[Full-disclosure] Free Iraq
marcio.barbado at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 12:42:34 GMT 2008
now that your first argumentative pillar succumbed, you dastardly hide
yourself behind false interpretations on Resolutions 1441 and 687. Not
to mention your silly move, approaching Resolution 678 to the former
Convenient and biased interpretations! That's what your law
understanding seems to be all about.
That's it, study:
Let's try not to post off-topic (though relevant) stuff here anymore.
Kofi Annan sent you his best regards,
On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 9:48 PM, Throwaway1 at columbus.rr.com
<Throwaway1 at columbus.rr.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Mar 27, 2008 at 3:56 PM, M.B. Jr. wrote:
> >there is absolutely no sense in evoking 1990's UN-authorized action...
> You can stop right there M.B.
> You claim there was no sense in evoking [sic] the UN's authorization of
> That you appear to not understand what the words "Cease Fire" means is your
> problem, not mine. Saddam had obligations and failed to meet them. Period.
> Neither your understanding nor your approval is required.
> > On Wed, Mar 27, 2008 at 3:08 PM, "security concern" wrote:
> > Sorry to inject some real truth here, guys.
> >...the then UN Secretary General, Mr. Kofi Annan (referring to the 2003
> Iraq invasion) >termed the invasion 'illegal'.
> Two points:
> a) It's been my experience that people who claim to be speaking "real
> truth" are generally as full of crap as a Christmas Goose. It's almost as
> cliched and ridiculous as "speaking truth to power".
> b) The notion that you would hold forth a man who was up to his neck in the
> United Nations "Oil for Food" scandal as an arbiter of legality is absurd
> to the point of surrealism. MC Escher himself would feel compelled to roll
> his eyes and say; "Niggah Please".
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