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[casi] Letter published in Guardian today




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 Your report might help explain how the American people managed to get Bush
as president in the first place. You state: "He told a crowd of cheering US
soldiers in Texas that if force became necessary they would not be conquering
the Iraqi people, but "liberating" them. It is possible that, as with a TV
audience, a senior officer held up a poster saying "cheer!" Doesn't anyone
question why the Iraqi people do not want to be "liberated'? Does not this
"liberation" remind them of Germany "liberating" Poland and Czechoslovakia?
Can you "liberate" people by killing large numbers of them?
Christopher Leadbeater
Hailey, Oxon
http://www.guardian.co.uk/letters/story/0,3604,869296,00.html




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