HAT TIP: The IQD Team
Hello Friends! Okay, there has really not been much movement in the news that we have been waiting to report on, that is why you have not heard too much from us lately.
We don’t feel it is necessary to repost every “garbage” article out there that will simply confuse you and perhaps even upset you, therefore we are staying focused on the most relevant articles we can.
You may have also noticed we are not hammering the scum “hack” gurus much lately, well that is because we have exposed them with the examples we have provided, in our opinion, once a “liar” always a “liar” and therfore we leave it up to you to decide for yourself if you want to read their crap and believe their lies – we’ve done our part to help you. 🙂
So, on to this article – this is great Analysis by Reuters! However, I can’t say I 100% agree with it, as I sense the writer does have a bias for Maliki!
This article has ignored many “damming” facts that are against Malilik. For instance, this article ignores that Maliki has already signed the Arbil/Erbil Agreement – isn’t a man’s signature worth anything in Iraq? Here in America you could take that all they way up to the Supreme Court! Next, they ignore the Mullah that Iran was really hoping would help them, al-Haidar, which is known as Sadr’s mentor! However, as we saw in the Associated Press article earlier this week, Haidar is now siding with Sadr and the alliance AGAINST Maliki. This was ignored in this following article also. So, don’t believe everything you read!
But, there is merit to this article since it really does help spell out what is going on Politically, and the chaos and challenges they do face!!!
~ Mr. IQD
June 6, 2012 – BAGHDAD (Reuters) –
Ask Iraq’s Sunni, Kurdish and even some Shi’ite leaders these days what they think of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the rhetoric is likely to be shrill: Many call him a dictator, autocrat or even a new “Saddam” who needs to be voted from office.
For the second time since American troops left last December, Maliki is wading through a crisis with the Shi’ite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs in his government at each other’s throats in a feud that risks Continue reading