Did you read about the Torture house
ya, I am sure you did.
Just wanted to remind you of some of the reasons why people attack Police and national guards.
Did you see the Italianos film about the use of chemical weapons in Falluja
just wanted to remind you that a bunch of nice readers called me a liar when I said that chemical weapons were used in Falluja, and also in the airport battle in Baghdad, when I wrote about the pictures that I saw of people burned while their clothes remained intact.
I knew about the use of chemical weapons in Falluja, because simply everyone in Iraq knows, and everyone that was in Falluja knows it, and I remember them describing it to me too.
one of my friends, a very brave Iraqi girl that was working on her own to evacuate civilians from inside Falluja during the fight ( yes, of course there were civilians inside the city ) told me that an American soldier asked her specifically not to eat or drink anything inside the city, you know what that means?
yah, I guess you do.
actually what I know, is that even more than one kind of chemical weapons were used, basing on what people from Falluja told me back then, airplanes throw yellow powder on them, and then in another occasion, white powder, and in another occasion a green powder, ( white, yellow and green? I hope my memory saved that right ) but I remember for sure that there was more than one kind, at least basing ont he colour of the cloud they saw. I just didn't have the proof.
well, now we do have a proof for the white phosphorus at least!
but why make a big deal out of it? They are all conventional weapons after all, right?Army Lt. Col. Barry Venable, a Pentagon spokesman, said the U.S. military had not used the highly flammable weapons against civilians, contrary to an Italian state television report this month which said the weapons were used against men, women and children in Falluja who were burned to the bone. "We categorically deny that claim," Venable said.
"It's part of our conventional-weapons inventory and we use it like we use any other conventional weapon," added Bryan Whitman, another Pentagon spokesman.
"This war has redefined ‘conventional’. It has taken atrocity to another level. Everything we learned before has become obsolete. ‘Conventional’ has become synonymous with horrifying. Conventional weapons are those that eat away the skin in a white blaze; conventional interrogation methods are like those practiced in Abu Ghraib and other occupation prisons…Quite simply… conventional terror", as Riverbend
Now let's get back to the torture house story please, i have some notes:
first: the timing is perfect:
Always a story like that comes out whenever there is a scandal about something the occupation did, it's a standard procedure: you hear about a terrible scandal, and then next day the occupation creates new news that distracts us all from talking about the first scandal.
you don't know how much I remember the movie " wag the dog " every time something like this happens. So when the chemical weapons thing appeared, we get the story of the torture house to cover it, hmm.
second: This torture house story just gives you a glimpse of what the Iraqi government is like, and why people hate it and attack it. And now Jaafari is all over the news telling us that he is going to punish people behind this! hahaha!!! Is this a joke? hellooo!! Not like he didn't know, I mean the things that happen in the building of the ministry of interior affairs itself aren't any better you know, and it's not a hidden jail inside the ministry, it's THE one jail, that people in the street know it and talk about it, and besides two rooms in the seventh floor where I was during the time I was arrested, so we all in Iraq know about these things that happen in the ministry of interior and Jaafari never heard about them till Italianos told him?
in Arabic we have a saying: " if you did know it's a disaster, if you didn't know then it's a bigger disaster " !!!
Third: Tells you how far Iran is involved in Iraq, the main Shea parties that are now practically "the Iraqi government" itself, have the control over the government and the army and police, and they run the ministry of interior too, and now they have also secret torturing prisons around the country inside Iraq, brilliant.
Fourth: Now let's talk about the American role in this:
The official story is that the American army was looking for a 15 years old boy that was missing, YAA RIIGGHHTT... this is SO wag the dog ( they were going to help the cute girl with the white cat in the movie ) so the American army sent a number of soldiers to look for a 15 years old boy because his parents were searching for him? OOHH YAAAA RIIIGGHTTT 2ajal na3am 9odog!!
and accidentally while carrying out that noble sweet hearted operation, carrying roses and flowers to give to the poor little boy, they stumbled up on 173 detainees, of course! Is there any crazy one among you that question that story?
you know that the American army cares so much about every Iraqi citizen, to the point that they send their troops whenever they hear about a 15 years little boy missing, well sometimes they throw chemical weapons on 5 years old girls, but still, its irrelevant. Don't question what little Bush people say or you will go straight to hell.
I wonder how many 15 years old boys are in Aby Ghreib and Bukka (sp?) prisons, as you know people spend between 90-180 days before they get a "number" inside the prison, which means that this 15 years old boy missing could be in an American prison actually without the American themselves knowing about it.
but no, they decided to go look for him (they look for missing people? YAA RIGGHHTT! ) in a particular house in Baghdad where it happened that 173 people were illegally kept and tortured, right after the scandal of Falluja spread all over the media.
I am not suggesting anything! I am just telling you the official story :))
Abstract of the story: We, the American army are children loving people that go out looking for children when their parents can't find them, and in our way we find illegal torturing places, we are the most humanitarian peace loving army in the world that needs to stay in Iraq just to prevent Iraqi people from torturing each other.
sniff sniff...*tears*...thats so sweet!