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What is your opinoin of the War on Terrorism?

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    end of story hmmm until some one flies another jet into a big building.......


    or some one tries to set his shoes on fire....

    or some one blows up a state building (again)


    You may want to kick ass, but are you a soldier?-guess not the way you have been posting.

    Oh yes, Nuke them-that would be smart!--think about this one.Please.


    I am in UK-no not in Bush's pocket, but with my own mind.

    I am with you in that war can bring peace, but careful yes?


    It is not really Saddam bollox name, it is the whole region that can be brought into chaos.


    Then nobody would have Oil. It would all be on fire.Then we ALL lose.

    And, you know the funny thing here? Even though Brian says I 'sux' that was REALLY funny about putting the sniper in IRAQ. Liked that, maybe there is hope for Brian after all.
    Such is life.

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    end of story hmmm until some one flies another jet into a big building.......
    I doubt that! Theres a saying in america and it goes a lil something like this. "F#$% me once your falut BUT if you F%$# twice my fault.

    AM i a soldier? I have asked myself that same question for years. Even though I can't answer that question because of security reasons... we'll leave it at just that. I am everywhere, i may not even be American.

    I want peace more than anyone else but the way to get rid of a bully is to NUKE his AZZ!

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    Not necesarily. You do that and everyone wil be against you. Especially if you don't have a really good reason to nuke em

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    BTW...

    ?Como Esta en UK?
    Bien o Mal?

    ?Adios y Hasta Luego, cocodrillo!?

    You never really know!
    Later and pls INCREASE THE PEACE!

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    I agree that Saddam Hussein is not the best leader of Iraq for the people of Iraq or for the people of the United States or anywhere else in the world, for that matter; however, I have some questions about whether invading Iraq is in the United States' and the world's best interests. First of all, every attempt should be made at a peaceful solution: Saddam should allow U.N. weapons inspectors back into his country, even into his palaces. If the people of Iraq themselves rise up in opposition to Saddam Hussein someday, we should definitely provide them a firm backing.

    Unfortunately, as much as many people would like to remove potentially and previously dangerous dictators and regimes, it may not be diplomatically or security feasable. I can picture an invasion of Iraq fanning the flames of extreme Islamic terrorism. A more subtle approach may have the benefit of winning support of the average Arab--if such a thing is possible. The key to the United States' and other Western nations' security is to earn the trust and respect of the Arab populace. By this, the cries of Islamic extremists and jihadists would increasingly fall upon deaf ears and lose the sentiment of the Middle-Eastern peoples. It is true, though, that before such a sentiment can form people like Saddam Hussein cannot be in power.

    Zewu wrote:

    War is not the answer. It's not a coincidence that the previous American president Jimmy Carter receives Nobel's peace award this year. Peace, love and understanding.
    Nor is it any coincidence that President Jimmy Carter has gone down in history as one of America's least liked recent (relatively speaking) presidents.

    correlcj wrote:

    I want peace more than anyone else but the way to get rid of a bully is to NUKE his AZZ!
    I hope/assume you are kidding. Nuclear war is the worst possible solution.

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    This is something that should have been done a long time ago. Do you think our military and the economy is tired of all this? Wouldn't it be simple to drop the bomb on them like nakasaki?
    I don't disagree with anyones opinion here. Hell, i support it just as much as i support our wonderful nation. Why not shoot for peace? Until then Hail To The United States and lets kick some AZZ!
    PEACE OUT!
    Well ass**** you dont mid killing innocent civilians.. Well fine remove Sadam from power that is fine.. but who the hell are you to take the lives out of innocent civilian.. Would you agree if other nations atacked US civilians and killed your mother and other relations.. you ass*** you better mind your words.. If you dont care about other opinion so do i...

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    Originally posted by correlcj
    Yes! But the UN is supporting USA. It's not just the USA who should be concerned but everyone who stands by and lets these Adolf Hitler's run the country. We are United, meaning the whole world is united to defeat this terrorist once and for all!

    I long for peace but these aren't peaceful times with men in power whom believe in peace, am I right or not?

    Increase the peace!!!!!


    Well what the hell is the UN... It was created by the US.. and the US spends millions on it fine........ But most of all the UN was created to conteoll the word superpowers like china, russia etc etc by giving them some dummy power called the VETO......... Well now aAmerica talks about bypassig the UN... So what powers does the UN have execpt that it is a puppet in the hands of the US.... Well again here we see double talking US come into picture....

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    We have to do something about Iraq, Saddam is a threat; We can't just ignore it.

    We may be tired, we may not like it, and we me be hated, spat on, and mocked for it; But we must do it.
    Osama was and still is a threat, just like Saddam still will be when you've killed many innocent iraqis. As for being spat on, mocked etc.. that's because you talk absolute .......... hence the above.

    a key issue... bush is a puppet and he never gets his man.

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    u guys might wanna research on how sadam got his power or where he got his weapons, i'm not gonna say anything cause i'm just gonna get stuck in another argument. just do some research on how iraq came to be what it is today...(maybe on who supplied iraq with weapons during the iran-iraq war and what happend to these weapons)
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    red, that has nothing to do with the current state. If you were a teacher who had a student and that student turned into a mass murderer does it make it your fault? Should you not call for that student's imprisonment? why do you try so hard to divert attention from the real question by shifting blame?
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    I wonder if a war against Iraq will really help. It probably will cost a lot of lifes and it is not guaranteed that Saddam will be killed. And if Saddam will be killed, then there is a chance of getting someone else with the same ideas becoming leader of Iraq.

    Besides this a war against Iraq could be quite dangerous for the whole middle-east. I think that the war would extend to other countries, like Israel. So there would get so many lives get lost, just because of getting rid of Saddam.

    Also a war against Iraq with losing a lot of Iraq lives would make the anti-western, mainly anti-American, feelings in the Arabian world stronger.

    >Nuclear war is the worst possible solution.

    I agree. The world should have learned from the results of dropping nuclear bombs in WWII. That would cause more pain to the people of Iraq than Saddam currently does, which is not what we want.

    >bush is a puppet and he never gets his man.

    I don't know about that, but with his use of war-language he is feeding anti-USA-feelings and putting the USA in an isolement. I hope and I think most of the USA-citizens know better.

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    Also a war against Iraq with losing a lot of Iraq lives would make the anti-western, mainly anti-American, feelings in the Arabian world stronger.
    From what I've seen, nothing can help that situation. The main reason being of course Israel.

    Facts:

    -The US is the only nation that defends Israel
    -If not for the US, Arab nations would immediately attack Israel.
    -These facts are not going to change, nothing in Iraq will change that for good or bad. For example... Kuwait. We came to their aid, and they all hate again. Why? Israel. simple as that.

    There will always be rants about the evils that America does but the reality is it's only Israel that they hate us for. And it's religious reasons that they hate Israel. So this all boils down to Arab religion breeding hatred for the United States and nothing that the US has done wrong.
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    Originally posted by FillYourBrain
    From what I've seen, nothing can help that situation. The main reason being of course Israel.

    Facts:

    -The US is the only nation that defends Israel
    -If not for the US, Arab nations would immediately attack Israel.
    -These facts are not going to change, nothing in Iraq will change that for good or bad. For example... Kuwait. We came to their aid, and they all hate again. Why? Israel. simple as that.

    There will always be rants about the evils that America does but the reality is it's only Israel that they hate us for. And it's religious reasons that they hate Israel. So this all boils down to Arab religion breeding hatred for the United States and nothing that the US has done wrong.
    u think us has done nothing wrong??? obviously someone doesn't know what their talking about, this thread is getting out of control just like the "i am god" thread, i dunno why i even come here
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    I am just not willing to accept the absurd notion that America is evil and has an evil foreign policy. And yes, I believe that every nation has made mistakes. But nothing that they or Israel have done can justify this unconditional hatred.

    "American foreign policy" is often a reason without specific example. That's not very intelligent.
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    Originally posted by Fountain

    And, you know the funny thing here? Even though Brian says I 'sux' that was REALLY funny about putting the sniper in IRAQ. Liked that, maybe there is hope for Brian after all.
    Since when was sucking a bad thing?

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