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Sunday, August 18, 2002
Right Wing News proprietor John Hawkins asks:
…how could anyone who knows about 9/11, the 'War on Terrorism', the Bush Doctrine, & the 'Axis of Evil', think that [invading] Zimbabwe should make just as must sense as [invading] Iraq in Bush's eyes?Let’s see…
Both countries are run by thugs who brutalize their own people. Both countries could probably attack the United States on some level if they wanted to. No convincing evidence has been made public that either country has any intention of attacking the U.S. now or even wants to attack the U.S. in the abstract. No convincing evidence has been made public that either country has tried to attack the U.S. in recent memory.
It seems to me that the two countries are fairly similar in this regard. I would be interested in reading someone explain why Iraq is a greater threat to the U.S. than Iraq is, if there answer was not based on arguments that the U.S. can and/or should dominate the world, geographic location, misunderstandings about religion and/or race.