U.S. faces 'World War IV.' "Our response should be, 'good!'" Woolsey said. "raw dogma" by Nkrumah Steward, creator of 8BM.com
The former CIA director James Woolsey
and close advisor
to the current Bush administration, as well as a possible candidate
for a key position in the reconstruction of a postwar Iraq told a
house full of students at UCLA that we (US) are now at "the
beginning of the World War IV".
What happened to world war three?
Apparently that was the Cold war.
And apparently, despite what Bush has said publicly, we are
at war with Islam and the Middle
East. Woolsey should know. He advised Bush to do it.
Apparently he tried to get Clinton to go to war with Iraq several
times during his administration but Clinton didn't get a hard on thinking
of kicking off World War IV. He got those the old fashioned way.
We evidently don't like the religious fundamentalist rulers of Iran,
the "fascists" of Iraq
and Syria, and Islamic extremists
like al Qaeda. So we are going to
go after them and establish democracy in the Middle East bundled with
our "superior values".
Superior values? Who was he calling fascist
Specifically singling out Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Woolsey said, "We want you nervous. We want you to realize now, for the fourth time in a hundred years, this country and its allies are on the march and that we are on the side of those whom you -- the Mubaraks, the Saudi Royal family -- most fear: We're on the side of your own people."
"It will be America's backing of democratic
movements throughout the Middle East that will bring about this sense
of unease," he said.
"Our response should be, 'good!'"
Why do people always say whenever our troops are off fighting somewhere
in the world that "they are fighting
defending our freedom?"
Did you ever wonder why they say that? Why do they say that? Like
this war with Iraq for example, I thought this was Operation
What freedoms of ours were they defending in Somalia?
How about in the Korean War?
When our troops fought in the first Gulf War were they defending our
freedoms then? I thought they were liberating
Come on people I am running out of conflicts.
Hmm let me see, when Clinton sent our soldiers to remove Milosevic
from power in 1998, what freedoms of ours were in jeopardy then?
Were our troops "defending our freedom"
Hell, I hope not.
We lost that one.
People act like the President is required to show evidence to both
houses of congress that our freedoms are somehow in jeopardy before
they will authorize the use of military force against another country.
I'm sorry, where is that prerequisite even insinuated in our constitution?
Apparently sometimes not only are you not defending our freedom they
send you and I off to kick off World War IV.
If the militaries only job was to defend our freedom they would have
whomever wrote the "Patriot Act" parts one and two and every
member of Congress that voted for that bill in Guatanamo Bay right
now with a bag over his head eating a fried baloney sandwich in a
What the military are used for more than anything else are to secure
and defend US interests not US
Unfortunately what are considered US interests often times depends
on the political ideology of whom ever is in office.
I know you probably can't believe it right now but those two ideas,
freedom and the price
per barrel of petrol are not conjoined at the back of the head.
Don't get it twisted. Socialism and Muslim fundamentalist are not
a threat to our freedoms; they're a threat to our lifestyles.
Socialism is just another philosophy about how we ought to be dividing
resources in society just as is capitalism. You can still have freedom
and socialism; you just have to pay 60% of your income in taxes.
The fact of the matter is that al-Qaeda is no more capable of taking
away my freedom than Timothy McVeigh and his Michigan militia non-tax
paying, ass backwards, Grizzly Adams living off the land, survivalists
thugs were capable of taking away my freedom.
If anyone is going to take our freedom away it's going to be you and
me. And it won't be in a blaze of glory by the stars early light.
We will hand our freedom over little by little until we feel safe
from terrorism with very little if any fanfare at all.
And although the truth of what I just said registers at least on some
level with many American's I guess at a time of war you would prefer
it if we would just continue to let you tell yourself that our men
and women are out there in the desert risking their lives for something
a little more heroic and sinless than ensuring we have a puppet government
in place somewhere to kick off World War IV.
I can understand that.
It would piss me off to think that I might lose my father, brother,
or son over something that wack too.
That is why they sell you that "fighting for our freedom"
shit. It sounds a lot better than "fighting for our wallet".
They know how bitter reality tastes. And that is why you buy it. It
helps it go down easier. The question you should be asking yourself
is why do you even drink it in the first place?
Laden's Open Letter To America According to him The world's made
up of only two kinds of people; Muslims and infidels. Ironically
that mentality is fundamentally no different than the European cultural
tradition that he so vehemently criticizes.
When does the Bush Regime's War on Terror Turn On Us If this "war on terrorism" keeps up I will stop referring to this current administration as the "Bush Administration" and I will start calling it what it is starting to look more like which is the Bush Regime.