Friday, August 24, 2007

Bushy Gonna Be Mad At Maliki

Bush has already publically expressed disapproval with Maliki over his refusal to give all the Iraqi Oil rights away to western oil corporations.

And now there's this NIE Assessment...

"The Maliki government is implementing plans to expand the Iraqi Army and to increase its overall personnel strength to address critical gaps, but we judge that significant security gains from those programs will take at least six to 12 months, and probably longer, to materialize," says the document, which represents the assessment of government intelligence agencies.

"The IC assesses that the Iraqi Government will become more precarious over the next six to 12 months because of criticism by other members of the major Shia coalition (the Unified Iraqi Alliance, UIA), Grand Ayatollah Sistani, and other Sunni and Kurdish parties. Divisions between Maliki and the Sadrists have increased, and Shia factions have explored alternative coalitions aimed at constraining Maliki."

It continues: "The strains of the security situation and absence of key leaders have stalled internal political debates, slowed national decisionmaking, and increased Maliki’s vulnerability to alternative coalitions."

Now in various political circles, rumors of an upcoming coup are being advanced. Normally coups are kept secret, as they tend to get stopped when their plots are discovered. But this one will benefit the Bush administration, so I expect it will happen.

So Bush's experiment in Democracy in Iraq has failed. Maliki won't betray his country and give all it's wealth to Bush's friends. So I guess Bush is finally gonna have to install a democratically appointed hand picked leader that will give away all of Iraq's riches to Bush's buddies.

Not that we haven't seen this coming. It has been obvious all along to anyone able to think outside the 'Republican Hate Box' that democratically elected government is going to try to represent it's people and not Bush's rich friends. That is what brutal dictators are for.

If Bush is going to get Iraq's oil, he has no choice but to install a dictator that will slaughter all opposition. This is probably why he gave his Iraq is like Vietnam speech. Iraqi citizens are likely to be rounded up by this new regime and executed en-masse. Bush will bring the Killing Fields to Iraq. Once the slaughter starts, Bush can tell us, "I told you so". Republican pundits will be ready with their talking points, and people will comment on how horrible Al Queda is. Even though Bush will set up this slaughter of millions of human beings, the terrorists will continue to get the blame.


At 8:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush will start killing Americans first, to drum up support for a draft and more killing in Iraq. Bad things are fixin' to happen.

At 8:31 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

I agree with you. But we've been saying that is the way it has to go, if Bush is going to keep control of the chaos.

I'm sick and tired of being pessimistic, and being right.

I hate nightmares that I can't wake up from.

At 12:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, I look at the coming pain as a sign of hope. This country is stupid and fascist deep down inside. No way they will ever want to change unless exposed to pain, and lots of it. All the criminal acts of every administration from Wilson to this one must be fulminated and expelled like a piece of tainted shellfish before this nation can grow. Greed won't go down without a fight, and one side of me hopes I live to see it, and the other doesn't care if it ever happens. Whatever happens, we deserve it as much as any people in history for the way we have run roughshod over the earth.

At 11:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So true, edgar!


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