ISIS beheads a journalist. The US bombed them. They behead another one. The US bombs more. So it goes and goes, yet no one asks: why is ISIS still cutting off its hostages’ heads? Could it be that we’re playing into their blood-soaked hands by provoking contempt for the US among bombing victims?

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  • You got it right, Ted! the “collateral damage” caused by the bombs just makes it easier for them to recruit more “soldiers” to their cause.
    But that fuels the military-industrial complex and means more profits for them, so what the hell do THEY care? 🙁

    • I suspect, mein verehrter Lehrer, that you’ve got the game pegged. The only problem for those holding the bank is that it is dependent upon the USD being the default currency in which all major transactions are executed, and that position is now under serious attack by parties which, unlike Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, to take one example, US military power cannot easily be deployed….


  • The United States is treating the Middle-East Muslim world just like Zionland’s ID/OF treats the Christian and Muslim populations of occupied Palestine … e.g. rocket-fodder. This also provides Netanyahu “moral” cover for the Genocide and naked land-theft being accomplished by greater Zionland. I mean, if BarryHO can collaterally slaughter dozens and hundreds of non-combatant civilians in his war on(of) terror, then why can’t the Khazars of Tel Aviv do the same against what terrorizes them?

    G_d I miss the Cold War of old.


  • Ted, there is a time to think, and there is a time to act. And Ted, this is no time to think!

  • 9/11 was the best thing that ever happened for Bush. Bushlite is just following in his mentors tiny, little, footsteps. For that matter, baby Bush was just following in his father’s footsteps.

    Economy in the shitter? Poll numbers down? Voters grumbling? Who ya’ gonna bomb?

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