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The Real Threat To World Peace

Reader comment on item: [U.S. Intelligence: ]"Moslem States Represent a Potential Threat to World Peace"

Submitted by Sahaad (United Kingdom), Apr 4, 2006 at 13:31

Bush and Blair say they went to war with Iraq because of Saddam and his links to Al-Qaeda which they his no proof that he had links with Al-Qaeda and that he was building biological weapons but none were found.

But North Korea who already have nuclear weapons and have threaten to use it on a another country has been ignored by them and they don't see North Korea a threat to world peace but see Iraq which was bankrupt from the Iraq-Iran war was seen as bigger threat to world peace then North Korea and Iraq was illegally invaded by a nation which was way more powerful than it in military terms. Unlike Saddam Hussain North Korea leader Kim IL- Sung was responsible for up two million deaths because of food shortages and because he didn't do anything about it. It makes him a mass-murdered.

Bush says he wants democracy around in every country so people have the right to choose they own government but he is supporting a dictatorship General Pervez Musharraf who gained power in a bloody coup in Pakistan.

Islamic states are not the real threat to world peace. It's the nations with nuclear weapons which are the threat to world peace.
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