Questions, questions

  1. If Israel could only crush Hezbollah by wrecking all of Lebanon’s civilian infrastructure, would it still be worth doing?
  2. If a multinational force actually enters southern Lebanon to prevent further conflict, how can we be confident that it will actually attack any Hezbollah fighters moving into its “territory”?
  3. Why can’t the American military join in the attack on Hezbollah? Is there anything of great importance to our national interests that we really stand to lose if we strike? Wouldn’t the benefits of crushing Hezbollah far outweigh the liabilities?
  4. Would Islamists be deterred if America announced that any Islamist nuke attack on us would result in our destruction of the Kaaba? What about less severe deterrents?
  5. When will our political leaders admit that we’re in a War on Islamism, not a “War on Terror”?
  6. Why are Islamist web sites and bulletin boards permitted to exist when America has thousands of hackers who would love to be paid to destroy them?
  7. When will America finally tire of playing diplomatic footisie at the U.N., and abandon that corrupt den of vipers for good?

2 comments

  1. Robert

    Good questions, are you ready for the answers?
    1. Yes
    2. We can’t unless the first question is done properly.
    3. We can but we won’t because our POTUS hasn’t grasped the seriousness of our plight yet. He is not willing to put the PC crap on hold.
    4. This should be common knowledge in the Arab world.
    5. it is one and the same and No elected official will stand up and say that for fear of being labeled a hate monger.
    6. Why must patriotism be payed for? Why wouldn’t these American Hackers do it for the U.S.?
    7. I would hope soon but I fear never.
    Don’t know if we are on the same page here but these are just my opinions.

  2. Puddle Pirate

    We’re in agreement on how things currently stand. I am pretty sure that we (western culture) will only get serious about this after another major Islamist strike.