An American truther who loves his country very much wrote this:
I am American. I love my country. I live every moment of my life reaching out to my fellow citizens in order to teach them how to bypass the cloak of reality wrapped around this nation by the establishment media. And I can say this: I am a patriot when I say: not only can
America not win in
Iraq, but we have already lost and we should have lost, because we were wrong! Period, end of story.
Trying to blame Democrats for wanting to end the travesty known as the invasion of
Iraq is like trying to blame a judge for releasing from prison a person who was innocent of a crime! Again I ask a question that I ask almost every day; are all Americans insane? Is it not now crystal (or should I say Kristol) clear that our invasion of
Iraq was a criminal act against a falsely accused adversary?The moment it became crystal (or should I say Kristol) clear that
Iraq did not have WMD, the people of
America should have collectively declared an apology to the Iraqi people. The moment it became crystal (or should I say Kristol) clear that
Iraq had nothing to do with the events of 9/11, the people of
America should have collectively declared an apology to the Iraqi people. And the moment it became crystal (or should I say Kristol) clear that the Bush/PNAC administration knew all along that Iraq posed absolutely no threat or potential threat to the people of the United States, the people of America should have declared a collective citizens arrest of the members of the Bush administration who were hell bent on taking this nation to war with Iraq, even if they had to create a false flag operation as sadistic and brutal as the events of 9/11 in order to do so!The discussions taking place about trying to win something in
Iraq are as immoral and obscene as cheering on a bully who is beating a defenseless, weak, unarmed school kid. While it is no surprise to me that right wing neo-fascist bigots have no problem murdering people who don’t look like them and believe in the same fairy tale god as they do, it is the hypocritical lefties that disgust me the most because they know better and they simply refuse to do and say the right thing because they may lose their jobs.You know, sometimes you have say what is right. I lost a lot of friends years ago because I tried to inform them about the disconnect between the official story of 9/11 and the official body of evidence as recorded by those same officials who created the myth known as the official 9/11 story. I did not fold, I did not run, I simply repeated the known facts and dealt with the ramifications. Now those former friends are calling me and telling me that I was right all along. In the meantime, my convictions remained steadfast. I saw elections stolen, and I said it. I saw very disturbing aspects of the events of 9/11, and I said it. I saw lie after lie blurted out about
Iraq, and I shot back educating those around me about the lies. And time has proven me right about everything.But I watch with disgust as the political adversaries of the Bush administration , mostly those in the Democratic party, twiddle their thumbs and remain silent because they fear the ramifications that may result from having to accuse a so called American President of the highest crimes ever committed by an American against Americans. (To me, George W. Bush is not the President. He is in office via electoral coup and is therefore an enemy of the state; an invader who came in and took over the presidency by force.) Instead of standing up and screaming at the top of their, lungs the opposition plays politics. They follow orders given by people above and beyond the system. They ignore the electorate and they pretend that there is not ample evidence to question virtually every action of the Bush administrations.I am sick. I am tired. And I am disgusted. We will not win in
Iraq because we should not win in
Iraq, and that is the truth. My fellow Americans, face it, we were wrong. We attacked an innocent victim. Say all you want about how you feel Saddam should have been eliminated, but the bottom line is most people don’t know anything about how Saddam got into office, what was really behind the first Gulf War and how American “intervention” in Middle Eastern affairs has helped to create the problems that exist there. And the other bottom line is that
America was wrong and should not have attacked a nation that posed no threat to us. We have unleashed violence in
Iraq that was not there while Saddam was in charge. Saddam was better and stronger than the
United States when it came to controlling the radical elements in his nation. He was no saint but we can all see how a saint would not survive one minute in
Iraq an apology.
America owes an apology to the members of the
U.S. military, who once again were misled and misused, as they have been time and time again over the past 50 years.
America owes the world Dick Cheney and George Bush, hand delivered to a court of world citizens for judgment and penalty. And Americans owes it to themselves to rise up and overthrow the true enemy of American democracy, the
US establishment media. For if America had a real press that recognized its Constitutional mandate to keep citizens informed about what their leaders are doing and not to distract them from the crimes of our leaders with trivial celebrity and tabloid stories, we would never have allowed this to happen.
I am American. I love my country. I live every moment of my life reaching out to my fellow citizens in order to teach them how to bypass the cloak of false reality wrapped around this nation by the establishment media. And I can say this: I am a patriot when I say that American can not only not win in
Iraq, but we have already lost and we should have lost, because we were wrong! Period, end of story. Think about it.