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October 16, 2009

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lina

well, first of all i dont understand why people still dont get the undercover purpose of 9/11. Why people still believe that the US government didnt knew anything about this attack? after clearing this in mind, you will understand why US and other eurpoean countries have difficulties maintaining peace out there... it is clear that afghanistan has to be in an unstable situation for a certain period of time, otherwise a good government will keep on asking US Firms why they are taking so many mineral resources out of afghanistan, why so many soldiers are involved with the drugdealers and helping them by bringing the drugs to western countries and why why why???

mass casualty

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Fabian Ngui

The solution in Afghanistan is the use of force. That should be left to the military to carry out. Only when the situation can be stabilized, can a political method be found to administer the country. US foreign policy is haphazard in this area. Fight, no, don't fight, no, fight if you have to, no, fight safely, no, don't fight, give them democracy, no, their president is incompetent, oh no!, were losing the country, then etc.

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