Is it True? Civil War in Iraq does not exist!

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  1. Rocko9

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    This was a topic from the American Thinker
    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles.php?article_id=5287
    No Civil War in Iraq
    February 28th, 2006

    Do not fear a civil war in Iraq. The strife on display is the unfortunate evolution of a burgeoning democracy. These are the last gasps from a segment of the populace reluctant to accept its diminished political clout as the country’s ethnic minority. There are already signs of Sunnis backing away from an all-out confrontation.
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    The subject was also brought on Fox's Neil Cavuto.

    Civil War or Evolution?
     
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    To be honest, that has been my opinion all along. But, not wishing to engage in a round of armchair general, I have remained silent.
     
  3. Rocko9

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    Either way, it is a bloody mess. I see no choice but for our troops to sit on the sidelines and let this happen.Without international involvement , the task at hand is very burdoning.
     
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    John Mendez is simply trying to reinforce the globalists mantra. Order Out Of Chaos. The Hegelian Dialectic is alive and well and being acted out in Iraq as well as the rest of the world.

    Thesis + Anti Thesis = Synthesis

    Michael Ledeen calls it "creative destruction" but it operates by the same principle Rocko9.

    This is exactly the impression you are supposed to come away with. Unless we all give up our national sovereignty to a one world government we are all doomed. That is the intended synthesis.

    Your consent to this synthesis is being skillfully engineered for you to more easily except the "inevitable" control of the NWO.

    Morpheus
     
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    So far, the violence in Iraq is not even close to a full blown civil war.

    I'm hoping the Iraqis have enough good sense to not let it become one.
     
  6. Rocko9

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    Poncho,
    I love my National soveriegnty too much to give it up.And at the same time I can understand how it is being skillfully wrested away from us without our ever realizing it for the most part.
    I notiiced Bush is using the word "Global Society" a lot these day especially in light with the Port deal going down.
     
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    I understand that you love it to much to give it up Rocko9. That's the beauty of the globalist system set up in our government. No matter which party is in power you needn't worry about giving it up, our elected "public servants" are there to do it for us whether we like it or not.

    And the media is there to demonize those of us that are unwilling to give it up by labeling us "isolationists" and claiming we are part of the vast "liberal conspiracy" or traitors to our own country or what not. Nevermind that we are putting our loyalty to our country and it's founding principles ahead of our loyalties to the globalist impostors calling themselves democrats and republicans.

    Bush is a globalist same as his "adopted brother" Bill Clinton and he is just picking up where Bill left off in bringing our republic and people further under the control of the elite. Only Bush is more dangerous that Bill Clinton imo because his supporters actually believe he cares about and is trying to protect American interests. Nothing could be further from the truth of course. But hey people like to root for the team. What can I say?
     
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    even if it is a domestic argument in one household, it can be considered civil war.
     

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