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04/14/2003 Entry: "How America Lost the War, by William Rivers Pitt"

"At this moment, the city of Baghdad is in utter chaos.  The Museum of Antiquities in Baghdad, repository of over 5,000 years worth of cultural and regional history, has been utterly destroyed.  Mesopotamia and its people have lost an immeasurable portion of their history with this terrible act, one that could have been stopped by a few Marines outside the museum. That simple precaution never happened.  Beyond that, the looting has had a darker social edge.  The strata of society in Iraq has seen for years the minority Sunnis – who claim Saddam Hussein as their own – ruling over the majority Shia.  The orgy of looting that has broken out in Iraq is, basically, the Shia robbing the Sunni.  An ever-rising boil of gunplay between these two groups is putting a match to the fuse of religiously-based civil war, and the American troops have done nothing to stop it except recruit members of  Hussein's feared police force to try and restore order.  So much for regime change."
How America Lost the War, By William Rivers Pitt, t r u t h o u t | Perspective, Monday 14 April 2003

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