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Iraq War Results & Statistics at January 29, 2009

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Postby Free Spirit » Wed Mar 04, 2009 10:41 pm

shahmaran wrote:
growuptcs wrote:They're out to get the terrorist leaders and the mechanisms that produces them. If they were looking for just terrorists, wouldn't they of gotten the weak old shahmaran already?


Yet all they got was Saddam, well thank god for the Americans, how can anyone sleep at night with big scary Saddam running around? :roll:

The very mechanism that produces the terrorists is the US her self, this gives her excuses to invade.

So, you get a bunch of people with problems, you arm them to their teeth so that they can murder each other and then label them as barbaric terrorists so that you can go in and show them how to REALLY kill people en mass while playing the hero to the rest of the world.

Meanwhile you can rob them off their natural resources and make sure they serve your needs for as long as they can.

Its nothing new, the British did it all over the world.


Well at least the good guys won and the smelly arabs got what was coming to them.
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Postby shahmaran » Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:19 pm

Well not really, obviously you are just another blind US suckup, so no need to argue further.
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Postby Free Spirit » Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:35 am

shahmaran wrote:Well not really, obviously you are just another blind US suckup, so no need to argue further.


Well I'd rather that than be a stand up shitter who worships a Paedophile.
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Re: Iraq War Results & Statistics at January 29, 2009

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu May 13, 2021 2:16 am

In total, at least 10,000 Yazidis were killed or abducted by IS. Over 200,000 Yazidis remain in internally displaced camps across Iraq. And about 2,800 Yazidis, mostly women and children, remain missing.

Read more: https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/20 ... z6uhMuIiNH



..."“clear and convincing evidence” of genocide against the Yazidis, according to a UN Security Council briefing on Monday."

Such as it is it is a small step forward on an issue where the Yazidis represent a very small part; progress just the same.
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