Black People : Saddam Killed

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Therious, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. Therious

    Therious Banned MEMBER

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    I can't say that Hussein did not deserve to die. But I can say who is U.S.to go around the world policing (usually states with oil). We all know why whitey does what it does. They built Hussein, Hussein was gaining power and trading oil in Euros. Why does any one trust the U.s? It's amazing how many people are so easily sold on this war. well no its not.

    I will ask what were Husseins crimes? He gased the Kurds up north they say. But why? I ask my people in the forum, how would you handle a group of people trying to create there own state in your country? How would you handle another group trying to over throw your nation?

    I am not suggesting Hussein was not a Tyrant, but you can find cold blooded killers in power any where in the world. Starting in washington D.C. Hussein was respected from the mideast, to Africa, to asia for standing up against U.S. imperialism. Again I am not saying he was a good man by any means, Karma caught up with him.

    We are seeing what Europeans will do for money and powr. they don't give a **** about the shiite people. when they try to do their own thing, they will kill them too! I wonder how many blacks in the U.S. military will help invade Africa, when it's time to get that oil-err- I mean protect the people from dictatorship.
     
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    I was on "Sadaam Watch" tonight and watched some college basketball and came back to see this. At the time I left they had like 30 minues to execute Sadaam before an Islamic holy period.

    Watching FOX news now....
     
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    At some time during the late 70's, the U.S. was gearing up to go into Africa. This was the same time that I was in the Army. At that time the U.S. military was at least 35% Black. It was decided the U.S. military was too Black to fight in Africa.
     
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    Hmmm, enlighten me. I still have no idea as to what EXACTLY it is Sadaam did that warrants this type of negative image. I've heard he's committed crimes against humanity, and he was a tyrant, but WHERE in history does a leader NOT err, where the people governed DON'T suffer in some way or another? Look at the U.S.

    Peace
     
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    Sadaam at one time was a paid enforcer of the CIA and they used him as a base to support the Talaban in Afghanistan against the soviet backe military government. The Taliban and Bin Ladin were supported by the CIA with logistical support from the US.

    Sadaam later massacred the Kurds which obstructed the CIA plans for operating the oil pipeline in Kurdistan and Bin Ladin, Sadaam and the Talaban pulled an "Idi Amin" and gave the CIA the finger.

    Sadaam also then sought to block the us access in the gulf region which sparked the war in Kuwait.

    Its gone downhill since...
     
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    Blackhawk Down!


    I think we will soon see the results of this. Civil war will be the least of our worries there
     
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    This Is Interesting

    Primakov: Saddam reached deal with US before attack

    6/25/2004 KurdishMedia.com
    Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein cut a deal with the United States before the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, former Russian prime minister Yevgeny Primakov said in an interview published on Thursday.

    “There was an understanding with the Americans, as paradoxical as it may seem,” Primakov told the Russian daily Gazeta in a lengthy interview.

    “Why weren’t the bridges of the Tigris blown up when the American tanks approached Baghdad? Why weren’t Iraqi aviation and tanks used, and where are they now?” asked Primakov, a former head of the Russian secret service and a specialist in Arab affairs who was formerly on good terms with Saddam.

    “Why was there an immediate ceasefire? Why was there practically no resistance a year ago?” he added.

    Primakov, who now heads Russia’s chamber of trade and industry, also cast doubt on the authenticity of footage of Saddam’s reported capture that circled the world on December 14.

    “They showed two soldiers with guns with palm trees in the background near the hole (where Saddam was reportedly hiding). At that time of year, date palms are never in bloom,” he said.

    “Finally, any man can tell you that such a long beard (as Saddam had when he was reportedly caught) could not grow in seven months,” he said.

    “All evidence suggests that Saddam surrendered earlier and the story of the hole was invented later,” he said. Primakov, who was also Russian foreign minister, made two secret trips to Iraq at the request of President Vladimir Putin, shortly before the invasion by US and British troops.
     
  9. Kokujin

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    Saddam has hundreds of his own people killed and creates dominion over his country, ruling with an iron fist, and he is called an evil dictator.

    George Bush II creates dominion over his country and kills hundreds of his own people while running the country through the mud, he is called a president.

    I don't get it.
     
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