Friday, July 15, 2005

How We Win

The GWOT doesn't have to be some kind of Forever War.

There are certain specific objectives that, once achieved, will likely spell the end of the current "war" stage of the onging containment of the islamic ideology of jihad against the Dar al Harb -- the "House of War" -- which happens to be where you and your family live, making your children officially legitimate targets:
Al-Siba’i: The term “civilians” does not exist in Islamic religious law. Dr. Karmi is sitting here, and I am sitting here, and I’m familiar with religious law. There is no such term as “civilians” in the modern Western sense. People are either of Dar Al-Harb or not....If Al-Qaeda indeed carried out this act, it is a great victory for it. It rubbed the noses of the world’s eight most powerful countries in the mud.
Is al-Sibai some crazy lunatic?

Or is he the Director of London’s Al-Maqreze Centre for Historical Studies?

That's London, England.

He proclaimed that after the murder of 54 people by allah's assassins.

And you know what, it's indeed just a statement of fact of what mohammed's con-game criminal-enterprise preaches.

But I digress.

The money comes from Saudi Arabia, which funds the only "schools" in the most ignorant and primitive parts of the world, and thus brainwashes hordes of raw material to be murderbots according to their still-pure islamic creed.

That's the funny thing about the so-called "extreme" or "radical" wahabbi-islam coming from Saudi Arabia. That's where it all started. They're the originals. That's really just the unadulterated, unchanging, "correct" practice of islam as it was intended by its founder.

Accept no substitutes!

Safe haven and state-support is provided by the thugocracy of Iran.

So the solution is simple.

1. Cut off the oil revenue from the Saudis by seizing the oil fields. Cut the Chinese, Russians, and French in on the deal and they'll love it. Hey, that pretty much looks like the Security Council. Let the UN do something for a change and even let them run it, who cares how poorly and corruptly they do, it'll be better than having it go to the Saudis and directly to the terrorist indoctrination centers. Break "Saudi" Arabia up into some emirates. Those arrogant bandit-kings need to be shown they've outlived their usefulness and what the Western Powers installed, the Western Powers can remove. The oppressed Shia in the South wouldn't mind at all.

Rumors are that the oil fields are rigged with explosives. I don't believe it. An accident would be too big a risk. Givign all that money to pre-modern medieval nomads a good 1500 years behind us in cultural evolution was an enormous mistake, and has done them much harm as well -- much like when children of the ultra-wealthy inherit too much money and never really have to become real useful, productive adults.

2. End the evil regime in Iran. Just give the people some help. Find out what's going on here.
Despite recent crackdowns and executions — the leadup to the installation of new President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad — hundreds of Iranians demonstrated at Tehran University on Ganji’s behalf earlier this week. The regime’s response was remarkably vicious, even by their own low standards.
During the days that followed dissidents demonstrated on behalf of all political prisoners, and carried banners reading "Death to Despotism" and "Long Live Liberty." The numbers were smaller, and the regime moved in, using clubs, chains, knives, and iron knuckles. Hashem Aghajari, the well-known writer who was imprisoned for years and has paid for his bravery with the loss of a leg, was attacked by security forces with such violence that his artificial limb was separated from his body. Leaders of the Student Unity Organization — Mohammed Hashemi, Mohammed Sedeghi, and Nasser Ashjari — were rounded up and jailed. Any student found with a banner or poster was arrested, and all cellular phone communication in the University area was jammed.

And yet the protests continue, to the near-total indifference of the media of the so-called civilized world (the most notable exception being John Batchelor, whose late-night radio broadcasts have been a rare source of information on Iran). In the township of Mehabad in Kurdistan province, thousands of people demonstrated on July 11 against the murder of a Kurdish activist named Shovaneh Ghaderi. The demonstrators chanted "Death to the Islamic Republic," and "Death to Khamenei." The demonstrators were clubbed and beaten, at least one was killed, and significant numbers were arrested. On the 12th there was a work stoppage, nominally to protest the economic misery of the city, despite the torrent of petrodollars pouring into the mullahs’ coffers.

The mullahs tried to organize an attack by common criminals against the political prisoners in Karaj prison, but it was miraculously foiled.
As luck would have it, recent articles in the Arab press have unearthed even more evidence of Iran’s support for bin Laden and al Qaeda.
That would pretty much do it.

The only loose end to tie up is Pakistan, which provides much of the manpower to be brainwashed by the Saudi ideology, given its incredibly backward "tribal regions". It's a fake country that shouldn't exist. It was purely a creation stemming from Britain's withdrawal from the region; the name is even just an acronym, PAK standing for the ethnicities of Pashtun-Afghani-Kashmiri. If Musharraf can't tame it, split it up and take away its nukes.

Then we can put our attention where it really belongs, on China.
BEIJING (AFP) - China refused to retract statements made by a leading general that it would use nuclear weapons to repulse a US military intervention over Taiwan despite Washington's criticism of the remarks.
Look for our new ally, Australia, to play a bigger role with us in the Pacific to contain China and the islamists in Indonesia and the Phillipines.


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