It's just me guessing based on past US events. I'll describe two events that are somewhat related to this.
First, slavery in the US. While it was abolished in 1865 (IIRC), blacks didn't have "rights" until 1968. It took America 100 years to abolish slavery and give blacks rights in writing. I'll be honest, blacks still don't have full rights to this day, simply because there are plenty of ignorant, racist whites in America.
Second, the Korean War. We meddled in Korea's affairs, and started a great big, pointless war. As made obvious by NK's recent actions, they still have something against us for it.
While seemingly unrelated to the Iraq war, I'd like to note some things:
-Both of the mentioned conflicts have lasted for over 50 years.
-Both were caused by the US.
-Both involved America and another country/area of the world (slavery=Africa, Korean War=Kora/Asia).
Using that, I can predict that the effects of the war in Iraq (both positive and negative) will last for another 25 years minimum.
Brian is a cuntmuffin. :>
Back to trolling. :>