July 31, 2006

I can't believe its not WWIII

Neither can you.

Here's a video of Middle East Carnage in case you're missing out. via mysticalmaven

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At Tue. Aug. 01, 02:45:00 pm AEST, Blogger Marshall Darts said...

Coming Soon-WWW III-from the People Who Brought You Iraq

They never cease to amaze. The same people who have us in a mess in Iraq want to solve the problem they created by having more of our troops fighting a wider war throughout the Middle East and Iran.

Who is telling us this is WWW III, and by implication, trying to justify a wider conflict to include Syria and Iran? The same geniuses who helped get us into Iraq. Newt Gingrich, William Kristol, Sean (high school) Hannity, Oliver North, William (the virtuous gambler) Bennett, Bill O'Reilly, Charles Krauthammer and Fred Barnes. Not one day of military service out of the whole group.

I guess they figure that if they can't win a smaller war they can win a larger one, though I fail to see how that follows. Do not expect even the U.K. to be around for the next misadventure the neocons want to undertake. Once Tony Blair is gone his successor has the perfect opportunity to get out of a bad situation and I think he'll take it.

Instead of figuring out a diplomatic way to get us out of the Middle East, these yo-yo's keep trying to find a military victory somewhere, anywhere, as an excuse for their strategic ineptitude.

The people are saying in poll after poll, "Get out", and the neocons are promising to drag them further into the Middle East quagmire.

This latest attempt won't work to scare the American people into voting Republican in November. Just the opposite, it will scare them into getting rid of their Republican representatives so that don't have to send even more troops to the Middle East and stay even longer.

 
At Tue. Aug. 01, 04:22:00 pm AEST, Blogger ZayZayEM said...

I won't deny the holocaust. But there wasn't a World War II. It was a continuation of events from WWI, which was a continuation of events of a whole heap of civil wars in Europe, fighting between Asian nations, African conflicts (that are also still going as ever much as the middle east), and all those wars associated with colonial power...

It's actually good that these wars, as localised as they may seem, get global attention. It means that everybody gets involved, and ultimately everybody can be satisfied.

People who say that the US, Australia or the UK or more shouldn't get involved 'cos its not their fault are really being callous (even if through ignorance). It's your world too - peace it.

 

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