Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Allawi: Iraq deteriorating into civil war

Allawi: this is the start of civil war

IRAQ’S former interim prime minister Iyad Allawi has warned that his country is facing civil war and has predicted dire consequences for Europe and America as well as the Middle East if the crisis is not resolved.

“The problem is that the Americans have no vision and no clear policy on how to go about in Iraq,” said Allawi, a long-time ally of Washington.



In an interview with The Sunday Times last week as he visited Amman, the Jordanian capital, he said: “The policy should be of building national unity in Iraq. Without this we will most certainly slip into a civil war. We are practically in stage one of a civil war as we speak.”

Allawi, a secular Shi’ite, said that Iraq had collapsed as a state and needed to be rebuilt. The only way forward, he said, was through “national unity, the building of institutions, the economy and a firm but peaceful foreign relation policy”. Unless these criteria were satisfied, “the country will deteriorate”.


IM FUCKING SICK OF THE BULLSHIT. WE NEED A LEADER, OUR PRESIDENT IS A LYING PIECE OF CRAP AND HE DOESN'T CARE ANY MORE ABOUT NATIONAL SECURITY THEN HE DOES ABOUT AN IRAQI CIVILIAN LIFE.

2 Comments:

Blogger halcyon67 said...

The problem is that the Americans have no vision and no clear policy on how to go about in Iraq,” said Allawi, a long-time ally of Washington.
^^Not to seem disrespectful to Allawi, but he didn't seem to care about an emerging civil war when he was Prime Minister. Didn't he deny it a few times when he was Prime Minister.

Yes, this country does need a leader.

7:25 AM  
Blogger PoliShifter said...

You keep finding great stuff here Kenny.

I think Allawi is probably feeling a little betrayed by the Bush Administration and realizes he is getting no benefit off of playing ball with them.

Much in the same way I think Blair is responsible for leaking the DSM.

I think the day of Reckoning is fast approaching for the Bush Administration.

1:28 PM  

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