posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 10:01 AM
It's pretty simple folks. On one hand we have Eyad Allawi, who is heavily favored by the Bush administration to win in the upcoming Iraqi elections.
His counterpart Abdul-Aziz Al Hakim leader of the supreme council for Islamic revolution in Iraq. Al Hakim is heavily favored by the Iraqi people
since he is clamoring for American troops to go home pronto. Since Bush has promised the occupying forces will abide by the wishes of a sovereign
Iraqi government, his call could prove embarrassing if US troops refuse withdrawl and remain in Iraq.
Let's face it, the US aren't about to go anywhere especially since neighboring Iran salivates large on the Bush administration 2005 pre-emption
menu. The entire globe would have to be naive to believe the Bush administration is poised to hand over the Iraqi government representing the Shiite
majority free to cosy up to the Iranian ayatollahs, which undoubtedly the popular Al Hakim is determined to fulfill. You can always vote for the
other guy, you know Allawi. The guy who cheered on the flattening of Fallujah and supports a heavy American military presence, a former Saddam
Baathist with forged links to the CIA.
So you see folks, there is no freedom for Iraq because true freedom would see Iraq forming Islamic alliances with Tehran.