I was there.
The Iraqi soldiers did not stand a chance.
Saddam was the USA’s boy, he killed Iranians for the USA for 10 years.
He went to the US State department bimbo in the area, asked permission of the US to attack, and though he got the US’s blessing.
When he told the state department bimbo what he planned to do, she answered:
What happens between Middle Eastern States is none of our concern.
Soon as he attacked, US started screaming like a raped celestial virgin!
US wanted that war!
The lies which were told by the USA/DC political treasonous whores to justify it, to sway the American people in favor of it, were huge, and many.
US also insinuated if the Iraqi people revolted against Saddam, US would back them.
The idiots in DC thought the Republican guard would overthrow a weakened Saddam after the war, but they waited, wisely, to see if the US was going to come in or not, and when the US did not, they helped slaughter the Iraqis who did revolt.
The ones who revolted were not the ones BadBush and fellow imps of hell wanted as a puppet government.
So the old men, the children, the grandmothers, the mothers, were driven out into the cold, into the hills where thousands died of exposure, starvation, and disease, while Bush and Company, USA, did nothing.
I hope the serial baby raping bastard is burning in hell, and the Devil uses him for a bitch!
The Ole Dog!
US war crimes then and now.
George H. W. Bush (1991). A “statesman” and “American hero”? What a lie!
George W. Bush declares war on Afghanistan (2001)
George W. Bush and Tony Blair wage war on Iraq (2003),
Barack Obama’s fake “counterterrorism” war against the people of Libya, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, (2011-2017),
Trump’s war against Iraq and Syria (2017-
The list is long…
When George H.W. Bush was president he ordered the massacre of Iraqi soldiers after the ceasefire in 1991, and after he had promised them safe passage out of Kuwait. This article, which went viral after the war, exposed Bush as a mass murderer and war criminal, directly involved in the “Highway of Death.” He is a “hero” only to Big Oil and the Wall Street financial empire. This account was assembled by the author and presented by her at a tribunal examining U.S. war crimes. It is still cited around the world on anniversaries of this war.
I want to give testimony on what are called the “highways of death.” These are the two Kuwaiti roadways, littered with remains of 2,000 mangled Iraqi military vehicles, and the charred and dismembered bodies of tens of thousands of Iraqi soldiers, who were withdrawing from Kuwait on February 26th and 27th 1991 in compliance with UN resolutions.
U.S. planes trapped the long convoys by disabling vehicles in the front, and at the rear, and then pounded the resulting traffic jams for hours. “It was like shooting fish in a barrel,” said one U.S. pilot. The horror is still there to see.
On the inland highway to Basra is mile after mile of burned, smashed, shattered vehicles of every description – tanks, armored cars, trucks, autos, fire trucks, according to the March 18, 1991, Time magazine. On the sixty miles of coastal highway, Iraqi military units sit in gruesome repose, scorched skeletons of vehicles and men alike, black and awful under the sun, says the Los Angeles Times of March 11, 1991. While 450 people survived the inland road bombing to surrender, this was not the case with the 60 miles of the coastal road. There for 60 miles every vehicle was strafed or bombed, every windshield is shattered, every tank is burned, every truck is riddled with shell fragments. No survivors are known or likely. The cabs of trucks were bombed so much that they were pushed into the ground, and it’s impossible to see if they contain drivers or not. Windshields were melted away, and huge tanks were reduced to shrapnel.
“Even in Vietnam I didn’t see anything like this. It’s pathetic,” said Major Bob Nugent, an Army intelligence officer. This one-sided carnage, this racist mass murder of Arab people, occurred while White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater promised that the U.S. and its coalition partners would not attack Iraqi forces leaving Kuwait. This is surely one of the most heinous war crimes in contemporary history.
The Iraqi troops were not being driven out of Kuwait by U.S. troops as the Bush administration maintains. They were not retreating in order to regroup and fight again. In fact, they were withdrawing, they were going home, responding to orders issued by Baghdad, announcing that it was complying with Resolution 660 and leaving Kuwait. At 5:35 p.m. (Eastern standard Time) Baghdad radio announced that Iraq’s Foreign Minister had accepted the Soviet cease-fire proposal and had issued the order for all Iraqi troops to withdraw to positions held before August 2, 1990 in compliance with UN Resolution 660. President Bush responded immediately from the White House saying (through spokesman Marlin Fitzwater) that “there was no evidence to suggest the Iraqi army is withdrawing. In fact, Iraqi units are continuing to fight. . . We continue to prosecute the war.” On the next day, February 26, 1991, Saddam Hussein announced on Baghdad radio that Iraqi troops had, indeed, begun to withdraw from Kuwait and that the withdrawal would be complete that day. Again, Bush reacted, calling Hussein’s announcement “an outrage” and “a cruel hoax.”