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A War To End All Wars By Robert Gonzalez For those of you who oppose the coming war with Iraq there is little you can now do to prevent it George Bush has staked his credibility on the project he has mid-term elections to consider oil supplies to secure and a flagging war on terror to revive Our voices are as little heard in the White House as the singing of the birds on Sunday morning George Bush gave no hint of an overall change in policy The firm impression remains that he intends to launch a war that will only end with Saddam Husseins overthrow But growing American public unease fuelled by international opposition has brought a clear shift in tone and tactics Mr Bush now stresses that war is neither imminent nor unavoidable He offers assurances that the US will not act alone but with its allies Like Tony Blair the Prime Minister of England whose influence is plainly discernible Mr Bush now makes Iraqi disarmament his ostensible top priority Like Colin Powell he hints that full Iraqi compliance with UN resolutions could effectively be deemed regime change even if Saddam retains power It would be comforting to conclude that Mr Bush has finally understood that in matters of such international consequence the US cannot simply dictate its will But the impulse for this shift lie elsewhere So if is stating a war is bad then waiting for a war would be worse
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