posted on Jun, 3 2004 @ 05:04 PM
My bad FreeWorld,
My realistic view is this, and I appreciate you being considerate, thank you.
The only way to end this war on terror, is the same way we defeated the Russians in the cold war. We told everybody else in the world that capitalism
is the only way to go. The idea is to get Iraq bursting with Iraqi pride and freedom. When the people of Iraq are free, just as we are, the people
of Iraq will not desire to join in any terrorist activity. Some could debate this and I could see some arguing, but not for long.
Within time, the other countries of the middle east would have to follow suit, that is the way of history.
First, America was free, then came England, then France, then Spain and so on until Russia could not go on any further. So the idea is to get Iraq to
be free so that they will want to concentrate on terrorists in their own country.
Terrorism spreads the same way communism and capitalism spreads, by people spreading the ideas. The reason freedom
(capitalism or true freedom) always wins is that with true freedom, people just don't feel like going out to die even if they think they will get 20
virgins for it. They would rather play their playstations and drink beer.
Invading Iraq was sound strategy for defeating terrorism, just as spreading the ideas of capitalism was in the 60's 70's and 80's.
Unfortunately this will ultimately lead to a one world nation that is so popular around here, but I will tell you this about Bush;
an old friend of mine is an old weightlifting friend of Bush, this is someone I know and trust, he told me that there is no evil behind the scenes at
all but that Bush is just plain mad at Al-Quida and the likes of them. He told me that he knew things behind the scenes that he couldn't even tell
me. He did say this though, "there is a definite need to get Saddam out of there."
Believe me or not, but I appreciate you taking the time to discuss.
And if any replies, please keep on the same level of seriousness as previous posts, no moron this tyrant that.