Particularly in the case of state propaganda which has proven itself to be purposeful and necessary. This is no more evident than in the waning support on the part of American troops during the course of the war. Without support from the ranks and with eroding support at home the military was fighting alone. This waning support served as an aggravating factor in many ways, as a detriment to the peace of the soldiers and Iraqis. Take the cases of “indiscriminate arrests” and “aggressive” interrogation methods. Further recruiting tools for terror groups and motivation for discontent in the populous. It is also important to document that, as the war progressed, the soldiers themselves were leaving battered and bruised emotionally; losing sight of their …show more content…
As the conflict moved towards a close, the goals outlined by propositions to enter were left unattained or worsened. The supposed weapons of mass destruction were not found, the regime was not replaced with a more amiable one and terror had been fueled. The outcomes listed here are positive ones. Each would likely move the scale in the direction of peace, but no such outcome exists. This is significant because the leaders involved represent America. Every American. When failures like this occur you see a denigration of America in the eyes of the world, the inefficacy of America constitutes further challenges.
Those challenges serve as something of an extension of Fiasco itself. Post-2006, many of the early inquiries by the author have been realized, and what ill realizations those have been. Take the question of “What might fill the void?” The “void” as it is termed, as a product of toppling regimes, disordering countries and killing an innumerable amount of people is