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Reply #19 frothow's post
We can go on very lengthy discussions on politics, philosophy and everything|
in the realm of human relations. I absolutely reject the notion of nuclear weapons.
You have an enemy,OK. Why do you have an enemy?
Go back to learn what America did in the last 70 years in the Middle East.
This problem is not impossible to understand, but the press, officialdom, and
the abyss of cultural differences have masked the facts of foreign policy, or the
lack of such a coherent policy.
I am not supposed to teach you Foreign Policy, though I am perfectly qualified
to teach you. Not the version of Superman or Captain Marvel, but what most
Americans don't know about the involvement of the many administrations,
70 years is a long time, but you reap what you sow.
I suggest , if you have any interest at all, to learn about how all this came to be.
Forget the newly minted terrorists, go back in time and you will be surprised.
Evangelical Christians in Sunday Church, with a fake understanding of the
Doctrine of the Church, zero knowledge of Islamic Faith, and distorting for
public use the historical facts pre-dating II World War.
Ask yourself many questions, in State politics there are no enemies,only
interests. There is a limit beyond which your mind is not trained to think.
What did America in Palestine in 1948,why; in Iran in 1953, Afghanistan 1980;
ask some names, Sha,House of Saud, Standard Oil, Aramco, ask yourself.
Do you believe for a second that a nuclear war can be controlled?
And who told you that the best interests of America are better served by nuclear
war? If you don't want to better inform yourself, your Constitution protects your
rights to be ignorant. Go ahead with your nuclear war. Keep listening Fox.