They think they can predict everything. Well, they can`t.
According to the BBC, The National Security Archive (NSA) which is an independent institute of research at George
Washington University obtained documents showing that the American invading plans for Iraq were unrealistic. The documents were prepared in August 2002 by the now-retired Gen Tommy Franks and other top commanders at the time.
Let’s compare facts: The documents showed:
(1) 5,000 US troops is the number that would remain in
Iraq by December 2006.
(2) The commanders predicted that after the fighting was over there would be a two- to three-month “stabilisation” phase, followed by an 18- to 24-month “recovery” stage.
(3) They projected that the US forces would be almost completely “re-deployed” out of Iraq at the end of the “transition” phase – within 45 months of invasion.“Completely unrealistic assumptions about a post-Saddam Iraq permeate these war plans,” NSA executive director Thomas Blanton said in a statement posted on the organisation’s website.
Well, America currently has 132,000 troops in Iraq.
So much for ASSUMPTIONS !!!
The US plans will always fail because they are not built on a stable ground. The war itself is made on false allegations. Those planners do not have faith in what they are doing. They, deep inside, know that what they do is wrong.Look what they did to Iraq. The country is on the brink of a civil war.Is this the stability they were talking about?And now they are sending more troops “to handle the violence”. The violence that they created.
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