domingo, 3 de junio de 2007
Le gouter des Genereaux.
El General Ricardo Sanchez se suma a la lista de generales americanos que ven en Irak un desastre.
"The man who commanded US-led coalition forces during the first year of the Iraq war says the United States can forget about winning the war.
"I think if we do the right things politically and economically with the right Iraqi leadership we could still salvage at least a stalemate, if you will -- not a stalemate but at least stave off defeat," retired Army Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez said in an interview.
Creo que si hacemos las cosas correctas politica y economicamente con un correcto liderazgo iraquí todavía podríamos rescatar unas tablas, si gustas -- No unas tablas, pero por lo menos evitar la derrota" dijo el Teniente General.
Sanchez, in his first interview since he retired last year, is the highest-ranking former military leader yet to suggest the Bush administration has fallen short in Iraq.
"I am absolutely convinced that America has a crisis in leadership at this time," Sanchez told AFP after a recent speech in San Antonio, Texas.
"We've got to do whatever we can to help the next generation of leaders do better than we have done over the past five years, better than what this cohort of political and military leaders have done," adding that he was "referring to our national political leadership in its entirety" - not just President George W. Bush.
Sanchez called the situation in Iraq bleak, which he blamed on "the abysmal performance in the early stages and the transition of sovereignty."
He included himself among those who erred in Iraq's crucial first year after the toppling of the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein."
Durante el mando de Sanchez en Irak se publicó esta foto:
Abu Ghraib: O de como educar con el ejemplo desde la cúspide de la piramide hasta su base. Seguir pregonando 4 años después que la libertad y la democracia son la estrella que guía los actos del estado norteamericano: Freedom is slavery, Ignorance is strength.