Monday, October 15, 2007

La Vanguardia ran a two-page interview this morning at the beginning of their international section. With a spokesman for the Iraqi Baath Party. Disgusting. Sickening. Terrorist-loving. I wrote a piece for Pajamas Media. Go read it.

Quote from the interview:

We have been invited (to Spain) by the State Campaign against the Occupation and for the Sovereignty of Iraq (CEOSI), a movement that supports the rights and welfare of the Iraqis. We represent the Iraqi people and give thanks for the opportunity to tell what is happening in our country. This allows us to transmit our message to the occupier from outside.

My reaction:

He fulsomely thanks La Vanguardia for allowing him to spread propaganda.

The CEOSI needs to have its headquarters raided right now to find out how much of its money (which it claims is for “medical aid”) has gone into the hands of the Baath Party terrorists, with whom they are openly in contact. I would expect a long string of arrests to follow. Googling “CEOSI” leads you to an enormous long string of links that clearly show it’s a front for the Communists and those to their left.

The CEOSI is mixed up with Ramsey Clark’s International Action Center, and we all know who those guys are: a front for the Workers World Party, a bunch of Trotskyist-Maoists.

They’re still fighting the Cold War, they’re the Vanguard of the Revolution, and the Baath Party is their proxy now.

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