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A U.S. official request directly to the owners to step down

"leaks initial visit to talk about the request direct and official of the United States for the owners to resign and form a new government as soon as possible

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Three us critical messages delivered to Al-Maliki
Us made, John Kerry, said Monday, after meeting with outgoing Iraqi Prime Nouri al-Maliki, and Iraqi officials in Baghdad, the statements refer to Washington's desire to abandon Al-Maliki from power, unlike Kerry's playing of Maliki in their meeting.

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Ohio Chic....you're the prettiest thing to happen to this topic !!!

Kerry: Iraq is facing a threat, the u.s. support will be intensive and continuous
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A U.S. official request directly to the owners to step down

"leaks initial visit to talk about the request direct and official of the United States for the owners to resign and form a new government as soon as possible

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Three us critical messages delivered to Al-Maliki
Us made, John Kerry, said Monday, after meeting with outgoing Iraqi Prime Nouri al-Maliki, and Iraqi officials in Baghdad, the statements refer to Washington's desire to abandon Al-Maliki from power, unlike Kerry's playing of Maliki in their meeting.

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Ohio Chic....you're the prettiest thing to happen to this topic !!!

Kerry: Iraq is facing a threat, the u.s. support will be intensive and continuous
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Boom-shacka-lacka !
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You sure know how to make a girl feel good thank you
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Made of State John Kerry, on Monday, after a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, and a number of Iraqi officials in Baghdad, remarks indicate Washington's desire to abandon al-Maliki from power, contrary to what was keen Kerry on Asmall the owners during their meeting .

And a senior Iraqi official revealed that Kerry transfer of three owners of American letters, centered on the need for the resignation of the latter, and warning of the consequences of any Iranian interference in Iraq, and stop the recruitment in the army on a sectarian basis.

In exchange for failure to declare the American public wanting to give up al-Maliki from power, as one of the main factors, which triggered the crisis, revealed a senior official at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, on Monday, for "new Arab", highlights of the talks, al-Maliki and Kerry, stressing that the latter has the transfer of three letters U.S., focused on the need for the resignation of Maliki, and warning of the consequences of any military intervention in Iraq, Iran, and stop recruitment into the army on a sectarian basis.

The official said, "The most prominent axes closed-door meeting, which was leaked to us, concentrated in three letters U.S., it focused first message on the resignation of Maliki and the search for a new alternative, has the approval of the Sunni Arabs and Kurds, through a new government recognizes the constitutionally according to the results of the recent election."

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Sounds like a meeting of very serious tone.
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should be an interesting week I cannot waitGirl popcorn
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Is that a picture of you OC ??
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No I wish I looked like her but that's my real avatar underneath my username
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WoW.You look way better.hf
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Made of State John Kerry, on Monday, after a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, and a number of Iraqi officials in Baghdad, remarks indicate Washington's desire to abandon al-Maliki from power, contrary to what was keen Kerry on Asmall the owners during their meeting .

And a senior Iraqi official revealed that Kerry transfer of three owners of American letters, centered on the need for the resignation of the latter, and warning of the consequences of any Iranian interference in Iraq, and stop the recruitment in the army on a sectarian basis.

In exchange for failure to declare the American public wanting to give up al-Maliki from power, as one of the main factors, which triggered the crisis, revealed a senior official at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, on Monday, for "new Arab", highlights of the talks, al-Maliki and Kerry, stressing that the latter has the transfer of three letters U.S., focused on the need for the resignation of Maliki, and warning of the consequences of any military intervention in Iraq, Iran, and stop recruitment into the army on a sectarian basis.

The official said, "The most prominent axes closed-door meeting, which was leaked to us, concentrated in three letters U.S., it focused first message on the resignation of Maliki and the search for a new alternative, has the approval of the Sunni Arabs and Kurds, through a new government recognizes the constitutionally according to the results of the recent election."

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Sounds like a meeting of very serious tone.
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Give 'em hell, Lurch!

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The 4000 arrival of an American to protect the Green Zone

A source from inside the Green Zone in central Baghdad, on Monday, that the 4000 element of protection in addition to U.S. military experts arrived in the Green Zone.

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Leader of the Supreme Council: al-Maliki's chances to take over as prime minister no longer sufficient after the loss of American support
Monday, June 23, 2014 20:45

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Salah Arbaoui, Monday, that the fortunes of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has become insufficient after the loss of American support, while ruled out sending U.S. military forces to Iraq.

He Arbaoui in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The National Alliance has not yet decided whether the person who will take office as prime minister in the next government because of the security conditions experienced by the country," stressing at the same time "the need to be accompanied by a political solution with the security solution to the crisis ".

Arbaoui added that "the fortunes of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is no longer sufficient because of the loss of American support," noting that "the Americans were always affirm their support for the government, but they now declare that they Aatdkhalon to choose the leaders."



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Isis in syria is supported by the US. Isis is sunni Iran is shiite. Don't suppose this is a back door way into a beef with Iran do you. hmmmmm. Muzzi fighting Muzzi's. Well its certainly fits the pattern. And I sure hope that is not what is going on, but I don't like the looks of the situation. hmmmm.
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This is the threat to back up our demand that Maliki step down. ISIS is not there to take over the Sunni territories, although they will if Maliki doesn't step down. These ISIS are ours and Saudi Arabia's, and if Maliki resigns, we go in, ISIS will run back to Syria before we kill them all, and the tribal leaders will take back over like they did after the first civil war when AQ in Iraq disappeared. If Maliki doesn't go, we send ISIS on to Baghdad.


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Sunni forces threaten to creep toward Baghdad within days if Al-Maliki step down

Monday, June 23, 2014

WeakGood Twilight news demanded by Sunni forces battling each Iraqi Government forces Monday with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki step down from power and set up a Government of national salvation to contain the worsening security crisis in Iraq.

Those forces threatened to continue fighting with call them revolt against the Iraqi Government and reach Baghdad within days if Al-Maliki did not respond to their demands.

And called for "a new social partnership has the rights of all Iraqis, particularly minority and adhere to the principle of tolerance and stay away from the vengeful spirit in accordance with the principle of worn bygones and rejected terrorism in all its forms and names."



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Isis in syria is supported by the US. Isis is sunni Iran is shiite. Don't suppose this is a back door way into a beef with Iran do you. hmmmmm. Muzzi fighting Muzzi's. Well its certainly fits the pattern. And I sure hope that is not what is going on, but I don't like the looks of the situation. hmmmm.
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Exactly what is going on.

After the rate change and after Kurdistan splits off into an independent nation all hell will break loose.

This is what they want and this is one of the indicators in the Matrix that confirms Maliki is the next PM.

They need a HUGE...problem...and a Maliki 3rd term...is just the problem they need.

This is all a set up.

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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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Revbo the announcement from the CBI with the associated rate change must happen before the split off.

You see when the Kurds declare an independent nation of Kurdistan on that day Iraq will lose 1/3rd of its land and wealth...oil...gold...crops etc.

This would throw the whole value equation on it's head and IMF article 8 compliance would be derailed.

So currency change first...then the split.

If not...it will be one big failure.

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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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Revbo the announcement from the CBI with the associated rate change must happen before the split off.

You see when the Kurds declare an independent nation of Kurdistan on that day Iraq will lose 1/3rd of its land and wealth...oil...gold...crops etc.

This would throw the whole value equation on it's head and IMF article 8 compliance would be derailed.

So currency change first...then the split.

If not...it will be one big failure.

popcorn
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Not necessarily. The Shiite remnant state would keep the CBI, and all its money, and they have 2/3 of the oil. They would lose their welfare cases in Sunni-stan, and a Shiite remnant state would immediately have stability because there won't be any Sunnis or Kurds to oppress.

If it goes down this way, though, I think you're right that the Kurds will probably wait for a while to see how things shake out. Their secession is not nearly as imperative as the Sunnis' would be in the near term. The Kurds have pretty much got everything under control in their territories.

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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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Revbo the announcement from the CBI with the associated rate change must happen before the split off.

You see when the Kurds declare an independent nation of Kurdistan on that day Iraq will lose 1/3rd of its land and wealth...oil...gold...crops etc.

This would throw the whole value equation on it's head and IMF article 8 compliance would be derailed.

So currency change first...then the split.

If not...it will be one big failure.

popcorn
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Not necessarily. The Shiite remnant state would keep the CBI, and all its money, and they have 2/3 of the oil. They would lose their welfare cases in Sunni-stan, and a Shiite remnant state would immediately have stability because there won't be any Sunnis or Kurds to oppress.

If it goes down this way, though, I think you're right that the Kurds will probably wait for a while to see how things shake out. Their secession is not nearly as imperative as the Sunnis' would be in the near term. The Kurds have pretty much got everything under control in their territories.
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It seems to me that there are at least two irons in the fire here... 1. Maliki and his own agenda for power 2. The larger players, US, EU, IMF, WB, UST that are opposed to BRICS & Iran, both tolerating Maliki's bullshit.

I can't help but think that both sides want the IQD to FF/RV, because both benefit, but like two alpha predators, there is the fight that ensues to lay claim to the largest part of the kill.

It looks like that is where we are at.
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You're such a hussy.
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You're such a hussy.
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Really ??? How???? I think I contribute some pretty good info on this thread.
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You're such a hussy.
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Really ??? How???? I think I contribute some pretty good info on this thread.
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Sorry, I was only joking, and I assumed it was obvious that I didn't mean it at all.
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You're such a hussy.
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Really ??? How???? I think I contribute some pretty good info on this thread.
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Sorry, I was only joking, and I assumed it was obvious that I didn't mean it at all.
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I have to admit, it took me aback because I really didn't see myself as that and was never my intention. So I say someone is jealous and too coward to leave a name of course. Jealousy and cowardness are such ugly traits.
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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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Revbo the announcement from the CBI with the associated rate change must happen before the split off.

You see when the Kurds declare an independent nation of Kurdistan on that day Iraq will lose 1/3rd of its land and wealth...oil...gold...crops etc.

This would throw the whole value equation on it's head and IMF article 8 compliance would be derailed.

So currency change first...then the split.

If not...it will be one big failure.

popcorn
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Not necessarily. The Shiite remnant state would keep the CBI, and all its money, and they have 2/3 of the oil. They would lose their welfare cases in Sunni-stan, and a Shiite remnant state would immediately have stability because there won't be any Sunnis or Kurds to oppress.

If it goes down this way, though, I think you're right that the Kurds will probably wait for a while to see how things shake out. Their secession is not nearly as imperative as the Sunnis' would be in the near term. The Kurds have pretty much got everything under control in their territories.
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It seems to me that there are at least two irons in the fire here... 1. Maliki and his own agenda for power 2. The larger players, US, EU, IMF, WB, UST that are opposed to BRICS & Iran, both tolerating Maliki's bullshit.

I can't help but think that both sides want the IQD to FF/RV, because both benefit, but like two alpha predators, there is the fight that ensues to lay claim to the largest part of the kill.

It looks like that is where we are at.
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Nice to be able to say "bullshit" and not get deleted, huh?

I agree.
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You're such a hussy.
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Really ??? How???? I think I contribute some pretty good info on this thread.
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Sorry, I was only joking, and I assumed it was obvious that I didn't mean it at all.
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I have to admit, it took me aback because I really didn't see myself as that and was never my intention. So I say someone is jealous and too coward to leave a name of course. Jealousy and cowardness are such ugly traits.
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We love ya around here, OC. Don't mind BT. He's cool.
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So much to catch up on after being gone for a week from "world news"...
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Haven't seen any TLAR...is he still thinking before July 1?
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That sucks! When I had my photo up as little miracles, some guy called me a "goth stank" lol! Because I had a cross necklace on, go figure... chuckle

What part of Ohio are you from? the other HoodRat is from Aurora Shores.

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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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104 terrorists killed in Baghdad, but that's not the important part. The important part is the terrorists are in Baghdad.

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So, I think I've seen enough onTwitter to tell me Maliki ain't resigning. He says we told him that he could form the government by July 1, which is such a bullshit interpretation of what we told him, it makes my head want to explode. I think we're seeing "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" play out here. We tried the diplomatic route...sort of, by sending ISIS into the Sunni territories, and knocking on the door of Baghdad to intimidate him into leaving. That has failed, so the next move, according to the book, is to try to assassinate him, so I would say we see ISIS move on Baghdad in the very near future before the Shiite militia is able to organize. If he survives that, we're looking at either civil war or Sunni secession. Barzani already talked about Kurdistan seceding again, today, and it would be in the Sunnis' interests to just secede and not try to fight a protracted civil war. We could be back to the Biden Plan, after all, and that wouldn't be all that bad. I don't think we'll see a change in currency until there is some political settlement, though, whether it be the 3 state solution or a new Maliki-free, non-sectarian government where peace and justice rains throughout the land. The good news is, things are at such a tipping point that a political solution can't be far off.
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104 terrorists killed in Baghdad, but that's not the important part. The important part is the terrorists are in Baghdad.

[link to www.iraqinews.com]
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Oh snap!
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Hmmm, some interesting Idea's put forth.

It seems to me that TPTB want to destabilize Iran and if possible a change in leadership. A direct attack would bring in other factions and could escalate the situation beyond what they want ie. Russia and China.

Iran supports Maliki, this is clear and has in essence pledged support against the Isis hoard taking over the country and putting another hostile country on Irans boarder. Looks to me like this is all a move to begin hostilities with Iran.

How you squeeze an RV in the forth coming situation is beyond me. If indeed that is that is the SA and US plan.

The only Possible way I can see an RV, is if Baghdad falls to Isis and there is a lull in the fighting before hostilities erupt between Iran and the new Iraq government.
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Hmmm, some interesting Idea's put forth.

It seems to me that TPTB want to destabilize Iran and if possible a change in leadership. A direct attack would bring in other factions and could escalate the situation beyond what they want ie. Russia and China.

Iran supports Maliki, this is clear and has in essence pledged support against the Isis hoard taking over the country and putting another hostile country on Irans boarder. Looks to me like this is all a move to begin hostilities with Iran.

How you squeeze an RV in the forth coming situation is beyond me. If indeed that is that is the SA and US plan.

The only Possible way I can see an RV, is if Baghdad falls to Isis and there is a lull in the fighting before hostilities erupt between Iran and the new Iraq government.
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Here's how you get an RV in this mess. ISIS assassinates Maliki, and the Sunnis rejoice. Shiites are pissed for a few days, until the new government is formed with Chalabi as Prime Minister. Shiites calm down. Kurds sit the whole mess out until they vote for Chalabi. Everybody's happy. Stable government in place. RV.
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the whole thing stinks.... you know how easy it would be to neutralize a couple thousand guys in toyota trucks who only have ak's and rpgs... it would take a couple of helicopters, a couple of gun ships or a couple of drones, no need for human pilots at all... that's it... you wouldn't need an army on the ground just minimal airpower... the kind of which most countries have... terrorists don't have air power, they don't have radar, they don't have satellites,... they have some toyota trucks and a t-shirt line.... this whole thing is absolute nonsense bs... this group, who just appeared on the scene is just sweeping across a country and taking over key border posts... please...
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doing quick research an apache helicopter can hit stationary targets from 7 kilometers away...that's over 4 miles away... I'm no expert but I don't think rpgs can hit a target 4 miles away... so you could take care of this problem from a safe distance in a day or two. Yet somehow the convoy of toyotas is some sort of military colossus that can be defeated.

while guys in masks with machine guns makes for scary photos and video footage to put on the tell-a-vision...they are no match for even the smallest air force...

this whole narrative being spun just reeks of bullshit