Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Bush Has 'Iraqi-Christian' Blood on His Hands.

George Bush has the blood of the fleeing Iraqi Christians on his hands.  Yes, I said it. George Bush has blood on his hands. First, according to his own intelligence officials, Saddam did not have weapons of mass destruction, nor did Saddam have the capability to do so, let alone attack the United States.
Secondly, George Bush manipulated, forged, conjured up alternative measures to provoke Iraq into firing upon a U.S. fighter jet painted as a U.N. spy plane.  The theory, if Saddam fired at the plane there be immediate grounds for war. However, the manipulation of 'evidence' and the misinformation campaign to persuade the American people into supporting such action was relentless at best. By the time of the invasion, nearly 75% of Americans believed Hussian  had involvement in the September 11th-terror attacks.  Of course, this was not true. Finally, George Bush said, and I quote: "I don't care what the UN lawyers say, I am going to kick some ass!" That doesn't sound like a man looking out for our best interest. He said this in response to the rejection of UN authorizing the  of force against Iraq.  Please read the 'Manny Memo.' That memo proves beyond any doubt Bush is a murderer and directly responsible for the current violence he started, without provocation.

We, the people, now know Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction and that he was incapable of being an imminent threat. Upon U.S. invasion, U.S. officials disbanded the Iraqi army, therefore, creating anger amongst the Iraqi soldiers and opening the door to the insurgency, funded by Iran. Today these 'terrorist groups' have grown in strength and number as well sustains a plenty recourse cache. The sectarian violence seen as a fight for their people, meaning the Shite and the Sunni and the Kurds have their own world  view, and they are at odds with each other. Therefore, the Iraqi army will not fight fellow Sunnis not will the Shites fight other Shites, so they turn strip their uniform and runaway or blend in with the local population.

Saddam Hussein was a bad man, but he didn't allow terrorism to take root in Iraq and the terrorist only came as we Americans invaded and occupied their country for nearly ten years.  Had we not invaded a sovereign nation Iran would be further isolated. Instead, Iran has flourished, and a strict form of Islam is 'in place.'  These Muslims extremists are persecuting Christians, making them pay fines, convert to Isam or die. Had Bush and Cheney, whom, by the way, became very wealthy off the war, we wouldn't be in this situation.

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