posted on May, 21 2004 @ 07:10 AM
Cool, lets line him up with your sociology, psychology, politics, economics and English teacher.
"Who told you that you can't win against a Jihad, or that you can't take the wind out of a revolutionary idea?"
No one, unlike some people here I've taken the lessons I've learnt and the knowledge I've gained and used it to form my own opinions.
"Have we or have we not made significant progress in our struggle with the ideals of communism?"
"I remember reading about the mongols successfully putting down a Jihad, and i'll get a source for you later, but i've got work soon (I read about
it in The New Strategy, an old military book by a colonel or general whos name escapes me.)"
Great. I love sources.
"The fact of the matter is that we have the ability to culturally subvert radical islam. "
You sure do, but not by trying to blow it up.
"We can win this war."
No you can't. You can "culturally subvert radical islam" But you can't win a "war" against it.
"The strategy we seem to be persuing is to install governments that interact with us so that we can help them employ all those angry youth and raise
their standard of living. Once they're fattened up on McDonalds and dumbed down on Play Station they are gonna stop trying to kill us- look at
France. They hate us too you know, but they dont start trouble. "
France doesn't hate you. Your absolutely right in saying that the way to "culturally subvert radical islam" is to improve the lives of the average
middle eastern Muslim but you can't do that by destroying the country. More to the point, it looks like the common Iraqi wants nothing to do with the
US any more...
"You know Christians don't subvert the American government for supporting abortion, gay rights, etc?"
yes, I made the point in a previous post.
"We're gonna give radical muslims the same pacifiers we give radical christians, and its gonna work. We just have to survive for a decade or two
while we do it."
Yes... But your not doing.