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Old 09-02-2005, 10:09 AM   First Class Member Attended an OMGWTFKKWBBQ! Moderator #1
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Question Troops in Iraq?

We've just had election in Denmark, and some political parties think we hsould withdraw all Danish troops from Iraq as soon as possible. Now I'm just interested in hearing the voice of KKW. Personally I would find it unfair to the Iraqi people to leave now. We must finish our job. Otherwise there'll probably be civil war and they'll have a new dictator. So please cast your votes and discuss the subject.
NB! This is not a thread dedicated to discussing whether we should have attacked Iraq or not, it kinda too late for that discussion, so please don't start talking about how stupid you think it was to attack Iraq in the first place, kthx?
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Old 09-02-2005, 10:14 AM   Senior Registered Member #2
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Jojo sings it the best. Don't we all just love a bit of teen pop?

get out (leave) right now
it's the end of you and me
it's too late (now) and I can't wait for you to be gone

Fit Iraq and the US appropriately and you get my gist. In Australia the party with the withdraw troops policy lost. Australian voters were more interested in the economic interests (selling off government shares is so economically sustaining) of the winning party. In my own opinion, troops should leave. They already have civil war. Terrorists are killing fellow Iraqis if they are in the police or army forces. They currently have a puppet president. What more do you want?
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Still there is democracy. Not as good as it could be, but still. And the president is actually elected, not chosen by the US. The Iraqis have more freedom than they would probably get with a new dictator.
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Old 09-02-2005, 10:24 AM   Senior Registered Member #4
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Who were the candidates? What freedom didn't they have before?
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The freedom of speech for instance. The freedom to vote for whoever runs for president.
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Freedom of speech? The last person to be Pro-American got shot. The last person anti-American was deemed a terrorist. Another problem is most of the candidates were Shiites, who have had rivalries with the other races in Iraq, such as the Sunni. What democracy do they have?
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A better one than before anyhow.
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How about we give that section of it a bit of a rest. After all they've only been in "power" for a few weeks, lets see what they can do. I can see only bodies. Some of them not needing to be there, ie coalition troops.
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I just think it would be irresponsible to leave Iraq now. Look for instance at the area of Iraq the Danish forces are controlling. They are very glad we're there, and the area is rather peaceful.. Maybe some of the other coalition forces are doing bad, but it is possible. Of course there are problems with rebellions, but they will always be there. Their goal isn't to get coalition forces out of Iraq, there goal is stop any kind of democracy and make chaos. If I was in charge I'd probably bomb the living crap out of them when the Iraqi people has gone mad with them, which they will eventually. You just can't do it while they got a that big support in the population. That'll create huge amount of violent attacks on the coalition forces. That should be avoided if possible.
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I know your all smart and intellectually gifted, etc etc, but this one of the most stupidest comments I've ever read: Of course there are problems with rebellions, but they will always be there. Their goal isn't to get coalition forces out of Iraq, there goal is stop any kind of democracy and make chaos.

Chaos? Since when did people just want chaos? These people are fighting for a cause greater than just being there to cause an uproar. I'm not exactly sure what they want for their political stance, but I'm sure they aren't totally against democracy. It just isn't fair to the terrorists, who many are Sunnis, who have little say in the election process, with the asskissers (ie Pro-Americans) being highly ranked Shiite leaders (one assassinated but they keep on coming... ambitious) and Shiites being 60% of the Iraqi population.
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They do not want democracy. They want a dictator who supports the Sharia Law. They are extremists. I'm not sure they know what they would do if the coalition left...
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What are they doing while the coalition are there? Causing a giant mess. What if they left? Cause more giant mess! No amount of fighting will stem the flow of terrorism because frankly, they've got the numbers, the loyalty, the courage and the will to die. The Shiites and the Sunni have to learn to get together. They live in the same country, they have to give each other a bit of space. And so what about the Sharia Law? If I have researched correctly (tell me errors when you see them please), its just law based on the Koran. Which isn't a big deal since members from both parties accept this.

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your acting like when the shites are gonna want us there after they win the election we'll be lucky if they dont attack us. as for freedom of speech,i hear that goes well in iran where there is a shite gov
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The USA though it was necessary to invade Iraq without the approval of the UN.
They need to end what they started them selves and I hope its going to be a very bitter and expensive pill for them, so maybe they will think twice before they go play "I am world cop" again!
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Do we need more losses of lives to help prove a lesson? Remember if they withdraw, this won't be seen as an American victory, but another retreat, if less embarassing than Vietnam, but certainly shameful in being pushed off by poorly trained terrorists. Either way they would've learnt their lesson. But then again, you can't teach an old dog like George Bush new tricks. If he wants to go for Iran, good for him. Hopefully other coalition countries such as Denmark or Australia do not follow them.
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The difference is that Iran has started to do what they're told. Skipping their Nuclear stuff.. If they start producing nuclear weapons or weapons of mass destruction of any kind they should be attacked and stopped, too.
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I hope the US attacks Russia for shits and giggles.
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what about pakistan and india, or isreal they all have nukes
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They are not in any way unstable. Israel is under total control of USA. Without them they'll be overrunned by Arabs. Therefor Israel does exactly what the US tells them to. India and Pakistan aren't extremist like they are in Iran (talking government of course). We know much better what their stands are.
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pakistan isnt unstable? guess thats why their hidding bin laden
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