Discussion in 'Africa' started by Robert, Apr 3, 2011.
doctrine to the slaughter of 1000 people or more Precisely an entire town.
Another UN-Mandated disaster. They support an opposition that is as brutal if not more-so than the Government they're forcing out. I can only Pray we don't get involved with that mess. But who knows? I guess we'll see.
So ALL situations are exactly the same to you are they?
In order to intervene in the Ivory Coast, we WOULD have to put "boots on the ground". You cannot institute a "no fly zone" there.
Oh, and the Ivory Coast exports oil.
Principal exports are petroleum, cocoa, coffee, pineapples, tuna, rubber, and tropical woods.
Ivory Coast Economy
Interpeace warns western Ivory Coast continues to be vulnerable to violence...
Western Ivory Coast Remains Vulnerable to Violence
March 12, 2013 A new report from the peacebuilding body Interpeace warns western Ivory Coast continues to be vulnerable to the type of violence that killed at least 1,000 people during the 2010-11 post-election conflict.
Republicans say we are broke. Thus, we can NOT afford another war. And, Republicans say negotiations and talking wont work. Only force will work.
Note to Republicans, yet again: WE CANNOT AFFORD YET ANOTHER WAR.
if you havent noticed, it's Obama who has been attacking various nations the past 4 years.
Obama is not the one who got us into two wars. In case you haven't noticed, we have not gone to war in Syria either. As for Libya, our involvement was minimal at best. It's not our job to police the entire world.
New attacks in Ivory Coast...
New Ivory Coast Unrest Displaces Thousands
March 27, 2013 In the past two weeks, three attacks have killed at least 13 people and displaced thousands in western Ivory Coast.
We're broke. We cant afford more wars. We cant afford to be the source of military welfare for the rest of the world.
Reminds me of Reagan when Sadam used chemical WMD's on Iranians.
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