The Null Device

If it wasn't for George W. Bush, we'd all be speaking Afghani: After wiping the floor with the Taliban and making Osama Bin Laden look "haggard", Bush's war cabinet has decided that Saddam's next, and intend to have him ousted in as soon as six months. And once that's done, there's no need to stop there. Gaddafi is still thumbing his nose at America in Tripoli, and Castro's still in Cuba; perhaps we can expect to see these rogue leaders of "outlaw states" brought down with daisy-cutter bombs next, as part of a campaign to clean up the global streets?

(And, of course, the Australian government has promised unconditional military support to the US "war on terrorism", so Aussie diggers will be fighting in Iraq within the year, and perhaps making Havana safe for McDonalds in a year's time or so.)

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Posted by: Graham Thu Jan 24 11:56:33 2002

And of course we've already got troops en route to Iraq, as part of the force enforcing the "UN" sanctions.

Posted by: alex Fri Jan 25 01:26:48 2002

Does the Null Device have many readers from the ADF? Well, apart from the cointel people. I wonder how many troops are going to come down with Gulf War Syndrome this time, what with the DU shells and dodgy vaccines.

A navy boat left Sydney for Iraq earlier this week. Come home in one piece guys - insh'Allah. (Most Merciful)