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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Iraq: A simple answer

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Iraq: A simple answer 

Solving the Iraq question is very simple. The answer is found in our history books. Doctors who handle infectious diseases know the answer.

When a person is infected with an aggressive cancer, and that person is delivered into the care of a hospital and given Baby Aspirin,... the outcome is a given.

The cancer will spread and eventually be victorious over the body.
It's that simple.

When confronting the dread disease no one wants to leave home and go to battle with all the aggressive measures that it may take to beat the onslaught. Chemotherapy, aggressive drugs, surgery, all are difficult and fraught with dangers but if steps are not taken the patient will be overcome.

Regarding Iraq, Obama is aggressively subscribing Baby Aspirin.

If this was done by a Hospital the chief surgeon would be fired the very same night. Such a surgeon would be judged as mentally unsound.

The same judgement is appropriate when considering the actions of a leader who has failed so existentially.

We must have learned something from History. We must have an inkling that doing nothing or doing very little in the face of unmasked genocidal aggression
will have guaranteed consequences.
Defeat.
It's that simple.

When America faced the German Wehrmacht under the control of the Nazi's,
sending over a few divisions and a few tanks and a few fighter planes would have guaranteed that the Nazi view of the world would have won.

Just as Baby Aspirin guarantees victory for cancer, Obama's feckless actions in Iraq guarantee that radical Islam will spread like a virus throughout the world.

Did we not learn anything from 911 ?



                              
BIO:

Marius Forte’:
Born in Vienna, he traveled and worked extensively throughout Europe,
most of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, exploring religions, cultures
and political systems.  He is a practicing Catholic. 

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