[ExI] israelis defeat physics

hkhenson hkhenson at rogers.com
Fri Mar 13 17:39:03 UTC 2009

At 06:38 AM 3/13/2009, Mirco wrote:


>I'm inclined to believe that:
>1) Saddam miscalculate the US intentions
>2) The US miscalculate the Iraq and Saddam intentions and/or capabilities
>Anyone (not only Bush and Saddam) of them acted in his best interest 
>with the informations he had at the moment. They probably were all 
>wrong in a way or in another.
>Are these miscalculation important?
>I don't know and I don't think they were important.
>Iraq is better today than when it was under Saddam rule.
>One enemy of the west is no more in existance
>al-Qaeda rushed in Iraq to seize the opportunity to install an 
>islamic / sunni / wahabbi rule there and was grinded. They losed 10x 
>or 20x (maybe more) men than the US forces, they spent anourmous 
>quantities of supplies and money accomplishing nothing apart to be 
>hated and dispised by the iraqis and gaining their lasting enemity.
>Without the Iraq battlefield and the Afganistan one, many more 
>resources would be free to be used in the West by the jihadist and 
>their masters.
>Now, if we (West) we are able to delay Iran and the Wahabbi enough 
>so their economies go belly up like the USSR, we could avoid a big 
>direct conflict inside and outside our borders. If not, it will be 
>very interesting.

This is a really shallow analysis for this group.

Try to work out why wars in the first place and then apply it to the 
current situation.

BTW, the expectation is that economic problems in Northern Ireland 
will reactivate the war there.


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