Monday, June 12, 2006

'Warmongers' have a point: It's a war

Baghdad: Abu Musab al-Zarqawi found himself on the receiving end of 500 pounds of U.S. ordnance.
London: Scotland Yard arrested a cell of East End Muslims allegedly plotting a sarin attack in Britain.
Toronto: The Mounties busted a cell of Ontario Muslims planning a bombing three times more powerful than Oklahoma City.
Mogadishu: An al-Qaida affiliate, the "Joint Islamic Courts," took control of the Somali capital, displacing "U.S.-backed warlords."
The world divides into those who think the above are all part of the same story and those who figure they're strictly local items of no wider significance deriving from various regional factors...

A blind person could connect these dots. Yet somehow the World seems to be in a state of cognitive dissonance, because no one is catching on.

Life and liberty depends on our ability to understand the spreading threat. Mark Steyn lays it on the table.


Anonymous 'Net Nana' said...

'Warmongers' have a point: It's a war

So clear.

So simple and clear.

Yet still so hard for many to fathom.




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