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Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 26, 2006 at 18:34

now i don't remember if I wrote it to you or not, sorry if i repeat myself.

Why in italy and germany USA removed Mussolini and Hitler and nowadays those countries are fine?

Why since muslims are so superior and intelligent and brave, YOU didn't do anything to remove saddam?

You always expect somebody else to clean up your mess and criticize. Very clever. Why don't you move your legs as quick as you run your mouth and go YOURSELF to solve the problems of the world? Too easy to whine that USA is not doing anything and later complain. But that's all you can do, complain and whine.

Zimbabwe wants democracy? ohh, we are not making the same mistake twice. Then we go there and discover they like dictatorship. No, no, next time it will be somebody else doing the job, not us.

After all, there are so many great countries around the world that are BETTER than USA, so why always asking USA?

"Why don't you admit that America went to Iraq without a good reason and against the U.N will."

Why don't you say that Saddam FAILED to show the UN inspectors his weapons?

Because you think Saddam being a muslim can do whatever he wants?

If I am a policeman with a piece of paper from the judge that tells me I can search your house sohail, I CAN COME AND SEARCH YOUR HOUSE. If you don't let me, you are wrong.

UN wanted to inspect Iraq and saddam said no. He was wrong.

"Why don't you admit that Saddam was no threat to America or even Israel?"

You are forgetting that Saddam started a war against IRAN, and later invaded Kuwait. Who knows what he could do, he could host terrorists.

"Why don't you admit that America and the other western governments have lied about the Iraq war to the people?"

So I suppose for you it's ok that saddam was bombing shiite villages and gassed kurds? because of course he's a superior sunni muslim therefore he can do whatever you want.

Listen, I personally can tell you that helping muslim people is a waste of time. But we tried, it doesn't matter if we had a plan or not, the iraqui people preferred backwardness and sharia. Good for them, if that's what they want. USA removed hitler and the germans were happy and grateful, as well as the italians. Muslims instead are ingrate. What prevent them from having a democratic country is their own stupidity and muslim superiority.

I would personally think it's better that the west helps Cambodia, or Burma for example because it's a waste of time to try to help you muslims, anything that we do is always wrong, so next time, clean your own mess on your own. Let's see WHAT you are able to do, being the great people yuo believe to be.

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