Tuesday, August 01, 2006

How To Win

Israel’s response to Hezbollah has been called disproportionate. Inexplicably, George Bush has said Israel must exercise restraint against an enemy sworn to her destruction.

Iran and its proxy, Hezbollah, declared war on us a long time before attacking Israel. After Jimmy Carter, the worst president in our nation's history, helped to institute radical Islam by collaborating in the ouster of the Shah, his treachery was repaid by the taking and holding hostage of our embassy for over a year. Carter impressed the Islamofascists with our impotence by failing to offer any response to their act of war. Succeeding presidents followed this same pattern of inaction with their lack of response to the Marine barracks bombing in Lebanon (using the largest conventional explosion in world history to kill 241 Marines), the hijacking of TWA Flight 847, kidnapping and torturing Americans in Lebanon, kidnapping and hanging the Marine officer who was commander of UN peacekeeping forces, and killing 19 Americans while bombing the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia.

We should join Israel in destroying these fascists. Imagine when Hezbollah rockets are armed with nuclear warheads. While Bush’s tactics and execution of the terror war are legitimate targets for criticism, the undermining of our war efforts here at home is sedition. Many in this Fifth Column call this “Bush’s War”, making light of this struggle and fight for our survival.

People forget we won WWII by targeting civilians. While most people know about the atomic bombs dropped on Japan, very few know this paled in comparison with the napalm bombing of 15 Japanese cities that generated a much higher death toll. This broke the back and spirit of the Bushido warriors who were prepared to fight to the last man and effectively ended the war.

When Winston Churchill was criticized for immoral action in the firebombing of Dresden, his chief military planner responded with the challenge, “What is moral in war? What is moral about one soldier sticking a bayonet into the stomach of another soldier?” The only thing moral in war is waging it with overwhelming force bringing about the decisive situation where the beaten side knows it has been defeated. Ending it as quickly as possible is the only possible thing that is moral, using any and all means to bring this about. We better recall this lesson if we want to preserve this country for our grandchildren.