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Old 4th October 2019, 18:23   #1 (permalink)
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Iraq

There,s nothing going on in iraq.
Everything is peaceful and so far 45 people have not been killed demonstrating against the corruption and iranian,s regime meddeling in their country.

This is main stream media for you.
When are they going to learn that if they don,t report it social media will.
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Old 4th October 2019, 18:25   #2 (permalink)
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Is the West still meddling there as well? I seem to remember us bombing the sh1t out of it recently?
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Is the West still meddling there as well? I seem to remember us bombing the sh1t out of it recently?
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the biggest strategic mistake usa made.
but this thread is about how the main stream media becoming so politicised.
if they had done their job properly iraq war may have never happened.
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A large young Iraqi electorate angry frustrated seeing their oil rich country, still lacking , even after the fall of Saddam , the basic of services (water and sewerage) and any new schools ,or hospitals etc ,due to institutionalised corruption.

Whilst Iraqi is Being led by a Tehran influenced Shia Iraqi Government that still allows over 40,000 armed Iranian militia still on Iraqi soil to prop up thier regime.

Reporting is being seen in some MSN , BBC,aljezzera ,Guardian etc.
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the biggest strategic mistake usa made.
but this thread is about how the main stream media becoming so politicised.
if they had done their job properly iraq war may have never happened.
With hints that Iran is responsible, any western mercenaries still there i wonder?.

For the fourth quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2018, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) reported
49,451 contractor personnel working for DOD within its area of responsibility, which included
28,189 individuals located in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria
That doesn't include Military personnel. Seems we like a bit of meddling when there is oil to be had, maybe this explains the lack of reporting.
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The al-Hashd al-Sha’abi (Popular Mobilization Forces, or PMF) militia bases in Iraq, which are largely supported by Iran, operate separately from the Iraqi army.

Elections for the 329-member Iraqi parliament were held in May 2018. The election campaign was a golden opportunity for Iran to implement its plan to turn the militias operating under its umbrella into an influential political axis in Iraq. To this end, a new political mechanism was established, called the Fatah Coalition. Led by Hadi Ameri, the coalition included representatives of the Iranian Shi’ite militias, including the Badr organization, Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, Kata’ib Hezbollah, and Kata’ib al-Imam Ali.

Once the votes were counted, the Fatah Coalition stood in second place with 48 seats in the new parliament. The Saairun Alliance, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, came in first with 54 seats. In third stood the Al-Nasr Coalition, led by Haider Abadi, with 42.

In July of this year, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi issued an ultimatum — against Iranian resistance — demanding that the PMF finally integrate into Iraq’s security forces. The Shi’ite militia commanders do not appear to intend to implement this directive. The Liwa al-Muntadhar militia (operating in the Kurdish region) made headlines with its refusal to be evacuated from that battle-stricken area, despite American pressure on President Barham Saleh and Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi.

From Iran’s point of view, turning Iraq into a client state is a vital step in implementing the “axis of resistance” conceived by the leader of the revolution. This conceptual pattern rests on four dimensions:

• Penetrating through soft power; i.e., establishing cultural centers, providing welfare and Islamic guidance with the aim of recruitment and creating sympathy for Ayatollah Khomeini’s “Vilayat-e Faqih” (Governance of the Jurist) concept.

• Establishing militias functioning under the guidance of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, with the object of setting up a hybrid mechanism operating parallel to the Iraqi army.

• Investing great resources in post-war restoration, with an emphasis on telecommunications infrastructure, and industrial and urban reconstruction.

• Turning the militias into a powerful political force that is actively involved in formulating foreign and domestic policy in line with Iran’s interests.

This conceptual pattern is intended to combine the military, political, economic, and — no less importantly – cultural dimensions.

https://www.algemeiner.com/2019/10/0...-a-crossroads/
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Don’t worry US will bring you “ democracy “

Yes they will slaughter you and steal your country but it will b worth it

Very interesting the large amount of Iraqis who regret the loss of Sadaam
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I think you will find a good few US forces stationed in Iraq still, just for training of course, no meddling at all.
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Re: Iraq

this thread is about IRAQI people demonstrating against the government and iranian regime,s meddling in their affairs,
i do know where mollag is going with this.

dear mollag IRAQI PEOPLE CHANTING ANTI IRANIAN REGIME,S SLOGANS IN IRAQ.
WHEN THERE ARE ANTI AMERICAN CHANTS IN AFGHASTAN OR ANYWHERE ELSE THAT IT MAY HAPPEN THEN WE WILL TALK ABOUT IT IN A SEPARATE THREAD.
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this thread is about IRAQI people demonstrating against the government and iranian regime,s meddling in their affairs,
i do know where mollag is going with this.

dear mollag IRAQI PEOPLE CHANTING ANTI IRANIAN REGIME,S SLOGANS IN IRAQ.
WHEN THERE ARE ANTI AMERICAN CHANTS IN AFGHASTAN OR ANYWHERE ELSE THAT IT MAY HAPPEN THEN WE WILL TALK ABOUT IT IN A SEPARATE THREAD.
Please dont shout, it is considered rude.
Why do you not want an alternative viewpoint on the meddling ? you do realise thats what forums are for, Iraq aint as simple as you make it to be, Iran isnt the only meddler, if you dont want discussion and just want to make a statement, make that clear, otherwise it will be discussed. Try this for a meddle.
https://www.timesofisrael.com/iraq-b...med-on-israel/
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