Why Iraq Refuses to Heal Years After the American Invasion

There is a famous quote that is sometimes attributed to Edmund Burke that goes:

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing."
This why, years after the invasion, Iraq is still a battle ground tearing itself apart from within. I was watching Tucker today, and he said that an estimated 50,000 Iraqi's flee the country every month. Why are they fleeing? Because they are being driven out by terrorist groups who see that they have ties to America, or are against the sectarian violence, and threaten to kill them. Iraq in the past few years, has been flushed of all protesters. There is now no one resisting these young men who are brainwashed into believing that they are fighting for Islam, when they are actually fighting for a few radical Muslim clerics who are too wrapped up in creating an
Islamic world, that they go against the very principals that their faith is founded upon.

Iraq refuses to heal, because good men do nothing. I'm not talking about American soldiers, I'm talking about Iraqi citizens who stand up and protest the violent and heinous act's being committed by their sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives and cousins. They are the only ones that can end this, and a troop surge will only worsen the problem.

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