Spreading democracy and aid?

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in General Discussion edited January 2014
To spread democracy and like-federal governments in a careful mannor should be a priority for the rich international community.



We're told that there will be a "gloriful" democracy for Iraq in the end...but looking back a few months...what happened to our commitment for Afghanistan. Seems it was left out of the budget all together until someone made a stink about it.



How bout that democracy Bush-Blair-Chretien??! How bout those textbooks and schools, human rights offices, medicine and quality ambassadorship?!





What are we supposed to gulp down THIS time round when Afghanistan is already being forgotten?

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    pfflampfflam Posts: 5,053member
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    Originally posted by DigitalMonkeyBoy

    To spread democracy and like-federal governments in a careful mannor should be a priority for the rich international community.



    We're told that there will be a "gloriful" democracy for Iraq in the end...but looking back a few months...what happened to our commitment for Afghanistan. Seems it was left out of the budget all together until someone made a stink about it.



    How bout that democracy Bush-Blair-Chretien??! How bout those textbooks and schools, human rights offices, medicine and quality ambassadorship?!





    What are we supposed to gulp down THIS time round when Afghanistan is already being forgotten?




    Good questions,

    worth reading twice.



    "in order to save the country, it became necessary to destroy the country"
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