posted on Sep, 19 2005 @ 09:31 PM
Jebus! That’s absolutely outrageous! If those soldiers were being held for suspicion, the British can’t simply get them out of there with force.
Soldiers killing government officials of another nation is an act of war. While Britain and Iraq is still in a state of war, depending on how you look
at it, attacking in that manner just doesn’t look good when it’s in the middle of a “peace making” process. Because of that, Britain should
have proven their boys innocent, as opposed to committing a hostile act out of desperation, as they did.
I think there’s more to the story and that something’s being overlooked. If not, then in time that’s how it’ll appear, when cover-ups are in
place. A nation which isn’t involved in this conflict or the UN itself should send troops over there just to monitor what allied forces are doing,
and making sure there’s not some crazy BS going on behind the scenes. Considering reports such as this one, I think there’s good reason to suspect
something’s wrong, and to go ahead and do that.
If say Russia sent 50,000 troops to Iraq to shadow allied movements, and to guard locations such as police stations, who’s gonna stop them? Iraq
isn’t exactly sovereign at the moment, so they could do show up if they wished. Something tells me things might calm down a bit over there, if such
a deployment were to occur. I wonder why none of the nations that are against the US being in Iraq has considered this....I guess they just don't
wanna risk getting involved in combat against the terrorists, and how hypocritical it would be of them to deploy in Iraq themselves. *sigh*
I know I would feel alot better if the UN would go there and keep an eye on things...