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EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
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There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins
EdgarStmartins
2003-09-05 13:03:07 UTC
Permalink
There was this report on TV yesterday, about the proposal for a pipeline
from
Kirkuk to Haifa in Israel, via Jordan.

Well, I think the Bush team miscalculated a lot of things while going in
to Iraq. All the contracts for rebuilding of the Oil industry had already
been
allotted, well before the war started. The war ended rather quickly, but the
insurgency and lawlessness has made it impossible for the American companies
to even step into Iraq. The likes of Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz thought
they were the smartest folks in the world. The vacuum created by Saddam's
brutal police, is hard to fill for the American troops. All along the US has
said
that they have 35 coalition partners in Iraq. Last week, the Poles packed
their bags, after the attack on UN. Nobody wants casualties. I think the
Indian
government was smart enough in not getting involved.

And now one hears the US and UK talking about UN involvement!! Blair
is in trouble because of falsifyiing the WMD intelligence and also read
about
the Australian government being under pressure. The US, UK and Australia
were the 3 main countries, of the so-called 35 strong coalition. If Iraq did
have WMD, the coalition better find it NOW! Wonder if Saddam could himself
find them, if his regime was still in power. Most of the MIGs and Mirages
hidden
in the sand are now good for only the museums.

Nagesh Bhatcar
==========================================================
The US and its leader are like fools who rush in where angels feared to
thread. They are in a quagmire now and want others to help bring back Iraq to
pre-war levels. Thay will however not relinquish their leadership and they
deserve to stand on their own feet. India has been contemplating or expected to
send 17,000 soldiers there where they could rub shoulders with their Pakistani
counterparts. I feel that India should stay out but India may fall for the
lucre that sending its jawans to Iraq will bring. An Indian soldier will receive
a bonus that will be shared with the Indian Government who will stand to
benefit. Besides, they will be admitted to the weapons club -free to buy F 16s and
smart bombs. They have already allied themselves with Israel who have
promiased to help India's weapon industry.

Now, is the time when the Russians could get their revenge by supplying
arms to the Iraqi rebels just like the US did in Afganistan. God Bless
America and its nefarious activities.

Edgar Martins

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