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"fight for democracy" -dangerous delusion

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Submitted by Ben (Russia), Mar 23, 2013 at 15:07

Tyrannical regime destruction was inevitable for the world security .But hornets nest of the fighting religions and national groups is not a place for the healthy democracy . Militant Islam can be divided for it's own benefit that can diminish the corpses' mountsins.Americans should defend Kurds in their community. Fight with the aggression forces is inevitable in this World that doesn't endure the force's vacuum,from the other hand "fight for democracy" is the dangerous liberal delusion.

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