Sunday, January 07, 2007

World NewsWatch January 7, 2007

Is it any wonder good can prevail in the world, fighting against the tide of the Media. If Israel does not do this We should, and in the nearer than further future. We are in this struggle to the finish and Iran having Nukes is relative to them putting their Queen on our side of the board.

I wonder if we are losing this war too? Or is it even the same war? As ominous as Doomdooma sounds, why can't we all just "get along"?

Talk about stirring the pot. With headlines like these W.W.III is a foregone conclusion.

There has to be some way that Spain can hold elections and then surrender.

You really have to dig deep to find out who the Liberation Tigers are. Buddhists?, Hindus?, Muslims? The weapons and tactics lead me to believe these guys are part of the larger struggle. One of the many death cults, anyhow.

Law enforcement is saying that it is 'probably' not related to terrorism.

But THIS is what I have been talkin' about. Save US American ingenuity.

1 comment:

Danny L. McDaniel said...

Iran has been the sole problem in the Middle East since their revolution in 1979. If not for the Islamic Republic of Iran the world would have seen peace in that region two decades ago.

But Iran has the financial resources to subsidize the Syrians and means to arm ever militant group in the region. Have you noticed how silent the Saudis have been the past 3 or 4 years?

Dubya wanted a replay of his fathers expedition into Iraq when Iran was the criminal state that should have been dealt with first and foremost.

Americans have a very short attention because of the nature of modernday media. We have forgot about Tehran 1979-1981; the Marine barracks bombing in Beirut in 1983, etc. Iran was behind the planning and funding of our major problems for almost three decades - over a generation now.

If Iran developes and deploys nukes America will have to adapt to the same tactics they have for decades. That is not our usual way of conducting business but it is the only way to survive in the world.

Danny L. McDaniel
Lafayette, Indiana