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The US is Murdering The Iraqis Each day we eat three meals a day sometimes more We listen to music drive in our cars or play on our high-tech computers Some may pick up the newspaper but other than those few words on the page the American population is living a life of excess Excess that is at the expense of other peoples lives The American people take pride in the capitalistic democracy that is a model for the other countries but they forget to watch the government They dont even know what their government is doing For years now people on the street curse and wish death upon the Saddam Hussein He has been given titles such as the devils son because the media has told all of the horrible things he has done The media has shown how he is killing his own people for power The struggle for power is killing the people of Iraq but it is not their own government who is fighting for this power it is the only remaining world super power the United States of America fighting constantly to hold on to its domination It is a ritual of the United States to stop any country from taking our power The government will destroy any way of life that may take away from the policy of democratic promotion for the US is the model of such a way of life If that role was threatened then their power would be threatened This is shown in the history Iraq and US relations from 1972 on In 1972 Iraq began to nationalize its oil large amounts of money where now coming into the country Saddam was using this money to help his people in a way no other country ever has A free education system was set up for everyone in the country from the equivalent of kindergarten to college or professional school There was free housing for everyone
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