01 dicembre 2005

National Strategy for Victory In Iraq

“The United States has no intention of determining the precise form of Iraq’s new government. That choice belongs to the Iraqi people. Yet, we will ensure that one brutal dictator is not replaced by another. All Iraqis must have a voice in the new government, and all citizens must have their rights protected.

Rebuilding Iraq will require a sustained commitment from many nations, including our own: we will remain in Iraq as long as necessary, and not a day more.”

– President George W. Bush
February 26, 2003



Ieri 30 Novembre 2005 il Presidente ha presentato il documento National Strategy for Victory in Iraq. Sostanzialmente è un rapporto dettagliato contenente gli obiettivi da raggiungere e le modalità tramite cui raggiungerli.
Dopo la risoluzione votata al Senato da un'ampia maggioranza,compresi quasi tutti i Senatori Repubblicani, è una bella risposta del Presidente che si dimostra sempre più coraggioso e determinato nel volere una piena vittoria della Libertà e Democrazia in Iraq. A chi gli chiedeva,calendario alla mano, le date e i numeri del rientro delle truppe il presidente Bush ha detto seccamente che "nessuna guerra è mai stata vinta col calendario". Ed è esattamente quello che ha ribadito ai cadetti della Marina Americana: "fin quando sarò il Comandante-in-Capo l'America non lascerà l'Iraq in mano a dei terroristi assassini". Ne va della stessa sicurezza nazionale degli Stati Uniti, come il Presidente ricorda costantemente ai Democratici che continuano a perseguire il gioco politico irresponsabile del chiedere il ritiro o il calendario del ritiro un giorno si e l'altro pure. Con la conseguenza di demoralizzare gli Americani in patria,ma soprattutto i soldati in Iraq che si sentono osteggiati e traditi da esternazioni irrispettose del grande lavoro che stanno facendo assieme agli amici Iracheni.
Il Presidente ha poi fornito ulteriori informazioni sui nemici e i loro obbiettivi. Da conservare e incorniciare per ricordare contro cosa si scontra la nascente Democrazia Irachena.

“OUR ENEMIES AND THEIR GOALS”

1. The enemy in Iraq is a combination of rejectionists, Saddamists, and terrorists affiliated with or inspired by Al Qaida. These three groups share a common opposition to the elected Iraqi government and to the presence of Coalition forces, but otherwise have separate and to some extent incompatible goals.

2. Rejectionists are the largest group. They are largely Sunni Arabs who have not embraced the shift from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq to a democratically governed state. Not all Sunni Arabs fall into this category. But those that do are against a new Iraq in which they are no longer the privileged elite. Most of these rejectionists opposed the new constitution, but many in their ranks are recognizing that opting out of the democratic process has hurt their interests.

3. We judge that over time many in this group will increasingly support a democratic Iraq provided that the federal government protects minority rights and the legitimate interests of all communities.

4. Saddamists and former regime loyalists harbor dreams of reestablishing a Ba’athist dictatorship and have played a lead role in fomenting wider sentiment against the Iraqi government and the Coalition.

5. We judge that few from this group can be won over to support a democratic Iraq, but that this group can be marginalized to the point where it can and will be defeated by Iraqi forces.

6. Terrorists affiliated with or inspired by Al Qaida make up the smallest enemy group but are the most lethal and pose the most immediate threat because (1) they are responsible for the most dramatic atrocities, which kill the most people and function as a recruiting tool for further terrorism and (2) they espouse the extreme goals of Osama Bin Laden, chaos in Iraq which will allow them to establish a base for toppling Iraq’s neighbors and launching attacks outside the region and against the U.S. homeland.

7. The terrorists have identified Iraq as central to their global aspirations. For that reason, terrorists and extremists from all parts of the Middle East and North Africa have found their way to Iraq and made common cause with indigenous religious extremists and former members of Saddam’s regime. This group cannot be won over and must be defeated, killed or captured, through sustained counterterrorism operations.

8. There are other elements that threaten the democratic process in Iraq, including criminals and Shi’a religious extremists, but we judge that such elements can be handled by Iraqi forces alone and/or assimilated into the political process in the short term.

Per scaricare il documento completo basta cliccare sull'immagine in alto.

2 Comments:

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