posted on Feb, 2 2008 @ 03:13 PM
reply to post by semperfortis
I'm sorry for I came back.
Had to answer. No I don't want to reverse any of those already happened events, and I can't reverse Iraq 'liberation' either.
I hope you are right - that Iraq will become better, and that the whole event wouldn't be 'out from the pan into the fire'-scenario. You correctly
pointed out that I have doubts about legality of elections there. And I have doubts about the emergence of democracy also. It is of course an 'new
democracy' and very volatile. But I can't help my self with the feeling, maybe I should go see a doctor?
How much do you think that government represents people?
I give you two examples, but you can figure out more by yourself if you want to argue:
1) Despite the fact that Iraq government wants allied troops to stay in Iraq, man on the street gets the impression that most Iraqis want troops to
2) Despite the fact that US/British/etc. governments wants the troop to stay and secure Iraq, many(if not majority) of the citizens of previous
countries wants the troops out and Iraqi's to decide about their fate by themselves.
Oh well, I guess those evil Arabs from other countries would interfere with Iraq if allied troops were to leave? In that case we could allow authorize
Most countries have had civil wars after all. What I see here, is that now that this civil war has been artificially subdued, it may lay dormant until
the troops leave and then erupt again, and we would be back to the begin. Well, I guess the course of action has already been chosen, and all I can do
is criticize that, and you can always have your opinions as well.
Thank you for your input.