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FPS, Another Iraqi Militia? - 03.05.2007
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Kufir al-Amriki - 03/06/2007 00:04:11

How ’bout a little balance
Mr. Blog owner?

;-)

There are tons of completed projects up and down Iraq, the IA and Police are heroically dying all over Iraq and yet they are beginning to make a real difference. Security in Baghdad is even better since the push!

BUT, inspite of the great effort, I’m sure that the usual suspects will try and blow up more women and children and kidnap and slaughter more innocent Iraqis.

Sure be nice to see some real moral outrage directed at them [Terrorists] for a change eh?

re FSP:
The security guard claimed that Iraq was somehow first in Democracy?

The minority of Iraq, the Sunnis, especially the ones who had connections with the Baath party are still lamenting the loss of of their former status and that of Saddam. Well Saddam is dead, gone forever and the majority Shia were Democratically elected and are now in charge.

They are the majority and have rightfully more representative control over their affairs and the affairs of all Iraqis.

Al Sistani has been a real surprise, and a good one at that. Did you see how he told Mookie al Sadr to hi-tail it out of the country or take the consequences?

It appears that the new security push is starting to help Baghdad quite down a bit. It would be nice if the usual whiners who always blame President Bush would take the time and thank the Iraqi Army and the Iraqi Police for putting their lives on the line in order to stop the killers and bombers.

Personally I think most Iraqis want the Iraqi government to succeed and support the Iraqi soldiers.

On the Internet there exists a very vocal group of people who strangely never call the Terrorists to answer for their ghastly deeds, but instead invest an inordinate amount of time just constantly bitching about America.

These are professional whiners, yes communists, jehadi supporters and old Saddamists who not only want the West to fail but want Maliki and the new Government to fail


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annie - 03/10/2007 17:31:56

On the Internet there exists a very vocal group of people who strangely never call the Terrorists to answer for their ghastly deeds, but instead invest an inordinate amount of time just constantly bitching about America.

you guys all say the same thing. funny you say we spend an inordinate amount of time but you are here commenting as the first person on the thread. maybe you spend and inordinate amount of time judging what we choose to read, than listening or responding to the message this person is saying. if you want to show a different view just make your own site and say what you want, then people who think you are happening will have a place to become enhanced w/your vision.

what is the point of coming here just to criticize. i for one and very curious to hear what this soldier has to say, whether i agree or not. i would like to hear what everyone has to say. people are never going to find resolution until they think their voices are being heard.

we have occupied their country man, this guy has every right to ask why we are still there and want iraq to improve w/out our ‘US version of democracy’

Personally I think most Iraqis want the Iraqi government to succeed and support the Iraqi soldiers.

what you personally think is kinda irrelevant dude. iraqis want the occupation to leave. can you process that or is that just to anti american for you so you want to go have some personal thought that matches your reality.

hey, i have an idea, why don’t you support getting the occupation out, than you can test your theory. if most Iraqis want the current Iraqi government to succeed and support the Iraqi soldiers we will all know soon enough, won’t we.
the only way you are going to find out what most people think is to quit imposing some foreign entity reality into the mix. otherwise, any stability coming as a result of some occupation (what stability!) will have to be tested once they leave. that is if they ever leave. lets cut to the chase and see what happens w/out the ‘US:our way or the highway. according to our own NIE Bush’s war has “become the ?cause celebre? for jihadists…cultivating supporters for the global jihadist movement.”


boris - 03/12/2007 01:56:51

To me it is clear that the US must leave ASAP. The question is when. Unfortunately, the 2008 presidential politics are already in play with the Dem’s saying get out by Sept. 2008 or sooner(—i.e. before the election) and the Reps. are not willing to commit because if this can drag into the Nov. 2008 elections then McCain and Co. will have this strong argument that says: “we have to finish what we’ve started and so let us do our job and remember I am a Vietnam Veteran POW so your conscience has to vote for me.” A little convoluted but plausible, no?


Kufir al-Amriki - 03/12/2007 15:42:35

Oh my Ms annie no need to be afraid of “you guys“.

;-)

annie, “maybe you spend and inordinate amount of time judging what we choose to read, than listening or responding to the message this person is saying. if you want to show a different view just make your own site and say what you want, then people who think you are happening will have a place to become enhanced w/your vision.”

annie fyi, those unwanted thoughts and emotions in your comment are all yours and yet you’ve let them blow up until they all seem like demons coming at you from every angle, as if they were directed at you personally.

calm down a bit, it’s not healthy. You must NOT indulge them any longer.

Now take a long deep breath and read this..

The Psychological basis for Projection

A)annie attributing one’s own attitudes, anxieties, fears, or suppositions on to other people only reinforces your illusions about the real world and your relation with the people living in it.

It’s not good for your mental health annie but there are professionals who do understand why you do it, sic in order to feel secure.

B) “Even trained anthropologists have been guilty of unconscious projection, of clothing the subjects of their research in theories brought with them into the field” (Alex Shoumatoff).

C) The attribution of one’s own attitudes, feelings, or desires to someone or something as a naive and unconscious defense against anxiety or guilt.

does that seem familiar annie?

Now grab a pencil and take a nice clean sheet of white paper and get ready to write…the following:

****I will not project my madness on to anyone else today****

That’s right annie, do that 500 times every morning and every evening and you will feel like a new girl by 2008.

guaranteed!

;-)


Kufir al-Amriki - 03/12/2007 15:43:36

Oh My Mr. Anonymous no need to be afraid of Nibras.

Your unwanted thoughts and emotions are all yours and yet you’ve let them blow up until they all seem like demons coming at you from everywhere and everyone!

Mr. Anonymous in order for you to calm down just a bit, you must NOT indulge them any longer.

Now take a long deep breath and read this..

The Psychological basis for Projection

A) Attributing one’s own attitudes, anxieties, fears, or suppositions on to others which realizes your illusions that make your false world feel secure.

“Even trained anthropologists have been guilty of unconscious projection—of clothing the subjects of their research in theories brought with them into the field” (Alex Shoumatoff).

B) The attribution of one’s own attitudes, feelings, or desires to someone or something as a naive and unconscious defense against anxiety or guilt.

all seem familiar Mr Anon?

Now grab a pencil and take a clean white sheet of paper and get ready to write…

****I will not project my madness on to anyone else today****

That’s right Anon, do that 500 times every morning and every evening and you will feel like a new man by 2008.

guaranteed!

;-)


Mike - 03/20/2007 03:43:07

If you’d like to have world peace (I assume all people do), one step in the right direction is stop insulting others’ opinions. Only when all opinions have been heard can there be peace.
You see, you must piece together every lie, before you find the truth.


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