To readers who are new to this story: You are now in part
XLII of the
Birth of the Kweb, the Kweb is of course the KinkyWeb&is this
website. This website is good&strong, it's some fine piece of art.
Sometimes I write a bit rough on some subjects, but that's the way it
is. If you don't like that you get to some other PolitcalCorrect website
If you are new, you have to know that almost all things I do write on this
website do have some nasty habit of coming out. To avoid judicial shit
I had to place some disclaimers, here is the disclaimer
to this story.
11 Feb 2005: Dear readers I have
decided to reopen this long story again, strangely enough the
governmental courthouse folks did still not hand over to me the
date of the next civil trial. A civil trial and therefore it will
be a Civil Bloody Day, but although my lawyer promised it would be
done in 2 or 3 weeks after 16 November there still is no envelope
received by me.
So this is strange because for so many years and
with such a large budget the folks working from the twin towers in
this little city (the IBG building) were always so determined. And
now in the ninth year of legal shit with them they have finally
the opportunity to make me brake beyond repair and suddenly get
weak knees or so?
Can't swallow a few hundred innocent civilians
dead my dear opponents? Do you think I am a madman? Or do you
finally understand we all have the responsibility to minimize
civil death toll in times of war and that therefore it is very
wise to strike back at the populations non-performing armies come
With this in the back of our minds it is still unknown
what the civil death toll of Fallujah, Iraq was. So if the
judicial opponents still like feeling to bring it on, just do
After mentioning my individual problems with incompetent legal
institutions lets look at the things in life that makes us all
happy, I mean killed US soldiers & similar slime. The
elections in Iraq from 30 January were supposed to be Military
Bloody Day number nine, although completely different compared to
my estimations we can see it was a big success.
Only two US soldiers dead (far to little of course) and at the
end of the day a nice British Hercules C-130 down, now 12 days
later the experts are still baffled. Well just like the military
experts (it cannot be a shoulder fire missile because the Hercules
had all standard defense stuff onboard) I have my unrealistic
fantasies too of course. But I cannot elaborate, why should I?
the next MBD is number 10. Therefore a long expected and
tremendous important MBD, because 10 is a multiple of 5 it is one
of those 'contest days'. That means that the group or platoon that
kills the most coalition soldiers wins the second so called Blue
Footed Trophy. According to the lunar (the Muslim) calendar, the
second anniversary of the fall of Baghdad is 19 March. So that is
the reason for declaring this date, it is a kind of honor to the
Muslim fighters. Lets not forget the Muslim fighters perform
remarkably well given the difference in fire power, it looks safe
to conclude that a lot of them are just the better soldiers. Or
not my dear US army? Or not?
On 19 March two years ago also
something else happened, the US commander in chief informed this
people they needed to go to war in Iraq. Here is a nice quote from
the start of his speech that evening:
| THE PRESIDENT: My fellow citizens, at this hour, American and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger.
On my orders, coalition forces have begun striking selected targets of military importance to undermine Saddam Hussein's ability to wage war. These are opening stages of what will be a broad and concerted campaign. More than 35 countries are giving crucial support -- from the use of naval and air bases, to help with intelligence and logistics, to the deployment of combat units. Every nation in this coalition has chosen to bear the duty and share the honor of serving in our common defense.
To all the men and women of the United States Armed Forces now in the Middle East, the peace of a troubled world and the hopes of an oppressed people now depend on you. That trust is well placed.
These were the words of the American commander in chief on 19
March 2003, the exact content of these words is crumbled down by
now. No WMD found, no significant relation between al Qaida and
Iraq and all this and all that. The biggest fault in maintaining
the peace was the fact there was no fucking new money, there was
no fucking new money the idiots! And what did we get many months
later? We get the American commander in chief explaining that
making new money is a very complicated process and only one
country had the techno to deliver this so fast...
Now there the peace was already lost, no new money to start a
fresh economy like a clock. And now we have MBD number 10. Of
course the US air force is bound by the same deal as from MBD9, no
air power allowed only when otherwise large numbers of US soldiers
get killed by withholding this air power. Good luck with it.
(The next picture is from the Arab news outlet al-Jazeera, it
seems they have received that Hercules down video but when I
emailed the so called 'editor' could not help me out. But the
next picture was used on the main page of al-Jazeera when bringing
the news of the Hercules down, may be it is propaganda may be it
is a still from the video. I dunno!)
So is this a video still or not? Do you know my dear reader?
12 Feb 2005: Now here is a long
download (pdf format), it is the official US counter
insurgency manual on which the official Iraqi policies will be
founded. It does not contain much information of direct practical
value but since it is the fundament of official US policy it can
be worthwhile reading.
Somewhere in that document you see that according to the US
military it can be handy to apply some taunting remarks over big
loudspeakers mounted on vehicles or so. In an Iraqi place named Salman Pak
the new Iraqi police tried this wonderful method lately. Here are
|In another incident with religious overtones, more details emerged about a battle with insurgents Thursday in Salman Pak that left at least 14 police officers dead and 65 wounded. Four insurgents were killed, according to the Interior Ministry. Footage on Arab television stations showed cars burning and bodies lying in the street.
One witness said the insurgents attacked after police officers began taunting Sunnis over loudspeakers during a search for weapons in the town 15 miles southeast of Baghdad.
The police, some of whom apparently were Shiites, "started calling the people Sunni cowards in addition to all kinds of names," said Mohammed Abdul Khaliq Shummari, a local resident and journalist.
Comment: Now people are not supposed to have fun when
others have died and I have to give my excuses to the 14
families of the police folks and the 4 families of the
insurgents. But I had fun, I can not deny this. When I
would have been in the middle of that fight I likely would
have no fun at all but that's something else.
Serious: This is what you get when the new army and police
is trained by the Americans (and likely those NATO
instructors). It just doesn't work.
Beside the new Iraqi police, the US military is making a fool
of herself too. The Americans are riding around with loudspeaker
vehicles and put on tapes with titles like "Love and
marriage" or "Why to vote". Would that really work?
I doubt this, they only make fools of themselves by doing that.
Why don't the Americans make audio tapes with titles like
"Why the economical sanctions were needed" or "Nice
shootout at the Road of Death" and look how the population
reacts on that one...
Next subject: On Military Bloody Day nine a British Hercules
fell from the skies, the investigation is still ongoing but most
experts still have no clue. May be the investigators have by now,
but since 30 January not much of value was contributed by so
called 'experts'. Now here is a quote from a US general commenting
on the British incident:
|Smith said a tape, played by the Middle East television network Al Jazeera, purporting to show the downing of the aircraft, was apparently bogus.
The videotape, aired by the Arabic TV channel and issued by the 1920 Revolution Brigades, showed a midair explosion, then burning debris of what looked like a plane, including an engine, on the ground and filmed at close range in a large field.
"I'm pretty confident that the tapes that they showed on Al Jazeera were bogus," the general said. "Nothing looked right in it."
Smith said he had never seen anything like the launch mechanism that was shown, including someone pushing a button on a box to launch the missile from a transporter.
Comment: I have no comment on this.
Now Smith I hadn't seen anything like this too, so you are in good
13 Feb 2005: Everyday you can learn
something new, sometimes it is a detail you didn't know until now.
Other times you suddenly see a big denominator that binds a lot of
things together. Many wise and unwise people have talked and
thought long about the lack of success of American foreign
policies in the last four years. You can write a lots of books
full on that subject but you can also bind it together with
Yes nature abhors a vacuum and tries to fill it with whatever
is around. This very simple model of international politics even
explain why the oil producing cartel, the OPEC, has left the old
oil price range (a 22 to 28 US$ / barrel range). That is because
within the old price range American interests were found and so
the price range turned into a vacuum. You see international
politics is very easy to understand, with the abhorrence of a
vacuum you have found a large factor in understanding US foreign
15Feb2005: Question: Do the British
and American army use the high wages of private security
contractors as a motivating force for their military personnel?
Rumors go that already over one hundred British SAS figures left
their salary about 2,900 € / month alone and went for the 20,000
€ / month stuff.
This problem is going on a lot longer already, it was easy to
prevent. Lets first read a few quotes on this:
|British soldiers in Iraq, especially members of the elite Special Air Service (SAS), are leaving the army for more lucrative jobs offered by private security companies.
According to The Daily Telegraph more than 120 SAS troops and its naval equivalent the Special Boat Service (SBS) have already been lured by the higher paying private sector jobs in security companies such as Kroll, Controlled Risks and Armour Security.
One SAS soldier said, "This has always been an issue. It is not the young ones that they are worried about but the senior NCOs who are so important. If they lose middle management they lose all that experience for the future and they are desperate to keep that experience there."
The same problem appears to be affecting the U.S. forces as well.
Only last week, the Defence Department offered its most experienced special forces a bonus of $150,000 to sign on for six years to stem an exodus to security jobs.
Comment: With a simple rule like no security jobs
for former military persons in area's of operation
this would have been prevented. The fact that no one came
up with a simple rule like this is worrisome, because now
the US and UK military are open to the accusation that
they have a real financial motive in being in Iraq (or
As an individual I consider this a corruption, it is
not a problem that the security drain is on the military
but the real problem is a possible conflict of interest.
And again we can only wonder why this was not prevented in
the first place.
The only rule that there now is only says that during paid
holidays one cannot work for private contractors, I don't
know if there are rules for unpaid leave. (But unpaid
leave is rather uncommon as far as I know.)
And the oil men they were thinking: Does nature abhor a vacuum?
Next subject: oil. In the previous update from two days back I
told you that nature abhors a vacuum and that this would explain
the behavior of the oil prices lately. (For future readers: oil
prices are relatively high lately.)
Now today it came to my attention that the Europeans want to
indulge into talks with the oil producing cartel OPEC about
stabilizing oil prices. The arguments named were that stable oil
prices were in everybody's interest in general and the world
economy in particular.
At the mouth of the Dutch minister of economic affair the
European standing was ventilated as a new price range offered from
30 to 35 US$ (the old oil price range / barrel was 22 to 28 US
bucks.) Now this Dutch economic minister has qualified himself as
a very dumb person, a real dumb person.
Do you want stable oil prices? Simply nail oil prices to a basket
of currencies and not in US dollars any longer, this will take the
anti-Americanism out of it and THAT would be better for the world
In case this Dutch minister of economical affairs does read
these very words it is very likely his ego is not flattered very
much, but let met explain further why you are dumb: When oil
prices started to climb a few months ago there constantly was that
talk of a so called 'terror premium' of up to 10 US$ / barrel in
the oil prices. (That would be a premium of over 20 percent of the
From the military point of view this was never realistic, the
operatives can do miracles for this story but with explosives and
sabotage never ever a 20 percent premium could be explained. (No,
a broadly felt feeling of anti-Americanism was always a better
explanation.) Well my dear Dutch economics minister, what were you
thinking all the time of this 'terror premium'?
And the oil men they were thinking: Does nature abhor a vacuum?
17 Feb 2005: Lets start with a
quote from what I wrote today on the homepage, it is a nice cute
little composition of emotion so lets repeat it:
the high priest of the Pentagon perfumed princes US general Meyers has
spoken: 'The Iraqi insurgency is loosing the battle for the hearts and
minds of the Iraqis'. Now, it is just a little detail, but often Iraqi
prisoners had to stick one of their fingers in their ass and lick it
clean. Even captured journalists had to do this, dear high priest of the
perfumed princes you cannot beat behavior like that.
how come average US soldiers upon behavior like that Mr. Meyers? That is
because they download to many gay scat movies with p2p programs. Or do
you have a better explanation asshole?
A nice piece of propaganda eh? But finger sticking stuff like
this has actually happened and the size of this is hard to
estimate, likely most people who had to lick their own shit from
their fingers keep their mouth shut later. Just like with
'consensual rape', often people just feel ashamed to much to tell
All these months in the Iraqi resistance the best measure of
estimating the abusive behavior of the American forces is simply
look at the upscaling of the resistance. After my humble opinion
this abusive behavior is one of the largest factors in explaining
the scale of the resistance, most American explanation of 'evil
terrorists' are often not to the point.
For over a year I try to be a bit more diplomatic towards our
American friends in democracy and I never mention the large amount
of similarities between present day America and Germany from
before World War II. I know a lot of American readers turn away
from talk like that, so lets skip the talk of admiration for the
military that is broadly felt in American society. Lets not point
to the similarity in military budgets and stuff like that.
Lets just let the facts speak for themselves, this time that
interesting legal bimbo named Guantanamo bay where 'evil
terrorists' are held often without any kind of charges brought
against them. Those prisoners have a new verb for practices like
quoted below, it is named ERF-ed or erfed. ERF stands for
emergency reaction force, they come in action as for example you
don't have your toothbrush and comb in the right order lined
Read the nice quote:
|"In March 2004 the Emergency Reaction Force in Camp Delta came into his cell," the lawyer said.
"They brought their pepper spray and held him down," he added.
"They held both of his eyes open and sprayed it into his eyes and later took a towel soaked in pepper spray and rubbed it in his eyes", Mr. Smith said.
"Omar could not see from either eye for two weeks but he gradually got sight back in one eye.
"He's totally blind in the right eye. I can report that his right eye is all white and milky - he can't see out of it because he has been blinded by the U.S. in
Comment: Ok one more similarity with old Germany, this
legal bimbo in Guantanamo bay is done with explicit approval
of the so called 'commander in chief'. The problem with
the American model of democracy is simply the fact that
too much power is in the hand of just one person.
No matter how smart this person is, the individual
shortcomings will always be magnified in practice.
Therefore nuking America is still advised, it would be a
very interesting experiment to observe how they react on
that one. (Of course other large scale operations are
In reality the present American government is a hefty believer
in free markets (and even in political freedom as they say
themselves but this is not entirely correct), yet the free market
behavior is a difference compared to Germany from before World War
II. Also the state propaganda is of a lesser level, that is a fact
too although it is difficult to measure because what is a good
standard in measuring propaganda?
My individual maximum cell time is still five long days, have pity
on these guys in Dubya's legal bimbo.
Yes, five boring days in
cell is all I have until now. Not that these five days did
help a lot, when I finally got to talk to someone over the rank of
standard police 'officer' the prosecutor in question informed me I
had to contact the Dutch secret service with my fabulous insights
in the 9/11 attacks...
Well stupid prosecutor, as if I did not try that
before... Fantastic advice man! Idiot.
It just did not work, lucky me a long time later
the Dutch secret service (the civil one) did make a tremendous
fool of herself. They had lured a few Muslim fanatics into a wired
building and when police tried to arrest them they got a hand
grenade thrown to them, in the Dutch circumstances this is unheard
of. But they made such a fool of themselves, the entire air space
above The Hague was sealed off, tanks were ordered in and just
before the raid upon the tapped building was there I made the next
They will find only a
few hand grenades, a quarter of a stick of dynamite and a few
small hand guns...
Some time later it emerged only two hand grenades
were found, seldom the Dutch secret service has made such an utter
and total fool of itself. It was not for nothing that I placed the
head of the Dutch secret service at position
nr 002 of the infamous sniper list, no I am not doing childish
with a list of people to kill. I am not doing childish, on 24 June
2003 I understood it would be better if the head of this miserable
functioning secret service would hear the music from heaven.
Time heals all wounds and may be time heals all
stupidity, right now I have a nice but devastating series of nine
Military Bloody Days in Iraq (and a bit in Afghanistan too). Some
of those nine days failed a bit but most were overwhelming
upscalings of the Iraqi resistance, time heals all stupidity I
The problem with Dutch people is more or less
found in the next example: When a bag thief get chased by the
female he stole the bag from and accidentally she rides him over
with her car, 200 Dutch folks gather at the scene of the killing
and cry in despair Why did this happen?
And they do this for 24 hours. With a general mindset like that in
the local population all talk about so called Military Bloody Days
in Iraq fades into insignificance, they do not understand.
This is how the Dutch are on the one hand while on the other hand
they are remarkably good at setting fires at Muslim elementary
schools after that fatbag Theo van Gogh heard the beautiful music
from the heavens. This is how they are, they are a nice study
object and that's a fact!
Have a nice life or try to get one, till updates.
My individual maximum cell time is still five long days, have pity
on these guys in Dubya's legal bimbo.
20 Feb 2005:
just don't believe this, this is a treasure trove of giant size.
They are called the Bush tapes and they are a treasure trove,
these tapes contain conversations with a guy named Doug Wead.
Taped conversations dated from 1998 and this Doug has several
hours of them, weird that he taped it without knowledge of Dubya
boy. This Doug figure even defends himself saying he did it only
in states where it was legal to tape without the other person
some content could give rise to a fairy tale that goes as next:
|A long long time ago
there was a son of a powerful man that could avoid the
Vietnam war by serving as a National Guard pilot, the son
was nicknamed Dubya and he was a popular person. Some even
said he was to die for. Dubya picked up a habit of smoking
soft drugs and even used cocaine every now and then. And
he tried to be sober and he tried to be clean but he
failed and one day he had to go to a doctors exam, drug
testing would be included... The night before the physical
exam he totally panicked and thought "If I go my
father and my family comes into trouble!"
And if I go or not I
will loose my flying license anyway, what had Dubya son to
So far this
hypothetical fairy tale, on 20 September last year I already
estimated it was drugs that kept Dubya from taking that physical,
it again. Most lovely quote done by Dubya:
But when Mr. Wead said that Mr. Bush had in the past publicly denied using cocaine,
Mr. Bush replied, "I haven't denied anything."
is good stuff, a tip to the White House spinners: Why not say that
it all depends on the definition of the word cocaine? Oh this is
good stuff and give a nice insight in the inner workings of Dubya.
A few more quotes:
|He refused to answer reporters' questions about his past behavior, he said, even though it might cost him the election. Defending his approach, Mr. Bush said: "I wouldn't answer the marijuana questions. You know why? Because I don't want some little kid doing what I tried."
He mocked Vice President Al Gore for acknowledging marijuana use. "Baby boomers have got to grow up and say, yeah, I may have done drugs, but instead of admitting it, say to kids, don't do them," he said.
Comment: We see Dubya already
in his future role as father of the nation and indeed he makes a
point with saying that it is better to tell kids simply don't do
them. Yet when we look at stereotypes of drug user and dealers in
Hollywood movies I think that a prez saying "do not do
them" doesn't help much in minimizing criminal behavior.
The kids learn from Hollywood movies it is ok to get criminal
after your first drug use...
|Mr. Wead said he recorded his conversations with the president in part because he thought he might be asked to write a book for the campaign. He also wanted a clear account of any requests Mr. Bush made of him. But he said his main motivation in making the tapes, which he originally intended to be released only after his own death, was to leave the nation a unique record of Mr. Bush.
"I believe that, like him or not, he is going to be a huge historical figure," Mr. Wead said. "If I was on the telephone with Churchill or Gandhi, I would tape record them too."
Comment: George Dubya as some
historical figure? Very interesting idea, for example one million
Iraqis dead from economical sanctions and no weapons of mass
destruction found in Iraq? The whole world thought they would be
there says historical figure Dubya.
When I ask al Qaida in July 2003 to make some 'Tour the world' to
show what version of the 9/11 attacks is more trustworthy, this
'Tour the world' even happens and what does Dubya? Historical
figure Dubya only works the phone after each bomb and tries to get
the leaders of the countries in question at 'his side' on the war
No, Dubya is a lightweight
and someone of dubious moral content. A few hundred extra people
died and he only works the phone to use this in his advantage, I
just got a very very nasty taste in my mouth from that. But this
is how the Americans are, the Mr. Wead with his 'only taping in
states where it was allowed' is not that much different from Dubya
working the phone. It is a moral emptyness from giant proportions,
or not my dear reader? Or not?
Just to name a few of the
attacks from August 2003 (the list is not complete and lots of
details I am forgotten already, only the big ones are mentioned):
- 01 Aug 2003, Chechnya,
result = 50 dead,
- 05 Aug Marriot hotel
Indonesia, result = 12 dead,
- Jordan embassy, estimated
result = 19 dead,
- 07 Aug United Nations
hotel Iraq, result = 24 dead,
- 13 Aug Afghanistan, result
= 60 dead (don't remember if this was a bomb or something
- 15 Aug the electricity
blackout in America (the electricity is a vital part of the so
called 'trigger hypothesis' to the 9/11 attacs),
- 15 Aug Israel busblast,
result = 20 dead (likely unrelated because the Palestines are
an example of local blasting and not the international terror
folks as always portrayed by the US and Israeli government),
- 25 Aug India, Bombay (the
biggest blast for over a decade, this was a significant one),
result = around 50 dead,
- 29 Aug, Iraq
mosque, result = at least 85 dead.
So these were the results
when I asked al Qaide to show what was reality, all historical
figure Dubya did was working the phone. He is a nitwit and nothing
(Once more it has to be
emphasized that in the months before August 2003 it was very quit
worldwide, therefore the July asking was a good thing to do. So
called 'terror experts' can check in their own files about daily
average of dead civilians / day in the months preceiding August
2003. They will not do that because they like the crusade part of
this faulty named war on terror.
Furthemore a lot of experts
suddenly started pointing at the 'frichance character' of that
what is known as al Qaida, that meant al Qaida didn't stage
attacks herself but gave advice to other groups. Well this was not
a miracle since there was only a few weeks of time to go... So
called terror experts just walk behind the facts, average time lag
is 9 to 12 months or more.)
In case my reader wonders why
I do not run into any kind of trouble with the law or so, this is
relatively easy to explain. Let me give you three examples:
- Lately here in Holland
where I live some guy robbed a bag out of a car, the female
driver chased him and just by accident the thief got killed.
After that about 200 people went to the place of the accident
and all were so occupied with the question "How could
- Lately there was some
'terror alarm' in the Dutch government capital the Hague,
airspace was sealed off and tanks were ordered in. The Dutch
secret service had succeeded into luring a few from the so
called Hofstadgroep into a wired house, after the house was
raided all they found were two hand grenades.
- About a year ago the first
arrest was made in this Hofstadgroep, it was a seventeen year
old. In his house was found a bag with lots of interesting
details but it also contained fertilezer. It was clear this
was in no way related to stuff like al Qaida, any idiot knows
that local fertilizer is, by law made, in such a way it is
hard to use in fertilizer bombs...
(I dunno if the fabrication process can be reversed by the
way, I just lack chemical knowledge in this.)
With people like that you
cannot hold normal conversations of a 'Tour the world' kind of
stuff. These are two worlds apart, just two worlds apart. A pity
by the way.
24 Feb 2005: Propaganda, what is a
good definition of propaganda? It is hard to define but often we
recognize it when we see the words written and also have 'other
knowledge' on the subject at hand.
Therefore it is nice to compose a bit of propaganda myself and
I did that three days ago, it is a wonderful mixture of true facts
and low accusations done in such a way that emotion wins it from
logic. (To future readers: In the quotes below you will find a so
called 'link' to another part of the so called 'internet'. I
always avoid links in this long story but for one time I make an exception,
the content of that link is vital in understanding the nature of
this propaganda.) Quoting propaganda:
Flip flip flip I cannot find these old notes again,
over a year ago I met that interesting US-led kiddy porn story but I
considered it a bit of propaganda. When I recall from memory (often a
rather unreliable thing) it went more or less like this:
The USA produces most
(commercial) child porn per capita citizen from the common democratic
countries. Studied was a collection of digital files as you can collect
for example with p2p programs. Beside this the USA was also the country
where the same kids popped up over considerable periods of time, lets
say four year on a row.
I considered the
statistics found not reliable because what factors could explain the
relatively large reported gap between the USA and other democratic
countries? A factor like the more skew distribution of wealth and
income? Less payments to social issues like unemployed benefits (turning
'normal' sexual abuse in a commercial variant)? No, I was not convinced.
If there is one thing unreliable it are statistics upon child porn,
often some emotional bias creeps in and spoils the value of the reported
a few days ago the quarter finally fell into my head, don't get me wrong
I do not say that Americans are indeed the largest producers of kid porn
per capita citizen. I do not say that, I only say it could be so. Please
read the weird story of Linda
and John Dollar and stop at 'each child was home schooled'. At that
point in time I suddenly understood it could be very well true that you
can make many years on a row child porn of a certain child and it never
gets detected, mark my words I am not saying it is so. I only say it
could be. Till updates.
Update: That was when the
quarter did fall, a little searching around gives more statistical info
and up to one out of every fifty children is home schooled in the USA,
estimated numbers are something like 1.1 million kids in the age range
of 5 to 17 years. Eighty percent of them never visits a school
Lovely propaganda isn't it? Facts are I never read any
statistics that said the Americans produced most child porn a
capita citizen. All I ever had was just one statement saying that
lots of child porn came from America and I inflated that to
'maximum per citizen'. And the mixture with real verifiable facts
is important too, the story of Linda and John Dollar is horrible
but likely true and the details in home schooled American children
What is greater on earth, is it propaganda or is it God?
Folks on this beach thought the tsunami was greater than
25 Feb 2005: Not much to say
today, I finally cleaned the homepage a bit and all that's deleted
is placed in the extra text to this day. A so called cache
of homepage file, that's all I had to say today.
26 Feb 2005: Oh oh, not so long ago
the entire America was shaken when they only had 17 dead US
soldiers in the attack on the USS Cole. These days they react
entirely different, when on 26 Jan last month that Super Stallion
fell from the skies in the middle of the night all the Pentagon
had to do was whisper 'A sandstorm'. And although it was the
biggest one day military loss of life in the entire war in Iraq,
in just a few days it left the media files.
It was definitely funny to read that some guy tried to explain
this was 'just like' what happened when the Americans tried to
free those 50+ hostages from the US embassy in Iran from many
years back. To me it was hard to swallow such an explanation, as
if the US military had just nothing learned of the Iranian
debacle. They have a many hundred billion budget year in year out
and never the 'sandstorm problems' dating many years back were
faced? We talk here about a military that takes great pride in
In this is all we can say, that Super Stallion down was likely and
accident while an attack cannot be ruled out. While in the 30 Jan
British Hercules plane down we still can say it was likely an
attack while an accident cannot be ruled out.
So there is no denying this, both the American and British
military had their most bloody day within a time span of just four
days in this entire war in Iraq. To understand it's significance
of the four day time span one must know the was was something like
680 days going on already. Now, how likely is it that two most
bloody days occur in a time span of four or five days? Now, can
you answer that question a little bit?
My dear reader, in the past often armies did stick up the heads
of beheaded enemies in an attempt to impress that very enemy.
These days were are not that rude any longer, most often from a
distance some button is pulled or some trigger is triggered and
man-to-man contact is much less. No, these days we do not stick up
heads upon poles to inform the public, in these decent days we
make a visit to the Washington Post and we create the next art
26 Jan 2005 was likely an accident while an attack cannot be ruled
On the significance of the four day time frame from both most
bloody days for the US and UK military there is a bit more to say:
On of those Pentagon perfumed princes (I believe it was that
general Meyers guy) said more or less explicit the next: "Those
guys have proven to be able to strike on certain days".
I do not remember exactly how he phrased it but it were words more
or less like the above.
Now what a brilliant observation from the Pentagon perfumed
princes, I started this series of so called Military Bloody Days
in half September 2003. Thirty Jan 2005 was just number nine in
this, also I have stated more then once it is important to
organize the resistance in some ways similar to the way the German
army was being held under control by the 'international community'
during the interbellum. (That means more explicit: Ensure somehow
that most operatives can also operate on a higher hierarchical
level, that simple model made it possible that the German army
suddenly could grow so fast years later...)
And if the above is not enough Pentagon wisdom we also had that
general Abizaid explaining the Iraq was very different from
Vietnam. Lets look at a few of his arguments and let me comment on
- Argument: In Vietnam there was active support from the
outside mainly coming from China and Russia via the
Comment: These days we live in a 'one superpower model' my dear
Abizaid, the argument is just not valid Abizaid.
- Argument: National uprising is not observed in Iraq, this is
different compared to Vietnam.
Comment: A valid argument, I cannot say that I am not
disappointed in this. Also the ethnical buildup of the present new
born Iraqi army is worrisome because it is far to skew in this. A
valid argument Abizaid.
- Argument: In Iraq there is no central command like there was
Comment: Well Abizaid bumbo, during Vietnam there weren't all
these so called 'precision ammo' at the scene compared to these
days. Beside this I considered it rather unhandy to have a so
called 'central command' in September 2003. No no, timing is the
model while the best soldiers in a lot of countries are very
willing to help me when they can... Compare that to your 500
billion stuff Abizaid, who will win this?
The Bullets For Oil Program works fine Abizaid, just fine.
27 Feb 2005: The next week (now it
is a Sunday) very likely the '1500 dead US soldiers' border will
be taken in the Iraq war. To understand the significance of this
'1500 number' I still do not know if green card holders are
included yes or no.
Although reports vary, the report I follow the most often says
total US dead soldiers stands at 1.493. The official Pentagon
report often runs five behind or so, lets say the Pentagon thinks
it is 1.493 minus 5 gives 1.488. Within these borders the 1.500
number is only impending in the short run. To me that is good, we
are at 50% of the second batch where a 'batch' stands for one
thousand dead US soldiers.
But what about the 'green card problem'? Is it true that green
card holders from non-coalition members are simply kept out of all
statistics available? This is hard to swallow, that would be
corruption or am I wrong on that one?
It would be corruption between the US military and the US-led
free press in this, why should free press folks not report on a
possible 'green card problem'? Isn't that an easy target for so
called 'left press'? Now?
(Later I found some info upon a recently killed green card
soldier from South Korea, at first he was a few days in the press
and later he entered the official Pentagon files upon this, so
that is an argument against possible fraud with casualty numbers.)
28 Feb 2005: Today
in Iraq a lot of new Iraqi soldiers and police folks gathered to get
some physical exam. There was also a car bomb around and lots of them
never made it to the physical exam. Reports indicate until now a 105 to
125 reported dead and that makes it the largest blast since 29 August
2003 when at least 85 people died in Najaf.
by sheer coincidence (of course) I flexed some muscle eight days ago
against the US commander in chief, above
it is at 20 Feb, please read the words as written there. So my dear readers when
you have read that you understand it is in the ways of this story and in
the ways of the writer of this story to give the compliments to this car
And with this remark we are at a perfect end to part 42 of the
story written. Till next part after the latest dialog between two
weird figures around a possible future development in the currency
Now that stupid currency stuff again? That boring stuff of dollars,
euros and dinars? Bah, I pass on this.
May be you do but I would like to ask OPEC and China right now to think
independently on pegging oil and the yuan to a large basket of
weight of the individual currencies has to be based on:
labor force of a country or currency environment (read the number of
people). This is the L1 component of the weight.
potential natural resources of the country / currency involved,
think of oil, iron or gold resources. This is the L2 component.
L3 component is the quality of the local economy, this element is best
fought out in the so called currency wars or more diplomatic the foreign
Please may I go back to Iraq or else to Pluto or so?
NATO NATO, what did you
forget? Now I'll kiss you with love & that's a fact!
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