If you come in my cage I'll eat you too!

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Alan Keye's column, The global jihadists' perpetual will to war

This is a must read! Former Reagan official and 2000 presidential candidate Alan Keyes,(if I'd known who the hell he was, I'd probably have voted for him, he could have been the first Black president) has a brilliant column on World Net Dailey. He writes about the terrorist groups using times of peace and lulls in action during "peace" negotiations as being the times that jihadists such as Hizballah build up arsonals and become stronger militarily. While the people of Lebanon were enjoying peace, Hizballah was preparing for a major war.

In other words, peace negotiations only further the military might of the enemy, who has sworn to embrace war. It cripples the side that actually tries to keep the peace in favor of the vengeful war-mongering side. To quote Keyes, "Any involvement in negotiations is for them simply an element of strategy, meant to influence the opportunity for battle and its outcome." It inhibits the ability of the US and Israel to maintain control of groups like Hizballah, because while we are yammering on about peace they are getting stronger and more deadly. Keyes says that Israel is experiencing the fruit of this kind of diplomacy, since Israel's withdrawal from Lebanon, Hizballah has enjoyed a free hand. They have stockpiled new weapons and built tunnels and bunkers to "facilitate and supply the movement of their war-making forces."


At 8:25 PM , Blogger D.B. Shobrawy said...

I think alot of times politicians best sides are unveiled when they arent trying to win an election. Jon McCain and Bob Dole are good examples of this phenomenon. After they were out of the presidential race they made appearences on the daily show and other tongue and cheek shows where they were themselves and totally won the heart of the people. As an odd twist of fate Jon McCain has become a strong potential canidate for president. Watch now as his natural, personable personality and moderate views on key issues becomes "Bush-like".

At 8:30 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

Well, he is kind of a "good old boy like Bush anyway. Both give the impression of manly can do men, although Bush is more one in theory McCain of course is a real soldier who saw real battle, big difference!

At 9:30 PM , Blogger John Doe said...

I remember Ann Coulter's article about John McCaine and the tiny silly girl. Do you know what column I'm referring to?

Good, I love McCaine chips. I'll vote for him.

At 9:54 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

yes, I remember the column. I am thinking McCain may be our next pres.


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