The United States has started a bombing campaign in yet another country: Syria. Syria is none of our business; and Syria is an Islamic country. We seem to love bombing Islamic countries, and we wonder why Muslims hate us and become terrorists that want to attack us.
President Bush is on record for bombing two countries: Afghanistan and Iraq. Some claim that Yemen and Pakistan should be included, but I can’t find conclusive evidence, so I’ll say: Bush bombed between two and four countries.
President Obama, a Nobel Peace Laureate, no less, has now bombed seven nations: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Libya and now Iraq.
Only Clinton, the “other democrat” of the last thirty years, has bombed more nations, namely thirteen: Somalia, Yugoslavia, Bosnia 1993, Haiti 1994, Croatia 1995, Zaire 1996, Liberia 1997, Albania 1997, Sudan 1998, Afghanistan 1998, Iraq 1998, Yugoslavia 1999, and Yemen 2000.
Everyone keeps stating that there is nothing else we can do.
The “Islamic State” is not a state, but a bunch of religious zealots, criminals with delusions, who have been given weapons, in part by us. They are acting like spoilt toddlers, screaming their heads off to get attention. And rather doing what good parents do that have unruly toddlers, namely ignoring them, we’re giving them lots of attention, like sticking something sweet in their mouths every time they open them. That strategy does not work with toddlers, and it does not work with zealots either.
The United States and its vassals should get out of the Middle East and let the Middle Eastern nations, in their Muslim strife, do what they have done since the day Muhammad died on June 8, 632, when disagreements broke out over who his successor would be, and when two major factions of another world religion of power, suppression and deceit was started.
For 1,382 years Muslims haven’t been at peace. Now emperor Obama and our illustrious thinkers in Congress believe they can make it not be that way.
Breeding more terrorists, that’s all we’re doing.