A coalition led by anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has won Iraq's May 12 parliamentary election, official results say https://cnn.it/2wRwdU4
Of course, Shi'ite cleric and movement leader Moqtada al-Sadr could also be described as pro-Iraq -- especially since his objection is to US forces (still) on Iraqi soil.
In 'only the heart has stopped beating' news, Lucas Tomlinson's determined to find a bright side.
In sign of how much ISIS war has changed in a year, in April 2017 U.S. and allies dropped 3,274 bombs in Iraq/Syria. Last month: 254
One wonders how Lucas Tomlinson would respond to just one bomb -- just one -- being dropped on his neighborhood? I seriously doubt he'd be selling that as an improvement.
We've destroyed Iraq and now, when we destroy it just a tiny little bit less, we're the abusive spouse saying, "Baby, I just hit you in the face this time, I didn't break your arm" -- saying that and wanting credit for it.
Moving over to Iraq's neighbor Iran, let's note this high horse rider:
Sorry, IRAN HRM, that's true of nearly any country -- especially the United States. Is it right? Hell no. But it's nothing you can finger point at Iran for. The world community is guilty of it. It's called awareness -- look into it some time.
Back to Iraq.
If true, that would mean all the non-stop whining the 'reporters' who think they work for the US government was for naught.
The following community sites updated:
And here's Cindy Sheehan's SOAPBOX:
May 19, 2018
Guest: John Barbour
Topic: The American Media and the Second Assassination of
CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH FILM
Will be LIVE on the Hagmann Report
Weds, May 23rd
8-10 eastern to speak about his film.