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Re: [casi] Regime change, the lesser evil

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In a message dated 28/09/02 09:17:52 GMT Daylight Time,

> The priority is to end Saddam's regime and end sanctions.
> More importantly, would not a regime change by the US by the quickest and
> least bloody way of ending sanctions?
> Stop being a pacifist and be realistic and practical.
> Best wishes,
> Yasser

US cannot be expected to act with integrity after appalling massacres of
troops ten years ago and appalling massacres of civilians under
sanctions.There are just too many unhealthy rumours of control of oil, of
denying freedom to Kurds, of joining Iraq and Jordan under Abdullah, of
excuse for ethnic cleansing in Palestine, of next 'war' on Iran or Syria, or
Saudi Arabia etc etc.. Americans think Middle East is a Board Game. They are
completely incapable of regarding Arabs as people.

It is not war when there are 200,000 killed on one side and 300(mostly
friendly fire) on the other. That is a brutal massacre, not a fight. US have
an inhuman arrogance that has to be defied, not poodle licked. Of course
Saddam is a tyrant but he is small fry in the 'threat stakes' compared with


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