Sunday, November 19, 2006

The Armor in the so called War on Terror is Cracking!

The Armor in the so called War on Terror is Cracking Blair, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan! and Bush was always cracked!
We have known for a while now that Pakistan offered safe haven in its Western regions to the Taliban in exchange for a peaceful coexistence. Top this off with yesterdays news that India's nuke deal was just okayed in the Senate.
LAST-DITCH OPPOSITION to the India-US civil nuclear cooperation deal was overwhelmingly rejected, with the US Senate voting 85-12 on Thursday in favor of ending the atomic apartheid against India. Tellingly, each of the six “killer” amendments proposed to the bill, which Delhi had said would compel it to reject the nuclear deal, was easily defeated.

On the same day we learn that, Pakistan of course is not happy and is calling for a level playing field. But we also find out that India and Afghanistan are calling for peace as they are frustrated with the war on terror. Much of the blame is rightly placed with Bush. As many of you know I too have accused Bush many times of purposely fostering terrorism as Pakistan, India, and Afghanistan, are all doing and can you blame them?
Remember who is at the helm and the cause of much of the confusion.
Then the Coup de Gras!

Tony Blair has finally conceded the three-year-old invasion of Iraq has been a "disaster", in the British prime minister frankest admission yet that the US-led, UK-backed military operation is mired in the quicksand of poor planning, massive overstretch and failed objectives.
Late on Friday, Frost, a veteran interviewer whose notoriously laid-back delivery and sleepy style of questioning has elicited startling confessions from President Nixon among others over the years, asked Blair, if he agreed western intervention in Iraq had "so far been pretty much of a disaster".
Blair responded with a jaw-dropping "It has", words that President Bush's staunchest ally in intervention had so far never uttered. He followed that up with the explanation, "It has, but you see what I say to people is why is it difficult in Iraq? It's not difficult because of some accident in planning, it's difficult because there's a deliberate strategy - al-Qaeda with Sunni insurgents on one hand, Iranian-backed elements with Shia militias on the other - to create a situation in which the will of the majority for peace is displaced by the will of the minority for war."

First I have to say whatever we think of the Chief idiot and his sometimes purposeful mishandling of this so called war on terror, none of this is good. I can understand all these feelings but throwing in the towel now would be tantamount to suicide. We can not allow ourselves to break apart.
Then I want to reiterate that this as all the Chief idiots doing! If he did not divert from the so called war on terror Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India would find things a lot different.
Bush complicated things there when he decided to ignore all advice to the contrary and attack Iraq to destabilize the entire middle east and set up his new middle east world order that is all failing thanks to his ineptitude. Blair is now saying Iraq is a disaster which means if it is the front in the war on terror as Bush tries to say then that means the war on terror is a disaster.
That may well be though it is still just starting but Blair is confused! this so called deliberate strategy is a direct lack of planning. Any idiot expected it. Bush chose to ignore it because he wrongly believed he could impress his will over there.
Those that have read my many posts on the subject know I believe Iraq, Afghanistan, and the middle east, are lost because of Bush. That is a given. However we can not allow everybody to get tired of this so called war on terror because it is all still just starting. Any complacency will be to our demise. That is only the voice of a realist talking. We have got to stay together and win this. The so called terrorists will not relent until the persevere.
To me this all boils down to being weary of Bush and his created messes, am I wrong?

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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