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Former Obama aide points blame at Maliki
« on: June 15, 2014, 02:46:38 PM »

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Re: Former Obama aide points blame at Maliki
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2014, 03:12:33 PM »
Donilon was the problem with the National Security Team during the first term.  In truth, Obama walked away from the SOFA because it gave him the opportunity to "end the war" by pulling all US troops out of Iraq.

Malaki played a big role, but it was Obama who failed to insist that the SOFA be agreed to.


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Re: Former Obama aide points blame at Maliki
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2014, 03:21:50 PM »
All partisanship aside, can we reasonably expect the US to overcome 1400 years of shia-sunni conflict, just because we think it is a good idea?

If people in muslim lands and countries want peace, let them earn and maintain peace by themselves.

Our costly efforts now spanning decades, should have taught us the futility of believing these people are capable of modern civilization.

In that regard it is worthwhile to go back to the days after 9-11-2001 and read what leading experts were speaking and writing about.

It should be noted that almost every place in the world where muslims reside, there is trouble of some kind. In Russia muslims killed school children, for example. In Australia, they seek to live by sharia violence.

Let them kill each other. That is what they do. It is worthwhile to read "Caravans" by James Michener, which details the centuries old, continuous strife in Afghanistan.
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Re: Former Obama aide points blame at Maliki
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2014, 04:29:53 PM »
All partisanship aside, can we reasonably expect the US to overcome 1400 years of shia-sunni conflict, just because we think it is a good idea?

If people in muslim lands and countries want peace, let them earn and maintain peace by themselves.

Our costly efforts now spanning decades, should have taught us the futility of believing these people are capable of modern civilization.

In that regard it is worthwhile to go back to the days after 9-11-2001 and read what leading experts were speaking and writing about.

It should be noted that almost every place in the world where muslims reside, there is trouble of some kind. In Russia muslims killed school children, for example. In Australia, they seek to live by sharia violence.

Let them kill each other. That is what they do. It is worthwhile to read "Caravans" by James Michener, which details the centuries old, continuous strife in Afghanistan.

The only problem with that is these guys refuse to stick to killing one another and eventually start coming after all infidels, which everyone except them, are.  Not to mention that we are talking about some of the most partisan religious extremists in the world, and they are not about to put it aside...

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