Thursday, February 23, 2006

Hey Iraqi Sunnis, it's called BLOWBACK!!!

"For the last three years the Iraqi Sunnis in their Triangle have housed, aided, and provided valuable logistical support to the foreign terrorists in their joint attacks on the Multinational Forces. But Zarqawi and his Al Qaeda in Iraq, of course, were always playing a double game. His ultimate goal was to bring civil war to Iraq, and yesterday his group scored a direct hit.

There would be no Al Qaeda in Iraq without the support of the Sunnis in the Triangle. And now, my dear lovelies, comes the BLOWBACK.

The Sunnis are a minority in Iraq and for thirty years they and their NATIONAL LEADER Saddam Hussein have repressed and tortured and killed the Shia of the south. On top of that, for the last three years the Sunnis have been killing the Shia with the help of Al Qaeda in Iraq, whose hatred of the Shia was spelled out in no uncertain terms by Zarqawi. So how long did you expect the Shia to take it lying down? There's no question now that the Shia have put together hit-squads to take out Sunnis."
Am I the only one that sees a big cliff with sharp turns and no guardrails at the end of this road?


Blogger B Will Derd said...

What I wonder is who are the dead? Should we feel bad or glad? Are the mosques being targeted for a reason or are they just convenient? One blogger said that the mosques being targeted seem to be those who are attended by Wahhabis foreign and domestic and those who are cooperating them. Could this be a cleansing of some of the insurgency mosque/headquarters by militia and the general public? I am not getting the sense that the violence is just everywhere, and that all Sunnis are targets. I guess we'll know when the level of violence increases or decreases. If we want to be positive, this may be a unifying event among the more secular.

7:04 PM  
Blogger madtom said...

Mob violence is rarely very "targeted" or discriminating. Have you ever known a mob to act in a rational way and only attack the guilty?

7:21 PM  
Blogger B Will Derd said...

Just how much of it is 'mob' violence? That was my question. Not every sunni mosque has been attacked- I will try to find the blogger who made the point that there was a definite pattern and that those attacked seemd to be the ones who had connections to Wahhabists. And of course mob violence can be targeted. I think these folks get together and decide to attack someone or something based on some factor and go for it--lynch mobs, not that I've ever seen or been part of one, were very targeted. Korean owned stores in LA were targeted.

7:24 PM  

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