Oct. 15..American troop deaths in Iraq this month to at least 53
..The rise now, in spite of improvements in body and vehicle armor, followed a decision by commanders to increase the number of American troops patrolling Baghdad
[this is an annual rate of 1289. According to my 1000/yr theory, the USA will now reduce patrols sharply]
some senior mil 'spokesman' mumblefucked this:
Coalition forces are being much more active in going out and looking for these folks, these death squads and elements that are associated with the sectarian violence.”
- i'm not sure why, but it grosses me out when these neozionists say 'folks'
GW spoke about 'folks' in Al Quaeda. Well where I come from 'folks' is a slightly goofy americanism used for friends, in a jokey way - ie pretending to sound like an American is recognised as a version of pretending to sound like an idiot.
RE Death Squads in Iraq:
The prevailing theory must be that USA is behind the death squads, because historically, they always are.
USA seeks chaos in Iraq,Lebanon Syria..etc, but they need that 84Mbd oil so theyre conflicted; too much chaos and the flow would stop, not enough and the locals might sell the stuff to China.
I believe that Chaos is plan B. In Plan A, they actually believed the Iraqi people would roll over and accept a supine puppet (to mix images)
- I believe that, because Aus special forces were dropped onto the pumping stations of the old Haifa pipeline. They genuinely thought they could pipe Iraq's oil to Israel without objection from the locals.
When the locals refused to roll over, USA was happy enough to go with plan B, Chaos. Trouble is its not possible to pull the troops out, and if they are kept in Barracks, the locals make so much trouble that it looks bad. So they have to patrol at that 2.8 deaths per day, 1000 per year, which Cheney & co have decided the USA people will accept forever. Maybe they will. USA citizens are deeply ignorant, and pleased with themselves for being so.
(Next month, the war will have lasted longer than U.S. fighting in World War II.) Cheney then .. concluded, “If you look at the general overall situation, they’re doing remarkably well.”
[I've really got to stop bothering about USA in Iraq. In the 90's I made a deliberate choice not to read or watch anything about the Kosovo war. I feel that that decision relieved my mind of a lot of horrible images, and there was nothing there that I needed to know. I now pay attention to a little of the historical documents about Kosovo, and my political instincts havnt been shown to be wrong so far.]