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Infiltration and Subversion

Reader comment on item: Fulbright's Terrorist Tie

Submitted by Norman Wand (United States), Oct 21, 2003 at 09:21

Unfortunately some more appropriate wording, no longer in vogue, is more apt:
Such wording is from the last world wars' focus. Apparently, such wording is taboo and only acceptable in times of War which President Bush seems to understand. As usual, the blame is shifted to him by those who hate war, no matter what, despite the fact that the Constitution charges him primarily with the nation's defense. Trying to apply our Constitution's civil rights internationally undr wartime conditions is naive. A declaration of War on Islamofacism (not terrorism) would unleash the words. Israeli's now call the "Peace Now" people "idiots".

Those of short memory do not realize that Arafat's real name is Husseini whose uncle, the "Grand Mufti" of Jerusalem was an ardent Nazi who killed all peaceful Islamic opposition and turned over his organized continuation of Jewish Destruction upon his return from WWII Germany, to his nephew who named himself Arafat. DeNazification is particular apt here. The Israeli example, is to be learned from. We are hated for what we are and not for what we do. When will this sink in?
Norman Wand

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