Wednesday, July 25, 2007


An Iraqi man covers his face to protect himself from the smoke as he passes a bomblet from a cluster bomb in the Baladiyat neighborhood in southern Baghdad.
Photo credit: Karim Sahib/Agence France Presse

Italian RaiNews 24's documentary shows US forces using white phosphorus in Falluja in November 2004.

DC: Dick here.

GWB: What's up Dick?

DC: Iran.

GWB: O.K. Where did you run?

DC: Nowhere. The country IRAN.

GWB: O.K. What about the country IRAN?

DC: We’re going to bomb it.

GWB: When?

DC: In August when Congress is on vacation and asleep.

GWB: What about Iraq?

DC: Bombing Iran will remove the public's attention from Iraq.

GWB: Do we have enough bombs?

DC: More than enough. And our cruise missiles are nuked and ready.

GWB: Will my legacy get better if I bomb Iran?

DC: It can't hurt it (Dick is thinking: Since it is already dead.)

GWB: O.K. But let me get in touch with the Almighty first.

DC: I’ve already done that. It's a green light to start bombing.

GWB: O.K. Just let me fly to Crawford before we do any more shock and awing. I don't want the media to start banging my head too soon.

DC: Right. Look busy. Clear the brush. Look for more Al Qaeda and armadillos.

GWB: O.K. Dick. Happy hunting to you too!

“It is possibly no coincidence that there has been a significant increase in the anti-Iran rhetoric emanating from both the Bush administration and Congress over the past few weeks, mostly seeking to establish a casus belli by contending that Iran is masterminding lethal attacks against US troops in Iran and NATO forces in Afghanistan”.

[Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi]

“The greatest threat now is ‘a 9/11’ occurring with a group of terrorists armed not with airline tickets and box cutters, but with a nuclear weapon in the middle of one of our own cities.”

Dick Cheney

Face the Nation/CBS

April 15, 2007

“A few days ago, a group of lawyers from western Massachusetts met with the local congressman, Democrat John Olver. Their request was that Olver take part in the urgent effort to impeach Bush and Cheney. Olver responded by saying that he had no intention of doing anything to support impeachment. He went further, offering the information that the United States would soon attack Iran, and that these hostilities would be followed by the imposition of a martial law regime here”

[From Cheney Determined To Strike
U.S. With WMD This Summer

By Webster G. Tarpley

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