3 results for 'weapons of mass destruction'
...understand Iraq. The only certainty has been and more chaos.
I am convinced, in this anniversary year, that history will look back on the Iraq War as one of the great political and strategic disasters of our age. The whole escapade was built on a lie after lie: Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction and he had no contact whatsoever with Islamic terrorist groups like al-Qaeda. It was the invasion itself that gave these murderous militants a major opportunity. Rather than a stable democracy, the most pronounced of Bush’s many delusions, Iraq today is not that much better than... (more)
... our modern standards, but they are more than Scientists in my view, because they were aware of the future humans’ self-destructive tendencies and behaviour and their past predictions seems to be nearing true, with the rampantly growing enimity between the nations, holding formidable weapons of mass destruction. This is the most impending danger than the Natural Disastrers that destroy us on installment basis.
But the mass destruction and instantaneous deaths are inevitable if we mishandle and mis-manage our own behaviour and thinking, with spurious warnings by each other to... (more)
... time no one wants to tackle. However I feel that it is a necessary duty and some one has to do it. So here I am at it again; pillaging the decorum of the off beat topics that everyone either fears or dreads considering or conversing. (ESPECIALLY ON LINE) The focus of debate today is "Weapons of Mass Destruction". Who deserves the right to manufacture and control them? And the U.S operation in Iraq is it helping or harming Iraq?
This topic was selected in response to the critics of one of my articles ("Reality and The Mythic Narrative of War Collide") as a response to their views on... (more)
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