Saturday, June 10, 2006

Zarqawi Death Scam: Self-Centered Americans

Well, it's true. We are a deeply selfish, self-serving and self centered. Everywhere you read or look, some fool is calling Zarqawi's death politically timed in order to cover the President of the United States from:

1) The defeat of the marriage act. Everybody knows that the war on terror, particularly the war in Iraq, is meant to distract the American populace from the BushCo/Haliburtan/Chimpy McHitler take over of the American government and it's abuses of civil rights and liberties here at home.

2) The deaths of Iraqis in Haditha. You know, the United States IS the biggest terrorist and killer of people on the planet and it's certainly no different in Iraq. In fact, we shouldn't be surprised to find out that, along with building schools, clinics and infrastructure; patrolling a thousand streets everyday; the American military is probably setting off most of the bombs killing people in Iraq just to have an excuse to steal Iraq's oil. Shouldn't surprise us either if soldiers are turning into baby killers since the whole thing was a lie, so anything they do is a lie. The administration staged Zarqawi's death to try to cover up the lie.

3) The failure of the Iraq war. Don't be confused. Just because Zarqawi is dead, it means nothing because the war has been mishandled from the beginning and there would be no Zarqawi if we hadn't invaded or if we had used the right number of forces or if we had gone in with France and Germany, or if the UN had given the okay and made it a legal legitimate war, or, or...

4) Hyping the war on terrorism because, after all the deaths and arrests, it apparently isn't real. It's all a lie, but the US is staging the deaths of their own operative (ie, Zarqawi) in order to keep the big lie going. Of course, this is to help plunder oil wealth and give an excuse to spread American Imperialism. Ask Chomsky, he knows. Ask Barbara Boxer and John Kerry and Al Gore.

Please be advised that the owner and writer on this blog does not buy any of this stupidity. It is stupidity. It is almost amusing, particularly the "cover for the failure of the marriage act". If there is anything that this shows it is the paranoia and self-centered idiosyncrasy of the American public. As if killing the number one terrorist in Iraq had anything to do with our daily angst. As if special forces soldiers and intel people and Iraqi people in Baqouba who most likely gave the tip that ended Zarqawi, read the US papers or watch CNN nightly to figure out when they should best plan an operation of this nature in order to influence our domestic politics.

Maybe the president had a satellite red phone right to task force 145 so he could personally give the go ahead?

Of course, Zarqawi being a stooge, plant or otherwise employed by the US government, was kind enough to stand still for a few moments so we could kill him.

What's really funny, as usual, is that the same people declare the president a complete idiot and the war in Iraq a failure of planning, resources and strategy, but some how, the administration and, by extension, the military, is so good that it can know every moment where Zarqawi was, holding back a strike to take him out until it was politically expedient to do otherwise.

Of course, that goes without recognizing that everyday of a presidency is a political hotbed and every day, good things happen that makes the administration look good and bad things happen. On any given day, Zarqawi's death, regardless of domestic politics, would have happened at the same time something else was going on and people would still be claiming that it was a political move to cover something or boost ratings on something.

The whole thing just shows you how stupid, selfish and self-centered some people are. As if Zarqawi's death, it's date, it's announcement, his condition when he died, the presentation of his death image, or anything else about it has anything realy to do with American domestic politics.

If anyone buys that, they are chocolate eating, potato couch sitting, conspiracy theorists who should go out and walk in the sun to get a daily dose of vitamin D because they are obviously starting to suffer delusions of supreme importance brought on by lack of sunlight.

Leave your basement, leave the house. Drink more milk. Do something and save yourself before complete dementia set in.

In the long run though, the reason people are able to think in such a self-centered manner is because they are so disconnected to the war that it has no meaning beyond whether it interrupts their daily dose of Survivor with an update. They don't fear being blown up everyday. It's not here, so anything that happens hardly effects them. Thus, they can pretend it all means something else because it is no danger to them to pretend otherwise and try to tell the rest that it is as they believe: the administration just killed Zarqawi to make the rest of you dupes vote for him in the next election after he overthrows the two term standard and declares himself dictator for life.

Apparently, we are so desperate to look for some other reason that Zarqawi was killed and so desperate to prove that the death of the most norotious monsterous terrorist in Iraq was some how morally wrong, that the media is now looking for anybody to tell them that Zarqawi escaped the blast of 2 500lbs and was murdered in cold blood (or something seriously).

The witness, who lives near the house where al-Zarqawi spent his last days, said he saw the man lying on the ground near an irrigation canal. He was badly wounded but still alive, the man told Associated Press Television News.

U.S. troops arriving on the scene wrapped the man's head in an Arab robe and began beating him, said the local man, who refused to give his name or show his face to the camera. His account could not be independently verified.


Of course, the AP does give you a little clue:

Iraqi police pulled him from the flattened home and placed him on a makeshift stretcher. U.S. troops arrived, saw that al-Zarqawi was conscious, and tried to provide medical treatment, the spokesman said.

"He obviously had some kind of visual recognition of who they were because he attempted to roll off the stretcher, as I am told, and get away, realizing it was the U.S. military," Caldwell told Pentagon reporters via videoconference from Baghdad.

Al-Zarqawi "attempted to, sort of, turn away off the stretcher," he said. "Everybody re-secured him back onto the stretcher, but he died almost immediately thereafter from the wounds he'd received from this airstrike."


Now, if you're a complete idiot, I have to explain to you that, even with Hillary Clinton stating how much better it would have been to capture him alive and we shouldn't have used two big bombs even though the bastard had escaped numerous other attempts to capture him with less lethal means, when our soldiers arrived, as much as they might have wanted to kill him right that second (some conspiracies indicate we had to snuff him to keep him quiet), this witness most likely witnessed people putting a pressure bandage on his head and then giving him CPR after he stopped breathng because even the loweliest private must know that their revenge is nothing compared to the propaganda value of Zarqawi alive as well as the information it would have provided us. But, it's about us.

Can you believe anyone actually put any credence in this fellows account? This is really stupid. Must be all the good angles on this story were taken. Or, I am wrong and my other friends are right: the media is full of biased morons who wouldn't know objectivity and professional journalism if it reached out and bit them on their over stuffed, pimply asses.

This whole time, I thought the Euros were just jealous, but, we truly are some selfish, self-centered Assholes.

1 comment:

ph said...

dang, I wish we had seized the Iraqi oil fields like the Imperialistic pigs CNN says we are- then maybe I could afford to fill up the tank in the mini-van! Liberal don't get it: iwhy aren't gas prices in the U.S. down to 1.50/gal? You can't have it both ways you Euro and Pink/American morons!