American troops in Iraq have mutinied against their officers?


September 4, 2005 -- US Embassy in Baghdad inquires into reports that American troops in Iraq have mutinied against their officers. WMR has learned that the US embassy in Baghdad is checking into reports that U.S. troops in Iraq, including National Guardsmen, Army and Marine Corps Reserves, and regular military troops from Louisiana and Mississippi, have mutinied against their officers and are demanding to be immediately sent back home to help their families. It is not known whether the reported mutinies involve physical violence. The reports of rebellions among U.S. troops are filtering out of the Green Zone and at Baghdad International Airport from Iraqis who are working alongside their American counterparts at both locations.


Remember 9/11 - Remember Katrina - Remember New Orleans Impeach the entire neo-con administration !

I wonder if bushco didn't get to kill two birds with one stone. Surely if there was discontent in the military to this degree, they knew it. So, they stall on helping NOLA, which they were probably going to do half-assed anyway, but now they make it a worse, so that while we're all watching NOLA, the mutiny in Iraq goes un-noticed. Sure, they'll be fall out from the way they handled NOLA, but they can spin a lot of it which will work on some people, form a partisan "investigation" who'll say no one in the govt. was to blame, repeat the lies about how they didn't know about the levee, etc. It'll be a good excuse to get rid of even more "drains on the economy" then they had originally planned to eliminate(because we know they planned something since they didn't evacuate the poor people). So while everyone is watching the humanitarian scandal, hardly anyone notices the really big POLITICAL deal, that US soldiers in Iraq are mutinying.

I think they think they can pull themselves out of the NOLA scandal. They have a chance. I'm afraid that if the dems don't get spines quickly, they might be successful, at least to a certain degree. Who out their in middle class america knows what we know here on the internet? Do you think people know that they were refusing aid, actually stopping buses from getting people, etc. But soldiers mutinying in Iraq, whoo, hoo, that's the big one.

Actually, I don't consider it mutiny. I consider it a people's revolution to take back their country.

Donna Cineli



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