Sunday, April 13, 2008

The Road To Kuwait



Saddam Hussein, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and Muqtada al-Sadr.

If the United States is losing the Iraq War as some insist, then these bitter opponents must be the winners.

In reality the United States, the Coalition and its Iraqi Allies have won every important battle.

You’d have to be sick to want them to lose…



It was too late for these victims of Saddam’s regime.

15 comments:

Farmer John said...

You’d have to be sick to want them to lose…

No, you'd simply want to have America's power for yourself, either in terms of your country emerging as the world's power brokers (as is the case for Europeans) or in terms of weakening the current Republican Administration (as is the case w/America's Democrats).

Hey, Saddam's victims can't vote in the 2008 election against the Republicans, so who cares!

The world is will to power, and nothing besides.-- Nietzsche

Z said...

Maybe I should send the troll who I've finally started publishing at my (unfortunately) moderated site over here. What a wonderful truth that these dopes just can't see... They are truly 'sick'....thanks for helping me in the fight there, by the way! I want to expose the thinking of these people.
Someone like my troll wouldn't even begin to understand this piece. You begin to wonder what country they were raised in, don't you? HOW did it happen that we're raising people to hate America, hate the truth, hate fighting evil?

Freedomnow said...

If there is one truth in life it is that we cant expect it to be fair.

To the benefit of our enemies, some of our fellow Americans have done a great injustice to our country and to the people of Iraq.

I don’t believe that karma is a blanket rule otherwise dictators like Stalin and Mao wouldn’t have died in the lap of luxury as their people suffered in slavery. However, the actions of good people can make a difference.

While some vicious Americans told the world that our troops in Iraq were “terrorizing kids, children and women”, in reality the Iraqis were actually being brutalized by Al Qaeda. This led the majority of Sunni Arabs to conclude that the Democratic Party was wrong and they threw in their lot with our troops instead of Al Qaeda or the Baathists.

Yet the media and Hollywood continues to ignore the true stories of heroism and humanitarianism that defines our troops.

I firmly believe that one-day the truth will be known. It cannot be buried forever under a tide of Leftwing and Islamist propaganda.

Freedomnow said...

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Farmer John said...

J F'n K. What a sm*rt*ss!

Let's hope they catch some karma... come November.

WomanHonorThyself said...

To the benefit of our enemies, some of our fellow Americans have done a great injustice to our country and to the people of Iraq...no doubt about that my friend............when does the pendulum swing back in our favor?

Freedomnow said...

Its already happening. The truth about the Surge couldnt be hidden by the Democratic Party indefinitely.

They are now caught up in a bitter internal squabble. Its ironic when they accuse the Reps of dividing our country. The truth is seeping out.

And then the Democratic Party front runner is a member of a racist church. Geez... the irony is delicious. The significance will be lost by the press, but not the public.

nanc said...

the road to good intentions is often paved with a slew of dead bodies.

saddam was a madman, as were his sons.

i don't usually say this, but may they be rotting somewhere unpleasant.

God, forgive me.

Freedomnow said...

You arent the one in need of forgiving, but I fear its a little too late for Saddam and his sons.

Just Some Guy said...

Kewanio Che Keekeru, FN!

Freedomnow said...

Hey "He who was formerly known as Farmer John",

I hope you had a great Saint Tammany's Day.

Just Some Guy said...

I did, FN... as I hope all loyal lovers of liberty did.

Freedomnow said...

Bahhh!!! The hordes of totalitarian loving May Day advocates spit on your liberty, but they are not afraid of using the democratic process to install their beloved dictatorships.

They call it "real democracy".

On that note, did you hear that Ken Livingstone was defeated and will no longer be the mayor of London?

Dictators around the world are mourning. Their biggest supporter got the axe. Now London doesnt have to suffer through another one of Red Ken's diatribes about how Hugo Chavez is bringing real democracy to Venezuela...

Just Some Guy said...

I guess Londoners will have to go back to paying for their comedy at the theatre.

Amy Proctor said...

The road to democracy is paved with hardship. That's just a fact no matter how young or old that demcracy is. Under Saddam, there was virtually no religious freedom, which is why after the invasion religious freedom exploded with prilgrimages, demonstrations and overt religous practices taking place out in the open.

We have to expect the tug of war we see politically in Iraq because even politics are based largely on religious beliefs, and the same can be said about America's government.