Tlar Comment - This report from me will counter everything you will see and have seen on you evening news. The ISIS is being soundly beaten. The mop up of this group will be ongoing for most likely a very long time.
They are a terrorist group and unless every one of them is killed the group will just re-appear again blowing up cars. It is the way of the middle eastern life.
Their ability to put together a large army in the future will be hampered as they will be chased forever much like al-Qeada, but they will end up in the status of much smaller ranks.
The Peshmerga has stopped their movement south to Bagdad. Many of the cities they had walked into unopposed have been retaken by Iraqi forces.
Remember, it was the Iraqi army who abandoned those positions, most acting under orders from their command. That allowed this to happen. 200 thousand men of the regular Iraqi were told to evacuate and leave their posts.
They were told to wear civilian cloths and walk away taking with them nothing, no guns, now supplies and no vehicles leaving those articles behind for the ISIS to pick up. 3 of the top generals responsible in these areas that were abandoned have already asked for asylum in the US.
We will get the bottom of this situation and how it happened, and I assure you of that. I can also assure you that Maliki's dirty hands will be found all over this crisis.
As I have said in previous emails, is just my speculation at this time, but I believe it happened based on direct orders from Maliki in an attempt to create a crisis of a big enough magnitude as to force parliament to call for a state of emergency, stopping the election process dead in its tracks and giving him complete control of the country.
Parliament was wise to this guy from the beginning. They would not give it to him. Instead they demanded the government to resign. Next he attempted to approach the court to get these same special powers. They tuned him down (not yet reported in the news).
Chalabi today called Maliki's government inept and corrupt, and yesterday Chalabi called for Maliki's resignation in a news article. The NA itself has called upon the SOL to un-nominate Maliki so they can form the new government now.
Although not officially announced, I am sure it will be Chalabi as I have been saying for over a year.
Reports that Maliki has been injured or killed are circulating but nothing is confirmed. The word is out that the federal court has verified the election results but that to has not come out in an article yet.
So in the next few days the many reporters in this country, guys like Heraldo Rivera who just today said Iraq has been lost, will be seen back peddling somewhat.
Hang in everyone. This will get very interesting by Monday of next week. I believe the new parliament will be seated by then and quickly begin the work of putting the government together.
Tomorrow we should start to see positive reporting on the ground in Iraq that is more accurate of what's really taking place.
We are in the last chapter of this book. So relax and savior this moment in our investment.
Iraq is in the process of birthing a new democracy right before our eyes. tlar