12:10 PM [jacque47] 1:58 AM [GODSWARRIORDAN] How do I see this? I think it is a “dream” to be able to “control” the Muslims – they are about to get to the point of true freedom – no matter what Iran or the U.S. thinks they want. Iraq doesn’t want another dictator.
I also differ greatly with the inferrance that “holding back” once this happens (and I believe it will) somehow hurts this President. If I read this right – that’s exactly what he wants and it would be bad for our country. I don’t think this will pay off everything immediately – but it would “prime the pump” so to speak.
I’m not saying to spend everything you have – but be a patriot and don’t hold back out of fear or intimidation. Be bold, be blessed and act like it!!
Read More Link On Right
President Barzani’s Visit And Washington’s Hedging Strategy That Obama administration leaders would treat President Barzani as they would an important head of state suggests that Washington is very uneasy about developments in Iraq and the surrounding region.
The official U.S. policy still emphasizes support for a united Iraq with a strong central government in Baghdad, and administration officials urged Barzani to “re-engage” with Baghdad.
But the administration’s other actions during his visit point to the emergence of a “hedging” strategy. It is hardly a secret within the U.S. foreign policy community that Washington is increasingly disenchanted with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Not only are there worries about the Maliki government’s growing authoritarian tendencies, but U.S. officials are extremely disturbed by that government’s cozy relations with Tehran.
Baghdad’s vocal opposition to stronger sanctions against Iran, and the blunt statement from Iraq’s foreign minister opposing any outside support for Syrian opposition forces seeking to overthrow the regime of Iran’s ally, Bashar al-Assad, came as a bitter disappointment to the Obama administration
12:12 PM [jacque47] 1:59 AM [GODSWARRIORDAN] http://www.cato.org/publ ··· strategy I really like this guy’s take on things, not one-sided, very clear, a good bit of “insider info” and not even a hint of “crazy conspiracy” to it…a good read.
The good news is – even the White House might be seeing the err of their ways!!
On a side note – regarding the info Okie might have “blundered into” – if China truly got wind of a “concerted effort” on the part of the White House to bring about social change through “The Plan” – they would probably be pretty pee pee (like Okie was saying) since they hold a massive amount of our debt.
On the other hand – if they were being otherwise rewarded (as in oilfields, banks and property here in the U.S.) they might be placated. Things to keep an eye on…
*** Current News *** Sadr accepted by all sides as mediator to settle disputes, says MP Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Midhir al-Janabi, of the Iraqiya Slate confirmed that “The head of the Sadr Trend, Muqtada al-Sadr, is accepted by all political sides as a mediator to settle the disputes to end the current crisis.”
He stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) “Sadr is an effective partner who play an active role to save the political process due to his political, religious and social status. He will succeed in pressurizing the State of Law Coalition to change its stances,” he added.
“Iraq’s interests require reaching agreement to settle the crisis without foreign interferences as soon as possible,” he stressed, noting that “The crisis reached complicated level.” /End/ http://alliraqnews.com/e ··· Itemid=2
Boy, you know it’s a baaaaaad day when Sadr is the most sane one of the bunch. All kidding aside, I have said all along – keep an eye on Sadr and Hakim (aka the swing votes).
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