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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...-flood-in.html

    Oh those damn Americans, always forcibly occupying sovereign nations and changing them at will, does anyone else smell a regume change in Haiti? :rolleyes:
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    Who cares. Maybe they'll finally make something of the country. If we're not careful it'll just turn back into the steaming pile of turd country that it was before. I mean we've sent £20 billion of aid there, before the earthquake you could have bought the country for less.
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    I don't see any incentive for the US to do so.
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    it's like iraq, but with collapsed buildings instead of oil.
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    They have had little success in the past, so i wouldn't worry that much. Also how would they argue their reasons for ocuppying the country, i haven't heard of many islamic extremeist terroists coming form haiti in the past.
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    Actually, Sarkozy has praised US efforts...
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    The USA has occupied Haiti a number of times in history and it's never done any good, so I doubt they'd be up for any more.
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    (Original post by _Ravi_)
    I don't see any incentive for the US to do so.
    Perhaps it's simply about installing a government which acts in their favour.
 
 
 
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