Thursday, August 10, 2006

A defense of defense

This is a defense of defense. The terrorists attacked us first, and repeatedly, even before 9/11/2001. They are attacking everywhere in the west. Look at today's headlines in Britain ("British Police Thwart Aircraft Bomb Plot"). How does a world of civilized human beings defend their right to defend themselves. It seems the world has gone crazy, and some think we have not the right to defend ourselves. To them I say: wake up. We will defend ourselves with vigor.

Yes, the 'defense' (that would be us) has the right, the mandate to defend itself against nasty, vicious terrorists. Terrorists who do this not because we provoked them. WE DID NOT!! They are scum. They regularly and without remorse strap bombs on their own children, and brainwash them to blow themselves up in the midsts of innocent people. That is criminal lunacy. These terrorists have no homeland to defend. They are wandering vermin who attack the west simply because their minds are twisted. Civilized society has the obligation to squelch these inhuman slime, it is imperative that we do so. And we are under no obligation to use diplomacy. We shall not negotiate with criminals.

Some might ask why the 'diplomats' had not been able to prevent despots from rising to power. Ha! Diplomacy never works against despots. There is only one solution to despotism, revolution from within, or war waged from without.

George W. Bush is a sincere democratically elected leader who followed a mandate to rid the world of the despot Saddam Hussein. We won the war in Iraq, and now that Iraq is a democracy with their own internal security force, we remain simply as an aid against their own internal insurgency, they *WILL* eventually be independent. Our own people should not rail against Bush, least they be on the wrong side of what is right. At the very least, those who do not like Bush ought to drop the sour grapes (especially concerning the elections of 2000 and 2004) and rally behind our leader and our nation to uniformly tackle the biggest problem of the new century. Who's side are you on, anyway?

Do 'bombs' make things better: you bet your bippy they do, when used against the enemy, the terrorists. Peace talks don't work with criminal terrorists: They are simply crazy.

Has anyone noticed how many sophisticated rockets laden with bombs have been fired by the terrorists into Israel? They don't have the money for that, they are coming from Iran. Iran's leaders represent the greatest threat.

During a microphone check in 1984, Ronald Reagan, unaware that he was being broadcast, said the following: "My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes." Oh, if we only had Reagan back. Yet what we really need is the support of all the people of the west to halt the newest evil empire: Not the people of Iran, but their evil despots.


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