Sunday, 5 August 2007

"Have a nice day" - in Baghdad?

Two eye-witness accounts of daily life in 'free and democratic' Iraq [courtesy George W. Bush & Co.] Here and here.


Jose said...

Perhaps you'd like to read this also, a proof of our evil times:

"The Washington Post's Sudarsan Raghavan reports: "Inside a brightly lit room, the walls adorned with memorials to 23 dead American soldiers, Lt. Colonel Robert Balcavage stared at the three Sunni tribal leaders he wanted to recruit. Their fighters had battled US troops. Balcavage suspected they might have attacked some of his own men. An hour later, he signed up some of America's newest allies."

US tactics in Iraq

anticant said...

Americans' propensity for believing that they, or their compatriots, are incapable of ever doing anything immoral or disreputable has long since ceased to amaze me. This isn't true of all of them, but judging from comments on CiF and elsewhere many Americans are the smuggest people on earth.

See my next post...