> The second reason why the dont cheer is because 12 years ago the Americans politicans > decided not to help the Shiites after calling up them to rebel against Saddam
> with the result that Saddam killed a big bunch of them.
This I agree. Bush Sr. should not have listened to Colin Powell at the time. Colin Powell advised 41 to restrain from intervening when the Shiites and Kurts were slaughtered by Saddam's thugs. That was morally wrong, because we'd encouraged the Iraqis to rebel in the first place. Talking about Colin Powell: His performance as the Secretary of State reminds me of a shmoozing salesman who can't close a deal. What has he achieved lately? He insisted on going to the UN (even before our UK ally needed it), only to get sandbagged. He was supposed to convince the Chinese to see the N Korean issue our way. It now looks like he got convinced by the Chinese to see it their way instead. The last straw (I hope) was his version of "shock-and-awe" diplomacy, asking every country to expel Iraqi diplomats (not just the spies). What the heck was that supposed to mean? We ought to win the war first, and let the new Iraqi government decide for itself of its diplomat assignments. I hope he resign or be fired. (Dr. Rice would be an excellent replacement, IMHO.)
Last sentence is correct with the replacement of 'u.s.' with 'Bush'. I was a big fan of Clinton.
But now I will stop posting here and wasting my time. It seems to me that there is no chance that some of my arguments are accepted or at least activate some thinking on your side. Yes I'm a german Frenchman and one of Saddams sons who tries to boost communism through this board.
wallow - are you then retracting your quote:
"There is no cheering Iraq folk beacuse of the US liberators. Why ? Because they are Muslims"
further, do you deny that there are hussain bad boys hidden inside many "secured" towns in iraq and that they are intimidating the locals?
you say that you are not anti - american, yet every chance you get you launch a issue-slanted scud toward the u.s.
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The Europeans dont want this war so nobody is sacrificed for us. Understand ? The poor Amerciand soldiers are sacrificed for Bush and only for Bush !!
The American politicians reproaches Russia for
weapon supply. Nice, they are doing one step after other to slide deeper into the
Dont you see in your patriotic madness how the universal peace is sliding into an extrem danger with this war ? I'm not anti-american or whatever you think, I'm only afraid of this war and the consequences.
The second reason why the dont cheer is because 12 years ago the Americans politicans decided not to help the Shiites after calling up them to rebel against Saddam with the result that Saddam killed a big bunch of them.