May 28 2008
I predicted many times that liberals and their liberal SurrenderMedia would be the last to realize America won in Iraq and dealt a heavy blow to al-Qaeda, destroying its credibility and support on the Muslim Street. Now there are clear signs in the dark side of the blogosphere, inhabited by Islamo Fascist creatures, were more and more reporting is showing up on how badly the terrorists lost Iraq:
Al Qaeda web sites are making a lot of noise about “why we lost in Iraq.” Western intelligence agencies are fascinated by the statistics being posted in several of these Arab language sites. Not the kind of stuff you read about in the Western media. According to al Qaeda, their collapse in Iraq was steep and catastrophic. According to their stats, in late 2006, al Qaeda was responsible for 60 percent of the terrorist attacks, and nearly all the ones that involved killing a lot of civilians. The rest of the violence was carried out by Iraqi Sunni Arab groups, who were trying in vain to scare the Americans out of the country.
Today, al Qaeda has been shattered, with most of its leadership and foot soldiers dead, captured or moved from Iraq. As a result, al Qaeda attacks have declined more than 90 percent. Worse, most of their Iraqi Sunni Arab allies have turned on them, or simply quit. This “betrayal” is handled carefully on the terrorist web sites, for it is seen as both shameful, and perhaps recoverable.
So, while many pro-Bush, pro-war blogs in the West have been reporting on the pending victory in Iraq for ‘our’ side (yours truly proudly a member of that crowd) and some more fair and balanced news organizations have been reporting on the successes in Iraq, it seems the only information outlets still living in a fantasy world of denial are those of liberal SurrenderMedia – who predicted Iraq would be another Vietnam and The Surge was/is/will be a failure, yada, yada, yada. It seems the only failures regarding Iraq are with the SurrenderMedia and Surrendercrats in Congress who tried to stop victory from coming all together. Pathetic, isn’t it?