posted on Jun, 24 2004 @ 07:47 PM
It's kind of like a football match.
America vs Iraq in football.
Since the Iraqis only have two players on the field agains 20 Americans, it's a little unfair, but then again, the Iraqis are not playing according
to the rules. When there is a chance the Iraqis may purposely kick an American in the head, or throw sand in his face, and of course the spectators
get upset about this from the American side, cause that's a foul according to their standards... But who cares, cause they are playing 20 against 2
Actually, the Americans were not even invited to the game, they just forced a game cause they were bullies and wanted to.
To even out a little, the Iraqis put mines on the playground, to get rid of some of the opponents, that's foul again, so the spectators rave over the
injustice, American players retreat and send in bomb planes to get rid of the opposition once and for all.
Little did they know that when they killed those two last Iraqis, they made another four really upset and come and join the game.
Of course, by this time the actual football has been lying still and untouched for quite a long time as all the focus is put on breaking the rules by
the Iraqis as they still have no chance to play against 20 Americans.
And so the story goes.
To state myself clearly, I'm not FOR this game at all. As a spectator I just encourage the audience to look at it for what it is.
I remember this football game started with a "Shock & Awe" by the Americans btw. I see no reason why the Iraqis couldn't use a little "Shock &
Awe" themselves. Be realistic.