they should hold him at a maximum security prison outside of iraq, but also outside of the united states. if he went stays in iraq, there is a good chance that one of his ex loyalists could slip him some cyanide or something so he can take his own life.
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Jep but reason WHY has changed @ 100times..
Attack was started because of "chemical weapons" whitch doesnt exist, now finally its something like "crimes agains humanity".
Also crime against humanity is bombing thousands of civilians.
And iraqis could have killed saddam themselves, dont think any country should interfere with crap like iraq!
Well how much war is going to cost? atleast 100billion(if is next to million).
Worlds all kids without food. . . . . (How much food you could buy with that money?)
I would kill a man myself who tortures me!
What the hell, i was brainwashed by greenpeace & crap NO-WAR hippies!
Humans always handle difficult situations with WAR! i almost forgot...
We should fight WW3 and leave only 1 type of humans alive, so there wouldnt be wars anymore.. they would fight against each other LOL.
War is great thing, killing people is everyday thing, besides who doesnt like GUNS!
I hope you dont get ANY rebuilding help! You made the MESS, you clean it up!
So if i kill somebody for some other ill be BLESSED! then im going to kill! (No im not that dumbass)
One last addition to this thread from me. Then I'll not even visit this dead horse again:
FOR THOSE WHO MAY BE GETTING DISCOURAGED BY ALL THE NEGATIVE NEWS ABOUT
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1 ...
... the first battalion of the new Iraqi Army has graduated and is on
... over 60,000 Iraqis now provide security to their fellow citizens.
... nearly all of Iraq's 400 courts are functioning.
... the Iraqi judiciary is fully independent.
... on Monday, October 6 power generation hit 4,518 megawatts-exceeding
the pre-war average.
... all 22 universities and 43 technical institutes and colleges are
open, as are nearly all primary and secondary schools.
... by October 1, Coalition forces had rehabbed over 1,500 schools -
more than their target.
... teachers earn from 12 to 25 times their former salaries.
... all 240 hospitals and more than 1200 clinics are open.
... doctors' salaries are at least eight times what they were under
... pharmaceutical distribution has gone from essentially nothing to
tons in May to a current total of 12,000 tons.
... the Coalition has helped administer over 22 million vaccination
doses to Iraq's children.
... a Coalition program has cleared over 14,000 kilometers of Iraq's
27,000 kilometers of weed-choked canals. They now irrigate tens of
thousands of farms. This project has created jobs for more than 100,000
Iraqi men and women.
... we have restored over three-quarters of pre-war telephone services
and over two-thirds of the potable water production.
... there are 4,900 full-service connections. We expect 50,000 by
... the wheels of commerce are turning. From bicycles to satellite
dishes to cars and trucks, businesses are coming to life in all major
cities and towns.
... 95 percent of all pre-war bank customers have service and
customers are opening accounts daily.
... Iraqi banks are making loans to finance businesses.
... the central bank is fully independent.
... Iraq has one of the world's most growth-oriented investment and
... Iraq (has) a single, unified currency for the first time in 15
... satellite dishes are legal.
... foreign journalists aren't on 10-day visas paying mandatory and
extortionate fees to the Ministry of Information for "minders" and
... there is no Ministry of Information.
... there are more than 170 newspapers.
... you can buy satellite dishes on what seems like every street
... foreign journalists and everyone else are free to come and go.
... a nation that had not one single element-legislative, judicial or
executive -- of a representative government, does.
... in Baghdad alone residents have selected 88 advisory councils.
Baghdad's first democratic transfer of power in 35 years happened when
the city council elected its new chairman.
... today in Iraq chambers of commerce, business, school and
professional organizations are electing their leaders all over the
... 25 ministers, selected by the most representative governing body in
Iraq's history, run the day-to-day business of government.
...the Iraqi government regularly participates in international events.
Since July, the Iraqi government has been represented in over two dozen
international meetings, including those of the UN General Assembly, the
Arab League, the World Bank and IMF and, today, the Islamic Conference
Summit. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today announced that it is
reopening over 30 Iraqi embassies around the world.
... Shia religious festivals that were all but banned, aren't.
... for the first time in 35 years, in Karbala thousands of Shiites
celebrate the pilgrimage of the 12th Imam.
... the Coalition has completed over 13,000 reconstruction projects,
large and small, as part of (a) strategic plan for the reconstruction
... Uday and Qusay are dead - and no longer feeding innocent Iraqis to
his zoo lions, raping the young daughters of local leaders to force
cooperation, torturing Iraq's soccer players for losing
... children aren't imprisoned or murdered when their parents disagree
with the government.
... political opponents aren't imprisoned, tortured, executed, maimed,
or are forced to watch their families die for disagreeing with Saddam.
... millions of longsuffering Iraqis no longer live in perpetual
... Saudis will hold municipal elections.
... Qatar is reforming education to give more choices to parents.
... Jordan is accelerating market economic reforms.
... the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded for the first time to an Iranian
-- a Muslim woman who speaks out with courage for human rights, for
democracy and for peace.
... Since he has not faltered or failed,
... Saddam is gone.
... Iraq is free.
NOT BAD FOR AN ADMINISTRATION:
- WITH NO PLAN
- NO DIRECTION
- WAS GOING TO BE SLAUGHTERED GOING INTO BAGHDAD
-WAS ONLY IN THIS FOR THE OIL.
i personnally like this as it points to the better side of the story as oppose to the side the critics always post. Not totally sure about the reliability of those figures however and i will never quote exact figures in conversation as almost every source of information is twisted (not deliberatly) out of shape from its original form.
i personnally agree with going to war purely for the liberation of the iraq's people, sod the weapons of mass destruction, that just selfish thinking on the grounds of our own security all the time.
I do take the point that killing the very people that we are trying to liberate is not a good thing (put mildly, i know its extreamly bad) but lets face it, we got to do something and unfortunatly fighting is part of human nature whether it be struggling through the night, battling your own exaustion to create a miracal cure (or even just to finish a quote) to liberation (think Star Wars or some other movie). to put it bluntly i believe that their is no such thing as a true black and white part of human nature. wot is bad 4 some situations is good 4 others.
We as humans with our belief in right and wrong and our morals have merly delt with a situation that we thought was the nearest to the correct way of dealing with it (think morals and priorities i.e. home security). this is just another war that will not end all wars but will remain a chapter in the ever growing book of human history. in years to come the people of iraq will say one of 2 things. either it was worth America and UK coming in and taking action (yes, starting a war) or it was not.
but lets face it. at least now they have the right to say wot they think cause we are not gonna kill them if they dissagree with wot we have done.