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July 30, 2006

The Declaration Of War – Part 3

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 2:20 pm
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POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Declaration Of War - Part 3
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Reviewing--
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From the Saturday February 18, 2006 "The Declara-
tion Of War" essay [1]:
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Friday, February 17, 2006
Reuters
Iran calls on UK troops to pull out of Basra
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Reuters quotes Manouchehr Mottaki, the foreign mini-
ster of Iran:
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"The Islamic Republic of Iran demands the immediate
withdrawal of British forces from Basra."
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Basra's in a narrow strip of Iraq --squeezed between
Iran and Kuwait-- that reaches the Persian Gulf.
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That demand is very like Hull's note to Tokyo demand-
ing that Japan exit China.
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Hull was FDR's secretary of war and the demand was
ACTUALLY a declaration of war on Japan.
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The Japanese replied ASAP at Pearl Harbor.
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But The Superpower's poodle, Blair, whines "British
soldiers [are] in Iraq under a United Nations mandate
...."
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Reviewing--
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From the Friday February 24, 2006 "The Declaration
Of War - Part 2" essay:
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[From the February 22, 2006 statement of the Iraq
Regional Command of the Arab Baath Socialist Party:]
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"The systematic escalation of differences between
America and Iran have found their main political
arena to be Iraq, because the most important group
of agents of Iran are there;  they are in power [= the
puppet government set up by The Superpower] and
are able thereby to use the blood of Iraqis...to exert
pressure on America.
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"Iran has laid out a plan to embroil America in the Ira-
qi morass to prevent it from obstructing Iran's nuclear
plans.
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"Particularly since America is eager to move on to
completing arrangements for a withdrawal from Iraq,
a part of which is the signing of binding agreements
on oil and strategy.
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"America believes that without the participation of
'Sunni' parties in the regime those arrangements will
fail.
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"For that reason cutting Iran's claws has become one
of the important requirements for the American ar-
rangements.
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"It is therefore in Iran's interest to attack holy Shi'i
Islamic tombs now because it seeks to rally the peo-
ple of southern Iraq behind the Iranian position [in
Iraq] and in defense of Iran through increased pres-
sure on America in Iraq.
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"This is a difficult task for them since the vast major-
ity of the people of southern Iraq know that Iran is
planning to destroy Iraq and partition it, annexing
southern Iraq to itself under the so-called 'federa-
tion' scheme of 'Abd al-'Aziz al-Hakim [the leader
of SCIRI].
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"Therefore, they [= Iran's agents] have sensed an
urgent need to regain some unity around their posi-
tion among the southern Iraqi people, so as to sub-
ordinate them to Iran.
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"For this they required a crime the likes of which has
not been committed before --namely an attack on a
holy tomb in an area that is not predominantly Shi'i
so that it could be blamed on the Sunnis, and be
used to promote the rapid spread of the wildfire of
sectarian strife, in order to guarantee Iran suffici-
ent forces to keep America embroiled in Iraq and to
reduce American pressure on Tehran.
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"This would also achieve one of the most important
and oldest American goals in Iraq, namely splitting
up the country."
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You now may wonder who's beating whom in that
already-declared
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IRAN - SUPERPOWER WAR.
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And now!
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Saturday, July 29, 2006
Washington Post
Iraqi Official Warns Against Coup Attempt 
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The Superpower plans to topple what *was*  ex-
clusively its own puppet regime --before Iran can
take it over completely and overtly turn it against
The Superpower itself.
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"...a member of parliament from Iraq's most power-
ful political party [= SCIRI, the Supreme Council for
the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, headquartered in
Iran], said...that 'some tongues' were talking about
toppling Maliki's Shiite-led government and replac-
ing it with a 'national salvation government, which
we [=Iran's agents] call a military coup govern-
ment.'"
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"...Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, leader of the Supreme Coun-
cil for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, also spoke...."
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"Hakim called on Iraqis...to establish greater auton-
omy in a region of nine provinces in southern and
central Iraq, a predominantly Shiite area.
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"Hakim said that the 'experience of Kurdistan' -- a
largely autonomous region in northern Iraq -- 'is a
pioneering experience' and that 'a serious move-
ment should be made in that direction.'"
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Keeping in mind The Superpower's original wish to
split up Iraq, you can see how Iran's pressure on
The Superpower includes candy to make that pres-
sure palatable...
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Iran's deviousness is a match for Bu$h's duplicity!
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[1]
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PoliticalEssays/message/687?source=1&var=1&l=1
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[2]
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PoliticalEssays/message/693?source=1&var=1&l=1
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citing:
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http://iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/80581
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Scroll down to "Baghdad."
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[3]
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/28/AR2006072801746_pf.html
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