Skip to comments.What Dems, Press Won't Tell About Bush's Win Against Muslim Murderers
Posted on 01/03/2005 9:28:14 AM PST by conservativecorner
WASHINGTON DC -- Fifty million humans have been LIBERATED, NOT COLONIALIZED, BY THE UNITED STATES. They live in Iraq and Afghanistan. Prior, mortals there lived under two morally rotting regimes from The Pit.
Fifty million people. Count them and give thanks for freedom spread.
That liberation goal is what the US President pronounced to the world as his chief purpose for sitting in the Oval Office, though Dems and liberal press dont want to get the clear, repeated message.
Of course, they do get the message; but they are not driven to encourage liberties elsewhere. They are motivated by their own opportunistic political gains, sadly so.
Yet, against such obstinacy, under Mr. Bushs administration, Muslim murderers global centers in Iraq and Afghanistan have been exorcised by two of the quickest and most humane liberations in all history.
In addition, number the bloodthirsty al Qaeda leaders and sidekicks who have been jailed or executed: Mohammed Atef, al Qaedas senior field commander, Abu Zubaida, Osama bin Ladens field commander who took Atefs place, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, chief of September 11 slaughter, Ramzi Binalshibh, organizer of September 11 killing, Hambali, top think tank for al Qaedas Jemash Islamiah, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, al Qaedas supreme commander of operations in Persian Gulf, Ahmed Khalfan Gahilani, integral to 1998 bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, and Abu Issa al-Hindi, pivot planner of reconnaissance of American financial institutions.
Also, Muslim operational and logistical terrorist support cells in Europe, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Southeast Asia have been seriously crippled.
One thousand four hundred Muslim murderers global bank accounts have been shut down. That totals $140 million worldwide.
Concerning Afghanistan in particular, under the Bush administration in coordination with a 70-countries-coalition, Muslim killing mentoring camps have been destroyed as well as Taliban logjams for slaughter dismantled. This has resulted in locals coming upon food instead of starving as in the previous rule.
Afghans now have a popularly elected new president in the valiant person of Hamid Karzai. Further, under his leadership, the nation has come upon, for the first time in its history, a constitution of its own.
The constitution grants rights and freedoms to all Afghans, including females. This equates to a democracy planting, that which was fought against by Germany, France, Russia as well as the US Democratic Party. These nations and that petty party, broadcasting that they champion freedom, instead hampered liberty planting in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr. Bush withstood their mean madness and so proceeded with his goal of spreading democracies wherever possible.
In Afghanistan, the populace can now anticipate parliamentary elections in the spring of 2005. That means that henceforth the people under democratic leadership can forge ahead with their own peace and financial development.
Afghan females now have a new healthy future. In the past, they were tortured, whipped publicly in the marketplaces, and shot in the head in stadiums. They were hit with rods if caught wearing colorful shoes. They could not get an education. They were treated worse than the lowest animals.
Now females there can get an education; two of them are cabinet ministers. Females can head corporations such as the woman who leads the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission.
Health providing centers have been established across Afghanistan. One hundred forty-five, to be exact. Professionals have been schooled in their vocation, administering medical aid to over 700,000 cases of malaria. There have been 4.5 million youngsters inoculated against measles and other ailments.
Over two hundred schools have been built into state-of-the-art centers for learning. Seven thousand teachers are in their classrooms. Twenty-five million texts are in students hands.
To keep the Muslim bloodhounds from resurrecting in Afghanistan, a militia is in place. It is a modern Afghan national army. Twenty-five thousand trained Afghan policemen and women are on call. The goal is 50,000 trained officers by the close of this calendar year.
In Iraq, Iraqi Freedom Operation the marvel of a three-week-win-war under US Department of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has yielded the ousting of demonic Saddam Hussein. He sits in a cell rather than one of his opulent palaces. His debauched, heady rule has been exposed to the world.
Now the Iraqi people await their own free elections to take place this month. Free elections. Thats a major miracle. Those are a couple of words that were never dreamt of before. But now there is a democracy planting taking place, due chiefly to Mr. Bush, though he was crippled along the journey by various foes in Europe as well as the US Democratic Party.
A coalition of nations has come together to pledge more than $32 million to establish top-of-the-line schools, health care centers, road travel, water safety, bridges, agriculture, electricity and other basics to the New Iraqs democracy in progress.
The nations oil infrastructure is being reconstructed. The production capacity will reach between 2.3 and 2.5 million barrels of oil per day.
In Saddam Husseins serve-the-despot regime, one dollar per Iraqi was set aside each year for health care. That equaled $16 million. Now the Ministry of Health is budgeting $950 million.
Iraqi children are back in school. Textbooks are in their hands. University students are now able to travel to other countries freely, building bridges with Iraqi higher education and other nations. This is after years of isolation.
There is an Iraqi free press newspapers, Internet, radio, TV.
Small businesses are taking hold, thus opening up new jobs to the people.
But Im sure you have learned of all of this on your evening national and international telecasts. True?
WOW! Excellent expose. Send this fine article on to the LIBERALS(they still wont get it, but who cares?).
Great review of the progress of rights of women in Afganistan since the election and their very own Constitution. Wonderful article.
Can't disagree with a thing the man says. *Applause*
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