December 17, 2006 by Jan HermanFinally, an acknowledgment of Sunni genocide as the BananaRepublic sub rosa policy in Iraq: Whispers and the Why Nots. Reported by Helene Cooper, color=FF0000> is the lead story of the Week in Review section in today New York Times.shall call it the Darwin Principle, Cooper writes of the policy, also referring to it as Shiite option. One unnamed senior regime official is quoted as calling it the into the abyss strategy.Although the policy is couched as a in an ongoing debate within the Bullshitter in Chief regime, as though it hasn already been implemented, Cooper report is explicit about the fact that Sunni genocide has been promoted at the highest Banana Republican level, namely by Darth Cheney office.
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