Go home Yanks, says PM in waiting


Paranoid Dot Calm
#1
Go home Yanks, says PM in waiting
By Hala Jaber
January 23, 2005
www.timesonline.co.uk/article...452397,00.html (external - login to view)
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#2
Go home Yanks, says PM in waiting
By Hala Jaber
January 23, 2005
www.timesonline.co.uk/article...452397,00.html (external - login to view)
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#3
Go home Yanks, says PM in waiting
By Hala Jaber
January 23, 2005
www.timesonline.co.uk/article...452397,00.html (external - login to view)
 
Reverend Blair
#4
Oh oh, Georgie isn't going to like that one little bit. He's trying to find a reason and a way to go after Iran and Syria, not see them become allies with Iraq.
 
Reverend Blair
#5
Oh oh, Georgie isn't going to like that one little bit. He's trying to find a reason and a way to go after Iran and Syria, not see them become allies with Iraq.
 
Reverend Blair
#6
Oh oh, Georgie isn't going to like that one little bit. He's trying to find a reason and a way to go after Iran and Syria, not see them become allies with Iraq.
 
Jay
#7
I wonder if they saw that coming or not?

If there was a cozy relationship between Iran and Iraq, that could be a real power house of a security zone, and completely change a divided Arab world.
 
Jay
#8
I wonder if they saw that coming or not?

If there was a cozy relationship between Iran and Iraq, that could be a real power house of a security zone, and completely change a divided Arab world.
 
Jay
#9
I wonder if they saw that coming or not?

If there was a cozy relationship between Iran and Iraq, that could be a real power house of a security zone, and completely change a divided Arab world.
 
Ten Packs
#10
I don't know about others, but I don't really know who is who.
I found this link, supplied by a member of another Forum, to be at least somewhat helpful.

www.boston.com/dailynews/022/...electio:.shtml (external - login to view)
 
Ten Packs
#11
I don't know about others, but I don't really know who is who.
I found this link, supplied by a member of another Forum, to be at least somewhat helpful.

www.boston.com/dailynews/022/...electio:.shtml (external - login to view)
 
Ten Packs
#12
I don't know about others, but I don't really know who is who.
I found this link, supplied by a member of another Forum, to be at least somewhat helpful.

www.boston.com/dailynews/022/...electio:.shtml (external - login to view)
 
Reverend Blair
#13
A lot of people who spoke out against the invasion saw it coming, Jay. I've lost track of how many "I told ya so's" the warmongers deserve now, but a friend of mine added it to be somewhere in the 80's.

I don't think anybody really knows who is who, Ten Packs...not even most Iraqis. I think the Americans will install Allawi in the end if it's at all possible.
 
Reverend Blair
#14
A lot of people who spoke out against the invasion saw it coming, Jay. I've lost track of how many "I told ya so's" the warmongers deserve now, but a friend of mine added it to be somewhere in the 80's.

I don't think anybody really knows who is who, Ten Packs...not even most Iraqis. I think the Americans will install Allawi in the end if it's at all possible.
 
Reverend Blair
#15
A lot of people who spoke out against the invasion saw it coming, Jay. I've lost track of how many "I told ya so's" the warmongers deserve now, but a friend of mine added it to be somewhere in the 80's.

I don't think anybody really knows who is who, Ten Packs...not even most Iraqis. I think the Americans will install Allawi in the end if it's at all possible.
 
Jay
#16
I think it may be a real good thing.....The region could use some stability.


If the British and Americans pull out and the region starts to stabilize into some sort of normality, it may prove Bush and Tony Blair right, that wouldn't be good for their opponents.
 
Jay
#17
I think it may be a real good thing.....The region could use some stability.


If the British and Americans pull out and the region starts to stabilize into some sort of normality, it may prove Bush and Tony Blair right, that wouldn't be good for their opponents.
 
Jay
#18
I think it may be a real good thing.....The region could use some stability.


If the British and Americans pull out and the region starts to stabilize into some sort of normality, it may prove Bush and Tony Blair right, that wouldn't be good for their opponents.
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#19
Killing people for their own good!

Par for the course!

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#20
Killing people for their own good!

Par for the course!

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#21
Killing people for their own good!

Par for the course!

Calm
 
Reverend Blair
#22
The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.
 
Reverend Blair
#23
The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.
 
Reverend Blair
#24
The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.
 
Jay
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.

I also believe they are diving in as deep as they can into old Stalinist territory. Russia used to hold the influence in that part of the world, under Saddam that is.
 
Jay
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.

I also believe they are diving in as deep as they can into old Stalinist territory. Russia used to hold the influence in that part of the world, under Saddam that is.
 
Jay
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

The Americans aren't going to pull out in the political (as opposed to the military) sense unless they are forced to, Jay. There is too much at stake.

The US has planned long-term military bases in Iraq since the beginning because it gives them a base in the Middle East.

The US wants control of Iraqi oil not just for their own use, but for economic and military reasons of strategy.

The US needs another friendly voice in OPEC. If it wasn't for Saudi Arabia OPEC would have switched to the Euro already. That would likely throw the US dollar into a freefall.

I also believe they are diving in as deep as they can into old Stalinist territory. Russia used to hold the influence in that part of the world, under Saddam that is.
 
peapod
#28
You know whats really odd?? everything bin laden was saying about america before 911 has come true. They would invade a country, they are after the oil. All they have done is made him more of a hero by valadating everything he said they were.
 
peapod
#29
You know whats really odd?? everything bin laden was saying about america before 911 has come true. They would invade a country, they are after the oil. All they have done is made him more of a hero by valadating everything he said they were.
 
peapod
#30
You know whats really odd?? everything bin laden was saying about america before 911 has come true. They would invade a country, they are after the oil. All they have done is made him more of a hero by valadating everything he said they were.
 

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