Wednesday, March 22, 2006

The Purpose is Genocide

King and Most High Fuhrer Shrubbery recently fielded a query from Ms. Helen Thomas (denied this grace for years) concerning his repeated lies as to the motives for murder and military occupation in Iraq. The Great Bush replied that he certainly and truthfully, cross-his-heart-and-hope-to-lie, "didn't want war." You see, "9/11 changed everything," so, 9/11 9/11'd and then 9/11 just happened to 9/11 and we needed to 9/11 or else 9/11 would 9/11 and 9/11!

That explains everything.

Eloquence truly is the Shrubbery's forte. However, this very same day in the news we find a graphic depiction of the true purpose of this most malefic mass-murder. The answer is genocide, at the bidding of those whose plan it serves so well. From the official police report:

At 230 of 15/3/2006, according to the telegram (report) of the Ishaqi police directorate, American forces used helicopters to drop troops on the house of Faiz Harat Khalaf situated in the Abu Sifa village of the Ishaqi district. The American forces gathered the family members in one room and executed 11 people, including 5 children, 4 women and 2 men, then they bombed the house, burned three vehicles and killed their animals (map coordinates 098702).

They were:
Turkiya Muhammed Ali, 75 years
Faiza Harat Khalaf, 30 years
Faiz Harat Khalaf, 28 years
Um Ahmad, 23 years
Sumaya Abdulrazak, 22 years
Aziz Khalil Jarmoot, 22 years
Hawra Harat Khalaf, 5 years
Asma Yousef Maruf, 5 years
Osama Yousef Maruf, 3 years
Aisha Harat Khalaf, 3 years
Husam Harat Khalaf, 6 months

This is American (read Pathocratic) Justice. This is American (read Pathocratic) Democracy. This is what we will have to live the rest of our lives fighting.


  • is there some way we can add each other? I really only know how to use livejournal. I really only got this blog so I could post here:

    By Blogger steve, at 6:22 PM  

  • Hey, Steve. I added you to my links, if that's what you mean. Go here for how to add links.

    By Blogger Harrison, at 8:31 PM  

  • I assumed there was some sort of friends list like with livejournal. But that links thing really isn't the same. Oh well!

    By Blogger steve, at 10:43 PM  

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