|Interesting take on the anti-war protests||VertAddict|
Feb 23, 2003 8:56 AM
|Some of you are probably aware of the take that many Iraqi nationals have on the protests, but check out this article by an Iranian journalist for a good discussion of the issue:
Raises some familiar questions: why is no one protesting Sadam's refusal to disarm, which is really the issue at the heart of the conflict? Also another nice little expose on what a jack@ss and hypocrite that Jesse Jackson is. Man, am I sick of that guy taking on every stupid cause for the purposes of self-promotion.
|thought provoking||Duane Gran|
Feb 23, 2003 4:15 PM
|Boy, just when I think I have my mind settled on a "no war" stance, something like that really stirs me. Thank you for posting it. I think the war protesters bring up some good points, but I think they are going off the deep end by villifying Bush and Blair.|
|re: Interesting take on the anti-war protests||Alpedhuez55|
Feb 23, 2003 7:15 PM
|Thanks for the article. The Iraqi exile voice is one you do not hear enough of in this debate. These exiles are going to be an important part of rebuilding a new Iraq. These are Doctors, engineers, poets, teachers and other professionals who will return to make Iraq a better place. Hopefully that example will lead to more change through out the Middle East.