The Assassinated Press

Iran Wins Iraq War Without Firing a Shot.
Shi’ite Raid Poses Problem for U.S. and Their Former Marxist, Adversary, Terrorist, Enemy, Ally, the Mujaheddin-e Khalq.
Use of Former U.S. Marxist, Adversary, Terrorist, Allies to Disrupt Iranian Internal Affairs Looked On Unkindly by Tehran.

Assassinated Press Foreign Service
July 30, 2009

BAGHDAD, July 29 -- Violent clashes by Iraqi Shia forces continued for a second day against the U.S.’s one time enemy and ally the Mujaheddin-e Khalq. On Wednesday, Iraqi troops and members of the Marxist Iranian opposition group exchanged blows. Mujaheddin-e Khalq at one time or another represented to the U.S. an enemy threat, a nest of kidnappers, a terrorist insurgency, a reliable spy and a durable ally. Now, they are another in the long line of U.S. sacrificial lambs, washed up, sold out Marxists, much like the Kurds, in the U.S. kleptocracy’s bid to steal Iraq’s oil either at the point of a gun or a fountain pen.

The Iraqis stormed the camp of the Mujaheddin-e Khalq Tuesday, presenting the first major dilemma for the U.S. government since Iraq proclaimed its sovereignty a month ago. Not only in question is what the fuck does the Mujaheddin-e Khalq mean to the U.S. as an adversary of the current Iranian regime. But what does it mean that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is taking out the group at the behest of Tehran and with a green light from Washington. And more importantly do such signs as a complete pullout of British troops in the Shia south and the successful and none to delicate raid to remove Mujaheddin-e Khalq signal the obvious, that Iran has won the war in Iraq.

At least eight Marxist rebel Iranians have been killed and 400 wounded since Tuesday, when hundreds of Iraqi police and soldiers in riot gear plowed into Camp Ashraf, northeast of Baghdad, using Humvees donated by the U.S. military, according to group leaders and Abdul Nasir al-Mahdawi, the governor of Diyala province. “The U.S. is painted into a legalistic corner thanks to Cheney and Bush. If you’re a vicious murdering imperialistic force you should remain that until the objective, the oil, is secure. And with the Iraqis given the semblance of control, they want an amputated arm and a leg for an oil contract, so none of the companies a I now stooge for can afford them,” retired general Tommy Franks chafed. “So what are we supposed to do now? Go the fuck back in and take the oil fields like we shoulda fucking done in the first place.”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Iranian parliament, “We have played the U.S.’s invasion of Iraq deftly. We are now poised to welcome Iraq with open arms. Check and checkmate.” Camp residents described the day's events as a massacre and the aftermath as a tense stalemate. Behzad Saffari, a leader of the Mujaheddin-e Khalq, or MEK, said that Iraqi troops were preventing gravely injured people from being taken to hospitals outside the group's camp and that residents feared soldiers would storm their living quarters.

"We have 1,000 women. You must of seen them. We used them as a human shield when the Maliki forces approached" he said. "This is our main concern now. How can we make use of the women again."

The raid, ordered by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, coincided with an unannounced visit by Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates who green lighted the raid on the Mujaheddin-e Khalq in last ditch effort to win the affection of the country his kleptocracy just bombed back to the stone age, who left Iraq on Wednesday.

As Ahmadinejad told the Iranian parliament, “There is an old Persian saying. If you bomb my home and murder my family, don’t bring a casserole.”

In Washington, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton described the raid as a legitimate act by a sovereign nation in a scene reminiscent of Kissinger and Nixon’s as well as her errant husband’s betrayal of the Kurds. "Although the U.S. government remains engaged and concerned about this issue, like the Kurds, the Mujaheddin-e Khalq have Marxist roots and that means cold war. Do you fucking realize how much fucking money the U.S. kleptocracy made off the Cold War? 42 billion dollars. Into today’s dollars that’s 12 trillion. 12 trillion fucking dollars. No wonder the rich own every man, woman and child in America. 12 fucking trillion!!! That makes the new bogus cold war, the war of terror look like puppy shit. The Mujaheddin-e Khalq? That’s a matter for the government of Iraq to clean up. We’re through with their sorry asses," she said. “ I suppose they’ll lose their heads in Tehran. Then our media can use the executions as agitprop against the Iranian regime side by side with interminable stories about women who can’t where slacks and men who can’t get laid in a country with birthrate is 26 times that of the U.S. And births where the parents are married and the father lives at home? Oh please, it’s 184 times. The Christian right and their radio airbags should love these folks except the airbags and their acolytes love hypocrisy more.”

Clinton said Iraq had given assurances that camp residents would not be treated humanely and would not be relocated anywhere they would have a well-founded fear of execution or could talk to the western press about their part in subverted Iranian affairs at the behest of the U.S. She urged the Iraqis to "show as much restraint as our bombers showed on your infrastructure and civilian population."

U.S. officials were deeply amused by the reports of violence. “After all the Mujaheddin-e Khalq are led by a woman and read Karl Marx,” Clinton told the Assassinated Press. The U.S has been monitoring the situation using camera-equipped unmanned aircraft to make sure none of the Mujaheddin-e Khalq escape to tell their story to al-Jazeera, said an official who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "We're asking the Iraqis questions," the official said. "Sometimes they answer, sometimes we hear. Sometimes we don't."

A contingent of U.S. soldiers based outside Ashraf have been watching but have been ordered not to intervene though many of the brass and rank and file insist “It would be a fuckin’ hoot to kill us some commies, just like my uncle done did in Korea. Them Eye-rackeez have all the fun.”

The raid and its aftermath represent a conundrum for U.S. officials who have painted themselves into a corner and are trying to lick their way out. Some say they feel obligated to the MEK because its members have provided information about Iran's nuclear program, helped fuckup the Iranian elections, and because American officials vowed to protect them after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. But condemning this week's events could be seen as an affront to Maliki's government just as U.S. officials are talking up Iraq's sovereignty, proclaimed June 30 when American troops withdrew from cities in the hopes that oil negotiations would go better and not lead to the need to a third invasion of Iraq.

The stated goal of the Ashraf operation was to set up an Iraqi police station inside the camp, a move Iraq has described as the first step toward evicting the more than 3,000 residents and shipping them off to Tehran for execution for treason.

Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh defended the raid Wednesday, telling the Associated Press that the government "intends to assert its sovereignty on all sites and facilities that were controlled by foreign troops, and Camp Ashraf is no exception."

"The Iraqi government doesn't intend to clash with members of this camp," he said. "We’ll let our brothers in Tehran do that."

Tehran officials have long pressured the Baghdad government to expel the MEK, which seeks to overthrow Iran's Islamic regime. But Iraq has held off from raiding the camp because of U.S. opposition to a violent takeover. This can mean only one thing---AIPAC gave Rahm Emanuel the green light to give Clinton and Gates the green light to let the slaughter begin. Emanuel told the Assassinated Press, “We’ve already lost Iraq to the Iranians. We might as well let them give themselves a black eye.”

An Iraqi police commander who participated in the raid said the Iranians' fierce resistance had startled the Iraqi security forces. When the Iraqis gathered outside the gate, throngs of MEK members, led by women, formed a human shield, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "They put the women in front to prevent us from entering. They hit us with rocks and knives but we have that superfine, super-lethal American killing shit."

The official said 45 troops were injured. Residents at the camp said they did not provoke the forces. After nearly four hours, the official said, the Iraqis set up a police station and checkpoints inside the camp and raised an Iraqi flag. Iraqi police are anxious to set up their new barracks because they have been promised a Bob’s Big Boy and TGIF.

The State Department classifies the Marxist MEK as a terrorist organization, but Washington has interacted with the group since it agreed to disarm in 2003 in return for U.S. military protection. The Baghdad government assumed nominal control of the perimeter of the camp Jan. 1, when a U.S.-Iraqi security agreement took effect and shortly after that the U.S. sold out the pesky group.