posted on Jun, 11 2003 @ 09:44 PM
Lookit, people, Saddam had his finger in the terror scene and he was the easiest target to take out while being large enough to get world attention.
Were it not for the oil in that region, we wouldn't have a concern what went on there. There was no benevolent "Save the children" motive behind
the liberation of Iraq, that just sounded humane. You know it, I know it, everyone knows it.
Byrd, this nation is supposed to be a Judeo-Christian society, but the federal government is supposed to be neutral in its dealings, as was stated in
Tripoli a long time ago. Also, I can't imagine our den of vipers and thieves in D.C. doing anything in the guise of religious motives. Money and
power is their religion.
Africa. What would one expect to be done? Send the U.S. in and all that will happen is it will get mired in a mess. Besides, our troops have to be
free to pursue the war on terror and do whatever else the U.N. may demand its strongest military member to do.
Which leads to the U.N. It can go in and watch the killing just like it did in Rwanda. 1.1 million lives later and you still want the U.N. to solve
the crisis in Africa? Really.
Africa is killing itself off through disease and eternal warfare, while at the same time the environment is being destroyed by the backward ways they
refuse to leave behind.
The continent that has held our imaginations for so long is dying, and all the west is going to do is send them condoms, grain and powdered milk.
A little ray of sunshine tonight, ain't I?