Saddam Hussein played “a big game” with political representatives of the whole world and George Bush S. for a long time. This led to a war of the Persian Gulf. After the first round the score was 1: 0 for the world and the USA. But nothing could knock down Saddam. His people suffered every day with hunger, poverty and diseases intensified by restrictions imposed on Iraq.
But Saddam still stayed on. All the time he laughed at UN Commissioners trying to monitor the situation especially of weapons. What’s more Saddam took the liberty of ejecting them meanwhile he was assisting in bondage of Iraq people. We cannot forget that Saddam also built palaces for him and his family, established museums of himself and created biological and maybe even nuclear weapons. Well, the second round World vs.
Saddam 1: 1. Suddenly September 11 came and we woke up from lethargy. We started not to close our eyes to terrorism. We also remembered that once upon a time there lived Saddam and his poor people… and a lot of oil.
What are we going to do with it? We should help suffering Iraq people, get rid them of Saddam, give them freedom and democracy. And maybe we will be given their oil in return. Who is the right person to do it? Easy answer – George W. Bush. With the power of US Army, Tony Blair and God he can do anything. At least he thinks so.
Right now George is playing the third round and it seems he will be the winner. I think we all keep our fingers crossed for George. Although he didn’t mind that we hadn’t agreed with the war. We will get rid of Saddam, help poor Iraq people…
The Bush Administration's Relation With Iraq Prior to Iraq's Invasion of Kuwait: Credibility and Misperception Prior to the August 2, 1990 invasion of Kuwait on the part of Iraq, the United States had questionable relations with Iraq dictator, Saddam Hussein, to say the least. In retrospect, which is inherently advantageous as a 20/20 perspective, questions remain unanswered as to whether or not ...
and we will be given their oil. After that, I hope Iraq people find their smiles again in future.