I just want them dead.
peaking eight days after the "tragedy" of islamic terrorists slitting the throats of our airline passengers, flight attendants, and pilots, slamming our airplanes into our landmark buildings, butchering nearly three thousand of our citizens, visitors, and guests, and plunging our nation and our allies into a long and bloody World War not of any of our choosing, Mr. HØpe,uh,dope — after mentioning the mind-numbingly obvious need to "step up security" and "dismantle the perpetrators' organizations" — gave us these pointers on how to "draw some measure of wisdom" from it:
We must also engage, however,
Thus negating all the security and dismantling he mentioned.
...in the more difficult task of understanding the sources of such madness.
Not difficult at all.
They hate us, Zer ØdumbØ. They hated us before we sent our Troops into Iraq or even into Afghanistan. They hated us before President Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan, Carter, Ford, Nixon, Johnson, Kennedy, Eisenhower, Truman, or even Roosevelt took office. They'll even hate us after the very last squad of our nation's brave Defenders in Iraq and Afghanistan leave those countries. And they'll keep on hating us until either all of us are dead or they are.
All while you're futilely wringing your hands over its "sources."
The essence of this tragedy,
War is not a natural disaster or Shakespeare play, Øblowharda. You and other brain-dead liberalsbirm need to stop trying to incessantly therapize its language before any of you can even begin to play a part in helping us win this "goat song":
tragedy n., pl. -dies. 1.a. A drama or literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin or suffers extreme sorrow, especially as a consequence of a tragic flaw, moral weakness, or inability to cope with unfavorable circumstances. b. The genre made up of such works. c. The art or theory of writing or producing these works. 2. A play, film, television program, or other narrative work that portrays or depicts calamitous events and has an unhappy but meaningful ending. 3. A disastrous event, especially one involving distressing loss or injury to life: an expedition that ended in tragedy, with all hands lost at sea. 4. A tragic aspect or element. [Middle English tragedie, from Old French, from Latin tragoedia, from Greek tragoidia : tragos, goat + aoide, oide, song.]
The first definition of war
is here the most accurate:
"A state of open, armed, often prolonged conflict carried on between nations, states, or parties." It's synomyns
don't include disaster
, or catastrophe
Man-made and intentional death and destruction is always a "tragedy" only to liberals.
...it seems to me, derives from a fundamental absence of empathy on the part of the attackers: an inability to imagine, or connect with, the humanity and suffering of others.
What was your first clue? When you heard the report of
how they kept slitting the throats
of flight attendants right outside the cockpit door until those inside couldn't bear anymore to hear anyone else's final, heart-wrenching pleadings and screams? Or of
the father on the line who told his loved ones back home he could see the buildings coming up but asked them not to worry because his and his wife and small daughter's deaths were "going to be quick"? Or of the man hanging on to a makeshift rope outside the Tower trying to climb down from a floor that was billowing smoke but soon lost his grip and horrifically fell to his death?
The terrorists did imagine and connect with the suffering of others for the sole and plain fact they deliberately planned and chose to be its cause. For that humanity part, they dealt with it by instructing themselves to "check your weapon before you leave and long before you leave. You must make your knife sharp and you must not discomfort your animal during the slaughter."
In light of many of these things and more, my first instinct after this opening major battle of World War IV was that we need to declare total nuclear war on Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan, and thus forever rid the world of islamofascist "countries" that exclusively and continually breed "such madness." Who at the time would've blamed us if we had? Which peace-loving people of the world wouldn't have openly or secretly thanked us afterwards for so permanently and completely crushing international terrorism?
Yours and your fellow liberals' first instinct was more of the same old hand-wringing. "We need to find out why, oh why, do they hate us."
Such a failure of empathy, such numbness to the pain of a child or the desperation of a parent, is not innate;
No, it's generally taught from the earliest ages in such islamofascist "countries":
Out of the mouths of their babes
, a three-year-old parroting the claim that "Jews are apes and pigs"; a small boy holding the Qur'an and an AK-47 "toy"; and "Hamas' Mickey Mouse teaches children to hate and kill."
...nor, history tells us, is it unique to a particular culture, religion, or ethnicity.
Although, history tells us, no other culture, religion, or ethnicity in the last half century has been the source of a programmed and practiced terrorism overtly and solely intent on destroying the lives and threatening the freedoms of the most people possible on every inhabited continent on earth.
It may find expression in a particular brand of violence,
"Expression"? So, purposefully beheading people or driving fuel-laden commandeered planes full of innocent civilians, including terrified and traumatized children, straight into large occupied buildings is a form of expression, akin to free speech?
By the ocean-rise slowing Ears of 0dumb0™, were you in the midst of a relapse of your drinking the booze that "helped" you "learn not to care," smoking the pot you "inhaled frequently" when "I was a[n adult, twenty-something] kid," snorting the
"blow" cocaine to "flatten out the landscape of my heart, blur the edges of my memory," or doing the combinations thereof which you admitted had you "headed [pun not intended?] to the Final, Fatal Role [titled] Junkie/Pothead[™]," when you spluttered this singularly septic spewage of stupidity? Because it's the only thing I can possibly think of which might excuse you.
Let me try to express this through your thin-skinned thick pointy skull, Zer 0boneheada: "Kill the Americans and their allies — civilians and military.... Kill the Americans and plunder their money wherever and whenever (you) find it, ... launch the raid on Satan's U.S. troops and the devil's supporters allying with them, and... displace those who are behind them so that they may learn a lesson" is not a "particular brand of violence." It's "Allah's order." One with which "every Muslim who believes in Allah and wishes to be rewarded," including the indiscriminate mass-murdering islamofascist butchers that carried out the "martyrdom operation" that literally heated up this World War and dropped it on our heads, has been "call(ed) on to comply" by all their top "non-moderate" leaders, as "an individual duty for every Muslim who can do it in any country in which it is possible to do it."
It's known as total war. Which is the kind we need to be fighting if we want to truly win it.
...and may be channeled by particular demagogues or fanatics.
"Channeled" as in openly declaring full-scale war and issuing general orders to "Kill the Americans and their allies — civilians and military — etc., etc."
Most often, though, it grows out of a climate of poverty and ignorance, helplessness and despair.
Were you consciously trying to cause our entire universe to collapse into that unprecedented black hole (racism not intended, moonbats) from whose crushingly chaotic state of complete and absolute meaninglessness no light or any intelligible matter can ever Hope to escape — otherwise known as your "brain"? If not, why were you even risking it with another firing of your "particular brand" of Quantum Torpedoes of Galactic Cluster-Level Cluelessness Mark VIII-Septillion®
? Would it've been better had my first question simply stopped right after that second s
The only ignorance we see from your claim is your claim itself, Zer Øblah-um-uh, since—
- three quarters of (forensic psychiatrist and former CIA undercover case officer Dr. Marc Sageman's) sample of Al-Qaeda members are from the upper or middle class. Moreover, he notes, "the vast majority — 90 percent — came from caring, intact families. Sixty-three percent had gone to college, as compared with the 5-6 percent that's usual for the third world. These are the best and brightest of their societies in many ways." Nor were they unemployed or isolated. "Far from having no family or job responsibilities, 73 percent were married and the vast majority had children.... Three quarters were professionals or semiprofessionals. They are engineers, architects and civil engineers, mostly scientists."
Scientists who happen to be extremists.
You know the type. They bully their lesser colleagues with threats of being branded non-conformists and ostracized and even having their livelihoods destroyed, into joining their consensus-or-else jihad against — ironically — the whole modern, technology-driven world, while they issue menacing fatwas declaring "The debate's over! Case closed! Apostasy!" to whoever dares question their zealously held certitudes, all so they can foment prolonged conditions of panic and alarm which would, if enough of their countries' peoples become duped then controlled by their and their witting accomplices' hate-filled, fear-mongering, power-lusting selves, inevitably lead to almost everyone on the globe being affected by a real "climate of poverty and ignorance, helplessness and despair." (Also see, UN's IPCC.)
We will have to make sure, despite our rage, that any U.S. military action takes into account the lives of innocent civilians abroad.
We always have, up to but not including the point where we hand the enemy such a one-sided advantage — especially for an enemy that picks both civilian and military targets, in that order — that we risk the far worst prospect of being defeated by that enemy. (See Dresden, Hamburg, Berlin, Hiroshima, or Nagasaki.)
We will have to be unwavering in opposing bigotry or discrimination directed against neighbors and friends of Middle Eastern descent.
Again, we have. Even remarkably so.
On and in the three months after the September 11, 2001, battle:
|Fatal incidents of incontrovertible bigotry or discrimination directed against neighbors and friends of Middle Eastern descent by any U.S. residents|| ||3||‡|
|Fatal incidents of incontrovertible bigotry or discrimination directed against U.S. residents by any neighbors and friends of Middle Eastern descent|| ||2,999||*|
|‡ all by 2 cold-blooded butchers who are now sitting on death row.|
* all by 19 cold-blooded butchers who are still hailed as martyrs by non-moderates and an appalling number of "moderates" throughout the Middle East
You do the math. We already did, long before you ever "thought" of playing those ever-ready, more of the same Race Cards®
Finally, we will have to devote far more attention to the monumental task of raising the hopes and prospects of embittered children across the globe —
"Far more attention" than to winning the war?
Oh, boy (racism not intended, idiotarians).
Just who is going to pay for your devoted monumental task? The thoroughly incompetent United Nations? The islamofascist "countries" working so hard to create those embittered children? Of course not. It's us.
After all, somehow it must be mostly if not all our fault because, "you know,"
a lot of evil has been perpetrated based on the claim that we were trying to confront evil... (in) the name of good. And I think one thing that's very important is having some humility in recognizing that, you know, just because we think our intentions are good doesn't always mean that we're going to be doing good.
So who decides whether we, regardless our intentions, are going to be doing good? You? Eurabians
? Bill Ayers
? The Rev. Jeremiah Wright
? Your wife
More to the point, who's to say whether your devoted monumental task won't be just another "evil perpetrated based on the claim that we were trying to confront evil in the name of good"? As your groveling worshipers in Moonbatdom are exceptionally capable of literally spinning on their heads to point out (pun intended): Isn't it exactly this kind of deeply intrusive interference in the conduct of their cultural, religious, or ethnic affairs which they find so monumentally offensive? So much so that they very much hate us for it? Even enough to commandeer our passenger planes, murder their pilots, and pile-drive them into our heavily populated buildings?
“Pandering to the gullible is Mr. Obama’s stock and trade.”
Kenneth H. Sailley
“Just the man for those who don’t” (letter), Washington Times National Weekly, September 8, 2008.
But say we're gullible enough and insanely suicidal enough to so irresponsibly divert our attention away from winning the war to your devoted monumental task. What would you propose we do in the very likely event it starts turning out to be an extremely miserable failure? Tell the embittered children "I, uh, I'm, er, sorry, uh, about, eh, that" immediately before abandoning them, effectively leaving them to their dashed-again hopes, resinking prospects, and worse?
No amount of your wishy-washy, mealy-mouthed platitudes — all insufferably long on "what" but short on "how" — are ever going to do them any good.
...children not just in the Middle East, but also in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and within our own shores.
Speaking of within our own shores, you know no one can possibly win the presidency without carrying the South. But for whom do your
feel Southerners are going to cast their votes?
A pair of Yankees in the mold of Massachusetts Junior Senator Hanoi John F'in' "Stuck in Iraq" al-Qerry?
Or the two Westerners taking up the mantle of California Governor and U.S. President Ronald "Electoral Landslide" Reagan?
(Something for you to try to put gobs of lipstick on while you ponder the real reasons the weakness-seeking islamofascist butchers hate us enough to want, without exception, you, your whole family, and everyone else within our own shores all dead.)
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