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Do not let it linger - Sword

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Manifesto by Salman Rushdie and 11 other European intellectuals

Submitted by libyan (Libya), Mar 3, 2006 at 16:36

Dear Sword,

though i think you post worth reading comments, but sometimes i am surprised ... you wrote ((most Americans (including the White House) would like US forces to leave Iraq ASAP)) .. Yes i agree. US would like to leave iraq asap but what is the reason they are still there? it is not to support democracy neither to stop terrorism but it is merely a power balance ... After the iraqi election the Shiite dominated and if the shiite will rule it will be a big problem for the US as Shiite is IRAN 100% allies which means US will be damned so that the US ambassador is working hard in Iraq now to put Sunnis and Kurds as opponents to Shiite and make sure that Shiite will not have the absolute majority + they came for oil and they have to secure the war compensation $$$$$ from the iraqi oil which is cuurently they (US) take 70% of iraqi oil return .... (( Please ask your US friends where is the iraqi money?))

Sword .. i am sorry but you are a very blunt sword

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