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change my pitch up
we are reaching a new low
i accept this award on behalf of the unit
you don't understand us, bullshit, you just fuckin...
Man keep it real, get your own shit man, and be or...
it's my quest, quest for certainty
if it's what it takes we're ready to fight
je suis le roller-girl, roll-roll-roll-roller-girl
got to see that movie stoned drug me
all the beating drums, the celebration guns
Monday, April 07, 2008
orange gear cuz i just broke out the prison:
Angel Duss versus Fred Kagan. An unfair fight.
There is little actual doubt about who is Iran’s primary proxy in Iraq: The Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), formerly the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI). SCIRI was founded in the early 1980s by exiled Iraqi clerical activists in Iran, with the blessing and support of Ayatollah Khomeini. The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) created and trained SCIRI’s armed wing, the Badr Corps (now known as the Badr Organization), for the express purpose of eventually serving as an arm of Iran’s Quds Force in Iraq. SCIRI was among the Iraqi exile parties with whom the U.S. worked in the lead-up to the 2003 Iraq invasion, but maintained close ties to Iran. ISCI continues to receive Iranian funds, and many members of the Badr militia reportedly still receive pensions from the IRGC. Thousands of these Iranian-trained and indoctrinated militiamen have been incorporated into the Iraqi police and army.I'm just happy I'm no longer the liberal blogosphere's number-one Sadr-apologist.