Jason Ditz


Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the second fake U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, why the MSM doesn’t seem to notice the renaming of combat brigades to “transitional troops,” the evidence of a substantial residual U.S. presence (air bases, Vatican-sized embassy, proposed State Department private army), the Obama administration’s attempt to broker a deal – any deal – to get Iraq’s government together and how Iraq’s escalating violence amid the political stalemate bodes ill for the future.

MP3 here. (20:48)

Jason Ditz is managing news editor of Antiwar.com.

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  1. I can tell you people have never had any experience outside of Texas from the comments you make. The deal with Sistani was that the foreigners all of them would be out by 2011. Now you say that they are going to stay beyond 2011. To do this the US Army needs a UN recognised government to sign a SOFA deal with. Sistani has absolutely no intention of allowing any government to form before 2011, non whatsoever. If the US don't pull out then he will claim they have reneged on their agreement and call for a popular revolution. If the US install a dictator Sistani will call the government illegal and call for a popular revolution. The very last thing Sistani is going to do is to allow a corrupt bunch of US hand picked lick spittles to do is give them the power to negotiate a SOFA. It is as simple as that. Obama can send him all the letters Sistani all the letters he wants and all he will get back is inquiries about the 2011 pull out.

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