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GUEST,guest from NW BS: Irony: Bush and the UN (85* d) RE: BS: Irony: Bush and the UN 19 Apr 04

"You asked for international cooperation. Do you mean you don't want it? I ask again, do you want international
cooperation or not? You can't complain we didn't ask for it and then cast aspersions on the reasons for asking for it when you're one of the people insisting on it."

you're showing a bit of thickheadedness here strick. you want to ask an irrelevant question and then answer it yourself to your satisfaction. i tried to simplify this in an earlier reply but you seem to have missed it, so here again, with numbers.

1.people asked for international cooperation and UN involvement BEFORE the bushits took unilateral action while declaring the UN "irrelevant".

2. bush and his "washington" cabal made a cursory appearence at the UN, under pressure, told lies and misrepresented information, used the UN resolution as a fake justification for their war and did their dirty work.

3. to slander the UN & international community, have your war no matter what they say, kill a bunch of innocent people along with a few terrorists while creating hundreds or possibly thousands more along the way, create a huge mess and then come back to the UN and international community and say "hey, you're about cooperation, right? how about some cooperation now to clean up our sh*t in iraq"... no, you say?! well then you never gave a darn about international cooperation anyway...isn't that what you wanted?" is a pretty underhanded and shabby way to conduct your foreign policy i'd say.

now is that simple enough or are there too many big words?

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