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War ain't what it used to be... was.

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Submitted by SHmuel HaLevi (Israel), May 30, 2006 at 23:08

Friends everywhere,

Evidently we know what is happening but just as evidently it is robustly clear that our brilliant hi-tech strategists never had a clue about what was coming and planned for the wrong war, as usual. We keep on destroying the infrastructures, however flimsy, of those that produce the wretches and then send them sailing over to us while we should both be controlling the later and BUILDING an appealing setting for them to stay home. But who am I I to opine against the huge intelligence services and corresponding yes men in governments. The further disaster we face is that Islam did not err with their strategy...

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