Thursday, October 12, 2006

Just More War

"People do not always realize that a war is never planned, executed or even anticipated in a matter of weeks. Military operations take months and even years to prepare," writes Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya in The March to War, warning us that the "Long War" recently undertaken by the American government is only just beginning.

With regard to Iraq, the "Downing Street memo" confirms that the decision to go to war in 2003 was decided in 2002 by the United States and Britain, and thus the preparations for war with Iraq were in reality started in 2002, a year before the invasion. The preparations for the invasion of Iraq took place at least a entire year to arrange.

The Pentagon has already drawn up plans for U.S. sponsored attacks on Iran and Syria. Despite the public posturing of diplomacy by the United States and Britain, just like the Iraq Invasion, Iran and Syria sense another Anglo-American war on the horizon. Both countries have been strengthening their defenses for the eventuality of war with the Anglo-American alliance.

A conflict against Iran and Syria, if it were to materialize, would be unlike previous Anglo-American sponsored conflicts. It would be wider in scope, deadlier, and have active aerial and naval fronts.

Just reporting on all the news that gives me fits.


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