meant as a trigger for war. Ergo the USA cannot claim that they were upholding the UN, partly because the UN refused to give them that authorisation, partly because as far as the Americans were concerned, that refusal made the UN as much use as as a spare prick at a wedding. The fuckers can't have it both ways and neither can Gimlet.
What about the idea of American negligence? Well, that was a failure of ideology. Remember, as Gimlet refuses to do that this was going to be a slam-dunk. The aggressors were going to cakewalk into Baghdad, following a short campaign, and they were then going to run the country as Japan had been run after 1945. The Iraqis - who couldn't wait to have a post-modern society all of the very own - were going to love this!
The pre-modern Iraqis basically said the Arabic for "fuck" and "that" and carried on fighting. To stop the Shia from joining in the Sunni based resistance the Americans had to accept al-Sisani's terms and allow an election. That was won on sectarian lines, of course, and the Shia took power. So everything that happened in Iraq isn't the fault of negligence or bad-planning. The Americans had a great plan: they just had it for the wrong people.
Staying on the theme of the resistance, Gimlet really needs to get with the fucking programme here, because the Americans are paying Sunii tribesmen to fight al-Qaida - and turning a blind eye when those nice new Sunii militias fight Shia militias. In other words the guerrillas cannot go from being evil wicked Baathists one day to being heroic defenders of democracy the next, but that's what Gimlet wants. That is because Gimlet is a spaz who is too stupid to see the truth even when it comes up to him, grabs his tiny, unused and still unformed little todger, and says: "Hello, Gimlet, I'm the fucking truth". In this case the fucking truth is that tribal fighters are tribal fighters. They fought the Americans yesterday, but now need American weaponry and space to create their own militias. Tomorrow they could quite easily go back to killing Americans... The enemy of my tribe is my friend - until he becomes my enemy again.
So, victory on the horizon? Not for Britain, that's for sure in spite of what this pathetic little cockroach thinks. Thanks to Neil Clark and his wonderful publicity, the British cannot even save their own collaborators. They hide out like fearful, whipped dogs. They are terrified that the next bullet will be for them - unless the electricity is running in which case they fear that special Black & Decker moment. Women obey Sharia Law and the bodies of those who don't are found floating in the Tigris. That is a British victory? Only in the mind of a short-arsed little fucker named Gimlet Kamm.
Will the Americans win? No, and as a matter of fact they have lost already. The aim, remember, was to have an Iraq that was pro-western, allied to the USA and which exchanged ambassadors with Israel. Hell will freeze over before any of that happens.
A regime will stay in power, saying what America wants, until the Americans finally leave. Then the regime will fall and the collaborators will die - just as they do in Basra.
End of fucking story.