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Another U.s. War Brewing In Mideast

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by michaelr, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. michaelr

    michaelr Well-Known Member

    May 27, 2007
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    Here not there
    An insane plan authorized by President Bush to join Turkey in a covert war to assassinate leaders of a Kurdish rebel group in northern Iraq was exposed after a former Dick Cheney aide briefed lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
    Within days of the visit to the Hill by Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Eric Edelman, columnist Robert Novak got wind of the plan and made it public. It transpired that Edelman boasted that the plan involved U.S. Special Forces helping their Turkish counterparts “behead” the leadership of the Kurdish guerrilla group the PKK, also known as the Kurdistan Workers Party, in its hideout in mountains bordering northern Iraq and Turkey.

    When lawmakers questioned the sanity of the United States getting caught up in yet another guerrilla war, Edelman assured them it would be a success. The U.S. role would be hidden and vigorously denied if made public. Some members of Congress thought the strategy was risky, especially at a time when the United States was bogged down in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Edelman’s response was that the plan was a “slam dunk” and that it would not take long to accomplish.

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    My Comment..
    Impeach Now and put an end to this delusional bull. They want to see the end of this country.

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