4 main differences
Posted 20 March 2003 - 12:17 AM
1- Virtually the entire world is against that war including almost all Iraq surounding arab countries
2- The muslin community is coming together
3- The battle field will be urban
4- Saddam has to be caught, that's a major goal.
Would it change the outcome or is it going to be another milk run?
Posted 20 March 2003 - 12:36 AM
Posted 20 March 2003 - 12:40 AM
> 1- Virtually the entire world is against that war including almost all Iraq surounding arab countries
The US is getting support or tacit support from nearly every country around Iraq.
> 2- The muslin community is coming together
Maybe. They will probably come together like they did during Afghanistan. (Anybody remember Afghanistan? Am I the only one?)
> 3- The battle field will be urban
Not as important as you'd think. WWII was 50 years ago. Thats a long time.
> 4- Saddam has to be caught, that's a major goal.
If he's gone he's gone. The major goal is to make Iraq a thriving democracy.
Posted 20 March 2003 - 01:16 AM
Posted 20 March 2003 - 02:38 AM
I was just wondering, trying to get some other perspectives here. I didn't affirmed anything.
However, the fact that maybe some 30 boots licker are supporting the war, doesn't change the fact that the majority of the world is against it. The world has more than 150 countries.
The urban war still is a very complicated issue, WW II was yesterday in terms of ground combat.
Afghanistan is not over yet, my friend. They have all the time of the world to resist, why such a hurry? Besides that, the spring is arriving and probably will bring more resistance.
About making Iraq a democracy...........let's ask if is that they want to.
Posted 25 November 2004 - 12:32 AM
Originally posted by MirrorMan
Yes but maybe some sort of terrorist struggle is possible. After all Israel can't prevent terrorist attacks...
So, maybe the U.S. can be defeated if every day a few U.S. soldiers are blown to pieces.
MirrorMan was right, as usual.
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