Jul 07 2008

Islamo Fascist Attempt To Reignite Global Violence, Destabilize Pakistan

Be clear on any victory we achieve in the Global War On Terror – it will never stop the suicide bombings. Not completely. Victory will make the bombing the exception, not the rule.  Look at Iraq where bombings are now rare, as opposed to the pre-Surge conditions where they were a daily affair.

For other examples look at the fact Nazism still lives in various forms, even though the Nazi regime was destroyed 63 years ago. Skinheads and the Aryan Nation still sow hate to this day. Ugly ideologies cannot be completely wiped out, but they can be marginalized.

Today we see last ditch efforts by Islamo Fascists in the Afghanistan and Pakistan regions to try and ignite world angst and anger. In Kabul, Afghanistan a suicide bomber outside the Indian Embassy killed 40 and injured many more, in the naive hope the Indian-Afghan relationship, which has been improving since the US invasion of Afghanistan, can be destabilized.

In Pakistan’s capitol of Islamabad another Islamo Fascist bomber targeted a protest rally, ironically in memorial to those killed when Pakistan began its crackdown on Islamo Fascist hiding out in Islamabad’s Red Mosque. The twin attacks in the two capitol cities is not coincidence.  This is all the terrorists have left – mass murder so they can become relevant in Western Media headlines. They cannot take on military forces, they can only hide bombs amongst innocent non-combatants.

All these people, many Muslims amongst them, were killed by blood-thirsty terrorists. They were not killed because of US policies or atrocities or invasions. No Americans were targeted. These people died because they do not ally themselves with the thugs of Islamo Fascism. Which is why Islam is turning against these animals and realizing the Great Satan is their own mindlessly insane fanatics, and not the United States of America.

Liberals may be confused on this matter.  The appeasers may be – but those who watch and learn see the real forces at work. In Iraq and Afghanistan the US and its regional and local allies fought the Islamo Fascists and violence went down where the cancer of these thugs was eradicated.  In Pakistan, where the appeasers won the recent elections and had discussions with our enemies (as Barrack Obama plans to do if he is elected, as head of the liberal Surrendercrats), the result was increased violence:

Washington has pumped in more than US$10-billion in aid since 2001 and wants more done to stop Pakistan-based Islamists from fighting in Afghanistan.

Mr. Boucher’s visit might even set the stage for a threatened withdrawal of foreign aid when Yousaf Raza Gilani, the new Prime Minister, travels to Washington on July 28.

Since his government came to power in February, defeating allies of President Pervez Musharraf, it has refused to accept earlier government commitments to stage joint military operations with the United States against the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Pakistan’s tribal areas.

Rather than confront the Islamists militarily, Pakistan has focused on negotiating local ceasefires and non-aggression pacts.

The move infuriates officials in Washington, who say past truces were ineffective and allowed the Taliban to regroup and launch cross-border raids into Afghanistan.

According to U. S. statistics, raids into Afghanistan have soared by more than 40% since January. Last month, 35 NATO soldiers, including two Canadians, died in Afghanistan.

Appeasement means more death and destruction. Confronting and destroying this cancer will also incur death, but the end results is the end of atrocities and massacres – not the expansion of them. We have a choice this fall. Do we fall for easy lie that we can bring peace by surrendering and talking? Or do we finish the job, no matter how long it takes? Tough choice, but only one path has a bright future at the end of it.


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4 Responses to “Islamo Fascist Attempt To Reignite Global Violence, Destabilize Pakistan”

  1. crosspatch says:

    Looks like the Taliban are trying to get back in Pakistan’s “good” side by bombing the Indian embassy in Kabul.

  2. gwood says:

    Well, if we were looking for a sign of capitulation from the Iraqi theater, here we have it. They’ve given up on Iraq, and shifted focus to Afghanistan and Pakistan, two very different nuts for the radical Islamists to crack. This strategy is not likely to bear fruit either, in my opinion.

    We should make note of the fact that the strategic shift on the part of the enemy could have been to attack the West, but it looks like they’ve given up on that too. For this reason we can now conclude that we are safer, and that the ultimate defeat of Islamic terror is not only possible, but near.

  3. crosspatch says:

    Pakistan *IS* the origin of radical Islamism. Pakistan was created as an Islamic Republic when they declared independence from India in order to create a Muslim homeland.

    Pakistan is not a real republic as we know the term. The country is founded on a religious basis and it’s name is The Islamic Republic of Pakistan.


    “Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world and has the second largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia.”

    The above from Wikipedia. Pakistan has over twice the population of Iran and about six times the population of Iraq. Pakistan was founded on the notion of Islamist extremism. Don’t expect that to change.

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