Message - Re: Because they don't want to - er....rrrrrrright

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Posted by  eric on April 21, 2003 at 17:55:07:

In Reply to:  Re: Because they don't want to - er....rrrrrrright posted by steveA on April 21, 2003 at 04:53:43:

interesting converstation. For a moment i thought would have to butt into the topic cos of the crap with the marines and the other simple one dimentional views. However the topic gets better.

What i have to say is this. At the start i was against the war. Protests and petitions were signed in a futile way to stop the war.

However, as soon as it became obvious that the UK and Us were going ahead anyway- without UN sanctions, my opinions changed. The idea that we should see what happens to the country of iraq and its people. How the "tyrant" is removed and the country given back to the iraqi people.

Ok....but what then? What people have to realise is what's gonna happen in like 5, 10 years later. I heard that only american architects were allowed to design buildings in the iraq. Why? to me that seems a bit greedy.

what's gonna happen to the people, the little infrastructure that existed, is it gonna be replaced? who's gonna pay for it? i think that we should stop moaning about who's right or wrong, and concerntrate on the future.

maybe that's a bit too optimistic eh?

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