Thursday, April 06, 2006

Condi, You're Doing a Heckuva Job!

Maybe one day the US will learn when to mind its own business.

BAGHDAD, Iraq, April 5 — A top adviser to Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said Wednesday that the visit this week by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Foreign Secretary Jack Straw of Britain had backfired, prolonging a deadlock over a new government and strengthening Mr. Jaafari's resolve to keep his post.

"Pressure from outside is not helping to speed up any solution," said the adviser, Haider al-Abadi. "All it's doing is hardening the position of people who are supporting Jaafari." He added, "They shouldn't have come to Baghdad."

His comments were echoed by several political leaders on Wednesday, including Kurds and Sunni Arabs.

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The visit by Ms. Rice and Mr. Straw appeared to grate even on politicians who oppose Mr. Jaafari. "They complicated the thing, and now it's more difficult to solve," said Mahmoud Osman, an independent member of the Kurdistan Alliance, speaking Wednesday about Ms. Rice and Mr. Straw. "They shouldn't have come, and they shouldn't have interfered."

Unfortunately for the Iraqis, interfering is the whole point of this exercise. The invasion was the first step in a process of installing a US/Britain-friendly puppet who sell oil rights to Western companies at friendly rates. No matter how bad things get in Iraq, the US will not waver from that goal. So get ready for more sectarian violence, guys.

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