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The media office accused the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, the administration of former US President Barack Obama, the development of the fall of the Iraqi provinces, but the organization is urging in 2014. 

The Office said in a statement that 'what spoke by the former US ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill in an article published Recently on the site (project - syndicate) on the size of the great support provided by the former US administration to destabilize security and stability in Iraq and the fall of cities by the hands of gangs, calling the terrorist in 2014 to overthrow the Iraqi government and Prime Minister Nuri al - Maliki, was not surprising, Direct intervention in the affairs of the To other countries and a dangerous precedent in the history of international relations'.

The statement said that 'Hill's statements did not come from a vacuum, but reveal the extent of discomfort in the administration of former US President Barack Obama of the strong and consistent national approach to the Maliki government, especially regarding the departure of foreign troops from Iraq and his commitment to not to engage in a game of conflict axes Syria and the region ', pointing out that' positions of the former US ambassador, revealed the extent of attempts by the US at the time to mobilize their capabilities to withdraw confidence from Maliki, and how it failed with the forces that met with them for this purpose '.

He added that 'the article reflected the reality of Nuri al-Maliki's vision of the real motives that led to destabilization of security and stability in Iraq after the great victories achieved on armed groups and militias in the process of law enforcement plan in 2007 and beyond', adding that 'in the light of what proves above Attitudes The real reasons for the failure of the United States to fulfill its obligations with Iraq, especially on the issue of arming the Iraqi army, and the obstruction of providing equipment and spare parts for armor (tanks Abrams) and the air force and air force, not to mention the refusal in 2013 hit camps in the island and urged along the border with Syria, When Iraq has no fighter planes'.

The statement called on the United Nations and the international community to take a firm stand on this issue, and the matter should not go unnoticed, stressing the need to open a serious investigation to uncover the dimensions of the plan. And the devastation that happened in Iraq '.

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Maliki holds Washington "devastation of Iraq" and talks about the "2014 scheme"

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The coalition of the rule of law, led by Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, on Tuesday, the US administration to cause 'destruction and destruction of Iraq'. 

The Information Office of the coalition of state law in a press statement that it was not surprising what the former US ambassador to Iraq, Christopher Hill, said in a recent article on the project-syndicate on the size of the great support provided by the previous US administration to destabilize security and stability in Iraq and drop Cities in the hands of gangs, calling the terrorist in 2014 with the aim of overthrowing the Iraqi government and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. 

He added that the statements of Ambassador Hill, which represents direct interference in the affairs of other countries and a dangerous precedent in the history of international relations, did not come from a vacuum, but reveal the extent of discomfort in the administration of former US President Barack Obama of the strong and consistent national approach to Maliki's government, The departure of foreign troops from Iraq and his firm commitment not to engage in the game of conflict axes in Syria and the region '. 

The statement said, "The positions of the former US ambassador revealed the extent of the American attempts at the time to build up their capabilities to withdraw confidence from Maliki and how they failed with the forces that met with them for this purpose. The article also reflected the reality of Nuri al-Maliki's vision of the real motives that led to destabilization of security and stability in Iraq after victories The large extent achieved on armed groups and militias in the process of law enforcement plan in 2007 and beyond. 

"In view of the above, these positions prove the real reasons behind the failure of the United States to fulfill its commitments with Iraq, especially on the issue of arming the Iraqi army, obstructing the supply of spare parts and equipment to the tanks, the air force and the air force, Calling on the island and along the border with Syria when Iraq did not have fighter aircraft. 

"We call on the United Nations and the international community to take a firm stand on this issue. We must not take this matter seriously. We demand a serious investigation to uncover the dimensions of the plan. Which happened in Iraq '.

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GRRRR, has Maliki conveniently forgotten not offering immunity to our military? Maliki and Obama wanted our military out and that is what they got. I better get off of this site this morning because I can sense a soapbox rant coming. 😁😁

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
counting a coalition of state law, on Tuesday, former US ambassador 's remarks in Iraq , Christopher Hill , about the role of Washington 's occupation "Daesh" of Iraqi cities in 2014 as "direct interference" in the affairs of Iraq, and with the United Nations and the international community demanded an investigation into "serious "To reveal the dimensions of this chart. 

The Information Office of the coalition of state law in a press release received Alsumaria News a copy of it, "It was not surprising what happened by the former US ambassador to Iraq, Christopher Hill in a recent article on the site (project - syndicate) on the size of the large support provided by the former US administration to destabilize Security and stability in Iraq and the overthrow of cities by the gangs, calling the terrorist in 2014 to overthrow the Iraqi government and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki . "

 

 


"The statements by Ambassador Hill, which represents direct interference in the affairs of other countries and a dangerous precedent in the history of international relations, were not a vacuum, but reveal the extent of discomfort in the administration of former US President Barack Obama, What is related to the departure of foreign troops from Iraq and his commitment to not to engage in the game of conflict axes in Syria and the region. 

"The positions of the former US ambassador revealed the extent of the American attempts at the time to mobilize their capabilities to withdraw confidence from Maliki, and how they failed with the forces that met with them for this purpose. The article also reflected the reality of Maliki's vision of the real motives that led to destabilization of security and stability in Iraq after The great victories achieved on armed groups and militias in the process of law enforcement plan in 2007 and beyond. "

"In the light of the above, these positions prove the real reasons behind the failure of the United States to fulfill its obligations with Iraq, especially on the issue of arming the Iraqi army, and obstructing the supply of equipment and spare parts for the armor (tanks Abrams) and air force and air force, Camps on the island and along the border with Syria when Iraq did not have fighter planes. " 

"We call upon the United Nations and the international community to adopt a firm stance on this issue, and the matter should not go unnoticed," the office said, calling for "a serious investigation to be launched to uncover the dimensions of the plan. American responsibility for the blood, destruction and destruction that happened in Iraq. "


On June 10, 2014, the Da'ash organization controlled some Iraqi cities, including Mosul, before extending to the rest of the other cities in Nineveh, Anbar, Salahuddin and Diyala provinces. II 2017), announced the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider Abadi.

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30 minutes ago, Bama Girl said:

GRRRR, has Maliki conveniently forgotten not offering immunity to our military? Maliki and Obama wanted our military out and that is what they got. I better get off of this site this morning because I can sense a soapbox rant coming. 😁😁

It is ok. You go girl.  

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17 minutes ago, chinadawg said:

if Malaki will give us the REAL GOODS on Obummer we will reduce his future sentence to life in prison instead of the ROPE.

 

Mid Maliki gave Obummer, i would give him an island with exotic goats!

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2 hours ago, yota691 said:

Nuri al-Maliki blames former US President Barack Obama for the fall of the Iraqi provinces.

 

Ugh. 2 con-men of epic proportions. Maliki wanted the US out of Iraq

so he could ransack the country, steal from the banks, channel money

to Iran. Just another Saddam. I hope his payback comes at the end

                    of a rope. Not nearly fast enough though.

                                                                                             ;)

 

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As creepy as Maliki is, Iraq keeps letting him hang around. 

 

His corrupt Iran ties run deep, blah, blah, he bilked money from the coffers, everyone knows this, even his own people..but unless he knows his country is serious about bringing charges/consequences against him, he'll probably be the oozing sore he's always been in Iraq. 

 

He's a bad guy, but the majors players in Iraq have to to something... anything...just sayin.

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“ It wasn’t me, I didn’t do nothing wrong, Honest ! Would I lie ? I’ve Always been a Man of the People ! It was ALL Barry’s fault, He lied to me ! “ said Maliki while he had both hands behind his nervously sweating back with Fingers Crossed. 

 

Hes making the case for his innocence folks. Should be fun to watch. 

 

 

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This could be an indication Nouri al-Maliki is seeing the hand writing on the wall and is getting really, really nervous about the potential International Criminal Court indictment Ole Nouri will be facing. With Nouri al-Maliki attempting to cast blame on Barry, this could be a replay of Slobodan Milosevic and Billy (goat). Here is an excerpt from the article:

 

Just last month, his lawyers sought a subpoena to force former U.S. President Bill Clinton to testify at his trial. Milosevic has also asked the court to subpoena as a witness Clark, who directed NATO's bombing of Kosovo in an 11-week campaign led by Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

 

Here is the article. Is history going to repeat itself???!!! What will happen if Barry is exposed as not being a legitimate The United States Of America President because Barry WAS NOT born in The United States Of America???!!! Will Ole Nouri and Barry share a cell and the “match” broadcast as a UFC sanctioned match???!!!

 

Milosevic's war crimes trial a 4-year marathon

 

 

Saturday, March 11, 2006; Posted: 1:48 p.m. EST (18:48 GMT)
Slobodan Milosevic was regarded as the chief architect of the carnage unleashed during the breakup of Yugoslavia last decade.
   
(CNN) -- Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes trial in The Hague, Netherlands, had just entered its fifth year when he was found dead Saturday in his cell.

He was the first sitting head of state to be indicted by a U.N. international tribunal and had been detained at the U.N. center near The Hague since June 2001.

Milosevic faced 66 counts for crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes committed during the Balkan wars of the 1990s, in which tens of thousands of Bosnian Muslims were killed or forced to flee.

The long legal proceeding, which began on February 12, 2002, was in its defense phase when he died, and his case was expected to wrap up in months. (See timeline)

The former nationalistic dictator, nicknamed the "Butcher of the Balkans," began his defense in August 2004, six months after the prosecution closed its case. By the end of last month, Milosevic had used more than 80 percent of his allotted time. 

The counts include his role in the fighting in the disputed Serbian province of Kosovo and the civil warfare in Bosnia and Croatia after the breakup of Yugoslavia.

That country, a non-Warsaw Pact communist nation composed of six separate republics, raged with ethnic strife as it broke apart during the fall of communism.

One of many Balkan war crimes suspects who have been brought to The Hague, Milosevic was the best-known symbol and the most politically powerful, and authorities had been attempting to prove that he backed or even authorized violence by Serb forces.

He faced charges of crimes against humanity, violations of the laws and customs of war, and genocide, an explosive charge emanating from the Bosnian conflict, in which tens of thousands of Bosnian Muslims were killed or chased from their homes by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, where about 8,000 males were killed, and Sarajevo, a city terrorized by a Bosnian-Serb-led siege.

Milosevic has pleaded not guilty to all counts and repeatedly said he wasn't responsible for ordering killings and rapes and that he was defending Serbs people against terror.

Prosecutors called 293 witnesses. Among them were former NATO supreme commander Wesley Clark and Kosovar Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova, who recently died.

Many delays came about because of Milosevic's health problems. He suffers from high blood pressure, hypertension and resulting cardiovascular damage, according to medical reports. He also spent a great deal of time attempting to score political points during cross-examination. Judges continually had to tell him to stay on point with his questions.

During his defense, Milosevic called dozens of witnesses to back up his arguments and has comported himself more respectfully than during the prosecution phase, when he was bullying witnesses. 

Just last month, his lawyers sought a subpoena to force former U.S. President Bill Clinton to testify at his trial. Milosevic has also asked the court to subpoena as a witness Clark, who directed NATO's bombing of Kosovo in an 11-week campaign led by Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Most of his defense focused on the Kosovo indictments, considered to be the most potent against him, because he was directly in charge of the Serb-led troops during the fighting in Kosovo, a majority Albanian area key to Serbian identity.

Because of his health issues, court-appointed doctors recommended a schedule of three shortened days a week. Just last month, Milosevic requested travel to Russia for medical treatment but was denied.

 
 
 

 

 

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/europe/03/11/milosevic.trial/

 

We’ll See!!!

 

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6 hours ago, King Bean said:

 

Ugh. 2 con-men of epic proportions. Maliki wanted the US out of Iraq

so he could ransack the country, steal from the banks, channel money

to Iran. Just another Saddam. I hope his payback comes at the end

                    of a rope. Not nearly fast enough though.

                                                                                             ;)

 

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Yep, and after the U.S, military left, the Iraqi military totally disregarded the training the US provided them and were so poorly prepared for war that they threw their weapons down and RAN when ISIS first attacked. Geez. And lest we forget Maliki never appointed a Defense Minister nor an Interior Minister because he wanted to keep control of the military and the police. As much as I disliked Obama’s policies, ISIS is on Maliki’s head. Imo.  He is so crooked and evil. Such a shame ISIS didn’t get him since the CIA can’t seem to take care of the problem.

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The fall of Allawi and the rise of al - Maliki in a ... A book from the White House explodes secrets
 

The fall of Allawi and the rise of al - Maliki in a ... A book from the White House explodes secrets

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Shafaq News / The political memos in the West book, occasions to settle the results and self-defense, and usually comes accompanied by the whirlwind of the story of its diversity, without losing sight of the goal, which is to reach the largest volume and largest sales, supports the author's confidence reader, and vice versa.

Rhodes, who served Barack Obama as an adviser on national security affairs and wrote a presidential letter from start to finish, recently issued a new book, showing the president he served, smart, friendly, attractive, and principled.

The book, "The World As It Is," comes closer to a classic story that comes through time, about the journey from idealism to realism, with candor and clarity. In short, it is not a heavy policy book.

In "The World As It Is", there are a lot of anecdotes, but they light up rather than raise scandals. It is a story about how the writer (Rhodes) of the world of idealism, to a more accurate vision. 

ben_rhodes_and_barack_obama-300x200.jpg"Obama" and "Rhodes" on an Air Force plane

In his memoirs, the author draws attention to the fact that Obama's basic doctrine of American foreign policy was seen as appropriate in modern times, namely the rule of the philosopher (Hippocrates): First, do not harm, so that Obama adopted to achieve this clear and common result, : "Do not do stupid things."

According to Rhodes, his predecessor, George W. Bush, had committed one of the worst mistakes in US history when he went to war in Iraq, while Obama's job, which led him, was to correct relations with allies who Did not agree to the war, and also with the Muslim world, which considered the war on Iraq the last act of Western imperialism.

The book reveals that Obama followed this task on great terms. "When we start with a history of colonialism," Ben Rhodes said when the latter began writing his president's critical speech in Cairo in 2009, which led to criticism of conservative conservatives of Obama as a dodge Expresses an "apology," while ignoring the other half of his message, in which Obama expressed a neat balance: "Islam must recognize the contributions made by the West to formulate certain universal principles."

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ben-rhodes-susan-rice-obama-john-kerryBen Rhodes, Susan Rice, Obama, and John Kerry

In "The World as He Who", Rhodes claims that "Obama made the mistakes of optimism." He assumed that the old authoritarian regime in the Middle East was about to change, underestimating the tribal power that provided identity in an amorphous world.

According to Rhodes, Obama sided with the idealists early on, especially when the protesters filled Tahrir Square in Cairo with the first flow of the Arab Spring. According to Rhodes, Obama "would have preferred Google Guy to run Egypt, referring to Wael (Ghoneim), who helped lead the protest movement."

In the "Egyptian Revolution," the writer reveals that Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Secretary of State Hillarious Clinton were cautious. "Do not rush to expel the Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, and there was no guarantee that democracy would lead to that. In fact, democracy there led to an electoral victory by the Muslim Brotherhood, which led to a military coup."

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Obama and his team of advisers on the events of "Egypt"

On the Libyan issue, Rhodes says that the Obama administration made the same mistake. When the dictator Muammar Gaddafi threatened to massacre his opponents in Benghazi, Susan (Rice) compared the situation there to what happened in Rwanda, where it was said that Bill Clinton "allowed" genocide in those The country, Samantha (Bauer), will say to Rhodes in a pointed tone: "This will be the first mass atrocity around the clock."

"But the military intervention - and the eventual removal of Gaddafi - led to chaos, although the motive to prevent the massacre was noble, but it was speculative. The chaos was real. The general unrest in the region led to revolutions and brutality in Syria, Yemen and Bahrain. "

Here, "Rhodes will realize - slowly - that events in the world are outside the influence of America."

Rhodes described the deliberations that were taking place and got most of them during the other crises, and particularly highlighted the following missile strikes by Donald Trump to Syria.

"Obama thought that any military action could have a real impact on Assad's behavior and could lead to a broader war - perhaps he was right - but he looked weak at the time. By contrast, Trump looked strong, but the impact of his strikes seemed slim. "

At a certain moment, during the debate over what to do about Syria, Obama completed his transition from idealism to realism when he told Rhodes: "Maybe we could not have done [in Syria] what happened in Rwanda .... You can not stop people from killing each other like that. " This is the reality (the world as it is) ".

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Obama and Ben Rhodes

"He is a loving, respectable, and he loves playing cards in his spare time, listening to contemporary music, reading constantly, and contemplating things," he says. Which he reads, and was aware of his historic role, as the first African-American president, but is not hindered or disturbed by race. "

"He avoided anger, even in the face of those fanatics against him, and the conspirators against him, even the most extreme of them," says Mr Rhodes. And the nature of Obama has often led to the right answers - or at least - to positions that did not make the explosive world more dangerous.

 Rhodes says he has met privately with Iranian officials more than 20 times in the Omani capital Muscat. 
Rhodes writes in his book that President Barack Obama hated the Arabs in a strange way, and he always echoed before his advisers that the Arabs have no principle or civilization, and that they are backward and nomadic. 
On the other hand, he was talking about Iran with a strong and impressive admiration for its civilization. 
Ben Rhodes confirms that President Obama has been in contact with Iran since 2010 to reach agreement on its nuclear ambitions. Iran offered the Obama administration to stop nuclear activities for 10 years, in exchange for lifting sanctions and launching its hand in the entire Arab East ... and that is what happened in the end. 
Since the lifting of the sanctions, Iran has received more than $ 400 billion in revenues, including more than $ 100 billion to support its expansion in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Africa and the Maghreb.
It is very interesting to see the paragraph in which Ben Rhodes discussed the 2013 elections in Iraq. Rhodes points out that Iyad Allawi won the election. And this is what bothered the Iranians a lot, so the Iranians threatened to stop the secret negotiations, if it became Allawi Prime Minister in Iraq, and asked Obama explicitly and clearly to facilitate and support the arrival of Maliki to power ... And that was not. 
According to Ben Rhodes, it was Maliki who gave the order to open prisons in order to smuggle Iran's agents from the al-Qaeda organization, which was given the task of establishing a "da'ash". And that Maliki is ordered the army to escape from Mosul deliberately and leave the military equipment, which is worth more than 20 billion dollars.
He adds that Maliki, who intends to keep $ 600 million in the branch of the Central Bank in Mosul, and thus contributed to the introduction of 600 elements of the preacher to Mosul in 2014, and provided them with the necessary funds and equipment, to start the series Daash and Iran, and moving things according to What the rulers of Tehran want. 
Ben Rhodes asserts that Obama was aware that Iran was stirring up a "push," and he turned a blind eye to that, because he wanted to seal his pact with an agreement that would prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. And for this purpose was willing to pay any price ... This is what happened in 2015.
Ben Rhodes speaks in his book about the chemical strike of the CD in 2013, pointing out that Obama used the "red line" not to protect the Syrians from the regime and its allies, but to be a pressure paper on Iran, when Iran threatens to stop the secret negotiations. When the chemical attack on Ghouta occurred in August 2013, and Obama threatened to strike at the regime, Iran immediately sent him a letter threatening to withdraw from the negotiations. 
Ben Rhodes confirms that after the signing of the nuclear agreement with Iran, Obama instructed his aides not to mention anything about the Syrian file, and he said the same word: 
our mission accomplished! job done


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Didn't anybody read this VERY interesting stuff?

 

It is very interesting to see the paragraph in which Ben Rhodes discussed the 2013 elections in Iraq. Rhodes points out that Iyad Allawi won the election. And this is what bothered the Iranians a lot, so the Iranians threatened to stop the secret negotiations, if it became Allawi Prime Minister in Iraq, and asked Obama explicitly and clearly to facilitate and support system" rel="">support the arrival of Maliki to power ... And that was not. 
According to Ben Rhodes, it was Maliki who gave the order to open prisons in order to smuggle Iran's agents from the al-Qaeda organization, which was given the task of establishing a "da'ash". And that Maliki is ordered the army to escape from Mosul deliberately and leave the military equipment, which is worth more than 20 billion dollars.


He adds that Maliki, who intends to keep $ 600 million in the branch of the Central Bank in Mosul, and thus contributed to the introduction of 600 elements of the preacher to Mosul in 2014, and provided them with the necessary funds and equipment, to start the series Daash and Iran, and moving things according to What the rulers of Tehran want


Ben Rhodes asserts that Obama was aware that Iran was stirring up a "push," and he turned a blind eye to that, because he wanted to seal his pact with an agreement that would prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. And for this purpose was willing to pay any price ... This is what happened in 2015.


Ben Rhodes speaks in his book about the chemical strike of the CD in 2013, pointing out that Obama used the "red line" not to protect the Syrians from the regime and its allies, but to be a pressure paper on Iran, when Iran threatens to stop the secret negotiations. When the chemical attack on Ghouta occurred in August 2013, and Obama threatened to strike at the regime, Iran immediately sent him a letter threatening to withdraw from the negotiations. 


Ben Rhodes confirms that after the signing of the nuclear agreement with Iran, Obama instructed his aides not to mention anything about the Syrian file, and he said the same word: 
our mission accomplished! job done

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