Converting People, Never Works
Some are born free, some are born in Kenya and Indonesian, different life experiences, Eating dogs, running around in the mud, doing what the Muslim Junta’s order you to do. Freedom, doing what you want to do.
Different life experiences, not erased with a teleprompter speech. You have to live it freedom, the Russians tried and decided they needed Putin to look after them. To provide their daily sustenance, and take any daily profits. The ways of old, sitting around waiting the for the truck to come, with the gruel. The ways, of Juntas and Communists, differ from the ways of freedom.
… So did you realize there is a war still going on in Afghanistan? Much like Vietnam, where our soldiers have no idea what the objectives are … And our Commander in Chief, even less so. No one knows who or what we are fighting, for or even who the enemy is. It’s sure not radical Islam, not with the Muslim brotherhood running our President. You know, the non-secular Muslim Brotherhood. Something wrong with the name and the context it provides..
And hear you thought the Muslim Brotherhood was where Al Qaeda came from. Silly you.
Defeat: President Obama’s failure to re-open a key Pakistan-to-Afghanistan supply route is symptomatic of overall diplomatic incompetence. The U.S. thinks the Taliban and other jihadists can be converted into good guys.
Perhaps a bow is order?
Charm and brains (supposedly) and a Nobel Peace Prize. Armed with such tools — plus the mightiest military in the history of the world — why can’t President Barack Obama convince piddly little Pakistan to clear the vital land route needed by the U.S. to haul tons of military vehicles from Afghanistan as the Yankees go home, which presumably is what the Muslim world wants?
Bow down Yankee, Bow down, avert your eyes, we have no respect for you. We are Islamic, our goal is Jihad, our aim is to die for Allah.
Seems like we have an impasse.
The route has been closed since November. The reason given is America’s refusal to apologize and pay reparations for U.S. airstrikes that hit two border posts and killed dozens of Pakistani soldiers.
But one could ask why Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, whose wife Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by al-Qaida-affiliated jihadists four-and-a-half years ago, would want to help the U.S. hand neighboring Afghanistan back into the hands of the fanatical Taliban.
The coded signals of impending catastrophe he used in speaking to the NATO Summit this week include “hard days ahead,” “great challenges ahead” and a “transformational decade.”
Hmmm and isn’t that the answer, nothing makes sense when you have such a brilliant dog out front. Nothing so clear, as we need a new leader with vision, not one who serves dog food.
As a senior State Department official working on Mideast issues told the National Journal’s Michael Hirsh last month, “The war on terror is over” and “Now that we have killed most of al-Qaida, now that people have come to see legitimate means of expression, people who once might have gone into al-Qaida see an opportunity for a legitimate Islamism.”