The Iraq War Was Wrong Blog

The world has many wrongs, and many wars, but there's only one wrong Iraq war.

"A wrong war like during the Iraq war was cannot just be sitted idly by by." --The Proprietor

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Vacation I guess you're just what I needed

You know, in a way it's a god's end. That I lost my password. This made me to go on a little vacation. (Unintentional)

And this was shorely needed(if you ask me). On account of if you go back and look at some of the to where my (this) blog was going. It was a pretty awful site. I hate to say it but I noticed my usual high standard's of spelling/grammar etc. were starting to fall to the waysight.

More eggregiously (though). Apperently I notice I went through some kind of reverrie phase where The Iraq War's wrongness wasn
't doing it for me. Where I ``didn't care'' about it. WFT!! BOY is that embarrass looking back. I can't even berlieve that's the same me. (Can you)?

And how can I face the brave Iraqis people who went to the poles make purple finger braving US interlocking gunfire patterns/ US shelling / "decapetition strikes" / etc. to declare their united vision to GET THE US TROOPS OUT NOW IMMEDIATELY. Well I plan to make it up to them. For if I dont' who will?

Instaputzi I don't THINK so.


At 4/16/2005 10:25 AM, Anonymous ~kosisok~ said...

This made me to go on a little vacation. (Unintentional)

i thought mabe you were deproted (by neocones),

At 4/16/2005 6:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I ask questions - u answer:

In comparison to the Iraq war, will the Iran war be
a: less wrong
b: wronger than
c: similiarly wrong
d: differently wrong

Anxiously waiting to know what to think

... Anon.

At 4/16/2005 7:24 PM, Blogger iraqwarwrong said...

Anon. I can't believe we're even talking about an Iran war (but I guess that's what Team Bush has brought us to)(the brink of). How can there be an Iran war in the first place Isn't it bad enough we(CIA) killed they're Shah now this? My goodness.

Anway I could go on and on about Iran war ins outs etc. but it's really beyond the scope of this blog. I like to keep things focused around here (you may of noticed this in retroscept).


At 4/17/2005 5:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear IraqWarWrong,

I know that you want to concentrate on the Iraq War (bcause of focus), but please, please, could you dane to discuss the possibility's of an Iran War (which would be wrong as well) , please.

My anxieties are very high. (I have had a reoccurence of my asthma, and have had to take to carrying around a dehumidifier with me as a result). My cheif concern is that an Iran war would lead straight to WWIII, because of Russia would attack us. There's no way Russia would just sit back and allow us to have our way with Iran like we did with Iraq. Russia has way to much vested in Iran. They see Iran as being, like, there firstborn son.

If we attack Iran (in a wrong war), my fears tell me it will go nuclear (notice there is no u between the c and the l dhingers) and we will wind up in a quagmyre.

There have been extensive research on the issue of whether a nuclear winter is approaching (in which the son would be blotted out from the sky.) Such a "winter" would make global warming look like a sunny day on the French Rivera.

Truth is, we don't know what our hands have wrought.

I want to leave you with a poem by the feminsit writer Grace Ellery Channing. It is a poem of war, and (sadly) loss, which I think we must heed if we are to keep our heads.

The day you march away let the sun shine,
Let everything be blue and gold and fair,
Triumph of trumpets calling through bright air,
Flags slanting, flowers flaunting not a sign
That the unbearable is now to bear,
The day you march away.

The day you march away this I have sworn,
No matter what comes after, that shall be
Hid secretly between my soul and me
As women hide the unborn
You shall see brows like banners, lips that frame
Smiles, for the pride those lips have in your name.
You shall see soldiers in my eyes that day
That day, O soldier, when you march away.

The day you march away cannot I guess?
There will be ranks and ranks, all leading on
To one white face, and then the white face gone,
And nothing left but a gray emptiness
Blurred moving masses, faceless, featureless
The day you march away.

Any Woman to a Soldier
by Grace Ellery Channing

At 4/17/2005 6:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I just want to clarify that I (anon.) am not the "anonymous" who wrote the previous comment(+dizzyness and sleep inducing poem). Even though we're both "anxious" for answers.

IWW, seeing as yr name is Iran War Wrong, you've been off-topic (Iraq war) for all too long.

At least tell us if it's a/b/c/d (lesswrong/wronger/similiarly wrong/differently wrong)



At 4/17/2005 7:06 AM, Blogger Pastorius said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

At 4/17/2005 7:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks you for the clarification with regards to identity, Anonymous.

For actually, when all is said and done, I am not Anonymous. I am Richard the Cat.

(forgot to leave my name on that comment) (sorry)

At 4/17/2005 7:16 AM, Blogger Pastorius said...

Oh, and by the way, Anonymous had a very good suggestion (in form of mistake) that you should re-entitle this blog The Iran War Was Wrong Blog.

(It's much more contemporary)

Richard the Cat

Can't be helped, the track is covered.
Hopeless! We have lost our way.
Demons must have taken over.
Whirling, twisitng us astray.

- from "The Demons"
by Alexander Pushkin

At 4/17/2005 7:45 AM, Blogger iraqwarwrong said...

Ok from what I skim of the above post's you guys RELLY confused. Richard the Cat wants me to switch talk about Iran war / Anon. thinks I _AM_ Iranwarwrong / and Pastorius - well I don't know whats his point but .

Anyway the point is YOU GUYS this is the IRAQ war was wrong blog if you want Iran war wrong you're parking up the wrong . .

I think maybe one of you should start The Iran War Will Have Been Wrong Blog if your so obsess about this. I'd link to it.


At 4/17/2005 8:35 AM, Blogger EvilPundit said...

I still think it would be less confusing and more efficient to combine them into the Iranq War (which was and will have been right not wrong).

At 4/17/2005 9:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Two wrongs don't make a right!


At 4/17/2005 1:40 PM, Blogger zioniste said...

Ok, I took you advice and started my own blog, wherein I will discuss why The Iran War Was Wrong. Not "will have been" wrong, but WAS WRONG.

In it's very inevatability it is was wrong, as much as the Iraq War Was, or any other war for that matter.

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