Maps of Iraq

Peter Loud

Ooops, it was an easy mistake.

Map of Iraq

These maps have been developed from the
Digital Map of The World, DMW 1

Detailed Maps

It's a pity these are just screen dumps of around 800 x 1000 pixels, when they are done full size all the detail comes out, they are fantastic,
(but that's commercial and costs money ;-(

Satellite Images from Space Imaging

  • Satellite image of Central Baghdad
  • Really nice city, Eh?
    This was taken before B&B's courageous forces rained 1,000 cruise missiles and thousands of laser/GPS guided bombs on the city. What do you think it looks like now?

    Credit: © Copyright Space Imaging.
    All rights reserved. Online and news media distribution or publishing requires permission from Space Imaging.

    Hi Guys,

    Bit of a mess out there, eh?

    Since Bush & his pet poodle Blair sent their international terrorists out there in their quest to get control of Iraqi oil approaching a million Iraqis have died as a result of the invasion. Bush, Cheney & Blair have more blood on their hands than Saddam Hussein had.

    Most people will say that G. W. Bush is the worst president that the USA ever had, but not everyone. Most Americans will believe that G.W. was put in by the American people, in reality he was put there by the US oil companies. They provided his campaign money which persuaded people to vote for him. The US public were simply suckers taken in by the US oil company campaign money. In the eyes of the oil companies G.W. has done, and is still doing, a great job. Oil prices are at a record high and the US oil companies have made record profits at a time when other companies are having a severe downturn. Cheney has done just as well for his old company. Haliburton has received many billions of $$ of military contracts, often without bidding. The Iraq invasion has cost the US taxpayer around $545,000,000,000, (June 2008), that could have been a lot of health care and education for US, (or reduced taxes and money in their pocket).

    This war has done a great deal to help the 'enemies' of the US. The high oil prices have made Iran, Russia, Venezuela etc.etc much richer and more powerful. Before the Iraq war Al Qaeda was a few hundred terrorists living in the mountains of Afghanistan who had been lucky enough to have a major success with 9/11. There wasn't one Al Qaeda fighter in Irag, Saddam kept them out. Now Al Qaeda has many thousands of battle-hardened fighters scattered around the world.

    After 9/11 almost every person on this earth sympathised with the USA, now the only countries who like the USA are Israel, South Korea, and oddly enough, Nigeria. Thanks to G.W. the USA is the World's pariah.

    Let's hope that Obama can win back some of the respect that the USA once had.


    Pete Loud

    The current number of civilian reported killed:
    For more details check out Iraq Body Count

    Coalition deaths and casualties

    Rumsfeld Backed Saddam Even After Chemical Attacks

    Bush is to Christianity what Bin Laden is to Islam . . .

    Now see how America treats Iraqis,
    Click Here

    After viewing these photos bear in mind that this was one evening in one cell block. Multiply this by a few hundred cell blocks throughout Iraq and Afghanistan and that it was happening night after night for years and you realise it is not a trivial issue. How many events like this were there that were not photographed? What do you know about what goes on in Baghram, in Afghanistan or in Camp Nama, just outside Baghdad? Here is part of the answer, Task Force 6-26.

    Rumsfeld authorised prisoner abuse - The New Yorker

    OK, you American patriots who sit in church thinking that this killing and torturing is acceptable, when you meet your maker how are you going to explain your support for all of this? You are the same as the civilian supporters of the Nazis in the 1930s.

    Remember the prophetic words of Hermann Goering.

    "Why, of course, the people don't want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece? Naturally, the common people don't want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship.... Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country."

    From a taped interview with Hermann Goering by a U.S. Army psychiatrist in 1945

    . . . and Alastair Campbell was to Tony Blair what Goebbels was to Hitler.

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