Desert dreams drama
With Damon as an idealistic Army officer who wonders why he can't find any WMD and Greg Kinnear as a ruthless political operative in the Coalition Provisional Authority, the movie depicts the authority's futile attempts to speed the formation of a democratic Iraq as "fruit from the poisonous tree." As Greengrass told Film Comment magazine, "the WMD ...
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#1 Mar 15, 2010
Yes we were wrong about WMD in Iraq. But we weren't wrong about ousting the Sadamm clique. And we've successfully removed a threatening warlord from our midst. And it's true, we're not succeeding in establishing democracies in Iraq nor in Afghanistan. But we the USA are slow learners on that subject, unable to come to grips with the reality that democratic governments are contrary to Islamic tradition and belief. And in the meantime, we adapted the ploy of badgering Israel to make land consessions (a Palestine) to placate Arabdom (for the oil) without finding an Islamic government that can be modeled after.
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