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December 20, 2007

Why We Fight

Filed under: Defending America,Terrorism,War on Terror — Psycheout @ 11:43 am
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Torture ChamberA torture chamber was discovered in Iraq by U.S. troops. And no, lefties, I’m not talking about Abu Ghraib. I’m referring to an al Qaeda torture chamber. You remember al Qaeda, right? They’re the ones who attacked us on 9/11. The same ones that Dr. Ron Paul desperately wants to surrender to. Ring any bells?

Coalition forces found 26 bodies buried in mass graves and a bloodstained “torture complex,” with chains hanging from walls and ceilings and a bed connected to an electrical system, the military said Wednesday.

From December 8 to 11, the troops who found the complex also killed 24 people they said were terrorists and detained 37 suspects, according to a statement issued by Multinational Division North at Camp Speicher in Tikrit.

The moves were part of an operation called Iron Reaper that has been in progress across northern Iraq for the past few weeks.

Terrorists. These are the people we’re up against. These are the people we must defeat if the fragile democracy in Iraq is to survive. And we’re doing it right now in Iraq. We’re winning. Iron Reaper (cool name) is succeeding. And make no mistake about it: the butchers we’re up against are soulless amoral savages.

Photos given to the news media show a filthy bed wired to an electrical system, with an outlet hanging from wires on the wall. In the video, troops point out rubber hoses and boxing gloves, a ski mask and a blood-covered sword and knives. Other still photos show an entrance to the underground bunker and barbed wire stretched outside it.

A short distance away from the complex, troops found a bullet-riddled Iraqi police vehicle. Some of the bodies may belong to Iraqi police, according to the military video.

Is there any doubt that we need to win this epic battle for civilization? Or should we simply pack it in, retreat, isolate ourselves from the rest of the world and allow terror to spread across the globe?  The answer is no. Oceans no longer protect us.  That was made painfully clear on September the 11th, 2001.

Some say al Qaeda wasn’t in Iraq before the liberation of that nation was underway. They’re wrong of course. But al Qaeda is most assuredly there now, just begging to be destroyed. I say we continue to give them what they so richly deserve: death. And President Bush would agree.

This is why we fight. This is also why we must win. Anything short of total victory is unacceptable.  The dark spectre of terrorism must be extinguished so that a shining beacon of freedom can blossom in the heart of the Middle East.  We can win.  We must win.  We will win.

— Psycheout

46 Comments »

  1. Those Al Quadian bastards. Strapping people to a beds and pouring water over their faces is utterly barbaric torture of the vilest kind. Look closely Moonbats, this is the TRUE face of the monsters you idolize. I dare any liberal to defend it.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — December 20, 2007 @ 12:46 pm | Reply

  2. Acually Al Queda and Iran were mortal enemies of Saddam. America did them a favor by overthrowing him. Way to go Righties for opening the door for widespread torture.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 20, 2007 @ 1:00 pm | Reply

  3. Terrific post, Brother Psyche-ut! In fact your best yet. The entire country should read this. For my part I plan to reduce the font size down to 4pt so I can fit it all on America’s #1 source of pertinent information, the bumper sticker. Ha! This’ll light a fire in the cold, black hearts of liberals; if not, at least it will burn their eyes from strain.

    This really steams me! Damn islamo-fascists! A burning, crackling fire in consuming my belly. Well, that is, after I got over the fact that you used CNN as your source. I guess the nation’s public record, the National Enquirer, was too busy tracking down who knocked up Jamie Lynn Spears (John Edwards, I’m looking in your direction).

    Oh, yeah: I love how you mentioned it was “al Qaeda torture chamber. You remember al Qaeda, right? They’re the ones who attacked us on 9/11.” I love it because you failed to mention, though CNN had it in its story, that it was an “Al Qaeda in Iraq” torture chamber. Fact-nerds (damn them!) love to point out that “al Qaeda in Iraq” grew out of al-Zarqawi’s organization, Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad. Data-crunchers like to crow that it was only in October 2004, after the American invasion of Iraq, that al-Zarqawi’s group pledged allegiance to al-Qaeda. In fact (and I hate that word, “fact”), “al Qaeda in Iraq” is not the real name of the group. It’s Tanzim Qaidat Al-Jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn (QJBR) (“Organization of Jihad’s Base in the Country of the Two Rivers”). But those are just facts and, Brother Psyche-ut, you and I refuse to be slaves to facts! Jesus never bothered with them and who am I to pretend to be better than Jesus? So blur the two together! We want to kill them all anyway! That’s what Jesus would do, wouldn’t he? My bracelet keeps insisting he would.

    Anyway I was so fired up that I decided to do something about it! To get involved! I supported the Iraq War from the very beginning and it was time to do my part! So my buddies and I got out of the hot tub (we’re all trust fund babies with nothing better to do than watch our stocks get fatter) and we drove off in our Hummers (we each took separate Hummers because, you know, “a couple of guys in a Hummer” sounds kinda gay). Two miles and three gas tank fillings later, we were downtown. We passed the Army Recruiting center and the Navy Recruiting center to reach a boutique that sold those decal ribbons for our cars. You know, the ones that say, “Support our Troops.” Golly! We felt great! Doing our part in the war on terror!

    Then Randy said, “Dudes, remember what our glorious President George Walkman Bush said: in these troubled times we’ve got to go shopping!” He was right! And we had plenty of money to spend, so we left the boutique, passed the Marine Recruiting center and the Air Force Recruiting center, passed a homeless, legless Vet asking for spare change (“Get a job!” Randy said. He cracks me up!), and passed the babe with the petition to Congress to improve hospitals for wounded Vets. (I didn’t sign the petition but I asked her out. She said no, the dyke.)

    Anyway, we ended up at the Harley shop and each bought these sweet bikes. We stuck our “Support the Troops” decals on the gas tanks and road down the center of Main Street. And why not? We did our part for the war! We were heroes! I bet if Audie Murphy and Nathan Hale had a love child, this is exactly how he would feel! An hour later, after texting Sean Hannity—to congratulate him on being a young, strong man doing his part in the War on Terror by staying home, making millions, and chastising others who don’t do support our glorious president George WarrenGHarding Bush— we were back in the hot tub planning to get wasted later on.

    The point is…well, I can’t remember. But anyway, I want all you all to go out there and preserve my lifestyle! I’ll be right behind you all the way (I got the ribbon decal saying I do to prove it).

    Come on, now that I’ve testified, let’s all stand up and testify. Bother Psyche-ut, Brother Corker, Brother Sisyphus, Brother BJ: you’re all ardent supporters of the war. I’m sure you’ve each spent time in Iraq. Let’s hear some stories!

    Comment by GodisOne — December 20, 2007 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  4. And, oh yeah: God Hates Crabs!

    Comment by GodisOne — December 20, 2007 @ 1:14 pm | Reply

  5. ROTFFLMFAO

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 20, 2007 @ 1:29 pm | Reply

  6. “a couple of guys in a Hummer” sounds kinda gay

    Good point!

    Comment by Psycheout — December 20, 2007 @ 1:33 pm | Reply

  7. No one in America supports al-Quaeda. They have participated in acts of cruelty that bring a new and even more frightening meaning to the word “terrorism.” The Left pointed out the Abu Graib torture as a way of reminding us not to stoop to their level. I personally am totally against the use of torture for any reason, by our enemies or by our allies, as it is an act of barbarity that should have been left in the Dark Ages where it belongs.

    Comment by L — December 20, 2007 @ 2:06 pm | Reply

  8. More proof that the only people in Iraq that deserve our support is the Christian Minority. We can’t support the Kurds in their push for a separate country, it would completely destabilize the surrounding countries with large Kurdish minorities- especially our ally Turkey, can’t support the Shiite majority as it would empower Iran and their goal to recreate a Persian Power in the middle east leading to a similar situation to Syria and Lebanon- which would upset pretty much every country in the middle east since they are Sunni dominated, can’t support the Sunni majority as any support for them will get funneled in some way to al-Quaeda. That leaves the Christians.

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 3:06 pm | Reply

  9. During the “war on Terror” and the subsequent invasion and presence in Iraq of US led coalition forces the plight of the Christian population has got steadily worse. under the occupation sectarian and religious violence has spiraled. Ethnic cleansing has forced Sunnis out of Shi’ite areas and Shi’ites out of Sunni areas. Along with that Christians are coming under attack from both sides, the only route they can take is the route out of the country and the Christian population is now decimated due to church bombings, murders, kidnappings and ultimatums to leave, and still the flight goes on. There is no support from the US forces. Christians make up only 4% of the population of Iraq, they make up 40% of the refugee numbers.
    And America under the Great Christian George Bush and his Republican party has let this happen. And the war aginst Al Qaeda goes on. One wonders if, while the battles rage on, the war has already been lost.

    Comment by Mako — December 20, 2007 @ 3:06 pm | Reply

  10. Exactly why we need the Honorable Senator Brownbacks leadership. At least Mako understands this!!!

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 3:57 pm | Reply

  11. The best thing is to get out, by the presence of foreign troops in Iraq the terrorists are able to use the whole situation as a live fire exercise, and the fact that the forces involved don’t give a flying disregard for the people who share their faith being decimated. I wonder where morals actually went.

    Comment by Mako — December 20, 2007 @ 4:15 pm | Reply

  12. Yes, pull out, let them slaughter themselves, and let G-d sort it out. Amen!

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 4:23 pm | Reply

  13. They’ve been doing it for thousands of years. Nothing will change there. No point in us wasting our assets over a failed policy.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 20, 2007 @ 4:27 pm | Reply

  14. I’ve got a solution. No one has a problem with the US maintaining just an embassy in Iraq, right? Lets just put it on an oil field, put a refinery, and get our oil revenues that are owed to us. Simple solution. Plus, if its in the middle of nowhere, it makes security much simpler. Solves all our problems.

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 4:31 pm | Reply

  15. I’ve got a solution. No one has a problem with the US maintaining just an embassy in Iraq, right? Lets just put it on an oil field, put a refinery, and get our oil revenues that are owed to us. Simple solution. Plus, if its in the middle of nowhere, it makes security much simpler. Solves all our problems.”

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 4:31 pm

    What makes you think that was’nt the plan all along? It had nothing to do with bringing Democracy to the region or fighting terrorism. Pure corporate greed by the KKKonservative nut jobs.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 20, 2007 @ 6:09 pm | Reply

  16. Oh, the war is going swimmingly. What the heck are you complaining about then?
    PS, I think there is something wrong with your keyboard…and your spelling. Merry Christmas!!!

    Comment by Diablo — December 20, 2007 @ 7:15 pm | Reply

  17. Those Al Quadian bastards. Strapping people to a beds and pouring water over their faces is utterly barbaric torture of the vilest kind. Look closely Moonbats, this is the TRUE face of the monsters you idolize. I dare any liberal to defend it.

    Comment by BJ Hellboy
    Waterboarding is torture indeed.
    Too bad that Americans do it as well.
    Also too bad that PsyKKKeout tells us on blogs4republicans that waterboarding ain’t torture at all.
    So who is the monster you do idolize, BJ????

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 20, 2007 @ 7:29 pm | Reply

  18. (lol…..this is the most “serious board” I ever commented on…….do they pay you for writing this BS?
    Go to a decent Led Zeppelin concert and start hugging someone….you neeeeeeed looooooove)

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 20, 2007 @ 7:33 pm | Reply

  19. (Even Paris Hilton needs it, hahaha, every inch of it, biglol)

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 20, 2007 @ 7:34 pm | Reply

  20. Eternal Life by Jeff Buckley

    [Ed Note: This is not a lyrics site, so don’t just copy and paste drivel that nobody will read. If you really must refer to crappy lyrics, post a link. Thanks.]

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 20, 2007 @ 9:44 pm | Reply

  21. Jeff Buckley, rest in eternal peace….

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 20, 2007 @ 9:46 pm | Reply

  22. “Strapping people to a beds and pouring water over their faces is utterly barbaric torture of the vilest kind.”
    bulls***. you love advocating torturing and killing people you don’t agree with.
    As you once said:
    “I, for one, do not wish to show any mercy to those that have violated God’s law, or endangered the salvation of another human being. At the very least, these people should be castrated. Ideally, they should be rounded up and shot.”
    “Abortionists, for example, should be executed.”
    “Death penalty opponents are one of America’s greatest domestic threats. These people hate America so much, they should be executed for treason.”
    Your words, Bob

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 20, 2007 @ 10:44 pm | Reply

  23. Oceans no longer protect us.

    Yea, not since….um….ever?

    Comment by ChenZhen — December 20, 2007 @ 10:59 pm | Reply

  24. Yea, using oceans to keep people away hasn’t worked since man invented the boat.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 20, 2007 @ 11:48 pm | Reply

  25. EB-

    Yea, using oceans to keep people away hasn’t worked since man invented the boat.

    Well, someone better tell Bush:

    That’s the lesson of September the 11th. Remember, prior to September the 11th, we thought oceans could protect us.

    I suppose Bush assumed that when Paul Revere shouted “The British are coming”, he was referring to the redcoats that had walked over the Arctic.

    /rolleyes

    Comment by ChenZhen — December 21, 2007 @ 12:50 am | Reply

  26. har har har

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 21, 2007 @ 2:01 am | Reply

  27. Ed Nose: This is not a lyrics site, so don’t just copy and paste drivel that nobody will read. If you really must refer to crappy lyrics, post a link. Thanks.]

    If you don’t like good lyrics…..don’t read em.
    If you want to remove crappy writing I suggest you start deleting this whole blog!

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 21, 2007 @ 4:45 am | Reply

  28. “[Ed Note: This is not a lyrics site, so don’t just copy and paste drivel that nobody will read. If you really must refer to crappy lyrics, post a link. Thanks.]”

    To answer that I will say that the ignorance to post a link to a jeff buckley song is proving the ignorance in everything you say. It is a paradox really. You apparently know nothing about Jeff Buckley.

    I first thought this was about someone making fun of conservative sterotypes but the more I read I realized that this is dead serious.

    I will try to help you spread this blog so more people can read about our worlds biggest tragedy. This tragedy is ignorance and I just experienced the biggest source of ignorance in my entire life.

    I feel sad for you all.

    Comment by Andreas — December 21, 2007 @ 7:58 am | Reply

  29. Elephant Bones @bulls***. you love advocating torturing and killing people you don’t agree with.

    That was Bob Corker who said that EB. I’m not not like Lost-in-Spacebrother and his collection of pathetically transparent sock puppets. The United States doesn’t torture, President Bush has said so after he consulted with the Attorney General of the United States of America.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — December 21, 2007 @ 10:33 am | Reply

  30. Killing people isn’t torture, EB. The job is done with quickly.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 21, 2007 @ 10:49 am | Reply

  31. “That was Bob Corker who said that EB. I’m not not like Lost-in-Spacebrother and his collection of pathetically transparent sock puppets. The United States doesn’t torture, President Bush has said so after he consulted with the Attorney General of the United States of America.”

    Going straight to Hell because Jesus hates him – BJ Hellbound — December 21, 2007 @ 10:33 am

    So they only destroyed the torture tapes too cover up the not torturing? You really are a feable-minded gullible tool are’nt you BJ?

    Maybe you can find a sandbox to bury your head dumbASS Hellboy.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 21, 2007 @ 11:05 am | Reply

  32. Killing people isn’t torture, EB. The job is done with quickly.

    KKKomment by Bob_KKKorkkker — December 21, 2007 @ 10:49 am

    KKKill yourself KKKorkkker.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 21, 2007 @ 11:06 am | Reply

  33. “Killing people isn’t torture, EB. The job is done with quickly.”
    Doesn’t make it right.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 21, 2007 @ 11:08 am | Reply

  34. (@ 28,
    Thanx Andreas)

    Comment by Reshvathotep — December 21, 2007 @ 11:42 am | Reply

  35. We can win. We must win. We will win.

    “Now go out and give them hell boys!” [Mad dash as players don helmets, run out onto the field for the kickoff.]

    Comment by Xanthippas — December 21, 2007 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  36. Space-Brother (and sock puppets) @ So they only destroyed the torture tapes too cover up the not torturing?

    They destroyed them to protect the identity of the CIA agents who did the interviews. Clearly the liberal MSM wants to out those CIA agents for political ends and President Bush is not going to allow that to happen.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — December 21, 2007 @ 2:31 pm | Reply

  37. I do wonder why you all use the word liberal as some sort of swear word. Liberal is a positive word in Europe
    because we believe that right wing is very george bush. I think the USA is a great country and 9/11 was a terrible atrocity, but with this sort of crap written on here, it makes me wonder if you have a school system or any idea of what human life is worth over there. All lives are sacred, not just Americans. I love my mum and dad and my sister and my girlfriend. I would protect them with my life. So would Iraqis. Its not their fault Saddam Hussein (supported by UK and US) upset some governments. And al quaeda and the taliban were all set up and trained by the US and the UK. We all know it. So please, get some love in your veins be proud but not ignorant.And remember we are the world, we are the children. You are not our overlords…
    And hummers pollute. Oh wait, global warming isnt happening is it?Its a liberal plot. Gotcha….

    Comment by Tom — December 21, 2007 @ 5:50 pm | Reply

  38. Let me make something clear for you, SUCKout. Ron Paul is not pushing to surrender to anyone. He, much like anyone else who has common sense, does not think that America should be policing the entire world. He thinks that this war is absolutely futile and continuing is just a waste of time and money. This war may have served a purpose for a while, however short that while was, but afterwards it became tedious and infuriating. And don’t think that just because I think differently from you means that I am politically biased, or am a communist, or what have you. If you were to think such a thing, then it is yet another example of the deterioration of society.

    Comment by The Nobody — December 21, 2007 @ 8:40 pm | Reply

  39. Nice speech. Somehow reminds those of people in the first half of the 20st century. People payed a steep prize for listening to those speeches…

    Comment by PG — December 22, 2007 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  40. “They destroyed them to protect the identity of the CIA agents who did the interviews. Clearly the liberal MSM wants to out those CIA agents for political ends and President Bush is not going to allow that to happen.”

    Comment by BJ Hellboy — December 21, 2007 @ 2:31 pm

    What did they need protecting from if they were’nt essentially government sanctioned torture and snuff films that were destroyed?

    Are you really that stupid to be in such denial Hellboy?

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 22, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  41. The Nobody is correct.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 22, 2007 @ 10:05 am | Reply

  42. Well, to be fair, Spacebro, it could blow their cover, preventing them from doing further field work.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 22, 2007 @ 12:43 pm | Reply

  43. I guess it has to be an exact science to know how much water to be poured versus how far the rag is shoved down the throat. We’ll never get to see the torture/snuff films produced by the CIA.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 22, 2007 @ 1:39 pm | Reply

  44. You fight because you are one F@cked up kind of Homosapien.

    Comment by MoxoM — December 22, 2007 @ 6:38 pm | Reply

  45. slow down space brother. you see to be the kind of sick mother f*cker that would want to watch those torture tapes. what is it, a fetish, or just looking for tips?

    Comment by rogue — December 24, 2007 @ 11:20 pm | Reply

  46. “Killing people isn’t torture, EB. The job is done with quickly.”

    Comment by Bob_Corker

    What part of THOU SHALT NOT didn’t you understand?

    “Clearly the liberal MSM wants to out those CIA agents for political ends ”

    BJ, read that sentence carefully. To “out” someone generally means either to reveal that someone is homosexual, or to publicly reveal something bad that they have done. Surely you agree that evil deeds should be brought into the light and punished, rather than covered up?

    Spacebrother is right about this one, and for once he’s actually stating his case clearly, instead of using ad hominem attacks.

    Comment by L — January 2, 2008 @ 12:50 am | Reply


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