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Our New War... Part 23, That Used Feeling
By Hanley (Doc) Harding   
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Last edited: Thursday, May 10, 2007
Posted: Thursday, May 10, 2007

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Do you see how we've been used...?


Okay, People... here it is...

President Bush has visions of a Middle Eastern democracy in Iraq. The anti-war crowd sees an unwinnable war.

The truth of the matter is: We won the war... against Saddam Hussein's Sunni forces... only to still lose the country.

Now, the Shia are in control... they are the clear majority of the population... by democratic principles, they have the biggest vote, right? Right. But... the Shias aren't interested in democracy, any more than Saddam and the Sunni minority were. The Shias are only interested in control. They don't really care if there is chaos in the streets. They are just waiting us out... waiting for us to get disgusted and go home. Then, just as in South Vietnam, the final bloodbath will occur... the Shia majority will simply slaughter off the Sunnis. Game score: Shias win, Sunnis lose. And we will have pulled our major forces out of the Middle East, leaving Afghanistan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia (and quite possibly, Pakistan) at the mercy of Shia fundamentalist machinations. Iran / Iraq will be, in effect, a united Shia super-nation.

Not too long after that, they will go after India. And the Muslim world will then be well on its way to murderously swarming across planet Earth, over all our dead bodies. They will have chemical, biological and nuclear weapons... and they won't hesitate in the least to use them to carry out "Allah's will".

Quite frankly, I'm tired of being one of the few voices trying to warn us, so we can help prevent this worldwide jihad. So... you worry about it. Oh, that's right... you've gotta get down to the super-store and get a new HD TV, and a new gas-guzzling SUV (a Hummer H-1 would be the most imposing, so nobody will dare cut you off, on the highway), and that hot new outfit so you can impress the opposite sex, and some bling (don't forget the bling!), more DVDs and a new MP3/DV player. Yep... we're all sure gonna be real cool when the Imams beat down our doors and slit our "great satan" American throats (or maybe they'll graciously grant us "Allah's mercy" and just blow our brains out).

WW-I came, even though we tried to ignore it. WW-II came, even though we tried to ignore it. WW-III is here, even though we're trying our best to ignore it.

As I said... you worry about it... why should I worry on your behalf?

Hanley "Doc" Harding


May, 2007

  


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Reviewed by twinklewrites at her desk (Reader) 8/1/2007
Because my son is over there fighting for you and everyone else in the USA, let us hope this war does not turn out to be like Vietnam,
Where people were not supporting our men and women...grrr...I am a
Support for all our troops through out all the wars I have seen. I can
go on and on about this subject, there is not enough pages here at the Den for me to do my ranting...God Bless you for protecting our
asses in the vietnam war...I salute you!!!! I have many friends
die in the war and have a brother that was in contact with agent
orange...whew, time for me to shut-up...hehe...thanks for writting and stating your opinions on this war and Your right about we haven't
seen nothing yet. ooops, I better get out of here...Take Care and I
will be reading your thoughts on this war...Hugs, Peggy (Smile)
Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine 5/15/2007
I think many people care, but feel helpless about being able to do anything about the world situation. So, it's good that authors like yourself who are informed present a view to help educate. R
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 5/13/2007
enjoyed the reading
Reviewed by Rose Loya 5/12/2007
This is good and I agree with you, may God help us all. Something tells me He will.

Rose
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 5/11/2007
Won't it be a bit difficult for the Shia's to take over a country of more than 1 billion--India? That is, without their consent? Doesn't India have many more Hindues than Muslims? But maybe you're right. That's scary. WWIII is being fought already then. That's very probable. Yikes! This is a pro-Bush article, right?
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/11/2007
it is time for us to wake up now isn't it



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