Monday, November 28, 2011

The Arab Spring Choir

C'mon everyone...Join in! You know the old Communist tune. Just add some new lyrics!

The times, they are indeed changing. As I warned of on Saturday; before this new NATO airstrike hit the news; Barack the Utopian may want to push us into a war with Pakistan to advance his political agenda and globalist dreams.
JUST IN---Pakistanis have permanantly closed the border to NATO troops and convoys moving into Afghanistan. Pakistan has also demanded that the US leave an airbase to the southwest which has been used to launch drone strikes. HERE WE GO FOLKS!
No one is going to tell me that this was some kind of an accident; or that there was a lack of communication; or some such blunder. This is a premeditated, planned assault which is having the desired effect on the Pakistanis...ENRAGING THEM to a point where continued action will have to be taken to defend our forces there. I do not deny that there is an ongoing threat from our so-called Paki allies. I question this regime's motivation in making things tougher for our boots on the ground while risking a wider war with a far more dangerous enemy than the Taliban and Al Queida combined.

Conservative columnist Tony Blankley foresees a dangerous future, in which the United States will be able to ensure its own survival only through a universal military draft and may routinely have to commit hundreds of thousands of troops to overseas excursions, including a potential invasion of Pakistan.

Blankley, a former Reagan speechwriter and Newt Gingrich press secretary, is the author of The West's Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations? (2005) which raised the specter of a Europe dominated by radical Islam. His new book is called American Grit.

"If we don't do a lot of things smart and tough, we could get overwhelmed," Blankley told the hosts of Fox & Friends on Monday. "We've failed to exploit our energy. We're not paying enough attention to what our kids are learning -- Bill Ayers is actually a senior person in guiding the curriculum design of America."

One of Blankley's more eye-catching proposals in American Grit is that all eighteen year olds should be subject to two years of required military service.

"I don't like it, I love the volunteer army ... but we don't have enough troops," Blankley explained. "When George Bush wanted to have the surge, he was told by the senior generals we didn't have the extra 20,000 troops to finish the war. ... Now Obama wants to go to Afghanistan ... but he says we don't have the troops unless we pull them out of Iraq. What happens if Pakistan goes jihad-y? We don't have the troops to go in there and stop them from taking over the nuclear weapons."

"If we had had enough troops in Iraq, we wouldn't have lost 4,000 great young men and women," Blankley concluded. "We needed to flood the field ... with 300,000 troops occupying every village and every building and they would never have been able to rise up."

It seems possible, however, that Blankley is promoting a universal military draft not just as the necessary pre-requisite for adventures overseas but also as a means of making young Americans "grittier."

In a Washington Times editorial, written just before November's election, Blankley
bemoaned the endorsement of Obama by "me-too conservatives" and suggested that "the conservative movement we start re-building on the ashes of November 4th (even if Mr. McCain wins) will have little use for over-written, over-delicate commentary."

"The new conservative movement will be facing a political opponent that will soon reveal itself to be both multiculturalists and Euro-socialist," Blankley wrote. "We will be engaged in a struggle to the political death for the soul of the country. ... I will certainly do what I can to make it a big-tent conservative movement. But just as in every great cause, one question has to be answered correctly: Whose side are you on, comrade?"

This VIDEO is from Fox's Fox & Friends, broadcast Jan. 12, 2009.

"Three years of President Barack Obama’s policies have made the world a more perilous place, aggravating a Mideast situation that could result in an all-out war with a nuclear-armed Iran.", Frank Gaffney tells Newsmax.TV.

“The world will become substantially more dangerous” if the evisceration of the U.S. military, the undermining of American allies — notably Israel — and the emboldening of its enemies continues under the Obama administration, said Gaffney, the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy.

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Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Zero is racing to become the Muzloon leader of the world.

Scott said...

We better race right behind him to pick up the pieces.