posted on Apr, 5 2006 @ 03:15 AM
I'm as right-wing as it gets, yet I feel as if Iraq should have been left as it was. Considering Saddam was in power for 35 years, is it any wonder
why they ( Iraqis ) see him in a different light? We did'nt remove an evil leader by their means, we removed an abusive man with a belt. What is
freedom for an Iraq who is 35 years old? Even societies we consider evil have a certain structure that they are built around. We may see it as odd,
yet to them we are odd. When they see a man who was a terror to them for 35 years, a man who twirled his society to fit his mold, those who dispised
him feel as if their ex-leader should not be tried on his own soil. It's a shock that eventually leads to a void. What forms in void is a mystery
within this Iraqi world and the wind blows in every direction on a day to day neverending begining of nothing.
By the way, I like the choice of music on your site. It's been a while since I heard Peter Murphy, etc. What, no Dragnet Drag?