Britain’s wars in Iraq and southern Afghanistan were both strategic failures which between them have cost the UK taxpayer more than £29 billion, a respected think tank has found.
%An audit of British military campaigns since the end of the Cold War found the 2003 Iraq invasion and occupation had helped spread terrorism and led to the deaths of at least 100,000 Iraqis, while making refugees of at least two million.
Britain’s campaign in Helmand since 2006 had also seen violence increase and the opium crop soar, as British troops stirred up resistance to their foreign presence.
On Iraq, it concludes that the US-led invasion and occupation led to many more deaths than would have been the case if Saddam Hussein had been contained rather than overthrown.
A local veteran suffering from PTSD is killed in a police standoff and his parents said he sought help from the VA just two days before his death.
On Sunday, Sims got into a fight with his father outside their home on 23rd and Lawndale. A neighbor called police when Sims fired gunshots.
Issac Sims’ family said he spent every day last week coming to the VA hospital, but was told on Friday that he had to wait a month to be admitted for his PTSD. Sims, 26, was an Iraq war veteran.
Because there is no repentance, there little wonder why and not to surprising, that James F. Jeffrey who was an ambassador to Iraq from 2010 to 2012 and deputy national security adviser in the Pawn Of Satan George W. Bush administration, spits out this illogical OpEd, because “a strategy that involves invading every country that harbors terrorist networks is naïve and unsustainable.”
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