Imperato speaks on Bush, Iraq, and Shia Leader Al-Hakim

Dec. 5, 2006 – “I am very concerned and disturbed to think our President has lost Defense Secretary Rumsfeld, lost complete control of the Republican Congress, and has now capitulated on Iraq to merely to put the Democrats in a bad light. This is a partisan outrage! We placed our troops in harms way to get Saddam Hussein out and to keep the Middle East majority of Sunnis confident that Iran would not control region. Now look what President Bush has allowed to happen.””

In a September 7, 2006 press release, Imperato warned that Shiite leader Khatami could lead to a Shia-Iranian infiltration into Iraq.

“What a sad state of affairs. We spent taxpayer’s money, to the tune of $400 billion, sustain losses of our children to depose Saddam and take control of Shia-Iranian influence in the region, which is partly radical sectarian. Now, our President surrenders on the American and Iraqi people and the brave soldiers only to work with a Shia leader.”

Yesterday President Bush met with Sayyed Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, an Iraqi theologian and politician and the leader of the SCIRI (Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq).

The SCIRI and its military wing the Badr Brigade (now called the Badr Organization), has allegedly been responsible for sectarian violence in Iraq including kidnappings, beating and torturing Sunnis Iraqis, as well as political assassinations.

Imperato was also upset that President Bush would not meet in bilateral talks with Iranian Leader Ahmadinejad; yet, he chose to meet with al-Hakim.

This is a man who played a leading role in the Safar Intifada and was exiled to Iran.

While there, he founded the SCIRI, Iraq’s largest political party in the Iraqi National Assembly with deep Iranian-Shia roots.

“These events should lead to censure and possibly Impeachment. The administration’s top policy officials should pay the price,” stated Imperato. “I am offended and outraged our leaders would be so incompetent. A vote for Imperato in 2008 will make a difference. This Republican-Democratic closed system in the U.S.A. is in huge trouble. It has no foreign policy coherence and no discernible diplomacy.”

“Now let our troops out of harms way. This is enough, and enough is enough. Please people our leadership is lost and our troops in trouble. This move by Bush is a disastrous consideration. He is weak and has had his day; now he is on his way out. Please protect our troops and call out for Imperato to meet the Bush Administration to act now before it’s too late. I may have a key to the solution to give the American people a chance in Iraq and the region. Let me try to prove myself through the help of your voices.”

About Daniel Imperato (www.daniel2008.com )

Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, was a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization ( www.imperiali.org ). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.

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