August 2nd

As the state wrangles over Iraqi UN compensation payments, rising corruption, unemployment, visa trafficking, electricity and water dilemmas, and a myriad of other usual problems, let us look back at August 2nd, the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait (that’s right Mr. Kuwait Government, the Iraqi invasion and occupation, not the ‘Baathist‘ invasion, not the ‘Saddamist’ occupation – you can’t rewrite history).

There is nothing to say really. It’s all been said elsewhere and it’s all been said in the following article ‘A Soldier’s Diary: A Kuwaiti Volunteer Looks Back at ‘Liberation’ – you’ll know what we went through and how we feel about Kuwait in its current incarnation.

5 thoughts on “August 2nd

  1. What happened is really sad and we still feel the pain of those we have lost and those who have suffered.
    ~ Soul

  2. Yes I totally agree with you.
    We will never heel. And we will never ever forgive nor forget who and what we’ve lost.
    The Kuwaitan

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