ISIS would always have risen its head Saddam or no Saddam, who knows they may have even joined forces, a truly terrifying thought, human beings have not yet developed the ability to see in to the future, we grow, change and evolve through trial and error, failure, tragedy, success and discovery. We will never know if getting rid of Saddam was the right or wrong thing to do, but something had to be tried, we have to try, the world is a disgusting cesspit at times, mainly due to the intelligent creature that is man! Nice to have a mini debate but in all honesty im on this forum to discuss trades and shares not the life and times of ISIS and Saddam............go RBS lets see some more steady growth over the next few weeks! Take it easy mehran :)
We elect our politicians to do what they consider best based upon the expertise of their civil servants and other expert advisers. We have to believe they know what are the rights and wrongs and actions required. It is very easy for us to sit afterwards and tell them they got it wrong but I would suggest most of them will say that they would do the same again. It would have been very easy to stay out of Iraq but who knows what may have happened if we had? Certainly there will be more research and consideration given to similar situations in future. In the meantime our leaders must deal with what is in front of them and they must have our support.
Im not sure if you know any one who ever visited the country when Saddam was in charge or if any one came back with good or bad memories of the place or the man but what is the point of taking one Saddam and putting in place thousands of worse Saddams? he was a mad man.... OK il buy that but its better than a mad perverted ideology surely which has tainted a part of humanity. Gassing Kurds is a different argument, yes it was very wrong and i feel touched as i relate to that part of the world and its people but Kurds never see themselves as iraqis and traditionally never united and have always done their own things with a touch of what would amount to no less than treason in Europe and America. in terms of good feel factor, Iraqis had the biggest percentage of home owners in the world and their students had a life of luxury in Europe and America at the courtesy of Saddam, Iraqis were expected to have a fairly good life expectancy providing they did not publicly condemn the man. you think they are better off now!!!!!!! well lets ask that vegetable seller man/woman in Baghdad before he or she too gets blown up like thousands other street sellers who rather work than join that long recruiting queue to join ISIS like many young hungry desperate Iraqis.
At least Saddam isnt around any longer to kill thousands of his own people with chemical warfare, however you look at it, the man was a cancer in his country and killed innocent families and individuals, i for one am glad that is over, the cost today may seem harsh but the regime was far far harsher over many decades!!!!!!!!!!
Ok, so Mr Blair and Bush decide to de stabilize a very stable, wealthy and progressive region by invading Iraq all in the name of freedom!!!!!! by the way it was Christ's Dad himself who had asked Mr Blair to lie and invade. OK, we now have a bankrupt fragmented unstable region who is trying to find it's feet again and amongst the hurdles there is an entity called ISIS which i wont expand to save further embarrassment. Now, i further understand that Mr Blair still insisting that Iraq is much better place without Saddam, but better for whom? i might ask. You are welcome to your personal opinion but Brain washed and Seeds of brain washing started right here at the white house in my opinion.
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