Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Declaration of Iraqi Colonial Status

In a joint declaration Monday, the government of Iraq declared their nation a permanent possession of the United States of America; the USA agreed to accept ownership of the country. Couched in meaningless diplomatic blather, the declaration has three main components -
  • The United States shall maintain a permanent military occupation whose principal responsibility will be to protect the colonial government of Nouri al-Maliki from any and all coups and independence movements;
  • The United Nations shall be instructed to extend the temporary ownership of Iraq by the United States for one more year,
  • During which time the exact nature of the ownership of Iraq will be crafted by the Bush Administration and imposed upon the Iraqi people.
The economic aspect of the colonial ownership of Iraq is of paramount importance. While the exact wording has yet to be drafted the general direction of the American ownership of Iraq has been known for some time.

1 comment:

PoliShifter said...

We'll see if he gets away with it.

I get this feeling al-Sadr's Mahdi Army is just waiting. They are also infilitrating Iraq's military.

Just when Bushie thinks things are nice and stable (after he leaves office) Iraq will likely kick American Business out leaving the next President to decide, do we re-escalate the war with Iraq or just bring the troops home?

If al-Sadr doesn't go on a rampant ethnic cleansing binge, U.S. politicians will likely not find the support to escalate.

If al-Sadr does start slaughtering people, we'll get the politicians on the TV crying crocodile tears over how we need to send more troops to Iraq to 'stop the bloodshed'.