Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Yes it was the right decision

Today I watched and listened to President Bush speech about the "war on Iraq and terrorism" to an audience at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington and I can't say but that his speech made me admire him more and more.

He was simple with the main facts and the reasons that led to the war "I prefer to call it liberation" and he draw the future plan that gives more hope to the people craving for democracy.

I watched and listened carefully with a big smile on my face while the President continued his speech and the more decisive and determined he was the more confident I got.

I was really happy because he knew the simple truth we needed him to know "We know and appreciate what the Americans have done and still doing in Iraq and if you hear some of the Iraqis saying (Leave) let me tell you that there are millions of the Iraqis saying (Stay) and you will see them tomorrow when they will march to defend the democracy you brought to this country"

I saw you defending your decision saying "As president I am responsible for the decision to go into Iraq" well Mr. President let me tell you that your decision will change the world as we know it. You gave Iraqis freedom that they wouldn’t have gotten in a thousand years, and the "Iraqi effect" started to affect the region and this is why everyone around us is trying to "kill" this young born democracy.

I know that when the people around the world who see the violence in Iraq would think that the Iraqis don’t want the Americans and they want them out, they don’t know the truth about the "hidden war" all the Arabic and Islamic countries are waging against the Americans and Iraq its battlefield. They don't do that by sending armies but they provide all the money needed and the logistic support and of course the trained men to do the attacks. All the Arab and Islamic countries in the region are ruled by dictators and they will do anything to stay in their "chairs" forever.

Mr. President you started something and yes you are responsible to go on and never stop until democracy is a worldwide spoken language and a way of life. And that will be the Total Victory.

27 Comments:

At 5:08 AM, Blogger Tommy said...

That was a great post Sunni!! Everything you said was true. Good luck and stay safe tomorrow when you vote!!

 
At 5:30 AM, Blogger Louise said...

Sooni, this is wonderful. I'm going to tell everyone I know who hates Bush, and there are a lot of them, to read this blog.

 
At 5:49 AM, Blogger dcat said...

Sooni,

I just had to post this thanks to Louise! :)

 
At 6:47 AM, Blogger Mark said...

Great post. I guess I will have to read the entire transcript of Bush's speech.

 
At 7:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post!
Congratulations to you and all the Iraqi people.
Stay safe!

 
At 7:44 AM, Anonymous Lynda said...

Thank you for a wonderful post Sooni.

My best wishes go out to you and your countrymen as you vote today.

Stay safe. Let freedom reign!

 
At 8:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

heck yes!!! this is what everyone in the world needs to hear. especially here in america and the rest of the coalition where people may be wondering what is going on...other than the main stream media where the only news is bad news. someone should start a news show where its an hour long and 1/2 is the bad thats happening in the world and the other half is good things that are happening in the world. like 1 soldier was killed today...then follow it with, 3 new schools were opened today in iraq...

 
At 8:10 AM, Anonymous OHIOBUCKEYE said...

Great post. It is such a shame that many FREE people do not understand what you and many Iraqis of different points of view, understand.
Thank you for saying what is the reality of life. Ultimately, freedom or submission is a choice made by every person on this Earth.

 
At 8:28 AM, Anonymous Khashayar said...

I as an Iranian envy you!

 
At 9:22 AM, Anonymous Melissa in NorCal said...

Your last sentence says it all. One thing I know for sure is that democracies don't do war with other democracies. They may bicker, but they don't kill each other. This is my hope for the world. Good luck!

 
At 11:39 AM, Anonymous Troublemaker said...

Sooni,

Bush does, indeed, have a vision. He sees it; but you live it. Good luck voting. I pray Iraqis pick strong leaders (honest minds, strength of character, and good hearts).

Iraqi Citizen, voter Betty Dawisha said it best...

http://thepoliticalteen.net/2005/12/13/gotohell/

 
At 6:55 PM, Anonymous Just A Nobody said...

Khashayar said...
"I as an Iranian envy you!"

Your time is coming Khashayar. I know it has been a long wait, but I believe in my heart that you WILL be FREE!!!

 
At 6:58 PM, Anonymous Just A Nobody said...

Sooni,
Thank you for your heartfelt analysis of President Bush's speech.

My finger has been purple for the last couple days in support of Iraqi Freedom. Congratulations!

 
At 7:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so happy I found this blogspot. Sooni, the things you say are courageous and true! Thank you and congratulations on your election day. Pick strong and honest leaders!

 
At 8:32 PM, Blogger Newvictorian said...

I'm linking to you, so that more people can read and get the point of view of an Iraqi "free man." Thanks!

 
At 9:08 PM, Blogger Mike's America said...

Americans are proud to stand with Iraqis in both body and soul on this proud day!

Your election is a shining star of freedom rising on the horizon of a new, more peaceful Middle East.

Thank you and blessings to all Iraqis for what you have endured these many years.

 
At 11:44 PM, Blogger Harvey said...

Sooni, may God bless you and all the good Iraqi people and bless the democracy which you deserve. Long live your freedom....

 
At 12:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

bomb iraqi terrorists now

 
At 1:55 AM, Blogger City Troll said...

We support you and God Bless You

The City Troll

 
At 2:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you! My brother is in Iraq and you are the reason he is! He believes in your people!

 
At 2:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you! My brother is in Iraq and you are the reason he is! He believes in your people!

 
At 8:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your courage, and that of the entire long suffering Iraqi people, is truly inspiring. I write to you from my comfortable suroundings in the cockpit of capitalism hoping the safety, prosperity and hope Americans belive thier God given right (it should be for all!), becomes a mainstay of Iraqi life. I have not been in Iraq, but reading accounts and blogs vociferiously makes it abundantly clear you are a proud, descent and industrious people. I hope every Iraqi has a renewed sense of hope about a future that IS going to be brighter. Democracy is hard, but considering what the Iraqi people have endured, it should be a cakewalk. You have earned my undying admiration - truly awe inspiring!!

 
At 2:12 PM, Anonymous Ashraf Abdul Jabbar said...

I totally agree with writer
Yes thank you Mr. president it was the right decision and i say to those who hates Mr. bush we are finally tasting the freedom despite the casualities.
There would be no advance without scarifices by both iraqis and american

we will keep remeber that a hero made a decision and set us all free from the tyrant Saddam.

thanx Mr. president again and God bless you

 
At 6:37 PM, Blogger ruth said...

Thank you for your wonderful blog and your faith in freedom. My husband was in Iraq twice. We are so proud of the steps toward democracy made in Iraq. You are so right that those oppose this freedom are intimidated by a democratic Iraq. Look at the pull of Syria from Beruit! Freedom is spreading and some are afraid of it. I teach history and I offered my students extra credit if they came to school on Dec. 15th with purple fingers and were able to explain the significance of them. God bless you on your journey to being an free, independent, democratic nation. Stay safe, and stay free. Ruth

 
At 5:26 PM, Blogger LORD said...

are u serious? are u sure you are iraqi? have u seen abu gharib? falluja? qaem? did u hear your hero saying that all what he said befor the war about WMDs and realtion with qaeda, is pure crap?
he says he made us free, and u agree, both of you forgot that we had a goverment recognized by the UN, its doesnt what you and i think of it, i dont like them anymore than u do , but the americans invaded ourt country.
they are not freedom fighters, they dont care about us, they are there because its thier intrest to be there. come on man, wake up and smell the truth

 
At 9:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the poster above.

The truth is self evident to everyone. What you see and perceive is ideal only to your eyes.

But Iraq today may not know the good of all that has come, but hold your judgement till 5 years hence has past and then realize then if what you believe remains true.

Time in all things will tell.

 
At 2:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

iraqis love bush u must be on a wind up that man has caused more deaths in your region than any other turning iraqi against iraqi using the old british policy of divide and rule britian done it in india persia and ireland and were defetead on every occaision as will the americans also be

 

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