k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Tue Nov 11 08:37:22 EST 2003
"LAW AND ORDER
Iraqi Tribes, Asked to Help G.I.'s, Say They Can't
By SUSAN SACHS
Published: November 11, 2003"
Quoting from the New York Times Article:
"Since Baghdad fell in April, five different American commanders have tried to tame Falluja, a rough and tumble city of 450,000 people that lived almost exclusively off the patronage of Mr. Hussein's government."
These dynamics the prejudice toward the familiar [PTOFA] that derives in 'blindly'-automated TD E/I-minimization on both sides of what's going on in Iraq.
Just as PTOFA results in the folks in Falluja clinging to old, long-familiar stuff, rather than co-operating with U. S. efforts to lift-up their Nation, it was PTOFA that resulted in leadership here in the U. S. clinging to old, long-familiar stuff, rather than apply NDT's understanding to the problem of achieving Peace.
Both sides, same-old, same-old.
K. P. Collins
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