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Iraqi's rebelling against Saddam.

Participant: Barretm82

Date: 2003-03-15 20:51:38

Thanks to American & British pressure the Saddam Régime is finally coming apart. As Canadians we should not abandon these people again like was done in the 90's.



Open acts of defiance by opponents of Saddam Hussein's regime have intensified in the past week, with saboteurs carrying out attacks against Iraq's railway system and protesters openly calling for the overthrow of the Iraqi dictator.

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Iraqi's rebelling against Saddam.

Participant: dwbandit

Date: 2003-03-17 23:23:32

What about the US planning attacks on Iraq? Get rid of Saddam, good idea... Send our boys in? I DON'T THINK SO. Bush wants this war over oil, you think he cares about those people there? Give me a break.. He don't give two craps that the North Koreans have Nuclear Weapons. They are a bigger threat then Iraq ever will be, Bush isn't flexing his muscles at North Korea... Why not you might ask? Because they don't have as much oil as Iraq. Yes Saddam is a pain in the rear.. But, what about North Korea? Who has the ability to blow the world up?

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Iraqi's rebelling against Saddam.

Participant: cfallon

Date: 2003-03-18 16:39:51

To refer to Saddam as a "pain in the rear" is pretty callous.

If anyone "doesn't give two craps", I would suggest you don't give two craps about Iraqis.

North Korea is different from Iraq on a few counts:

1) It ALREADY has nuclear weapons. For sure.

2) Without the vast reserves of Iraqi oil, Kim Jong Il has nowhere near the purchasing power of Saddam.

3) Saddam has started two wars and quelled uprisings in a barbarous manner.

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