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Discussion in 'Politics' started by James_Newman, May 18, 2007.
As I have said before , the US spends billions for this war on terror while Al qaeda spend considerably less for support of their style of guerrilla warfare. Financially who will hold out longer? The war on terror cannot be fought in the manner in which we are fighting it now. Perhaps it would be different if the Iraqi people had more trust in the US occupation in a way that more would be willing to cooperate in outing terrorist cells but for the most part US occupancy is not wanted. It would be best to let the Iraqi's spend their own blood to out these terrorist. As long as we remain in Iraq, Osama bin Laden is achieving his goals in fighting the US just as he did with Russia when they occupied Afghanistan. Yes I think Osama bin Laden is very delighted in how things are turning out for the US in Iraq, afterall we are fighting his kind of war.
We are trying to defeat the Hydra by cutting off its head when we should be aiming for its' heart.
Bin Laden is to the neocons and internationalists what Goldstein was to Big Brother. An exuse and phantom menace to wage never ending wars that the elite profit from and the reduction in civil liberties at home so that citizens may no longer have a voice in their own government while our nation is being "deeply integrated" into the "international community" or New World Order.