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Originally posted by huang262 at 2006-11-6 14:21
Start by minding your own business.
Go back to your own country and solve your own problems before preaching to other people.
What problems? The US dollar is dropping into a bottomless pit. T ...
Well, it's a bit difficult then isn't it when everyone wants you dead.:)
No seriously, i see your point since i'm not that happy about American foreign policies, so this is a bit harder than i thought. That said I'm glad it's Washington who leads and not former Moscow (or the present for that sake). But I do wish they could be better at letting thing pass, istead of so rigidly try and stop it. Because every time they've tried to stop communism and now islamism from spreading/growing, their methods are so far from the new principals of the west, it's ultimately working againts it's purpose, because of the dubble standards. And the suffering lain in its wake is often reason enough to hate them. But since both communism and islamism are incompatible with the west's practise of civil liberties, i see why they feel they got to act this way, i just don't agree that its effectful.
It's a shame Irak was so obviuosly about something else, like they just couldn't resist the chance of getting hold of some more oil while they were at it. And i'm glad it proved more difficult than they though, because they need to learn how to restrain themselves. But Saddam wasn't a saint, so don't cry for him, okey? And I think it is the militant islamists who are the main problem there now, making it impossible for US to leave although you could bet they would if things could just cool down. This have been so embarrasing for them.
Personally I don't see the problem of minding other countries buisness, because the problems in this world are so great, that we need to work more tightly together. The West believe it have found solutions to many of them, that why we push so bad. Besides, what are the alternatives, I have yet to hear. Shall we all sit on our own corners of the world, pretending everything is fine?