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Wow what a group of retards. I don't think there's a forum on the internet with such a gaggle of cackling, slobbering igits.

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Wow Special Ed, you're getting schooled this week. I'm going to have to start charging you for this education.

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From Wikipedia:

"The Iraqi no-fly zones (NFZs) were proclaimed by the United States, United Kingdom and France after the Gulf War of 1991 to protect humanitarian operations in northern Iraq and Shiite Muslims in the south. Iraqi aircraft were forbidden from flying inside the zones. The policy was enforced by US, UK and French aircraft patrols until France withdrew in 1998. While the enforcing powers had cited United Nations Security Council Resolution 688 as authorising the operations, the resolution contains no such authorisation."

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Oh boy..its the same old song.

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"no fly zones were authorized by the UN "

Umm. No they weren't.

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It really is amazing to witness the lengths the United States has gone to in order to control Iraq over the past few decades. First, America essentially put Saddam into power and backed him in wars against Iran in the 1980s. Then they tacitly approved of his plan to invade of Kuwait in the 1990s, but went to war with him when he followed through. Then they tried to box him in throughout the 1990s and finally it culminated in getting bogged down in the current quagmire, which will have the monkey of Iraq on American backs for generations to come.

So this whole mess started with my parent's generation, and the burden will probably be passed down to my own grandchildren.

Attrocities get committed all over the world, Somalia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, etc. etc. and the USA hardly lifts a finger to help. But Iraq! For some reason America wants that land as crown jewel!

Could it be for the oil?

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Terms were dictated to the coalition forces. They were instructed by the UN to cease military operations in Iraq by that resolution.

Of couse they violated it later when American, British and French planes started dropping bombs to defend non-existent so-called "no fly zones".

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"accepting the terms of a permanent cease-fire arrangement."

A ceasefire is not a surrender. You'd think a supposed veteran would understand the difference. But then again, he's *special*.

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It's amazing the bullcrap that neocons can spew and their little minions actually eat it up like it's the unadulterated truth. For instance in this very thread 38Special Ed starts spewing about how Iraq unconditionally surrendered it's sovereignty at the end of the first gulf war, and the rest of the peanut gallery chimes in with their accolades.

In reality, the first gulf war was settled with a UN peace agreement and ceasefire (not terms of surrender), and the resolution (United Nations Security Council Resolution 687) recognized the sovereignty of Iraq in it's wording:

"Affirming the commitment of all Member States to the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of Kuwait and Iraq, and noting the intention expressed by the Member States cooperating with Kuwait under paragraph 2 of resolution 678 (1990) to bring their military presence in Iraq to an end as soon as possible consistent with paragraph 8 of resolution 686 (1991),"

Terms of surrender ... Bah!

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"wanna bet?"

Sure.

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