Yesterday, October 21, 2011, Barack Hussein Obama announced that all American troops in Iraq will be withdrawn at the end of this year. He is keeping his Iraq war timeline to withdraw all troops, but only because Iraq won’t allow us to stay. If they would, there wouldn’t be any announcement by Obama, or spin that . . . → Read More: Iraq war timeline: see my interview on RT Television, October 21, 2011
Barack Hussein Obama
The original Iraq war timeline is approaching, and Barack Hussein Obama is planning to reduce US force strength to 3,000. In a Fox News article dated September 6th, the Obama administration is seriously talking about reducing the number of American soldiers in Iraq to this number, yet at the same time . . . → Read More: Iraq war timeline: US forces dropping down to 3,000—what about AQI?
Watch my interview on “RT America” taped from its Washington, DC studios on August 31, 2011.
On the 1st anniversary of Barack Hussein Obama’s announcement that the United States is no longer in combat in Iraq, we find ourselves still in combat in Iraq. What happened to the Iraq war timeline? (What happened . . . → Read More: Iraq war timeline: watch my interview on “RT America” August 31, 2011
Watch my interview about the cost of the Iraq war on RT Television-Moscow, taped on August 30th.
American contractors will most likely be hauling in the cash for years to come. I wonder how that will sit with Iran and AQI (Al Qaeda in Iraq)? But it’s not a problem. There will be thousands of “security contractors” (i.e. mercenaries) employed by the State . . . → Read More: Cost of the Iraq War: Watch my RT Interview on the wasted $30 billion
More than 80 people were killed and dozens injured Monday in a string of attacks around Iraq. (Washington Post)
Update: The number of dead in todays’ suicide attacks across Iraq is now above 80. (See my earlier post for analysis.)
General David Petraeus
According to a recently completed Department of Defense investigation, the cost of the Afghan war to United States taxpayer also includes supplying money to corrupt Afghan officials—and to Taliban insurgents. The investigation was ordered by General David Petraeus, the former commander in Afghanistan.
Fox News reports:
A year-long military-led investigation has concluded . . . → Read More: Cost of Afghan war: US money funding corrupt officials and insurgents
What happened to Barack Hussein Obama’s pledge to withdraw all American soldiers in Iraq by the end of 2011? What happened to his pledge to end the Iraq war during his campaign? What happened to his Iraq war timeline?
The Obama administration is pleading with the Iraqi government, under Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki, to . . . → Read More: Iraq war timeline: watch my interview on RT Television June 7, 2011