Iraqi workers and occupation

Iraqi workers and occupation Pt. 4

May 28, 2010

Manifesto of Iraq Freedom Congress (IFC)             The present situation in Iraq and the forces involved   The US war on Iraq has led to the disintegration of the fabric of the civil society in Iraq. This war has unleashed the most reactionary religious and ethnocentric forces against the people of Iraq. Daily social, economic, and cultural life has plunged into an abyss. Iraq needs to rebuild its civil society. The security, livelihood and the basic freedom of the people must be maintained and their right to an informed and free determination of their future regime in Iraq guaranteed.   The present situation in Iraq is the product of the policies of the US, political Islam and the Arab and Kurdish nationalism. The military invasion of Iraq and the subsequent humiliation and submission of the country coupled with the destruction of the most of the country’s infrastructure; both during the economic sanction period and the recent invasion, has given the current occupation much wider dimensions. Without ending the occupation there can be no realistic improvement in the situation.   The social and political impact of the invasion of Iraq and the associated military aggression and violence has unleashed the darkest political and social forces in Iraq and in the region. The invasion and occupation of Iraq has been the singles biggest source of recruitment to the ranks of the political Islam in Iraq and the region. Iraq has turned into a magnet for the political Islam. The West and in particular the US policies…

Iraqi workers and occupation Pt. 3

May 24, 2010

Amjad Ali: Next stage of US occupation – economic colonization of Iraq led by the IMF

Iraqi workers and occupation Pt. 2

May 22, 2010

Amjad Ali: Leaders of factions on the verge of civil war but the people will not participate

Iraqi workers and the occupation

May 21, 2010

Amjad Ali: All the leading parties in Iraq represent factions of the elites