Instead of a Democracy in Iraq should we be setting up a Socailist State?

By admin ~ January 17th, 2011 @ 9:24 am
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They don’t seem to be able to grasp the democracy idea why not try something else?
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8 Responses to Instead of a Democracy in Iraq should we be setting up a Socailist State?

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    Hillary is that you again?

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    Government programs will not make them behave.

    The only way the Iraqis will behave like civilized human beings is if they accept basic concepts of civilized society like basic human rights, religious toleration, and the rule of law.

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    Yes, and start them out failing. Great idea.

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    Good idea, but at the end of the day, they have to do it for themselves, no-one can do it for them, they are showing the world that they are not worth the effort, they only have themselves to blame.

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    Send the troops to the border 🙂

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    you really don’t know how economics’s work,… you?,…..

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    I think the flaw in your thinking is when you say “Should we be setting up”.

    thats the problem.,…..who are we to “set up” anything for another country another people, another culture, another religion who cant even agree amongst themselves and have shown they wont simply accept stuff thats shoved down their throats like good little colonials?

    Get real……Colonialism is still alive and the middle east, including iraq is proof evident.

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    another dictator?
    quote from link
    Washington, D.C., 25 February 2003 – The National Security Archive at George Washington University today published on the Web a series of declassified U.S. documents detailing the U.S. embrace of Saddam Hussein in the early 1980’s, including the renewal of diplomatic relations that had been suspended since 1967. The documents show that during this period of renewed U.S. support for Saddam, he had invaded his neighbor (Iran), had long-range nuclear aspirations that would “probably” include “an eventual nuclear weapon capability,” harbored known terrorists in Baghdad, abused the human rights of his citizens, and possessed and used chemical weapons on Iranians and his own people. The U.S. response was to renew ties, to provide intelligence and aid to ensure Iraq would not be defeated by Iran, and to send a high-level presidential envoy named Donald Rumsfeld to shake hands with Saddam (20 December 1983).

    We pretty good at installing dictators.

    note: and where did you get asinine notion that invasion of IRAQ was about Democracy?


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