posted on Dec, 31 2004 @ 09:23 AM
actually, imma have to agree with Bush on this one, they can't defend themselves. the whole problem is that they have no police or even a military
that'll put their life on the line untill they're simply ambushed from time to time. They don't do much to enforce the laws, but most of it being
that a lot of previous laws have become void, a lot more people feel more free and less concerned about prosecution as they once had. The majority can
be considered like gangbangers in the US. In some cities like Chicago and Los Angeles for instance, the amount of gangbangers outnumbers by a large
margin over the amount of police officers, which is the same situation in Iraq. However, we have an established system where we could track killers
down, and more importantly, we have civillians that are willing to provide information leading to the capture of criminals.
In Iraq, most people just watch these unfortunate events unfold and are too afraid to say anything about it. They fear that they will too be murdered
if they were to open their mouth. That's why they continue to do it, because we can never catch them. Trust me, if the police in Chicago or LA were
like the Iraqi police force, these two cities could easily be overrunned. All it would take is a wealthy supplier, like a former mob boss or such and
a deal with the largest sets by offering weapons and this place could like like Fallujah in no time.
That is if we hadn't ever had a military, which Iraq doesn't either.