posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 10:25 AM
I agree that reparation should be made for the damage done to the infrastructure of Iraq by both American AND UK forces. I also think that the US and
UK governments should NOT be the ones to pay for it. The ones who ought to pay for it are the US and UK based contractors who have gained business
from the war, the insurance frauds that went along with it, and so on and so forth, and the private parties (Bush and his buddies, and Blair and his
pals) who actualy benifited from that war.
The US hasnt benifited one iota from that fight, creating as it did more terrorists than it killed, and for the same reason, it hasnt benifited the
UK either. Futhermore it has in the opinion of those who love liberty and wish thier governments to respect the liberty of other nations, destroyed
the image of both governments in the eyes of the very best of thier own people. Now a freedom loving person would rather crap razor blades, and vomit
molten rock than do a damn thing for either government, apart maybe, from removing the ruling parties completely and starting afresh.
The real instigators of this event should be the ones to pay for it. The right wingers who let it all happen while rubbing thier hands together, and
circle jerking round thier stock options should probably pay a bit too. Anyone who gained a buck, when they should have been loosing thier lives for
treason, should pay for it, either with thier money or thier life.
However, most know all too well that taking money from someone who has the organisational capacity and the outright hatefulness to pull off the
instigation of an illegal war, probably has great ways of hiding the proceeds of that battle, and therefore its going to be extremely difficult to get
them to pay up.
I think its pretty deplorable that the law doesnt allow every cent earned from that war to be absorbed by the collection fund and ploughed back into
Iraq to help rebuild those vital infrastructural elements that have been damaged during the occupation,and to rebuild the lives of those who remained
when the dust had settled.