Ron Paul Sees, Hears and Speaks No Evil – Unless It’s America

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I’ve begun to notice a trend with Ron Paul that is shared by many of the Democrat/Socialists on the Left: he has NOTHING positive to say about America. His whole platform is how broken and wrong we are as a country and a people.

In reading and listening to Ron Paul, you would assume all the charges of evil and woe he makes are directed at dictatorial regimes like North Korea or madmen like Ahmadinejad of Iran or Chavez of Venezuela – but no, Ron Paul only sees America as the insitgator and promulgator of all evil on the planet. So, he advocates pulling out of the globe in terms of military presence, and becoming a flea market with alfresco dining and tea and crumpet conversations with any and all who want to trade persian rugs for uranium.

Ron Paul is blind, deaf and dumb when it comes to foreign policy and the dangerous world America exists in. Almost every time I hear this guy speak, he goes into shrill anti-war mode, painting America as nothing but a boil between the butt-cheeks of the world that justly earns the desire of Jihadists like Zawahiri and Ahmadinejad to lance us to relieve their pain. When discussing the economy, he instantly blames the war. When discussing the dollar’s fall, he blames the war. In Ron Paul’s pacifistic mind, if we close all our military bases and bring all troops home – we will have oodles of money to fix all our woes, the world will love us and Jihadist Islam will once again become a dove of peace before America instigated it to become a beast.

His latest weekly rant contains the same talking point buffoonery that the MoveOn.org/Democrat Underground Anti-war nuts are happily celebrating along with Ahmadinejad of Iran. I wonder if the Persian President will quote Ron Paul’s latest apology in glowing appreciation while he continues to make nukes under the table?

I expect Ahmadinejad’s endoresement of Ron Paul for President any day now.

No wonder Dennis Kuccinich wants Ron Paul to be his Vice Presidential running mate, they have the same foreign policy ideas.

Bombed if you do, Bombed if you Don’t

The latest National Intelligence Estimate has been greeted by a mixture of relief and alarm. As I have been saying all along, Iran indeed poses no quantifiable imminent nuclear threat to us or her neighbors.

“Like it or not, the Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation,” Ahmadinejad said at the opening of a three-day conference questioning the Holocaust. “The Zionist regime is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm.”

“Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Europe that it should support his country’s nuclear program or “suffer the consequences.

“You imposed a group of terrorists… on the region. (FALSE) It is in your own interest to distance yourself from these criminals. This is an ultimatum. Don’t complain tomorrow. We have advised the Europeans that the Americans are far away, but you are the neighbours of the nations in this region. We inform you that the nations are like an ocean that is welling up, and if a storm begins, the dimensions will not stay limited to Palestine, and you may get hurt.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has warned Western leaders to follow the path of God [Islam] or “vanish from the face of the earth“.
…The outspoken president also maintained Iran’s defiance over its controversial nuclear programme, saying it was on course to fully master nuclear technology.
“Thank to God’s help, we have gone all the way and are only one step away from the zenith.

It is with much alarm, however, that we see the administration continue to ratchet up the war rhetoric as if nothing has changed.

Obviously some in the Administration are not as gullible as Ron Paul is.

“Iranian and UN nuclear officials began a new round of talks here on Monday, this time to probe the source of traces of weapons-grade uranium that were found at a university in Teheran, the official IRNA news agency reported”.

Iran can develop nuclear bomb by 2010, “”Iran continues its activities to enrich uranium, and even according to the NIE report, it is likely to accumulate sufficient amounts to create a nuclear weapon by 2010”

Indeed nothing has changed from the administration’s perspective, as they have had this latest intelligence report for some time.

Really? What proof and source does he have to make that statement when one of the principal authors of the latest NIE report Bill Fingar testified in JULY OF THIS YEAR – the exact opposite of what he is saying now.

The NIE report, as has been discussed, is a political hatchet job being perpetrated by ideologues inside the Intelligence community who are at war with Bush.

Five Reasons To Doubt The Claim Iran Has Shuttered Nuke Program

On the one hand, they discredit the report entirely, despite it being one of the most comprehensive intelligence reports on the subject, with over 1,000 source notes in the document.

Is this not the same NIE that Ron Paul criticized for getting it’s intel analysis WRONG about Sadaam’s WMDS in Iraq???

Yes, methinks so. Now the Paulster suddenly sees virtue in the NIE because it has lots and lots of sources? Did his messiaship read up on all those sources?

I’ll take THIS analysis of the NIE report over Ron Paul’s rush to gush over it.

“many involved in drafting and approving the NIE were not intelligence professionals but refugees from the State Department, brought into the new central bureaucracy of the director of national intelligence. These officials had relatively benign views of Iran’s nuclear intentions five and six years ago; now they are writing those views as if they were received wisdom from on high. In fact, these are precisely the policy biases they had before, recycled as “intelligence judgments.”

Why the NIE is flawed.

On the other hand, when discrediting it fails, they claim that the timing of the abandonment of the weapons program, just as we were invading Iraq, means our pressure must have worked,

Why not? Libyan abandonment of it’s nuke program at the time is a case-in-point that the threat and use of force will bring rogue states to compliance.

so we must keep it up with a new round of even tougher sanctions. Russia and China are not buying this, apparently, and again we are finding ourselves on a lonely tenuous platform on the world stage.

This is just a deliberate lie on Paul’s part. First, America WAS NOT ALONE in calling for and preparing sanctions against Iran for it’s nuke program. Second, the only reason we would find ourselves on a “lonely platform” is because that is what the political ideologues of the NIE report designed the report to do; isolate Bush and diffuse the sanctions against Iran, which the report has effectively done.

It is why Ahmadinejad declared victory against America and stated that “nothing would stop” Iran’s nuclear growth.

The truth is Iran is being asked to do the logically impossible feat of proving a negative.

It’s obvious Ron Paul must have taken a trip with Dennis Kuccinich to whatever parallel universe the aliens they believe in must have taken them.

They are being presumed guilty until proven innocent because there is no evidence with which to indict them. There is still no evidence that Iran, a signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, has ever violated the treaty’s terms – and the terms clearly state that Iran is allowed to pursue nuclear energy for peaceful, civilian energy needs.

Iran has ALREADY BOASTED it’s nuclear capabiltiies, and announced it is already one step away from reaching a “nuclear zenith”. What is a nuclear zenith? Creating weapons grade fissile materials. That is the nuclear zenith. Ron Paul wants to pretend 3,000 centrifuges with the desire for 50,000 more is just a can of gasoline for starting an electical plant, when it only takes 164 gas centrifuges to enrich low grade uranium for annual reactor use in one power plant. 3,000 gas centrifuges that Iran admits it has operating at full capacity, is enough to enrich uranium for one nuclear bomb a year.

Given the statements of aggression by Ahmadinejad and the Mullahs in Iran, the stated promises and warnings given, the already admitted progress of Iran’s nuclear efforts is enough to indict them. Low grade enrichment capability is 2/3 of the way towards weapons grade high enrichment, but Ron Paul is adamant that Iran seeks nukes for peaceful purposes. I’ve never seen someone so eager to eat propaganda from someone who has repeatedly threatened to wipe out Israel and punish America.

This is why this loon is not fit for CINC.

The United States cannot unilaterally change the terms of the treaty, and it is unfair and unwise diplomatically to impose sanctions for no legitimate reason.

“No legitimate reason”??? I’ll assume Ron Paul is like the Kuccinich lunatics that think Ahmadinejad is simply “Misunderstood”. I tell ya, Ron Paul and Dennis Kuccinich make Daladier and Chamberlain look like hawkish lions in comparison.

Are we to think that Iran hasn’t noticed the duplicitous treatment being received by so-called nuclear threats around the globe? If they have been paying attention, and I think they have, they would see that if countries do have a nuclear weapon, they tend to be left alone, or possibly get a subsidy, but if they do not gain such a weapon then we threaten them. Why wouldn’t they want to pursue a nuclear weapon if that is our current foreign policy?

The sophmoric idiocy of this statement alone should stamp Ron Paul as a clueless imbecile. As if NO NATION would pursue nukes for expansionism, threat and blackmail, and only seek nukes as a deterrent to America. I guess the idea of nuclear blackmail never crossed his clueless mind.

Ron Paul would end up with an expression of shock and surprise on his aged mug as clearly as it appeared on the faces of those in the NIE who, after assuring us that North Korea was 30 years from nuke capability – got a rude confirmation that NK had detonated a nuclear weapon. The same kind of surprise these same idgits got when Pakistan, followed by India tested their nukes that they assumed they were decades away from having. The world is far more dangerous than it was before, and Ron Paul would have us all believe it is because of American bullying that it is.

Such a mindset is not fit for public office whent he defense of the nation is in his authority. Ron Paul would wait until we were radioactive cinders before retaliating for any aggression – and as such, he needs to be rejected for the office he seeks for yet a second time.

The fact remains, there is no evidence they actually have one, or could have one any time soon, even if they immediately resumed a weapons program.

Thanks for making my point Ronnie. You spout the same erroneous wishful thinking that the NIE insisted of North Korean, Pakistan and India’s nuke programs last decade. By the time you admit Iran has a nuke – it will be the day we register a seismic explosion in Iran or watch a mushroom cloud rise over some city.

Our badly misguided foreign policy has already driven this country’s economy to the brink of bankruptcy with one war based on misinformation.

From the same NIE no less. How convenient….for you.

It is unthinkable that despite lack of any evidence of a threat, some are still charging headstrong into yet another war in the Middle East when what we ought to be doing is coming home from Iraq, coming home from Korea, coming home from Germany and defending our own soil. We do not need to be interfering in the internal affairs of other countries and waging war when honest trade, friendship, and diplomacy are the true paths to peace and prosperity.

This guy is an idiot. I’m convinced. So much pie-in-the-sky delusional wishful thinking in one thought, Ron Paul’s mind must reside on Sesame Street. Iran=good, America=bad.

Ron Paul would be an After-The-Fact ambulance chaser. AFTER Iran detonates a nuke, AFTER a city is in ruins and millions dead would this idiot even THINK to start an investigation and/or prepare to ‘deal’ with a problem. He thinks sitting down to tea and trading crap is the answer to evil in this world.

Such a delusional mindset is fine to have, if one is not running to be president – which is why Ron Paul is the wrong man for the office he seeks…yet again.

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30 responses to “Ron Paul Sees, Hears and Speaks No Evil – Unless It’s America

  1. bootgun

    I just think that Ron Paul is viewing the picture realistically.

  2. invar

    From what parallel universe?

    Clearly not ours.

  3. The owner of this site is clearly a neo fascist.

  4. Way to go

    Ron Paul doesn’t have what it takes to be president. No zeal — just a whole bunch of rambling.

  5. gorak

    He believes in the United States Constitution and the great project of liberty. His fervor is driven by a zeal for the law and the great traditions of America. That is something very positive he says about America.

  6. Thomas

    I find it interesting that when Ron Paul says that some policy should be changed that people respond as though he was berating them. To me the right response when finding what the government is doing is ineffective (and even wrong), is to have the government change what it is doing.

    I encourage you to look at the ideas and put aside any hurt feelings.

    At the individual level, I have never once walked over to a cranky neighbor and gutted him because I was afraid he might break into my house and hurt me. I see no reason for similar fears to bid me to ask Washington to act similarly.

    I encourage you to take heart, to do what is right, to give no rule to fear.

  7. Financial Responsibility

    Hmm. Because Iran has so much incentive to bomb us. We have the most nuclear weapons of any country in the world. Why would they seek to anger us? Let’s look at the big picture here. You reduce his argument to very simplistic black-and-white terms which he himself has never stated. Does he ever state, anywhere, Iran = good, America = bad? He merely imagines how we might take the terms Iran is being presented with.

    Iran in fact, tried to open up diplomatic relations with the United States in 2003, which would have included Iran recognizing the State of Israel and disarming Hezzbollah, which the US refused.

    Also, the US by going to war with Iraq got Iran’s two main competitors, the Ba’ath Party and Al-Qaeda, out of the way for Iran to become a (or the) major power in the Middle East.

    Our influence in this region is undeniable. And besides all that, in case I haven’t made my point clear, they are not a threat to us. We are a threat to them. The consequences of Iran attacking us (even if they had sufficient nuclear weapons!) would be devastating… to them.

    Ron Paul does not speak negatively of the entirety of America, he merely sees, correctly, that we are abusing the power we hold. Making peace with other nations (and withdrawing our troops, which continue to stir up resentment in long-since peaceful nations) would be our best security measure by far. He is one of the few presidential candidates who actually sees other nations as human, with real reactions to our interference. If that’s your idea of delusional, then you have a very mixed-up definition of the word.

  8. “His whole platform is how broken and wrong we are as a country and a people.”

    Yeah, and that is a totally baseless charge right? we have to atone for the sins of the Zionists, who we have cuddled for far too long. Ron Paul represents a shift of consciousness. Please do not disparage his views, message, or followers. I expect you to put a positive post Ron Paul on this site tomorrow. You will thank me later fella.

  9. invar

    The owner of this site is clearly a neo fascist.

    Now THAT’S original! Don’t you mob zombies have any original stupid insults, or do you have to steal them all from Leftists and moveOn.org Stalinists?

    I encourage you to look at the ideas and put aside any hurt feelings.

    Did you not READ the essay? I not only looked as his idea, I tore it apart – virtually sentence by sentence.

    His foreign policy ideas are STUPID and dangerous. Period.

    Because Iran has so much incentive to bomb us. We have the most nuclear weapons of any country in the world. Why would they seek to anger us?

    They’ve been doing it for 30 years bub.

    Read up on Shiite prophectic estacheology. Khomeni showed all Islam the blueprint. Listen to what Ahmadinejhad says to his people. Iran believes it is their divine duty to destroy the Great and Little Satan, even if they lose their own nation as a result. They believe the blood of muslims must be sacrificed to destroy Satan’s nations. They believe we are weak, have no resolve and will be destroyed by their hand. Ahmadinejad, as Bin Laden before him stated, “America will fold and run away, it cannot withstand the might of the believers”.

    And besides all that, in case I haven’t made my point clear, they are not a threat to us. We are a threat to them.

    Right. And we once thought an outlawed Saudi hiding in the caves of Afghanistan posed no threat to us once too, even AFTER he declared war on us.

    Such an idiotic belief disqualifies anyone from being in a position of authority over our national security.

    The consequences of Iran attacking us (even if they had sufficient nuclear weapons!) would be devastating… to them.

    Not if we do not have the will to use them, and have no clear idea who exactly nuked us.

    Plus, they WANT to be devastated in the act of destroying us – it’s in their prophecies of the 12th Imam’s return.

    ..we have to atone for the sins of the Zionists

    I can see that the neoNazi’s and Stormfront brigades supporting Ron Paul are out in force.

    What was it JosephtheLibertarian was accusing me of being?

    Perhaps he should look for the neofascists standing right along side of him supporting your looked-for fuhrer.

  10. James

    Wow. This might be the most incredulous attack article on Ron Paul I’ve read yet. When somebody thinks you sound like a fascist, don’t answer with sarcasm. You better darn well prepare to defend your integrity.

    Terrible article, blatantly fishing for people to visit this already pathetic website.

    Congrats.

  11. invar

    Yeah, it’s typical of you Mob Zombies to go into beserk mode and rant on the Ron Paul forums to go spam a board or blog if anyone DARES utter a negative word about your messiah.

    The fact 0f the matter is that according to Mob Zombies like you, if we disagree with ANYTHING Ron Paul states or is campaigning on, we are automatic fascists/neofascists/Bushbots/Neocons and Jew-lovers. And those are just the non-profanity laced insults.

    Also, as is usual for you mob zombies – you simply insult the whole web site, regardless if a bulk of the cultural issues argued here are the same as Ron Paul’s.

    Which simply proves my charge, to you Mob Zombies – we must worship Ron Paul in total like you do – or be classified a conservative heretic or fascist.

  12. AJ

    I respect your opinion but I have to take issue with one of your first statements:

    “he has NOTHING positive to say about America. His whole platform is how broken and wrong we are as a country and a people.”

    Ron Paul:
    “We have a lot of goodness in this country, and we should promote it. But never through the barrel of a gun. We should do it by setting good standards, motivating people, and have them want to emulate us. But you can’t enforce our goodness, like the NeoCons preach, with an armed force. It doesn’t work. Woodrow Wilson was telling us about that, in promoting democracy, a long time ago. It doesn’t work, and we have to admit it.”

    It is one thing to disagree with Ron Paul and think he is a dangerous idiot but you will be more convincing if you are intellectually honest or informed (whichever the case may be)

  13. invar

    It is one thing to disagree with Ron Paul and think he is a dangerous idiot but you will be more convincing if you are intellectually honest or informed

    I do not think Ron Paul himself is a dangerous idiot.

    His foreign policy ideas are dangerous and idiotic.

    Some of his Mob Zombies are actually dangerous.

    I also do not read the excerpt of Ron Paul’s remarks you provided as a “positive” remark on America.

    He begins with a trite sentiment with no substance about our goodness, and then goes and does what he always does; trash so-called “neocons” and suggest that America imposes goodwill at the point of a gun.

    I guess Dr. Paul has forgotten the amount of aid, food and money we have sent both individually and collectively to worldwide disaster sites.

    Even the quote you provided proves exactly as I stated: his whole platform is how we are broken and have gone wrong. You simply helped make my point.

  14. TJF

    I have to admit that I only read your ‘article’ as well as you have read Ron Paul’s positions.

    Yeah, I think you are right let’s get ’em all before they get us…I’m sure we can bomb them into being our friends.

    Wow. For the rest of you, please take a look at what Ron Paul is saying and make an informed choice.

  15. If you don’t understand Ron Paul, it’s because you think you live in a blank and white, only 2 sides to an issue and that everything is either yes or no answers.

    Such logic is failed from the start. In doing so, you automatically must assume the worse of anything that is different than how you see things.

  16. invar

    I have to admit that I only read your ‘article’ as well as you have read Ron Paul’s positions.

    Don’t even try it.

    If anyone disagrees with your messiah’s positions, the claim that “you did not really read and ‘understand’ Ron Paul’s positions” is the tired and empty reply.

    Not only did I read his position, I posted his entire commentary and dissected it almost sentence for sentence.

    Yeah, I think you are right let’s get ‘em all before they get us…I’m sure we can bomb them into being our friends.

    Not the objective.

    It wasn’t in WWII – it should not be now.

    Defeating the enemy is the objective.

    If you don’t understand Ron Paul, it’s because you think you live in a blank and white, only 2 sides to an issue and that everything is either yes or no answers.

    I do not see gray areas in life. Gray areas are where the devil and mischief always hide.

    God has no gray areas:

    “I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both you and your descendents may live” Deuteronomy 30:19

    Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, “This is the way; walk in it.” -Isaiah 30:21

    I don’t read “You can choose this path or this path, or maybe no path at all – and you will still get to the right place”. It says “THIS is the way – walk in it”.

    Pretty black and white to me.

    I do not compromise with ‘gray’.

  17. Peter Liu

    We are borrowing money from foreigner and printer money to fight this war. If Iran gets nuclear weapons, don’t you think Pakistan, China, Russia, and India will do something about it? Same for N. Korea. Japan, China, and Russia will be the first to respond to any aggressiveness of N Korea. South Korea is quite capable of defending itself without US involvement.

    Part of the reason why there are radical Islamic terrorist is because of US involvement in the middle East. We quickly forget we use to support Osama bin Ladin and Saddam Hussin in the fight against the soviets. The CIA’s involvement in overthrowing Mosaddeq in 1953 was directly responsible for the Iran we know today. Ron Paul is the only candidate courageous enough to speak the truth at the expensive of losing some votes.

  18. AJ

    “I guess Dr. Paul has forgotten the amount of aid, food and money we have sent both individually and collectively to worldwide disaster sites.

    Even the quote you provided proves exactly as I stated: his whole platform is how we are broken and have gone wrong. You simply helped make my point.”

    Ron Paul:
    “A recent Hudson Institute study [.pdf] found that, last year, American citizens voluntarily contributed three times more to help people overseas than did the United States government. This should not surprise us at all, as Americans are generous to those in need, whether here or abroad.”
    http://www.antiwar.com/paul/?articleid=8926

    I do think we agree that Paul’s platform is that we have gone wrong. However, I would argue that it is his, and his supporters, belief that we have not gone wrong because we are evil but because we have allowed too much power to the federal government.

    Paul’s platform can be seen as terribly negative… he says washington is spending irresponsibly
    he says we are too anxious to get into military conflicts
    he says terrorists do not like us because of our interventions
    … but for every negative he has offered positive solutions. You may find his solutions completely irresponsible but they are in there nature positive to the individual American:
    – Less tax
    -More freedom of choice (in schooling, personal decisions, charitable giving, saving for retirement, etc.)
    -More diplomacy and less sanctions (these seem to be the points you take most issue with and that is fair)

  19. matt g

    we support saudi arabia i would say thats a little evil. not to mention sends a very mixed message to the middle east about what america stands for. being the weapons producer for a brutal regime doesnt strike me as principled.

  20. matt g

    meddleing with chilaen elections…..hmmm
    giving weapons to osama. Sanctions after bombings, funding Iraq-Iran war. Ron Paul isnt saying America is evil, he believes our foreign policy is misguided and causes more unforseen consequences the we can imagine. Ron Paul believes in ther goodness of American ideals, he just doesnt believe we can spread that goodness by blowing things up…..im pretty sure Jesus would agree with him.

  21. invar

    we support saudi arabia

    Because we buy their oil and our interests are to keep oil flowing at market prices for the benefit of EVERYONE???

    Dr. Paul, a man who says he wants to trade with EVERYONE – regardless who they are – can then be charged with supporting every evil under the sun – if BUYING oil or whatever, at market prices is the definition of ‘support’ as you intended it.

  22. matt g

    we sell them weapons you genius…..if thats not a grey area i dont know what is.

  23. invar

    If Iran gets nuclear weapons, don’t you think Pakistan, China, Russia, and India will do something about it?

    Before of AFTER Israel, or some other country is nuked??

    No nation did anything after Pakistan, India and North Korea detonated nukes. Nothing will be done by those nations to stop Iran either.

    Instead, they will end up getting blackmailed by Iran with nukes.

    South Korea is quite capable of defending itself without US involvement.

    We said the same thing about South Vietnam when we left too.

    Part of the reason why there are radical Islamic terrorist is because of US involvement in the middle East.

    Oh really? So if there was no America there would be no Islamic radicals??

    Such clueless ignorance!

    Does Darfur ring any bells for you? Or did we create the islamic Jihad there too??

  24. Because we are the worlds lone superpower, we are looked at with suspicion no matter what we do. We are never going to be able to police the world, no matter how noble our ambitions.

    “We said the same thing about South Vietnam when we left too.”

    Not true, not at all.

    Terrorism to the United States is like diaper rash to a baby. We need to change our stinky, with a new clean foreign policy. Not keep stepping in the hooey.

  25. invar

    Terrorism to the United States is like diaper rash to a baby.

    That is absolutely asinine.

    Jihadist Islam is not like diaper rash. It’s a beast that KILLS. Remember 9-11? Those people dying and jumping on fire to their deaths were not experiencing a mild skin irritation.

    It has to be fought and defeated, you do not put ointment on Jihadist Islam and wait for it to go away.

    Apparently the bulk of you Ron Paul Mob Zombies think all we have to do is appease them and they will be nice to us.

    Such is foolish idiocy, and the reason Ron Paul is not fit for CINC and will never win the nomination.

  26. matt g

    dont you realize that 9-11 happened because of intelligence failure….there will always be people who hate america and want to do us harm…bankrupting the country with war is not the response to this….arent we the home of the brave, and yet we respond so irrationally….Just because islamic terrorist want to establish a global muslim state doesnt mean they will be able to…..we spend billions and billions on national security and your AFRAID of some guys in the desert who use AK’s they picked off of dead soviets and still distibute their terrorist videos on VHS…..the reason they had to use planes on 911 is bacause they dont have any resources…Ron Paul says we should defend our country and not bankrupt our nation and prosperity with endless uneccessary war…..YOU ARE A COWARD!

  27. matt g

    and if we are doing so great in the war on terror…where is osama? this war isnt about terrorism

  28. invar

    there will always be people who hate america and want to do us harm…bankrupting the country with war is not the response to this….arent we the home of the brave, and yet we respond so irrationally

    “Respond so irrationally”?

    Try watching some Arab/Persian TV from MEMRI.org for a few days and you tell me that we’re being “irrational” in our response.

    Watch a few videos of schoolgirls being beheaded with a steak knife; the slaughter of Berg and Armstrong; the Bali bombing; the 9-11 attacks, people on fire exploding 110 stories below before being pulverized to dust; the tapes from the Al Qaeda training camps; the declarations of war and the chants for our death the last two and a half decades; and the promise of our destruction by the hordes of Islamists who say that Ayatollah Khomeni showed Islam the way to global conquest.

    “Irrational”??

    No.

    Irrational is people like you and your messiah Ron Paul who think we can just run home and ignore the Jihadist problem and wait until something happens here before punishing the people who actually perpetrate a crime.

    You’re insistant Ambulance chasers in the realm of foreign policy.

    I could call such idiocy cowardice, but it’s more likely to be pure stupidity and wishful thinking – because it is far easier to blame ourselves for creating a problem than to recognize we are in a war for our very survival by people who have it in their hadith’s to fulfill prophecy by wiping us off the earth so they can take over and show their messiah they are worthy for heaven.

    To recognize that real truth requires the honesty to admit that we must war on that ideology, or be consumed and annihilated by it.

    The real world is not your momma’s sandbox where playing nice means you get treated nice.

    this war isnt about terrorism

    Yeah, I know… it’s an evil “neocon” plot of ‘joos’ and Illuminati space aliens to take over the world for the banks to make Israel rich and the world their slaves – right??

    Your tinfoil is on too tight and you need to stop reading your neo-nazi pals at Stormfront.

  29. Alex

    And what do you think of Obadiah Shoher’s arguments against the peace process ( samsonblinded.org/blog/we-need-a-respite-from-peace.htm )?

  30. invar

    I agree with some, not with all.

    Peace is not coming to Jerusalem until Christ brings it. Those that entangle themselves with attempting to create a false peace by imposing a Deladier/Chamberlain solution of land for peace will beget war, and be cut to pieces.

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