All Black from the Green Zone.

I have "hot" news for you.
Over 70 Iraqis perished today and 4 american soldiers plus one brit in Basrah.

Three massive explosions rocked Karrada, Al Mansur, Al Harthia.
Your brave boys on the other hand said their final goodbyes in Baghdad al Jadeeda district i.e "NEW Baghdad."
So many "signs" if you only care to look for them.

The Sunni Front has resigned from "government" and it was about bloody time too.
Al Hashimi accuses al Maliki of secretly helping the iranian sectarian shiite militias.

Got news for Mr.Al Hashimi - We already knew that over 2 years ago. Hello Mr!

Al-Maliki is in a tight spot. Very tight. Seems that a new "axis" is being presented as a "viable" alternative to the overtly persian government. Hold your breaths.
Al Jaafari - Allawi axis. Oh no ! Not the butcher of Fallujah again. Not Al-Jaafari vermin. Not them again.

By the way, just a bit of gossip on the side - "Dr" Al Jaafari's advisors are all back in London. Several of them opened "kebab" shops and bought a few buildings too, including the master. See, Iraqi blood pays!

In Baghdad, along with the sectarian iranian militias, the kurdish peshmergas are marking their territory like wild dogs.

There is a massive mobilization of peshmergas - the archaic "fighters" for a free Turdistan. Seems that they are struggling hard and dirty to gain the upper hand in the control of Baghdad.

Well, I earnestly pray that they get at each other's throat. Them and the sectarian militias.
That would indeed be a joyous day. You pray for it too.

Our short lived moments of happiness soon evaporated...Even a bunch of poor football supporters, 50 of them, got arrested in Mosul for carrying the Iraqi flag as opposed to the kurdish flag.

And since when is Mosul kurdish? Since when any part of Iraq is exclusively kurdish? And who are the kurds anyways?

Historically, they have been herders and nomads. Too bad they kept the pastoralist mentality. Herders and nomads are not fit to run a government.

Barazani, the other crook, mossad agent (the other one being Talabani- Did you ever wonder if Talabani and Bush competed who will come out as most stupid?) threatened today that if there is no referendum on Kirkuk soon, there will be a massive civil war.

And only in this light, can one understand why the israeli trained peshmergas are roaming Baghdad's streets.

If you really want to understand who is who in the Green Zone, you absolutely need to read this article on the Ministry of Interior.
Forget about the bullshit where it mentions that Al Sadr is anti-occupation. Al Sadr is pro- Iranian occupation. Full stop. And occupation is occupation, Iranian or American.
But do read the article, for the ministry of Interior - the famous torture center of Baghdad - as I have previously stated and on numerous occasions is a microcosm of who is who in the Green Zone. (full article here)

Southern Iraq has become an autonomous "province".
Iran and do not forget that little mini bedouin state Kuwait, played an important role in this.
I did mention 8 months ago in my post "Persian for Dummies" that Southern Iraq is practically an Iranian annex.

That serves you right for disbelieving me. Had you listened to me, you could have beat Patrick Cockburn to some hot news.

Since I mentioned Monsieur Cockburn, I am glad he finally woke up from his Green Zone slumber. You need to read how the Green zone hookers and their pimp Iran and their matron USA brought about the biggest refugee disaster since world war II - and you are to read carefully how Iraqi refugees are treated in a kurdish camp in Sulaimaniyah. (full article here)

Oh those poor kurds! Did you not profusely weep for them and their rights? And the supposed mass graves ? Did you find them by the way, or are you still searching for them...along with the WMD's? (hahaha- honestly you are a bunch of fucking idiots)

What about the shiites mass graves, any luck on that front? How many shiites were said 1 million? or was it a little less? Come on, who says more? - I have a "lady" over here who claims they were 2 million.
1.2.3 - They are all yours "lady". Go find them now if you can.

Oh the lies - your endless lies. Lie after lie after lie...

With all this money you got paid for your lies, I am sure you can go open a kebab shop too. Make it *chello* kebab iranian style or stick to hamburgers if you still can't locate Iran on a map.

I am looking forward to that day, when each one of these thugs, criminals, thieves, embezzlers, will be exposed. And I will have my contribution to make.
I have a neat little list of some of them. Their origins, their backgrounds, their education, their families...
I guess it pays to be older and it pays to keep lists.

As a matter of fact, a good majority of the people you see now in the Green Zone, have all been educated at the expense of the former Iraqi government.
Hundreds of them were sent to England, France, Germany, for postgraduate studies.
The Iraqi government tried to turn them into humans, alas that was simply impossible.

And a good majority of those working in the Green Zone now, were also the same ones who made heaps of money dealing in contracts with the former Iraqi government. Kissing hands and cashing in the checks. Again I have my list.

And that glorious day will come, when they will all be exposed, and women.
And another glorious day will follow when they will be tried for Treason, Murder and Theft.

That list of names is here and will be produced one day. I promise you.

Now you see them, a bunch of backward, nouveau riches, parasitic vampires, living off Iraqi blood. But this will not last long.

Scum from the sea always resurfaces and is vomited back to the shore. And so it shall happen to them. Of that I am sure.

So you wanted ethnic divisions ? Bunch of mediocre assholes, you got it.

But do watch out for more "hot stuff" from "New" Baghdad and do keep a couple of tissues handy, next to you.

Painting: Iraqi artist, Thamir Dawood.


Zaidan said…
Aghati, Layla. Those 50 were arrested in Dohuk not Mosul.

If that happened in Mosul, believe you me, there would have been a massacre of Kurdish troops.

As for Allawi, did you see him on Aljazeera. He was really good.

I will post info soon on Allawi and purported support for him from those downing US copters.

= )
Zaidan said…
Oi, Layla, got any klaytcha?

A US Humvee was destroyed by an IED in New Baghdad east Baghdad around 7,00 a,. The US military couldn’t immediately confirm the incident

A US Humvee was damaged in an IED explosion in Karrada neighborhood downtown Baghdad around 8,15. The US military couldn’t immediately confirm the incident.

A US tank was destroyed by an IED in New Baghdad area east Baghdad around 12,00 pm. The US military couldn’t immediately confirm the incident.
Layla Anwar said…

Yabba I know it is in Dhok...However, my sources tell me that they are being harassed in Mosul as well. So Mosul it is!

I have kletcha...dates or nuts?
Anonymous said…
Patrick Cockburn is the author of 'The Occupation: War, resistance and daily life in Iraq', a finalist for the National Book Critics' Circle Award for best non-fiction book of 2006.
Cockburn is being recognized for writing non-fiction. The death and destruction of people and their communities is non-fiction and bring "name and fame" and monetary rewards (not shame). Does any of this money reach the "people of this writing?" The institutions of the West have creative ways to generate wealth. On the chaos it creates.
Seems the designs of the "liberators" are finally being realized. While the US has been saying that what they fear most is a civil war, it has always been my conviction that those statements were generated to "create civil war." "If you hate me you will do exactly what I don't want." So we tell them what we do not want, or fear most. Civil war is what they really wanted. History has so instructed us. This is the "way of the West." It WAS my feeling that what is happening in Iraq could never happen. How wrong was I, to mis-judge the capacity of "humans" for evil, and the evil of the practitioners. Very, very sad. I did read the article on the refugees in Kurdistan. I cannot feel what they feel, but what I feel is enough. Now that I have "seen" Iraq, it is my suspicion that this is only the beginning of what is to come in this world. The US will execute its designs on others, and it is not enough to say that they will decline as a world power; while that process is evolving, they will create very, very much misery in peoples' lives.
Layla, if it is not only oil, then what else is it? My reasoning says that it all ultimately redirects our attention to oil. But oil is not an end in itself. I will elaborate later.
Anonymous said…
Thanks, Layla, for yet another brilliant blog. I particularly like this sentence: "Scum from the sea always resurfaces and is vomited back to the shore. And so it shall happen to them. Of that I am sure."

How very true....

And your comment to TAI about kletcha - perhaps henna for me!!!
old hack said…
talk to any insurgents today?

sigh.. when is this shit gonna end... I'm tired.
Anonymous said…
Turdestan?? Ha ha That's going into my collection of Layla coined words together with 'Zibi' Livni. Layla you are a gifted writer. Too bad you are (understandably) so full of rage at the moment.
Anonymous said…
Laylz Sayidina Salahudeen Ayoubi was a Kurd and he was a great ruler...sadly men like him no more.
Anonymous said…
Well said, well put and absolutely correct!

As for the Kurdish leaders, don't forget Layla who burnt down the Halabja monuement.

And lets not forget, that the Kurdish "heros" sentenced their fellow "Kurds" to death for this, after being angry at being used for the Kurdish "Tradgedy industry" which has been built up.

Lets also not forget, that Halabja was actually never a proven act, in the sense that the Ba'ath party denied they did it, and also if people check the records, they will also see that Iraq did not posssess the weapons used that day.

Infact, you might find the gasses were already being used by Al-Sadrs best friends in Tehran.

And as for them being "at each others throats", the Kurdish parties have never actually liked the rest of the "Iraqi opposition" groups, never mind each other so lets take bets on just how long?
Anonymous said…
I used to have one favorite post, then two, then three. I've resigned the entire blog to my favorite 'post' since it's easier than keeping a list. Claiming one post is better than the other is like picking one child over the other, can't be done.
They are all great!

ps. I'm not the lady in the post.
Angel said…
I just love it. No-one writes like you.

I seem to remember, back some time, there was a Kurdo/Turkish massacre of Assyrians. A Genocide.

That went un-noticed as well.

Stay safe.
Anonymous said…
ma'am/sir, please continue the logging.

Zaidan said…
Lets also not forget, that Halabja was actually never a proven act, in the sense that the Ba'ath party denied they did it, and also if people check the records, they will also see that Iraq did not posssess the weapons used that day.

Infact, you might find the gasses were already being used by Al-Sadrs best friends in Tehran.

Hear, hear.
Anonymous said…

Most everyone knows it is about the theft of oil and control. The Bush Admin wants the Middle East in turmoil so they can complete their agenda. That is why they soldiers can't protect your countrymen. It isn't one of their goals. You don't send in 100,000 troops in a country of 25 Million, unless you want to unleash chaos.

The best thing the Iraqis could do to thwart those efforts. Is by peaceful means, such as with Martin Luther King Jr. Iraqis should believe every attack is just a ruse to divide you, and continue courageously towards peace.

It will ruin any plans the Bush Administration has. They can't stay if Iraq is peaceful. They can't steal the oil as easily....if they leave.

No one needs to tell you, they are thiefs, trying to use the chaos they created, as a cover for their true intentions. Peace is the Middle East's and Iraq's only tool against these neo-con war-profiteers.

The remaining blind Americans will respond to peaceful demonstrators being infringed upon. Think Tinanmen Square. It might be the only type of news that will make it through the mainstream media to the ideologically naive viewer. 'Democratic smoke signals' so to speak, that those who are blind might finally see the truth of this war. It's not about democracy but suppression of an entire country.

To be blunt, I'm not sure such greedy and hateful men as Bush and Cheney can be stopped. Peace in the Middle East is your only hope, to expose these vampires for who they are.

Be safe.

Anonymous said…
Hi Layla,

just to give you some news from the land of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq.

One of their leading members has been spotted in a supermarket in the UK, where with his wife and child was spotted taking items, not from the "halal meat" section but the alcoholic drinks or "beverage" section of the store.

Durring this family "trip", Mr and Mrs SCIRI tried disciplining their child, who proceeded to shout at his father that "you can't tell me what to say, this is my country not yours!"

The strange thing though, is that unlike the forced "veil" policies of Mr & Mrs SCIRI, Badr, Mehdi and the Iranians in Iraq, this persons wife has nicely cropped short hair and likes to wear plenty of make up.

Her outfit was not that "modest" either.

You said yourself that the "glorious day will come, when they will all be exposed," and it appears that the day may be coming sooner, rather than later.
Zaidan said…
The resistance. Support it or go the way of the Vichy government.
Layla Anwar said…
TAI, I could not have said it better.
I read your response to the two Iraqi bloggers. Even though you have raised some valid points, I am afraid I cannot agree on the Allawi bit.
Allawi is another "mastermind" along with Chalabi and co...I do not trust his secularism either. He is a bad choice. Very bad choice.
Layla Anwar said…
Iraqi Democrat,

Thanks for the piece of wonderful gossip. This should be all over the web. I trust with your wonderful writing talents, at least from what I have seen on this comment section, you will manage to come up with something :-)
Layla Anwar said…

Thank God you are not the "lady" in the post. if this is the first time you are commenting, then nice to meet you and thank you for the accolades.
Layla Anwar said…

there is debate as to the real origins of Salahdin al Ayubi. Some say he came from Tikrit, others say from elsewhere, In any event navcity at the time of Al Ayubi, there was no such thing as kurd and arab...
Layla Anwar said…
Hi Antizionist,

Thanks for the link. As you posted it, I had already started writing about the story. Great minds think alike :-)
Layla Anwar said…

The Americans have put everything possible in place to create a civil war. The whole idea of the ethnic division of Iraq along both sectarian and ethnic lines are the seeds for all kinds of civil war to erupt.
The US have managed to do the unthinkable. They have managed to strengthen iran in Iraq to the point of Iraq becoming an iranian colony. In my opinion, the US will never attack iran. the US counts on iran for good behavior in Iraq.
And I do not think the oil is the only thing. I just wrote a mail to a friend who raised the same questions, and I told this friend, that if you need to understand the West's overall policies in the Arab world, you need to go beyond economic and oil reductionism.
There was no oil at the times of the Crusades...
Layla Anwar said…
Little Deer,

Yes vomit is what I feel like all the time myself.
Be well.
Layla Anwar said…
Iraqi jew,

It is a pity you call yourself an Iraqi and you do not feel that rage yourself.
Layla Anwar said…
old hack,

you and I have a different vocabulary.

insurgents = resistance fighters
detainees = prisoners with no charges
detention centers = filthy crowded prisons
stress positions = torture practices
so on and so forth...
Once you get the vocabulary correct, maybe then I will reply to your question.
Anonymous said…
Rejoice! Five more of Her Satanic Majesty's subbies are dead. The Brit is just a royal subbie, but the Yankees are traitors to their own republic. Dammit, Yankees are scum.

Hating Amerikkka is a good thing, and its got a good beat.
Anonymous said…
Layla how come you did not publish my reply to your last comment to me? Is it that you did not receive it or that you have decided to delete my comments? Just curious.
Anonymous said…
Rejoice! Five more of Her Satanic Majesty's subbies are dead. The Brit is just a royal subbie, but the Yankees are traitors to
Layla Anwar said…
Iraqi jew, I did not receive anything from you.
Anonymous said…
layla re

It is a pity you call yourself an Iraqi and you do not feel that rage yourself

Of course I feel angry but mostly I feel sadness. It is an awful situation. I call myself Iraqi only to shed light on my comments. I am now only Iraqi in culture and tradition. Remember I was driven out for the same reasons Iraqis are leaving Iraq in droves now. We experienced the home raids, the beatings, the disappearances, the tortures etc only it was done on a small scale and mainly to the Jewish minority - so I can definitely identify to an extent with the people of Iraq now. To shed more light: I fled Iraq in 1973 and was lucky to find refuge far far away from the Middle East.
Anonymous said…
Iraqi Jew,

The Ba'athist government was egalitarian and secular by doctrine and exalted the multi-colored and yet harmonious character of the Iraqi mosaic as a source of strength.

It never even just dreamt of making any kind of distinctions among the Iraqis but one: between the loyal citizens and the stray(ed) traitors.

It is an historical fact that the Jewish minority in Iraq, just like in most Arab countries, had almost entirely been bought by the Zionist Intelligence Services by both Propaganda and terroristic means and turned to an "Israeli" fifth column over the few decades preceding the July 1968 Revolution.

Why, oh why, should have you been given preferential treatment over all the renegades of other religious and ethnic groups who deserved, and got, just punishment ?

Just because a collection of old fireside tales defines your ancestors as the "Chosen Ones" ???
Layla Anwar said…
Iraqi jew,

I guess the loyal Iraqi above beat me to a reply. I shall content myself with his/hers.
Anonymous said…
To Layla Anwar and Iraqi Loyal to Iraq. We did not want preferential treatment - rather equal treatment.

You have branded me a spy for Israel in Baghdad only on the fact that I am Jewish.layla How sad that such an enlightened person like yourself should have such a closed mind.

Reminds me of this theory:

Any Jew = Zionist

Any Moslem = Terrorist

What can I say?

Your hatred is not to be believed.
Layla Anwar said…
You will not manage to take me on a guilt trip here. You had equal treatment. Iraqi Jewish families were the wealthiest in Iraq and up to their preferring to live in Israel, there was no discrimination against them.
Again, you are putting words in my mouth. You have failed to adress the rather accurate statements that loyal Iraqi made.
You have deliberately refused to adress the fact that zionists in Iraq started this whole farcical show of anti semitism and Iraq being anti jewish. You KNOW as well as I do, that Iraqi jews in Iraq lived there for centuries and were respected and considered to be part of the Iraqi mosaic. You know that very well.
Secondly, I already see you coming with your anti semite broken record (oh that hatred line) that we are so used to hearing all the bloody time. And bloody it is and was...You were not forced to leave, you chose to leave because you regarded your religion (judaism) as priming over your nationality and roots.
Anonymous said…
Layla No we chose to leave for the same reason Iraqis are leaving in droves at present. When life becomes unbearable then one leaves the situation that made it so.And for your information we did not leave in 1950 rather my father chose to stay because he loved Iraq. We paid for that mistake for the next 25 years. We did not regard our religion over our nationality and roots _ YOU DID!!
Layla Anwar said…
Iraqi jew,

Oh Really? I DID? How so? How did the Iraq of the 60's and 70's did?
What happened in 1967, 1973 Iraqi jew ? You tell me.
And then prove to me you regarded Religion over Nationality and Roots - if you can that is.
Anonymous said…
Iraqi Jew,

The Aryan Zionists who tyrannize over Palestine want to destroy all of us Semites, Muslims, Christians and Jews, alike.

Stop being such a cowardly, comfort-loving Kapo, regain your identity and pride and join the Arab Revolution.
Anonymous said…
Denying the genocide of the Kurds is apparently part of your identity... you Layla and many of your cheerleaders here. How sad.
Anonymous said…
This is what happened in kurdish Halabja

A series of tightly knit exaggerated deformed lies... to lead us to Today, where the kurds have finally proclaimed their so called independent nation under the blessings of Israel.

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