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Iran and the Iraqi political monopoly.

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posted on Apr, 25 2003 @ 11:54 AM
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The Iranian people are known to have crucial relations with the Iraqi people. Many things in history and in culture have set them at difference with one another. One of those things is the battles for supremecy. The battle lines for supremecy are held within all affairs. One of those battle lines is the political battlefield. The people of Iran know that the Shia populations could at any day now be exiled and removed from their homes by outraged and fueding clans. The tribalism of Iraq has lost much of it's activity due to Saddam's ruthless regime, but now the clans are free to fight again. Already we have militia leaders forming bias and making demands.

The Iranian government is also making demands. Those demands are that political parties in Iraq should be set up, but that they should not have an over-whelming voice. In other words the Iranians either want something fair or communist. Well, life isn't fair and we all know that. So why expect to get fair game in Iraq??????

Well Iran does. And Iran will make sure that they get what they want. The Iranian government is building the waves of opposition within Iraq, and they hope to drive the forces out of Iraq so their forces can come in. The only way Iraq will ever become free is if we stop the subversion and terror coming from Iran.




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