by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Iraq VP to U.S.: Stay Out of Our Civil War Former VP of Iraq, a Sunni, was railroaded and chased out of the country back in 2012 by Nouri al-Maliki. He talks about the legitimate opposition movement to Obama’s puppet dictatorship and says they have no idea where ISIS™ came from. Well, they came from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia and Israel. He fails to understand that ISIS is simply a marketing campaign creating a justification for Obama to drop bombs on the thousands of Iraqis who are sick and tired of the neo-liberal state we turned their country into.
UPDATE: Seems the Mosul Dam story was fabricated as well. All it takes is a Twitter account and PhotoShop. Makes Wag the Dog look silly by comparison.
Just when you thought American marketing/politics couldn’t get any lamer… some half-wit businessman comes up with a new incubator babies story as if we can’t remember past yesterday. 400 Palestinian kids have been slaughtered by the IDF… and that really happened. No “Nurse” Nayirah story needed there. Why doesn’t ObamaGod bomb Israel’s tanks and artillery positions I wonder?
You have got to be kidding me. No way.
CNN (of course it would be CNN) aired a story the other day with Mark Arabo, national spokesman for “Ending Genocide in Iraq,” in which the guest laid out the most compelling reasons for getting behind Obama’s bombing of the growing resistance in Iraq: another “incubator babies” story.
“A Christian Holocaust is in our mist. We are actually calling this a Christian genocide… Day by day, it is getting worse and worse. More children are being beheaded. Mothers are being raped and killed. Fathers are being hung. Right now, 300,000 Christians are fleeing Iraq and living in neighboring cities.” Gateway Pundit
The beheading of the children and decorating a park with their heads placed on sticks. This is offered up as justification for all us bleeding heart liberals to get behind President Peace Prize’s latest bombing campaign.
Yes, there it is folks. Wanna see the dramatic testimony? Not as convincing as the ““Nurse” Nayirah in tears” episode, but worth watching none the less.