Originally posted by Napoleon
if that is the point then how the hell could what bush is doing be anythign but? Does he generate terror in the minds of every freedom loving, war hating (or someone who is one of his randomly selected targets), moral human being? certainly.
Terrorism, n. : The unlawful use or threatened use of force or violence by a person or an organized group against people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing societies or governments, often for ideological or political reasons.
(From The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
What Bush is providing isn't prepetuating terrorism, he's telling an inevitability. As the United States is a recognized body politic
by the rest of the world, we cannot attribute aggressive attacks on our part as terrorism. However, Bin Ladin, that dirty fucking gopher-in-hiding that he is, is neither in charge of a government, working with a government or in charge of a recognized military force on behalf of a rebellion.
Reading the above definition will clearly, if not make blindingly obvious, that America is incapible of terrorism. We are capible of war, however.
will his actions bring stability to afghanistan, most definitely not, the minute american troops leave, is the minute the current government is dead.
That's not our problem. As I see it, as an individual bent on survival by instinct, I want us to do whatever it takes and then-some to make my survival possible from cowardly militant religious radicals of all types. I'd be in the Army if I didn't have an arthritic back at 21.
To be completely frank and un-PC, I think we should grab every terrorist we can find and plug them in the knees and leave them to crawl out of the middle of the desert. I don't have time to give two shits about "people" who enforce a religious belief through violence. It's why I hate Christianity, it's why I hate Baptists, it's why I hate God.
will his war in iraq (when it happens) cause massive imbalances throughout the middle east and specifically in iraq? there is no question about the certainty of this.
"Mercy was yet unborn, save as some individual's whim, and rules of warfare were as yet undreamed. It was an age in which
each tribe and each human fought tooth and fang from birth to death, and neither gave nor expected mercy... It was easy because we knew our chances for survival increased with each enemy slain
" - "The Valley Of The Worm" by Robert E Howard
It is not our business to give two rat fucks about Iraq after we've taken out the danger to the western world. Let them figure out what not to do
, as they'll have learned their lesson when we roll M-1 tanks through and fire depleted uranium shells at their shitty defenses.
I am quite frankly appalled that someone as immoral as aries exists. seriously a "terrorist" today is someone's george washington tomorrow. IN fact georgy boy, and all the american revolutionaries qualify as "terrorists" if palestinian groups do.
Theres a big difference between Washington and Bin Ladin or Hussain. Washington did not target civilians, he did not attack the british on their own turf, England was oppressing them in many ways and the fact that England was so far away and attempting to rule the Americas was absurd.
I would not compare a revolutionary like, say, Timothy Leary to a Palestinian group.
It begins and ends with whom has the want more than the other. Naysayers are nothing more than whiny and complacent children whom are accustomed to sitting on their hands and letting other people do the dirty work. Society has drained survival mechanisms out in place of well-meaning, but ultimately asinine psudo-psychological mishmash where an enemy can be brought to their senses. Instead of posting this, I should be pumping round after glorious American-made round into a terrorist.
God bless America: Not because we're right, but because we're right