Monday, June 27, 2005

BushCo: a strong committment to Vo-Tech training

The CIA indicates that the insurgency in Iraq (you know the one that may last another 12 years or so) may actually end up providing higher quality training for Islamic terrorists than the Afghanistan war (where Osama bin Laden was voted most likely to succeed).
A classified report from the US spy agency says Iraqi and foreign fighters are developing a broad range of deadly skills, from car bombings and assassinations to tightly coordinated conventional attacks on police and military targets, the official said.

Once the insurgency ends, Islamic militants are likely to disperse as highly organised battle-hardened combatants capable of operating throughout the Arab-speaking world and in other regions including Europe.


"You have people coming to the action with anti-US sentiment ... And since they're Iraqi or foreign Arabs or to some degree Kurds, they have more communities they can blend into outside Iraq," said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the report's classified status.
In a brilliant student recruitment move, BushCo may have implied that he chose to invade Iraq to make it a magnet for terrorists & insurgents. I, for one, now feel bad for ever doubting this administration's commitment to education.

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