ok, I am not anti-America here, but I like to ask a few question:
What gives US the right to invade or liberate a country at its will? What makes America a legilimate "world order keeper" and enforce its value (democrasy) on other countries?
And since the US "doesn't need permission" from anyone to attack Iraq, then obviously Iraq "doesn't need permissions" from anyone either to produce weapons of mass destruction, make sense?
My final question is, do you think UN still have its signaficance after the war? (except on environment and world heritage etc.)
Ok, just to strectch some further details here:
According to UN, a country does not have the right to attack another country except:
1) the the attack is to counter an invasion or attack
2) approved by the UN security counsil
Obviously US is no longer bound by these rules, other countries will just follow suit, therefore the security counsil of UN can probably be abandoned to save some fundings.
Talk about placing some punishments or sanctions on US, that's obviously not gonna happend because any draft or bill put forth to sanction the US is gonna be VETO by the US and therefore will never become a valid resolution. So the sanction department of UN, or whatever department they called it, can also be abolished.
UN is a very captial intensive organization. All 200 member countries around the world are paying billions of dollars to keep this organization going except the for US (US has not pay its UN dues for quite some years). Therefore, all citizens in the world including you and me (except US citizens) are paying the UN through taxation.
Such expensive, feeble, and deeply flawed organization, after losing its significance, is better to be abolished than keeping its empty body and eating up our tax dollars, speaking from an non-US citizen point of view.