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Iraq war ended with success or failure?

Postby funnyboy » Sat Jan 21, 2006 2:26 am

Dos Iraq war leave terrorism or democracy?What is more.
Dos Iraq people live a better life after Iraq war?
Living in a society with bomb aroud , is this a good life?

IF u have more evidences that Iraq people have a better life after Iraq war,welcome.
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Postby Danyet » Sat Jan 21, 2006 7:45 am

The war in Iraq is not over yet. There are still pockets of resistance that must be crushed and destroyed before there will be peace. After that it will be up to the Iraqi police and army to make sure there is no more trouble from insurgents that want to make Iraq their own personal religious totallitarian state. But personally I doubt that there will ever be peace their. The trouble is in the people themselves.
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Postby Pearl » Sat Jan 21, 2006 9:16 pm

Hello funnyboy,


Now , Iraq people still make attach from Amarican army and every day a lot of Iraq people is died by Amarican army and Iraq police ... when, the Amarican army will go to them country ....

will still make country between Muslim sniney and Muslim shait

all of them want becam leader in Iraq....
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Postby mirage » Sun Jan 29, 2006 4:14 pm

this war is not democratic of course.

It doesnt suit equality .

most of the countries governed by democratic system.

Libarism and communism suits this war environment..
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hypocrisy of war in Iraq

Postby hereiam » Sun Jan 29, 2006 5:22 pm

I think this war is very hypocritical cause on the one side are armed US soldiers on the other half crazy Iraque gorillas who feel scared because foreign empire control the country they would like to rule on their own. Besides many civil people who have been killed or injured badly incidentally becasue they have had this f** bad luck to be in the wrong time in wrong spot.
That's why I don't regret any soldiers but I regret civil people. Or I always regret people who have became somehow pawns of history. Who have become manipulated, who let for being manipulated, who gave up somehow and have been suffering mentally now because they regret a lot of things.
Thus I regret these all rather silly people who believed that Mr Bush went to fight with terrorism in Iraq. I regret them very much.
The same way I regret everyone who likes when other people think instead of him/her in his/her life.
I even think it is a problem of whole societies and some psychologists would be highly recommended to explain some people that thinking in life isn't anything painful.
Bad with Hussain and even worse without him I would say.
So it wasn't Hussain who created the worst problem. All in all he has already gone for ever. The problem inside human brains is this devastating desire of power and proving who rules here instead of showing some feelings.
Thus I think Iraq is only a next tragedy of this super-civilised world. No jungle in Iraq and oil business is under control but besides.... ?
I also think some highly developed countries assume to have permament economical growth but seem to live in blessful ignorance they have built their power taking adventage on conficts raised in some other parts of world.
I think here that US used perfectly well the XXth century in Europe and communism was a totally convenient thing for them.
But now everything is quite different and noone knows what can happen cause it seems to me that in case of no war in Europe US WILL HAVE TO (just will have to) start its next war just to have money for comfortable life.
But I am not sure I am right. Time will show it. Though as seems to me history hasn't invented anything else till today.
For some this war is lost, for others it is a victory. For the rest just a tragedy and they try to live their normal life.
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Postby Danyet » Sun Jan 29, 2006 6:47 pm

The war in Iraq continues only because a few Iraqis and a bunch of Muslims from surrounding countries have gone into Iraq to try to prevent the Iraqi people from forming a free and democratic government. These terrorists want to form a religious government based on Sharia Islamic law.
It is these same terrorists that are prolonging the violence in Iraq........not the USA troops!

So whatever you have been smoking, Hereiam, you need smoke some more.!
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oh guy,

Postby hereiam » Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:33 pm

I have to worry you. I am too old to smoke anything. Though when I was younger I didn't smoke anything too.
You simply don't understand anything and love believing in many things that are rather funny to me.
What a democracy when "political corectness" is a notion totally linked in US (in my imgaination).
So guy it means - be silent when you have a comfortable life in your US cause you can be out of your nice job soon!!!
So what a democracy are you writing about???
Besides - slavery is what built as well Greek as your American democracy.
And slavery is what builts and will always be building the strongest economies of this world... and democracy... democracy is a slogan for masses. But in practice it works for ellites. In my country I am far from any democratic procdures. By now I know only the strengh of voice and good nervous system is what can make me feeling OK. Democracy? where is it? maybe in Warsaw in parliament? though I am not sure of it while watching their sessions.
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Re: oh guy,

Postby mirage » Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:15 pm

hereiam wrote:I have to worry you. I am too old to smoke anything. Though when I was younger I didn't smoke anything too.
You simply don't understand anything and love believing in many things that are rather funny to me.
What a democracy when "political corectness" is a notion totally linked in US (in my imgaination).
So guy it means - be silent when you have a comfortable life in your US cause you can be out of your nice job soon!!!
So what a democracy are you writing about???
Besides - slavery is what built as well Greek as your American democracy.
And slavery is what builts and will always be building the strongest economies of this world... and democracy... democracy is a slogan for masses. But in practice it works for ellites. In my country I am far from any democratic procdures. By now I know only the strengh of voice and good nervous system is what can make me feeling OK. Democracy? where is it? maybe in Warsaw in parliament? though I am not sure of it while watching their sessions.
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you cant be sure that there is no democratic regime.

because of being in emperyalist regime,you cant be neutral
howewer,it is not good to be in this regime,it is not moral.

there should nt be liberism between countries
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Re: hypocrisy of war in Iraq

Postby Pearl » Tue Jan 31, 2006 12:45 am

hereiam wrote:I think this war is very hypocritical cause on the one side are armed US soldiers on the other half crazy Iraque gorillas who feel scared because foreign empire control the country they would like to rule on their own. Besides many civil people who have been killed or injured badly incidentally becasue they have had this f** bad luck to be in the wrong time in wrong spot.
That's why I don't regret any soldiers but I regret civil people. Or I always regret people who have became somehow pawns of history. Who have become manipulated, who let for being manipulated, who gave up somehow and have been suffering mentally now because they regret a lot of things.
Thus I regret these all rather silly people who believed that Mr Bush went to fight with terrorism in Iraq. I regret them very much.
The same way I regret everyone who likes when other people think instead of him/her in his/her life.
I even think it is a problem of whole societies and some psychologists would be highly recommended to explain some people that thinking in life isn't anything painful.
Bad with Hussain and even worse without him I would say.
So it wasn't Hussain who created the worst problem. All in all he has already gone for ever. The problem inside human brains is this devastating desire of power and proving who rules here instead of showing some feelings.
Thus I think Iraq is only a next tragedy of this super-civilised world. No jungle in Iraq and oil business is under control but besides.... ?
I also think some highly developed countries assume to have permament economical growth but seem to live in blessful ignorance they have built their power taking adventage on conficts raised in some other parts of world.
I think here that US used perfectly well the XXth century in Europe and communism was a totally convenient thing for them.
But now everything is quite different and noone knows what can happen cause it seems to me that in case of no war in Europe US WILL HAVE TO (just will have to) start its next war just to have money for comfortable life.
But I am not sure I am right. Time will show it. Though as seems to me history hasn't invented anything else till today.
For some this war is lost, for others it is a victory. For the rest just a tragedy and they try to live their normal life.
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I agree with you ( it's called hypocritical war )
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Postby Danyet » Tue Jan 31, 2006 4:57 am

Even agree that the war in Iraq is hypocritical!!!! Bush should have also gone into Saudi Arabia, West Bank, Syria, Iran and Yemen in order to clean out terrorist cells and not be a hypocrit.
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