Thursday, May 24, 2007

And again... "What have the Kagans been Wrong about Now?"

This is a bit of a repeat, but just to drive the point home:

Fred Kagan, Surge Author/SCA Chapter President, wrote in the New York Daily News on Monday:

Though you may be getting the opposite impression from news reports, the sectarian violence that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi had unleashed by destroying the Samarra Mosque in February 2006 has subsided. Measured weekly, sectarian killings are down by almost two-thirds since the start of the Baghdad security plan.

Meanwhile, in reality:

More than three months into a U.S.-Iraqi security offensive designed to curtail sectarian violence in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq, Health Ministry statistics show that such killings are rising again.

From the beginning of May until Tuesday, 321 unidentified corpses, many dumped and showing signs of torture and execution, have been found across the Iraqi capital, according to morgue data provided by a Health Ministry official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to release the information. The data showed that the same number of bodies were found in all of January, the month before the launch of the Baghdad security plan.

These people should be pointed toward and laughed at the rest of their lives.

So, for Fred...

No change.

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