Admiral wrote:No Bush was wrong. It doesn't need a lot of critical conscienceness to perceive that these assertions are nonsense. The Irak is an impoverished former colony, beaten in the war and destroyed by 10 years of sanctions. The United States has made war against this defenceless country repeatedly - diplomatically, economically and militarily. Furthermore, they bombarb military and civil targets every day, in the north and the south of the country.
Bush represents the most powerful imperial country in the world, which is completely covered by the most complex and deadly mass destruction weapons. It has used it's unrivaled might to destroy countries which are much weaker and smaller than them. It desolated Vietnam in the 60th and the 70th, and during 20 years it attacked a lot of other small countries: Libanon, Grenada, Panama, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Jugoslawia and Afghanistan.
It has a lot of military bases in a lot of countries in the whole world and they have spend the last year with bombarding Afghanistan, where thousands of civils were killed and hundreds of captured Al Qaida and Taliban soldiers were massacred.
A mark of the German Nazi regime was an evil militarism and it's despise against the international law and the worldwide opinion. The Bush administration, which uses military force as the central body of their foreign policy, is today far more like the Hitler-regime than any other government. Bush's behaviour in front of the UN personified his government's fury of war and their disrespect for the international law.
And this disrespect can exactly be found in danyet's postings. So I see him as an incarnation of Bush's behaviour. If every American is like this, then we have the prove that Bush (the personification of America) threatens the whole world.
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