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Hayden
Hayden is on page 95 of 372
"If Bush & Blair knew that [WMD claims were] fraudulent why would they have gone through the war’s damaging diplomatic prelude; faced domestic criticism; dispatched armies around the globe;
made war plans [including] a hunt for the weapons, budgeted “several hundred million dollars” to destroy [WMD] once found, urged UN inspectors to expand searches rapidly; fought a war, without [finally] planting the evidence?"
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Hayden
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Just read a compelling analogy comparing the ambitions of Hussein to Hitler. The author contends that the Allies' ousting of the former may well have prevented a longer and more deadly war - given the toxic mix of Iraqi oil wealth with Hussein's malign intent; that, correspondingly, a preemptive war with Germany based upon reasonable intel could well have averted WWII. Food for thought...
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Hayden
Hayden is on page 60 of 372
Just read a compelling analogy comparing the destructive ambitions of Hussein with Hitler. The author contends that the Allies' ousting of the former may well have prevented a longer and more deadly war - given the toxic mix of Iraqi oil wealth with Hussein's malign intent; that, correspondingly, a preemptive war with Germany based upon reasonable intel could well have averted WWII. Food for thought...
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Hayden
Hayden is on page 45 of 372
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 329 of 372
'Genocide is the responsibility of the entire world.'
Jun 20, 2011 08:11AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 297 of 372
'We can support bombs to destroy Baathism and proudly remain on the left; we cannot support the undemocratic imposition of an uber-Thatcherite program and do so.'
Jun 19, 2011 07:43AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 281 of 372
'What is international law when you have the human rights commission in Geneva headed by Libya?'
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 242 of 372
'Too often in the post-9/11 world, when the time has come to translate the moral, and essentially progressive, roots of foreign policy idealism into plans for American action, liberals have said, "Duck."'
Jun 18, 2011 04:26AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 207 of 372
Note to self: Does Mient Jan Faber, in his rather vapid contribution to this volume, plagiarise (pp. 175-176) Peter W. Galbraith's summation of Ba'athist iniquity in the NYRB?--
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 207 of 372
'You have to go back to the apologias for, and fellow-travelling with, the crimes of Stalinism to find as shameful a moral failure of liberal and left opinion as in the wrong-headed - and too often, in the circumstances, sickeningly smug - opposition to the freeing of the Iraqi people from one of the foulest regimes on the planet.'
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 179 of 372
'Anti-Americanism may indeed have grown fiercer than it was during the cold war. It is a common phenomenon that when the angels fail to deliver, the demons become more fearsome.'
Jun 17, 2011 12:16AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 147 of 372
'"First Afghanistan, now Iraq. So who's next? Syria? North Korea? Iran? Where will it all end?" If these illegal interventions are permitted to continue, the implication seems to be, pretty soon, horror of horrors, no murderously repressive regimes might remain.'
Jun 16, 2011 03:51AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 106 of 372
'Sanctions make a substantial contribution to power based on privation, and they have never hurt a single despot in the whole history of their use.'
Jun 15, 2011 06:59AM Add a comment
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 76 of 372
'Realism suggests that some people are not going to be tractable in response to purely peaceable overtures. Indeed, it certainly appears that some individuals, including notably Saddam Hussein, will cheerfully help themselves to a yard for every inch offered by well-meaning peacemakers. When we are dealing with customers as tough as that, there is no alternative to being tough ourselves.'
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Rodney Ulyate
Rodney Ulyate is on page 39 of 372
'If the Bahreini royal family can have an embassy, a state, and a seat at the UN, why should the twenty-five million Kurds not have a claim to autonomy? The alleviation of their suffering and the assertion of their self-government is one of the few unarguable benefits of regime change in Iraq. It is not a position from which any moral retreat would be allowable.'
Jun 13, 2011 05:29AM Add a comment
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