Thursday, December 14, 2006

Iraq in perspective

The three-point plan for Iraq:

1. Kurdistan. The Sunnis put the kurds through Hell, so the Kurds should get their own state, as a client-State of the US, with the Western oil fields annexed to it, as reparations.

2. Greater Iran. The Sunnis put the Iranians through Hell, so the Iranians should get a loose political affiliation with the Shiite regions in the south.

3. Hell. The Sunnies should understand that, when you put another people through hell, there isn't much moral support when other people put you through hell. So, just like in The Man with No Name in "High Plains Drifter", we should rename the Sunni Triange "Hell", and only return with blasts whenever they seem to be emerging into some sort of social organization.

So this scenario has an inherent fairness: The Iranians are compensated for the Iran-Iraq war (where United States aid helped produce around a million extra casualties); the kurds are compensated for Sunni genocide; and the sunnis serve as a global object lesson for ethnic minorities not to exploit ethnic majorities.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm. Wonder what how that lesson will sit with non-Iraqi Sunnis. I believe they are only a minority in Iraq.
Really Borrow. You might as well take the toughest Kurd, Sunni and Shiite fighters in the land and have them cage fight to the death. Still, it's no worse than the ISG report and i doubt you spent more than ten minutes pulling it out of your butt. So kudos on that. Perhaps History will vindicate you after all.

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