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Why the US Shouldn't Get Involved

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Black Red Devil

These are my personal feelings - not the policy of my government - they don't ask my advice. When innocents suffer we ALL are degraded - no matter who is doing the killing. But to say there is NEVER a just reason to wage war is to accept slavery eventually - no thanks.

You made a comment on a forum, I responded by agreeing but only if your Govt was consistent in it's approach. Who suggested anything about the Govt seeking your advice? So when is there a just reason? Why boots on the ground in Iraq, equipment in Libya and nothing in Syria?

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You made a comment on a forum, I responded by agreeing but only if your Govt was consistent in it's approach. Who suggested anything about the Govt seeking your advice? So when is there a just reason? Why boots on the ground in Iraq, equipment in Libya and nothing in Syria?

You began your comment by saying you doubted me. I reiterated that it was my personal feeling. Syria is Russia's client. Syria is a civil war that has no solution that can have a good outcome for the west. Syria is a blood sponge and if it does not cool down naturally it may spark a regional or even global war. THAT makes it quite different from the others you mentioned. For my part I have said that Iraq was a mistake and Libya was just wrong. But I believe the US went into a support of the Libyan action as support for Britain and France - who need/want the oil there. We are allies after all.

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You began your comment by saying you doubted me. I reiterated that it was my personal feeling. Syria is Russia's client. Syria is a civil war that has no solution that can have a good outcome for the west. Syria is a blood sponge and if it does not cool down naturally it may spark a regional or even global war. THAT makes it quite different from the others you mentioned. For my part I have said that Iraq was a mistake and Libya was just wrong. But I believe the US went into a support of the Libyan action as support for Britain and France - who need/want the oil there. We are allies after all.

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