Monday, October 01, 2018

Editorial: Hero needs to be locked up

Looks who's back.  It's lying Hero!

no hero

RUDAW reports:

Hero Ibrahim Ahmed, widow of former Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and a member of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) politburo, says she supports the selection of a single candidate by Kurdish MPs in Baghdad for the position of Iraqi president.

Her comments late on Sunday echo those of Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) leader Masoud Barzani.

Both parties are currently fielding candidates: the KDP’s Fuad Hussein and the PUK’s Barham Salih.

Salih resigned from his fledgling Coalition for Democracy and Justice (CDJ) on September 19 to rejoin the PUK.

Instead of speaking, she'd should be in prison for deceiving the Iraqi people.  Her husband had a stroke and could not carry out the duties of his office but, for over 18 months there was Hero, lying daily so she could remain First Lady.

Hero lied and Iraq had no president because Jalal couldn't fulfill his duties.

Dropping back to the July 22, 2014 Iraq snapshot:

December 2012,  Iraqi President Jalal Talabani suffered a stroke.   The incident took place late on December 17, 2012 following Jalal's argument with Iraq's prime minister and chief thug Nouri al-Maliki (see the December 18, 2012 snapshot).  Jalal was admitted to Baghdad's Medical Center Hospital.    Thursday, December 20, 2012, he was moved to Germany.  He remained in Germany until last weekend. 

Amid continuing political deadlock in Iraq, the selection of the country’s next president remains mired in confusion despite the return of incumbent president Jalal Talabani from medical treatment abroad on Saturday.
Reports say that Iraq’s Kurdish parties were unable to agree on the nomination of a single candidate for the presidency over the weekend, despite expectations that a parliamentary session to confirm the choice will take place on Wednesday.
The Iraqi presidency, a largely ceremonial post, is reserved for a member of the country’s Kurdish minority under an informal agreement that emerged during attempts to form a new government in the wake of the 2003 US-led invasion of the country.

What the law demanded was that Hero tell the truth.  Instead, she lied.  She risked the state of Iraq for her own personal gain.  She shouldn't be speaking today.  She should never speak publicly again.  She should be shunned for the lying trash that she is.

While she was lying, Nouri al-Maliki's actions were helping create ISIS.


Illustration is Isaiah's THE WORLD TODAY JUST NUTS "No Hero."

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