Sunday, November 22, 2009

Obama's General Says: Syria Allied with Al-Qaida, Attacking U.S.

White House Says: Is that a Problem?

Terrorism? What's that? Oh! You mean "man made disasters"? That's just a criminal charge like a burglary. Stop pestering me, I'm busy.

Alan Note: In his first eight months in office Oba-the-usurper has played golf more times than President (for real) Bush did in eight YEARS! So he has no time to decide on Afghanistan or do any work other than plan to put the Bush presidency on trial with the senseless gambit to try the 9/11 terrorists in New York.

NOBODY has yet to show ANY advantage of making this move. (Other than more Bush bashing, without which Oba-Hussein has nothing on which to stand).

MEANWHILE, Neil Sankey, a former Scotland Yard officer wants to investigate Oba-Hussein. With access to British records, he may be able to find archives of Obambi's birthplace and true nationality as Kenya was a British protectorate at that time.

(Neil Sankey has a mission - CLICK HERE)
 Neil Sankey has spent his life investigating organised crimes. As a former British police officer with almost 20 years experience, he was seconded to elite units of Scotland Yard through most of the 1970s and now runs his own private detective agency in California.
By Barry Rubin

Does anyone read the newspapers in the U.S. government? How about checking out the dispatches coming from its generals in the field? Here’s a news story which tells all.

A Reuters’ dispatch from Iraq interviews the commander of U.S. forces there. What’s he say?

Al-Qaida is joining forces with Saddam Hussein’s supporters.

And where are both al-Qaida’s forces fighting in Iraq and Saddam’s backers headquartered with lots of money stolen from Iraq? Syria.

Syria? So Damascus is now allied with al-Qaida, the perpetrators of the September 11 attack to kill Americans and defeat the United States in Iraq?

Is that right, general?:

“Investigations into massive suicide bombings in Baghdad on Oct. 25, in which more than 150 people died, indicated that explosives or fighters were coming across from Syria, U.S. General Ray Odierno also said.”

So, again, Syria is letting al-Qaida and Saddamist terrorists come in, get armed and trained, cross the border in Iraq, and run back for safe haven. Right, general?:

“The U.S. commander's comments reinforced accusations by the government of Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that al Qaeda and former Baathists were working together to undermine improved security and elections expected to be held in January. Maliki's government has also accused neighboring Syria of giving a safe haven to Baathists plotting attacks in Iraq.”

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