Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Nov 2005 17:54 UTC, submitted by sebFlyte
GNU, GPL, Open Source ZDNet has published the second part (part I) of its special report on the use of open source in governments around the world. This time it's looking at what's driving open source takeup in developing markets, with a particularly close look at projects and the driving forces behind them in China, India and Brazil.
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RE[2]: USA in Iraq
by morgoth on Tue 15th Nov 2005 02:45 UTC in reply to "RE: USA in Iraq"
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Quote: "The original US invasion of Iraq (supported by its snivelling little puppets Bliar and Howard) was definitely illegal under international law and without UN support. It was justified by claims that have now been shown to be nothing more than a tissue of lies. The fact that the US now may have bought sufficient support (the way corporations buy politicians inside the US) in the UN to give a limited acceptance of its fait accompli, still does not alter the initial illegality of a war of aggression (it does not matter if Saddam was a "nice man" or not)."

Again, totally correct. It's nice to see so many posters hitting the nail on the head!

Quote: "Everyone outside the USA knows that the US is only there to secure the second largest oil reserves in the world and install military bases to strategically dominate the biggest oil producing region. "

Again, correct.


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