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The Full Extent of The Liberation of Iraqis

 
 
Reply Sat 25 Feb, 2006 12:35 am
Few will argue that Saddam did not impose a horrific dictatorial control over the Iraqi people.

Clearly he subjugated and silenced his people through extreme oppression and punishment.

So now comes the US to liberate Iraq, and we succeed in liberating Iraq from the tender mercies of Saddam & Sons.

What we didn't realize was that we were also liberating the inherent machismo of an Arabic culture.

Why, under the Saddam regime, was their not an insurgency, in some way, similar to what exists in today's Iraq?

The answer is pretty simple. The insurgents of today are fighting a foe that is, irrespective of the Abu Graif anomaly, a pussycat compared to Saddam. When American forces capture an insurgent, they do not immediately round up the insurgent's family and rape, torture and murder them. Saddam did.

So for 30 years or so the machismo males of Iraq were, understandably, forced to swallow their testosterone. Now they face an opponent who does not subscribe to scorched earth tactics of retribution, and so they have gained their courage, been liberated from the emasculating fear of Saddam's regime.

For all of America's supposed horrific treatment of prisoners, the insurgency has not been curbed. Imagine what Saddam and his monsters perpetrated to keep dissent under their thumbs.

In a perverse way, the insurgency is a sign of societal progress in Iraq.

It will take time however, and it will take the good will of a majority of Iraqi citizens.

Meanwhile, the Liberal Media in the US, will do its best to focus attention on the exceptionally bad conduct of the Coalition.
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sat 25 Feb, 2006 07:10 am
Yes, sure. Seems so much like Yugoslavia though, one wonders how long before the mapmakers will arrive.

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When American forces capture an insurgent, they do not immediately round up the insurgent's family and rape, torture and murder them.
That's right. We ONLY rape and torture the detainee, we are enlightened. We are.



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So for 30 years or so the machismo males of Iraq were, understandably, forced to swallow their testosterone.


Sounds slightly.... nevermind. Actually the males of Iraq were engaged many times in swallowing blood or spilling it in the swamps and marshes between their country and Iran. With the green light from, amongst others, Don Rumsfeld and the US State Department, testosterone filled Iraqi teenagers tried their darnedest to do what we could not, overthrow the radical mullahs of Iran. Oh that Saddam, what a bad boy! But he was Don's bad boy. Wait. That sounds like they were swallowing each other's testosterone.



Joe(eeeh)Nation
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sat 25 Feb, 2006 08:46 am
Flowers strewn at Americans' feet, Disney park planned, Arbor Day festivities. It's all niceness there now.
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 25 Feb, 2006 08:51 am
Club Med @ Baghdad.
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chris2a
 
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Reply Sun 26 Feb, 2006 09:49 am
I think they're gonna kill each other and can't wait to get to it. Hey, a job's a job.
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stevewonder
 
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Reply Sun 26 Feb, 2006 04:44 pm
Re: The Full Extent of The Liberation of Iraqis
Finn d'Abuzz wrote:
Few will argue that Saddam did not impose a horrific dictatorial control over the Iraqi people.

Clearly he subjugated and silenced his people through extreme oppression and punishment.

So now comes the US to liberate Iraq, and we succeed in liberating Iraq from the tender mercies of Saddam & Sons.

What we didn't realize was that we were also liberating the inherent machismo of an Arabic culture.

Why, under the Saddam regime, was their not an insurgency, in some way, similar to what exists in today's Iraq?

The answer is pretty simple. The insurgents of today are fighting a foe that is, irrespective of the Abu Graif anomaly, a pussycat compared to Saddam. When American forces capture an insurgent, they do not immediately round up the insurgent's family and rape, torture and murder them. Saddam did.

So for 30 years or so the machismo males of Iraq were, understandably, forced to swallow their testosterone. Now they face an opponent who does not subscribe to scorched earth tactics of retribution, and so they have gained their courage, been liberated from the emasculating fear of Saddam's regime.

For all of America's supposed horrific treatment of prisoners, the insurgency has not been curbed. Imagine what Saddam and his monsters perpetrated to keep dissent under their thumbs.

In a perverse way, the insurgency is a sign of societal progress in Iraq.

It will take time however, and it will take the good will of a majority of Iraqi citizens.

Meanwhile, the Liberal Media in the US, will do its best to focus attention on the exceptionally bad conduct of the Coalition.



Laughing societal progress ...........nice one..and to think it never occured to anyone but you and Rumsfeld.

By the way can you shed some light on how we provide mad dog Saddam with chemical and biological weapons that he used against the Iranians and the Kurds and the Shia...........because you appear to have over looked that small detail and could you also tell us just how kicking their ass and taking their gas fits into the ethical parameters of societal progress??

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