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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    Nope! Didn't mention any specific posts here, just commenting on the inaccuracy of your comments about Iranian political affairs and the coup d'etat.
    Yep you are of the belief that removing a Prime Minister who dissolves parliament through a fraudulent referendum in which they garner a 99.9% yay vote, and then extends their "emergency powers" indefinitely, is a bad thing and that it is somehow responsible for the Mullahs's (who opposed Mossadeq to begin with) rise to power.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Provide a link or STFU.
    Link to an internet? And why so angry? Don't you like talking about brutality of "regimes" towards their citizens?

    So, when are we to expect the US military might to come and free and democratise us?

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Um they did when they risked their lives to vote for him.

    Facts are stubborn things.
    You are right, facts are stubborn things. And so far the fact is: the power of Iraqi government does not exceed the limits of the zones of heavy US/UK military presence. Clearly, the elections were "certifyed".

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    You are right, facts are stubborn things. And so far the fact is: the power of Iraqi government does not exceed the limits of the zones of heavy US/UK military presence. Clearly, the elections were "certifyed".
    That's incorrect. Baghdad controls Basra.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    You are right, facts are stubborn things. And so far the fact is: the power of Iraqi government does not exceed the limits of the zones of heavy US/UK military presence.
    Um ya I guess that's why Iraqi troops and security forces now outnumber Coalition forces by an appx. ratio of 2-1.

    Clearly, the elections were "certifyed".
    Yes they were certified as free and fair by independent international observers. Thanks for playing.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by rogerredy View Post
    Advice for you as well, please stop posting. You are embarrassing yourself off of this board...
    Never offer an advice you are not prepared to follow yourself.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    Date the report you linked was published: April 2009

    Date of the assasinations: October, 2009

    Wow. Amazing. Your report PREDICTED that the U.S. would assassinate Revolutionary Guard commanders?

    I did read. You need to read your own damn links.
    Did you understand what you were reading, or do you think things just happen in world politics without any prior connections and interlinks?

    I don't think you read it through, though.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    That's incorrect. Baghdad controls Basra.
    ... and US controls Baghdad.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Um ya I guess that's why Iraqi troops and security forces now outnumber Coalition forces by an appx. ratio of 2-1.



    Yes they were certified as free and fair by independent international observers. Thanks for playing.

    And?

    Is Iraq a stable country with a strong government? No. Why? Because Iraqis do not support their government. Why? Because it's a puppet government, and your "international community" can write as many reports on the "fairness" of the elections in Iraq it will not change the fact: Iraqi government is regarded puppet by Iraqi people and they do not wish to support it.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    ... and US controls Baghdad.
    No the people of Iraq control Baghdad through their representatives who have been dually elected in certified free and fair elections. I understand that you yearn for a return to genocidal dictatorship for the Iraqi people but to bad so said, Iraq is a Representative Democratic Republic.

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