Iraq, Kosovo and Turkey - Does Bush the Bungler have a clue?
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Submitted by James Burke (Canada), May 15, 2007 at 08:39
With all due respect for Turkey, the recent attack or attempt to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey is very revealing. The most often quopted propaganda coming from the placid and lame Bush administration came before the Iraq invasion and the Afghan invasion:
" If we don't fight them over there, we'll have to fight them over here."
Well, Mr. Bush, this is proof that they are here. What is Bush the Bungler or Michael Chertoff doing about it?
I support the US troops, I support the Iraq and Aghan invasion but I do not want to see any more US casulaties.
Sadly Bush the Bungler never listened to Dr Pipes on withdrawing US soldiers to the open desert and let these two vicious muslim groups sunni and shia annhilate each other.
These terrorists' parents are from Kosovo - the US let them in.
Now Bush the Bungler wants to allow into the country thousands of Iraqi muslims!
Their children will surely attack the US one day.
Bush the Bungler wants to fight Islamic terrorism by helping Islamic terrorists take power.
Iraq, Kosovo and now... Turkey
IRAQ - Two of the parties in the new government have long histories of terrorism.
KOSOVO - The heavily Muslim area of the former Yugoslavia to which four of the "Fort Dix Six" had ethnic and religious ties. Churches have been destroyed; going down and mosques are going up.
Turkey - Bush the Bungler is supporting the AKP to turn Turkey into an Islamic state.
IRAN - thanks to Dhimmi Carter ( spiritual father of Bush the Bungler) it is an Islamic state
The liberal theory is that these liberated Muslims will thank the US the way the Muslims of Afghanistan thanked the US for helping free them from Soviet domination, before they created a haven for al Qaeda, which blew up the World Trade Center on 9/11.
The world, is much more complicated than the so-called "neoconservatives" realized and who are ALL silent now.
The US should have gone to the 1980 Olympics.
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