Pessimism 'growing among Iraqis'

Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by slim, Mar 19, 2007.

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  1. And not only the Iraqi's. I see little point in dedicating troops to this conflict. With over 51% believing that the situation is worse now are we really doing any good?
    Is it time to pullout and let the inevitable civil was run its course?

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/6464277.stm
     
  2. Can't understand why they feel pessimistic; illegally invaded on evidence fabricated by Bliar and Bush. Their society ripped apart and 650,000 of their citizens dead. Infant mortality through the roof. Civilian infrastructure including power-generation and fresh water plants bombed into wreckage to provide building contracts for the like of Halliburton. Forced to sign oil accords under duress and the entire country turned into a breeding-ground for fundamentalists.

    That's the problem with Arabs; no sense of humour.

    RM
     

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