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- John L - 04-20-2008

If some of them are not in the Paleolithic, they are at least still in the Neolithic. Wink1

Kind of difficult to bomb them back too much more.


- jt - 04-20-2008

Stroll: Cool new avatar. If you are so busy with geology in SE Asia, how do you have time to look for a new avatar? Or, did you hit is big with a new find, and can now lay back a bit?


- Palladin - 05-06-2008

To the thread,Iraq may be less safe inside Iraq now,but the neighbors are safer,that includes the USA. Looks like lots of the hacks Saddam used are just massacring fellow Iraqis anymore:

HERE

Here,we see 6000 dead suicide bombers in Iraq,99% of their victims? Iraqis. All those anti war guys wish they had plied their trade elsewhere we must assume:



HERE


- track_snake - 05-07-2008

Palladin Wrote:To the thread,Iraq may be less safe inside Iraq now,but the neighbors are safer,that includes the USA. Looks like lots of the hacks Saddam used are just massacring fellow Iraqis anymore:

HERE

Here,we see 6000 dead suicide bombers in Iraq,99% of their victims? Iraqis. All those anti war guys wish they had plied their trade elsewhere we must assume:



HERE

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Well...

US is not exactly a neighbor of Iraq. But Iran is sharing a long border with Iraq. And Iran has had a peaceful time since Saddam left. No wars any more; no problems with the Iraqi army...

/track_snake


- Palladin - 05-07-2008

Track,

The Iraqi Army will be a little more dangerous after we're done teaching them how to make modern warfare,Iranians understand this. Just consider that our allies have a habit of winning wars,even in the Kargill conflict in 1999 Pakistan's US armed and trained AF knocked the snot out of the Indian AF almost as bad as Israel did Syria's back around 1982.

Iran would have preferred to face the putrid Army Hussein had armed than the one we eventually will,believe it.


- track_snake - 05-08-2008

Palladin Wrote:Track,

The Iraqi Army will be a little more dangerous after we're done teaching them how to make modern warfare,Iranians understand this. Just consider that our allies have a habit of winning wars,even in the Kargill conflict in 1999 Pakistan's US armed and trained AF knocked the snot out of the Indian AF almost as bad as Israel did Syria's back around 1982.

Iran would have preferred to face the putrid Army Hussein had armed than the one we eventually will,believe it.
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Yes. But there is little probability that Al-Maliki will go in war with Iran as he is a Shia...

And he won't help Turkey fight the PKK in Kurdish Iraq either...

/track_snake


- John L - 05-08-2008

track_snake Wrote:
Palladin Wrote:Track,

The Iraqi Army will be a little more dangerous after we're done teaching them how to make modern warfare,Iranians understand this. Just consider that our allies have a habit of winning wars,even in the Kargill conflict in 1999 Pakistan's US armed and trained AF knocked the snot out of the Indian AF almost as bad as Israel did Syria's back around 1982.

Iran would have preferred to face the putrid Army Hussein had armed than the one we eventually will,believe it.
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Yes. But there is little probability that Al-Maliki will go in war with Iran as he is a Shia...

And he won't help Turkey fight the PKK in Kurdish Iraq either...

/track_snake

Perhaps. But don't forget that Iraqi Shia are Arabs, and Iranian Shia are Persians. If you do not take this into account, you will wonder why your predictions did not come out correctly. Wink1


- Palladin - 05-08-2008

The "religious affinity" thought made more sense when Iraq's shia were ruled by Sunnis than it does today when shia's rule shia's in Iraq. This is self evident.

As far as Maliki fighting Iran,he already is fighting Iran's proxy Army and that's more than Lebanon's government can currently state as we watch Hezzbollah take over Beirut and the government cowers like the wimps most Lebanese really are,that's not a state anymore than I'm a black man.

As fa ras Iraq invading Iran,I doubt that's happened more than once in the last 1000 years .


- Palladin - 05-11-2008

Looks like Iraq is not hospitable to al qaeda anywhere if this guy is a measuring stick:

HERE


- Palladin - 05-13-2008

Cars of terrorists and thugs are no longer safe in Iraq from the US Army's detailing shop,it went global:

HERE


- JohnWho - 05-13-2008

So that's what they meant by "we will find them and crush them!"


- Palladin - 05-13-2008

Yes,we call that the "Smashdown" anti terror technique.


- quadrat - 05-14-2008

There was some discussion in Bangkokpost's postbag recently about the justification of Iraq invasion and Gulf 1, one statement caught my attention. Pity I can't link to it no more. Gone the next day. Was by an American. Who claimed that Saddam obtained the ok in advance by America for his invasion of Kuwait, which was, after all, a former province of Iraq. America betrayed the agreement.
The same goes for the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, which was agreed upon by Carter and his NSA director, also to be betrayed.


- Palladin - 05-14-2008

It's true,nations give us a buzz,we authorize them to do ridiculous moves,they do them,we respond by knocking the snot out of them.

Started with us authorizing Stalin and Hitler to invade Poland. We stepped in after enough Germans and Russians were dead,we helped finish off Germans for good,then we took it easy on the Russki and let them just decide voluntarily to carve up their own nation.

Works pretty good,it's funny how many folks call us up for permission to invade their neighbors,isn't it?


- quadrat - 05-17-2008

You did authorize Stalin and Hitler to invade Poland. Wink1


- track_snake - 05-17-2008

quadrat Wrote:There was some discussion in Bangkokpost's postbag recently about the justification of Iraq invasion and Gulf 1, one statement caught my attention. Pity I can't link to it no more. Gone the next day. Was by an American. Who claimed that Saddam obtained the ok in advance by America for his invasion of Kuwait, which was, after all, a former province of Iraq. America betrayed the agreement.
The same goes for the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, which was agreed upon by Carter and his NSA director, also to be betrayed.
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I think Saddam got the impression from the US Ambassador to Iraq that it would be OK; or maybe it was from Madeleine Albright.

/track_snake


- JohnWho - 05-17-2008

track_snake Wrote:I think Saddam got the impression from the US Ambassador to Iraq that it would be OK; or maybe it was from Madeleine Albright.

Or maybe a tourist enjoying some Iraqi Hashish?


- track_snake - 05-17-2008

JohnWho Wrote:
track_snake Wrote:I think Saddam got the impression from the US Ambassador to Iraq that it would be OK; or maybe it was from Madeleine Albright.

Or maybe a tourist enjoying some Iraqi Hashish?
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Well...

I don't know anything about drugs so I can't answer your question...

/track_snake


- John L - 05-17-2008

quadrat Wrote:You did authorize Stalin and Hitler to invade Poland. Wink1

Perhaps you can provide us with a authoritative link "Q"?


- Palladin - 05-17-2008

Track,

What if Bush called up your President and said,"It's alright for you guys to invade fill in the blank nation now". You'd do it,right?