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the price of victory

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Submitted by solemnman (Israel), Apr 30, 2010 at 07:09

We have to remember what it took for Germany and Japan to accept defeat.For both nations -it meant millions of deaths and near total destruction.Are the Arabs less irrational and less fanatical than the Germans and Japanese were?Then there"s the price the allies were prepared to pay and how miniscule ,,by comparison ,is the price the west is prepared to pay today.Total victory, with all of its terrible consequences ,IS the only solution but- what terrible things have to happen before that solution becomes acceptable in the politically correct world we live in now?.

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