US-Created System In Iraq Is Collapsing: Protesters Storm Parliament, State of Emergency Declared

Less than two years ago, the US set up another puppet government in the mid-east this time in the state of Iraq when following substantial US pressure, on August 14, 2014 then prime minister al-Maliki agreed to stepped down and be replaced with Haider al-Abadi. Today, the regime is in chaos and the system set up in Iraq by the US is collapsing when protesters loyal to popular Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr breached the heavily fortified Green Zone, home to government buildings and foreign embassies, and stormed the Iraqi parliament forcing MPs to flee and unleashing a state of emergency for all of Baghdad.

As can be seen in the photo, hundreds of demonstrators occupied the country’s parliament. Video from inside the building showed jubilant crowds waving Iraqi flags and shouting “peaceful, peaceful.” Supporters of Sadr, whose fighters once controlled swaths of Baghdad and helped defend the capital from ISIS, have been demonstrating for weeks at the gates of the Green Zone, responding to their leader’s call to pressure the government to reform.

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Are we creating democratic countries or building nation states under the control of an evil government in Washington, D.C.?

It appears the Iraqi people have answered this question. Does this government have a concept of the words: Blood and Treasure?

David DeGerolamo

      
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One Response to US-Created System In Iraq Is Collapsing: Protesters Storm Parliament, State of Emergency Declared

  1. Tom Angle says:

    nation states under the control of an evil government

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