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Max Kellenberger

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  • First the US Army destroys their enemy (Soviets in Afghanistan) by sending weapons to rebels in the 1980’s and then they refuse to pay for schools and infrastructure. This leads to a country full of crime, corruption and terrorism, where the people are generally unhappy. And a few years later they have to “intervene” just because they didn’t pay those few million dollars to make the country stable. Also this happens in other less developed parts of the world, but no one seems to care. We have to

    First the US Army destroys their enemy (Soviets in Afghanistan) by sending weapons to rebels in the 1980’s and then they refuse to pay for schools and infrastructure. This leads to a country full of crime, corruption and terrorism, where the people are generally unhappy. And a few years later they have to “intervene” just because they didn’t pay those few million dollars to make the country stable. Also this happens in other less developed parts of the world, but no one seems to care. We have to stop making war and not rebuilding the country itself. Maybe we should try something new for Mosul !?!

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