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The ever-diminishing Great Britain.
Was that pathetic watching Blair pretend he was part of the peace making moves in the middle east, no it was grotesque.
A high-ranking UN official had already told him that he was not needed in the conversation; imagine with our history in the Middle East this man has reduced us to unwanted bystanders.
America and France put the package together.
Iraq will run, as forecast for maybe a further five to eight years with a consistent inter tribal death toll throughout.
At present the death toll approaches four hundred human beings per week. Let me repeat that 400 hundred human beings die per week in Iraq due to the Blair-Bush illegal invasion.
Iraq is now a hot bed of terrorist activity where as under Saddam there were none.
This labour government proves day by day that they are unfit for purpose and should go, all of them.

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Tell the Kurds, and the thousands of other people put to death during Saddams reign, that there was no terrorism in Iraq!

Wake up........Britain has ceased to have any influence in the World since the end of the second world war!

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So! continuance of killing at a rate of 400 a week is acceptable as an answer to getting rid of Saddam? So what do we do about Zimbabwe, North Korea etc, do we invade do we invade despite UN non-approval.
Have a look at the death toll since the illegal invasion, how many did Saddam kill in his final year opposed to how many have died since the illegal invasion.
If you have the answer I may respect your response.

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If you had been to Iraq and seen how people lived under Saddam.........I might respect your answers!

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And you consider they live better now? Take a wild swing at how many died in the last year of Saddam.
Beyond all this of course we only made the invasion "legal" with claims of WMD and the need to take on terrorism world wide, I travel London Monday to Friday and with millions of others face a bigger risk from bombers than before the invasion.

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If you had been to Iraq and seen how people lived under Saddam.........I might respect your answers!



This would hold water if we were also so desperately honourable as to intervene in the Congo where four million had died.

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If you had been to Iraq and seen how people lived under Saddam.........I might respect your answers!



This would hold water if we were also so desperately honourable as to intervene in the Congo where four million had died.


I've never been to the Congo, so i won't comment on that.
The people causing trouble in Iraq, are those who were so privileged under Saddams regime that they don't want to give up everything.

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[quote This would hold water if we were also so desperately honourable as to intervene in the Congo where four million had died. [/quote]

And Zimbabwe,North Korea,Somalia.no the invasion of Iraq was too cynical for words and by result some body should be facing a war crimes commission.

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[quote This would hold water if we were also so desperately honourable as to intervene in the Congo where four million had died.

And Zimbabwe,North Korea,Somalia.no the invasion of Iraq was too cynical for words and by result some body should be facing a war crimes commission. [/quote]

The invasion of Iraq was purely for more control of the oil in that area!

Football stuff!

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[quote This would hold water if we were also so desperately honourable as to intervene in the Congo where four million had died.

And Zimbabwe,North Korea,Somalia.no the invasion of Iraq was too cynical for words and by result some body should be facing a war crimes commission.

The invasion of Iraq was purely for more control of the oil in that area!

Football stuff! [/quote]

Bollox! If it was for any other reason than already mentioned, it was because Saddam threatened Bush seniors life...............I don't believe that either.
The middle east is a hotbead for terrorism, because of the American/British backing for Israel!
I am suprised you people are not advocating a holocausdt for Jews!.....Heil Hitler!

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I am suprised you people are not advocating a holocausdt for Jews!.....Heil Hitler!



Blimey. Have you been taking drugs, AFF? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />

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I am suprised you people are not advocating a holocausdt for Jews!.....Heil Hitler!



Blimey. Have you been taking drugs, AFF? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />


Nope......Molsons XXX! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />




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