Walid Jumblatt suggestion- way to empower moderate Islam and erradicate Radical Islam.
Reader comment on item: In Mideast, Bet on a Strong Horse
Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Feb 16, 2010 at 12:57
It is so obvious, isn't it?
"..."send car bombs to Damascus"....
To me it was always clear that if westerners respond to radical Islam, in the way IT attacks westerners, this is to turn the table.
One cannot negotiate with death lovers that perpetuate their action sub humanely, in a manner not even animals do.
UN is bogus. It exists to feed terrorists and heinous parasites. The more westerners insist in trying to negotiate, to speak, to meet with Radical Islam Cannibal, the more UN keeps its disgraceful and inferior existence- bloodsucking decent people or simply humans' lives. Killing us not with bombs, but with anger, hopelessness and ultimately psychosomatic cancer.
Yes, a strong horse is much preferable and while westerners insists in its "civilized" manners, Radical Islam predators and terrorists will think that we do not have horse at all to go against them.
We have to speak their language and that's it. Airplanes into their buildings, road bombs, destroy their masques, whatever it takes. Peace takes War!!
Oh, what about their victims, the innocents....We are the victims, we are the innocents; to hell their victims- let their "victims" express their pain fighting these beasts.
Perhaps, if we use their animal manners against them- for a short period of time, then and only then moderate Islam will express their voice in actions in the way it shall be as our allies.
What about law of physics instead- Action and Reaction in the same intensity- instead of "talking".
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