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Charles Fletcher
Posted about 1 year ago
Why does the security situation in Iraq remain as it is?
I reread my post and felt i should make it clearer regarding education. the current system is beyond economical repair so its bust but the future is the key teach them how to think and reason give them the stability to grow and they shall change the nation of yours for the better. I do not think currently that my homelands policy on education is any good in fact i think it is as broken as your current leadership so please don't look to us for help in this! But it tires me out when meeting everyday joe who has the stupidest misconceptions and stereotypes that are not from there own personal experience but claptrap they have been spoon fed by media, religion or government. People need to stop and realize they don't tell lies for no reason there is always a motive. I always like to think humans have an absolute need to have a common enemy if it is based on sexuality, gender or religion it does not matter to the masters only that they are not under the spotlight and can follow there own agenda without scrutiny. So leave the government to do as they please let the masses ignore them for the time being eventually they will die from old age and you can hope the next generation can make the difference from the ground up.
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Charles Fletcher
Posted about 1 year ago
Why does the security situation in Iraq remain as it is?
As a "westerner" I feel a certain amount of blame can be placed on our shoulders for much of the problems faced in the middle east. I believe that the current situation in Iraq will continue for a long time mainly because most of the extremism is perpetrated by people who do not have a real agenda and so with no real purpose they understand what they want is unattainable. However the individuals who control the extremists do have an agenda and it is always about power it is in our very nature. Once one extremist leader feels he has achieved his goal a different group will emerge trying to take power it will just go on perpetually until one group gets enough power to crush any opposition this is what we had with Saddam. There is in my own opinion only one cure for this and it is education education followed by some more education. I am well travelled and I have experienced many cultures and frankly I consider myself worldly wise and race colour or creed have no meaning to me but I very much understand how easy it is to think otherwise. How we can make i difference in Iraq and other countries with similar problems is maybe a little extreme but if i had the choice i would implement a severe criminal code for all crimes that are similar to western ideals but i would make punishments more severe in themselves. I would then throw money into a moderate education system to allow the future generations to question themselves and there own beliefs. I would not for one minute suggest you educate in a fashion to say this is wrong you will go to hell for this etc etc only educate children so they have the strength to form there own opinions and beliefs. Only the 2nd generation will be strong enough in its conviction to make change if you take a look at all moderate governments its taken them centuries to get to these positions but in today's society we have Facebook and expect immediate change when reality just doesn't work that way.