April 16, 2010


Bush the 'Chosen One' Deserves 'Statue of Gold' (Jabir Al Jaburi, Translated By Nicolas Dagher, April 9, 2010, Sotal Iraq)

For many decades, between 1921 until the fall of the lowly cowards, we were ruled by people without a grain of morality, pride or honor. They sold out Iraq to the lowest bidder, squandered its great wealth and killed its most noble sons. They set Kurdistan and its villages alight, killed its leaders and courageous men and struck that region, which has been fertilized with the blood of martyrs, with chemical weapons. They transformed the land of the two rivers [the Tigris and Euphrates] into a desert by draining the marshes [of al-Ahwar] and cut off the south and center of the country with dams. They destroyed national unity between the unified sons of our people, and it is no exaggeration to say that Iraq's Sunnis contributed greatly to the continuous plotting against Iraq.

How are we to interpret their support for the socially and ethically perverse Baathist villains on the voting lists? As I said before, they only want a bastard to rule over Iraq, and history is the greatest proof of this, since like people attract. What hurts us most is the bravado of the Sunni Baathists who tout their patriotism while they collaborate to undermine the country. What hurts is the way they speak about honor and pride after bringing to Iraq so many Arab pretenders, allowed them to live in their homes and sleep with their women, daughters and sisters.

President George W. Bush gets all of the credit for bringing down the losers and exposing their shortcomings.

Posted by Orrin Judd at April 16, 2010 6:01 AM
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