Iraqi blogger says British troops leaving, good riddance


Bush and Blair, cartoon

From the blog of Iraqi Raed Jarrar:

British Troops Leaving Iraq: Good Riddance

I was very pleased to hear that Blair finally decided to announce his defeat and put a plan for a complete British withdrawal from Iraq within the next 22 months.

I add my voice to that of the vast majority of Iraqis, three out of four, who are demanding a complete withdrawal of all criminals, mercenaries, troops and anyone who invaded Iraq in 2003 to kill Iraqis and destroy their country.

It is very pleasurable to watch the last allies of bush running away to leave him alone in Iraq.

Not only do the Iraqi people want to end the occupation, not only do the U.S. people want to end the occupation, even the little poodles and puppets following the reckless policies of bush want to end the occupation as well.

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More British troops to Afghanistan: here.

British troops in Iraq for five more years? Here.

12 thoughts on “Iraqi blogger says British troops leaving, good riddance

  1. Dear Kitty
    Thank you for continuing to take the time and trouble to pop over to my blog every now and then.
    This may seem somewhat odd, but I wonder whether you might like to be “interviewed” via email. It is just a vague idea I have at the moment. There is an email link to me at the bottom of the page on my site, or through this message.
    I am sorry that this is a slightly bizarre way to get in touch and hope you do not think I am being too rude in asking.
    Best wishes.
    John

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  2. SATURDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2007
    NATIONAL ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATION
    TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ
    NO TRIDENT

    AFRICA ISSUES CONTINGENT
    HANDS OFF SOMALIA, PEACE IN DARFUR, AND MANY OTHER WARS AND ISSUES THROUGHOUT AFRICA

    MEETING PLACE FOR AFRICA ISSUES CONTINGENT
    12 PM NOON
    GREEN ICE CREAM BOOTH, SOFT ICE CREAM
    NEXT TO EXIT 9 OF SUBWAY UNDER MARBLE ARCH. EXIT 9 IS BY THE ENTRANCE TO HYDE PARK AT SPEAKERS CORNER

    You can reach exit 9 either from above ground or via the Marble Arch subway. Marble Arch tube station MAY be closed, but the subway will probably be open.

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  3. actually. the taliban are dying out. if you didn’t know blair is out of office. it’s gordon brown who is prime minister now and he is still keeping troops in iraq as the taliban need finishing off and doctors and schools need to be protected, he is though taking a few troops back as he doesn’t need so many in iraq so 300,000 have gone home whilt 700,000 have stayed. all troops in the UK millitary should leave iraq completley in round about 2013-2015

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  4. Hi curt, this blog post based on Iraqi Raed Jarrar’s blog post, is about Iraq; so commenting on the Taliban, who are in Afghanistan, here, is off topic. Of course Blair is out of office by now, but this blog post is from 2007 when he was still in office, as you might have noted.

    As for doctors in Iraq, most of them have have fled or have been killed since Bush and Blair invaded Iraq in 2003; so no “protection” at all. There have never been 300,000 British troops in Iraq, let alone a million.

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