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I think that United States shouldnt attack Iraq That will mean having Occident against Orient Christians against Muslims No one in Europe wants another war No one except from Britain They would support United States even if this meant dooming thousands people to die I guess that all the Americans here wont agree with what I am saying and I also hope this wont lead my boyfriend and I to fight What I know for sure is that another war will lead millions of innocents to die Just like when United States decided to attack Afghanistan hoping to kill Bin Laden At first I thought it was the right thing to do But then how many children women and innocents died And Bin Laden is alive as well as mullah Omar So all those bombs for what For nothing at all The same thing will happen in Iraq Millions of innocents will die under Americans bombs I dont know if Nato will support United States this time I really hope not I dont want Europeans soldiers to get killed because of American interests And most of all I dont want Italian soldiers or Europeans in general to commit such a crime Theyd just go there and kill millions of innocents War is just a legalized crime you know Okay let me get this right An American Navy Seal falls out of his helicopter in Afghanistan This fall does not kill him He falls into a crowd of Taliban soldiers What do they do They brutily beat him then kill him Whats his business there anyway And dont come again with War against Terror Thats nonsense The different intelligence services knew about what would happen at 911 long before they just didnt take it serious enough or even accepted the inevitable to use for their own advantages and true targets which we start to see now Just
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