Iraq – The Lost Cause

The Fall Of Saddam

The Fall Of Saddam

 

When the invasion of Iraq took place in 2003, it was hoped that after the forced removal of Saddam Hussein from power the country would settle down and become a democratic nation. With the fight against Saddam’s forces won, the counter-insurgency war began against al Quada and other affiliated terrorist groups. Now, eleven years on, it looks like the terrorists will eventually gain control of the whole country.

It was reported today that al Quada now controls the cities of Fallujah and most of Ramadi west of Baghdad, and in my view it will not be long before they control the whole country. A similar scenario is being played out in Afghanistan where the Taliban are pushing forward and making gains. It is clear to me that once the last foreign troops leave they will once again control the whole country.

If these two groups are successful, it will mean two Islamic states totally controlled by terrorists, and will set in motion something that moves with the power of a steamroller.  It should be clear to any intelligent mind that once they have total control of these two countries, they will set their sights on others.

Scene Of A Vicious Attack By Insurgents

Scene Of A Vicious Attack By Insurgents

 

Africa and many Far Eastern nations are already reeling from attacks and unrest caused by militant groups affiliated to al Quada and it has been going on for several years without an end in sight. From the terrorists point of view, they see the opportunity to eventually control these countries by continually rousing the Muslim population and thereby causing mayhem and death against the various governments, in much the same way as they have done in Egypt and Tunisia among others. After the bitter fighting in Egypt and the open elections for example, it was thought that the country would settle down with a stable government elected by the people. But what happened, the Islamists got into power and began turning the secular state into an Islamic one. This did not go well with the population.

Demonstration Against Islamist P.M. Morsi.

Demonstration Against Islamist P.M. Morsi.

 

Muslims are well known to be the easiest to whip up into a mob where a false word here an there will inflame their passion, and as the word spreads, cause a rioting in the streets and death. This agitation is the current tactic of groups like al Quada, who have changed from the direct confrontation like 9/11 to the more subtle ways of infiltration and creating unrest. The sad thing is, it works very well for them, as evidenced by all the African and Far Eastern nations that are currently undergoing strife in their countries. Kenya has a huge majority of Christians but this has not stopped the insurgents from creating mayhem and wanting to turn the country into an Islamic state.

Insurgent Shooting Captured Assad Troops.

Insurgent Shooting Captured Assad Troops.

 

Syria is another prime example where the trouble started with a general uprising against the rule of Assad, but was swiftly hi-jacked by the insurgent groups who first started fighting on the side of the rebels but have now turned against them too and control large areas.

In my view, there can be little doubt that Islam is on the march and we had better all look to our own futures as more and more Muslim immigrants invade our countries. In Britain in particular, their birthrate is nine times that of the indigenous population which means that in ten or twenty years they will outnumber us by a very big margin.

I leave you to imagine what that will mean for future generations of the British people.

Roy.

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