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    • Darren
    • 27.08.06 | 08:56 (IDT)

    I like George W. Bush, but I am dissatified with what appears is his lack of willingness to exercise that force. Sady, if he listens to all the "peacniks" and/or they have their way, i.e. appeasement, then his failure to act now will only cause greater death and destruction later. America and the West need to wake up from their slumber and realize we are in a real war from an enemy (Islam) hell bent on our destruction and REAL peace is not considered an option by them. Better their destruction than ours; but to be politically correct I guess we must be willing martyrs and/or submit to sharia law. It can happen if we don't fight and fight hard. The silent invasion of Europe has been ongoing for sometime and will succeed unless there is a complete expungement of Islam from the Western nations. The values of the West and of Islam are about as compatible as oil and water. They do not mix or stay mixed even if violently shaken.

    from the article: Will Bush make Iran the only superpower?
    First published 00:00 25.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 25.08.06
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