Sep 17

Operation Whitesnake: The Next Iraq Invasion

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Operation Whitesnake: The Next Iraq Invasion

By Ian Marsden

I don’t know where I’m going
But, I sure know where I’ve been
Hanging on the promises
In songs of yesterday
And I’ve made up my mind,
I ain’t wasting no more time

And here I go again on my own
Going down the only road I’ve ever known,
Like a drifter I was born to walk alone
And I’ve made up my mind
I ain’t wasting no more time
But, here I go again.
Here I go again.

Some might mistake these lines as the lyrics to Whitesnake’s hit “Here I Go Again”, but in reality, this verse is the United States’ policy towards Iraq. According to an exclusive interview with General David Coverdale, the United States’ Military intends to keep its promise of bringing peace and democracy to Iraq.

When asked how this would be achieved, the General candidly admitted that he did not know. In regards to allies, he confessed there would be no significant allies performing any significant action, because “the United States is a drifter, born to invade other countries alone.”

General Coverdale went onto say that he is well aware of the United States’ lack of success during previous invasions; however, he commented, “the military has made up its mind and we ain’t wasting no more time. Into Iraq, we will go again.” When asked, why an invasion, why not some other strategy? He responded, “We are doing this, because it’s the only road, we have ever known.”

When asked when the military would invade, General Coverdale said it would be in the “Still of the Night.”



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