20 mars 2008

Five years after the invasion of Iraq and Mesopotamia still far from democracy and prosperity

Despite the American invasion of Iraq five years ago, and the fall of the regime of Saddam Hussein, despite the allegations of U.S. President George W. Bush who asserts that the world has become safer after the overthrow of Saddam, Mesopotamia is still far from peace and democracy. The Iraqis find that the USA have not been able to achieve victory in its war to eradicate terrorism and entrench democracy in the world. In this context, Abu Fares Darraji, selling cigarettes in Baghdad, thinks that Bush, who talks about the victory,... [Lire la suite]
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20 mars 2007

After four years, the war in Iraq has led to a geopolitical chaos rather than democracy

The American war in Iraq has lost its original purpose. Instead of carrying out the wishes of Washington to democratize the Near and Middle East, this war has caused a serious geopolitical chaos in the Middle East. It is now very difficult to transform Iraq into a model of democracy. Four years after the outbreak of war in Iraq, which caused hundreds of thousands casualties among Iraqis, in addition to 3500 soldiers of the coalition forces, we can say that this war has only succeeded in overthrowing the regime of Saddam Hussein,... [Lire la suite]
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08 avril 2003

The Iraqis on the altar of American oil companies ... Agents refrain

"It is believed die for the homeland ... we die for industrialists", according to Anatole France in the early 20th century. The daily french newspaper "l'Humanite" see that this maxim has been manipulated by the Americans at the beginning of the 21st century to become: "It is believed to die for freedom ... we die for financiers of the American election campaign", more precisely "Halliburton", the giant American oil company and sisters who keep strong ties with the dicision makers at the White... [Lire la suite]
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04 avril 2003

Fedayeen Saddam, Peshmerga, nuclear strike: "Terror" options of war

Analysts and military strategists lose their breath following the developments of operations "on the ground" in Iraq and elsewhere, not to mention the probaganda going in parallel conducted by the USA and Britain against Iraq. On the other side, Baghdad is "barding" a strong resistance to the attacks of the most sophisticated armada of the planet. In this "huge" disparity of force, some Western analysts stop in front of "simple" events that attract analysts "pro" or... [Lire la suite]
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30 mars 2003

"Oil against food" .. a rich history of controversies, disputes and tragedies

The international community has proposed a serial formulas for aid in humanitarian crises that are tearing the earth ... But the program "oil against food", imposed on Iraq, still ahead of these formulas, without any competition, for raising, as international programme, controversies and disputes of the hottest, not to mention the tragedy produced by the imposition of sanctions on the Iraqi people. The inception of the programme is fraught with jerky events, developments and milestones "so attractive". The... [Lire la suite]
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20 mars 2003

Iraq is the "goose that lays the golden eggs" for the United Nations .... but also the USA

It is a big mistake to believe that Iraq is a country burdened by sanctions imposed for years ... On the banks of Tigris and the Euphrates is always a flood of wealth, but not for the benefit of Iraqis ... Despite the suffering of Iraqi people by the shortage of medicines and food, the UN sees the Iraq with an eye, as it considers this country, for over 12 years, as "goose that lays the golden eggs". Georges Malbrunot and Christian Chesnot, two french journalists specialized in the affairs of the Middle East, have... [Lire la suite]
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