is the law of genocide and it is the law every
where because genocide works every where in one
form or another in whole or in part. That's why
it's policy. Like neutron bombs, it clears the
land of the people who are living on it without
destroying their assets. Ask any Tasmanian or
Tuscaroran. And once the natives are gone or sufficiently
neutered, no meaningful payments for the takings
people often use the tactic of "terrorism"
to fight the invader's tactic of genocide but
it isn't easy. Power has many plays. Shock and
awe pogroms aren't the only arrow in the invader's
quiver. Killing everybody isn't even necessary
anymore given today's world-wide web of embedded
mass media. It's enough now to kill just some
of the local population (because they are the
local population) to intimidate the television-watching-rest
into fleeing or useful submission.
if that doesn't work right away then there is
always the tried and tested method of just getting
the locals to kill each other while the invader
plays referee like Philip of Macedonia setting
Athens off against Sparta.
an old game that pays present day dividends. Hence
Hamas versus Fatah in occupied Palestine. Rest
assured that's a Mossad thing.
why Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq need to take a
step back from killing each other and look more
closely at the historical precedent of who has
invaded and is occupying their country.
United States has a long history of sponsoring
client state government collusion with death squads
from the CIA's Operation Phoenix in Vietnam to
their Operation Condor in Latin America. (State
Terrorism and the United States by Frederick H.
has an even longer history of playing locals off
against each other in most parts of the rest of
the world. One need only look at how successful
British Army's Special Intelligence Wing (especially
Research Unit) has been in bringing the PIRA
to heel with the use of Loyalist death squads.
and Blair will be emboldened then by the present
Adams-Paisley accord to continue on with their
conquest of Iraq et al. If they can just get enough
locals in Iraq to kill one another, the Arabs
there might become by reduction more malleable
and controllable...like the Irish.
Bush and Blair's evil minds it will only be a
matter of time before the slaughtered Shiites
and Sunnis are begging for devolved Anglo-American
rule in Iraq. After all, all drowning men like
Gerry "Chalabi" Adams, will reach for
a sword because pacification beats eradication.
that's why Bush recently told his de facto satrap
Bertie "the Banal" Ahern that there
were positive developments occurring in Iraq.
Maybe the government sponsored death squads there
are finally having an effect.
Iraqis should therefore focus on the actions of
among others the thousands of armed "private"
contractors like Blackwater, KBR, Dyncorp and
Triple Canopy who have been put in place by Bush
and Blair ostensibly as an ideological effort
to privatize a government war for profit.
the whole enterprise smacks of false flag operations
much like the Red Hand Commandos used to here.
remember that Levi's Law is a ferocious law. Therefore,
anything goes. No amount of native death and destruction
is too much or too little and no amount of lies
about same too dishonest because all is rationalized.
nirvana will be reached when local scolds in Iraq,
like Kevin Myers here, can openly condemn native
resistance as illegal and immoral without any
fear of rightful retribution.
like Myers merely echo the battle cry of all counter-insurgency:
Treason is good, patriotism a crime. If you don't
think so then imagine how long Myers would last
in the States writing about George Washington
and 1776 like he writes about Padraig Pearce and
it's not for nothing that the neo-conservatives
surrounding Bush and Blair worship at the temple
of Ayn Rand. After all, it was she who said: "It's
not (Arab) oil
just because it's under their
Rand interviewed by Phil Donahue), and "
the United States
is the only moral country
in the history of the world." (Ayn
Rand's 1974 Address at West Point)
no doubt because the U.S. has always obeyed Levi's
Law whether in Wounded Knee, My Lai or To Gun
as simple as our American Revolution good, your
else could they reconcile the irreconcilable?