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Friday, September 24, 2004

Who is Ayad Allawi, and Why Does Bush Believe Him?

Yesterday in the Rose Garden, President Bush attempted to paint a picture of an increasingly stable Iraq. Why should we believe in this assessment? Because Allawi told us so. What more do we need?

A reporter asked Bush the following question...

"Yesterday, in Valley Forge, you said that there was a handful of people who were willing to kill to try to disrupt the process. Isn't that really understating the case, particularly when there are intelligence reports that hundreds, if not thousands of foreign fighters are streaming across the border from Syria to take up the fight of the insurgency?
And do you believe, given the situation on the ground and Fallujah and other northern cities in the Sunni triangle, that elections are possible in four months"?

Bush's response was true-to-form:

"I do, because the prime minister told me they are. He's interested in moving this country forward. And you heard his statement. And I believe him".

So let me get this straight. The president believes that only a "handful" of insurgents are carrying out over 80 attacks on coalition forces per day...These guys must really get around. Maybe instead of coating shells with depleted Uranium, we should coat them with Kryptonite.

...But that's not his point--we should believe things are getting better in Iraq because Allawi told us so.

Perhaps I shouldn't be too hard on the president...Allawi's argument, after all, is awfully convincing...

"Iraq is made out of 18 provinces. Out of these 18 provinces, 14 to 15 are completely safe; there are no problems. And I can count them for you, starting from Basra, moving into Iraq Kurdistan... So really few care to look at Iraq properly and go from Basra to Nasiriyah to Kut to Diala to Najaf to Karbala to Diwina to Samawa to Kirkuk to Sulaymaniyah to Dahuk to Irbil there are no problems. It's safe. It's good.

Thanks, Dr. Allawi. I feel so much better now. There's only one problem with this statement: It's demonstrably false. Anyone with a modem can prove you're a lying sack.

Case in point. The peaceful, tranquil Southern city of Basra. Here's a bit of what Paul Wood of the BBC has to say about a place you claim has "no problems":

Last month, the British Army fired 100,000 rounds of ammunition in southern Iraq.
The base in al-Ammara sustained more than 400 direct mortar hits.
The British battalion there counted some 853 separate attacks of different kinds: mortars, roadside bombs, rockets and machine-gun fire.
No British regiment has had such intense "contact", as they call it, since Korea.

BBC Article


And let's not forget that other city of brotherly love, Kirkuk, which is "safe" and "good" according to Allawi:

A car bomb has exploded outside the Iraqi national guard headquarters in the northern city of Kirkuk, killing at least 23 people and wounding many others...

http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/93631514-BA3D-460D-90AA-6DEF53A9DF32.htm">Read It

I could go on and on, but why bother? Clearly, Allawi has taught his ass to talk, and our gullible buffoon of a President is happy to traipse down the primrose path.

But who is Allawi? Good question. Here's the abbreviated version from Webster's Online Dictionary:

" A former Ba'athist, Allawi set up and leads the CIA-supported Iraqi National Accord which carried out bombings in Saddam Hussein's Iraq. In the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, the INA provided intelligence about alleged weapons of mass destruction to MI6. Allawi is also alleged to have executed 6 Iraqi prisoners in June 2004 himself to "send a clear message to the police on how to deal with insurgents"...Allawi channelled the report from an Iraqi officer claiming that Iraq could deploy its supposed weapons of mass destruction within "45 minutes" to British Intelligence. This claim featured prominently in the September Dossier which the British government released in 2002 to gain public support for the Iraq invasion...An Allawi spokesman admitted in January 2004 that the claim was a "crock of shit."

So there you have it. Allawi's lies convinced Bush to take us to war, and his current lies convince the president that things are going great now.

The truth is obvious. So obvious, in fact, that even Republicans are contradicting the president:

Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel: "No, I don't think we're winning. We're in trouble, we're in deep trouble in Iraq."

Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar: "Of the $18.4 billion the Congress appropriated for Iraq more than 10 months ago, only $1.1 billion has been disbursed. This is an extraordinary, ineffective administrative procedure. It is exasperating."

Nebraska Congressman Doug Bereuter: "The cost in casualties is already large and growing, and the immediate and long-term financial costs are incredible."


http://www.iht.com/articles/539563.htm
">IHT Article

It's time to denounce the proven liars loudly and unequivocally.

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