Monday, March 20, 2006

Anti-war groups ‘undermining’ UN

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Note: Glenda's added comments are in a suitable red.

Speaking on the BBC, John Reid, the British defence secretary, fired a shot across the bows (really, they have bows?) of the anti-war protesters over the weekend.
He said: "You have a very simple choice. You can support the Iraqi democrats and the overwhelming majority of ordinary Iraqis who want blah, blah, blah.
"Or you can support in effect the terrorists by arguing that there is a civil war and that there is no democratic way of solving it."
It's an obvious coincidence that they are on point with the US White House argument that you are either with us or you are supporting terrorism.
Although the US has made secret preliminary plans to deal with a civil war, Dr Reid said: "When people go on the streets of London I do wish just occasionally they would go out in support of the United Nations, the Iraqi people and the Iraqi democrats.
Dude, this is how they are supporting the Iraqi people.
"Let's hope then that they support the United Nations because it is under the United Nations Security Council resolutions that the Iraqis are building up their security forces, they are conducting their elections, they are trying to form a government."
Yeah, we all know that the U.N. is a power house when it comes to protecting the weak. Just look at the recent massacre in the Sudan.

Donald Rumsfield, the lying defence secretary, disclosed that the US military intelligence was holding war games on its hand-held Gameboy to predict what might happen in such a situation although the White House has consistently denied that Iraq was slipping into a civil war, "although even the ex-interim prime minister of Iraq, Allawi, has declared that his country is in a civil war.
Speaking after the march in London, John Ellison of Stop the War Coalition, said: "The world has been set on fire by the repeated military actions and we don't want to see any more oil thrown on these flames."
Anyone notice that the anti-war side only gets one sentence here? These news guys owned by Fox?

As the munchkins smuggle all kinds of information into Oz, Glenda has gotten word that Rumsfield has been rather silent lately.

This is because he is a werewolf and has been undergoing laser treatments for unsightly superfluous hair growth. I will post more when the munchkin paperattzi show up with the underground pictures.

9 Comments:

At 7:24 AM, Blogger Texas Social Worker said...

Looks like you are enjoying your vacation time and putting it to productive use. Seems like you get so much more time off than I do.

 
At 9:29 AM, Blogger Dr. Deborah Serani said...

Love this!!!

~Deb

 
At 9:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are one smart cookie. Enjoy your vacation time.

 
At 10:06 AM, Blogger glenda said...

TSW,
Have been out working in the garden most of the morning. What a gorgeous day!
I get so much time off because I work so hard... : )

 
At 1:38 PM, Blogger Neil Shakespeare said...

So THAT'S what's been happening with Rumsfeld! Maybe those laser treatements have been shrinking his brain, too.

 
At 7:18 PM, Blogger pinkfem said...

One can omly hope it his brain will shrink until he disappears.

 
At 4:28 PM, Blogger Gary said...

Yeah, it's the damn anti-war activists who have got us in trouble in Iraq. The bastards are about to be responsible for us bombing Iran too. Why don't they just go home and eat some granola...

 
At 7:30 AM, Blogger pinkfem said...

Sadly, while granola is tasty, it does not relieve the heartburn/heartache of war.

 
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