posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:14 PM
Sure it's not politically or morally correct, but in certain instances, some recent issues come to mind, why not attempt assassination?
It seems to me that if the whole issues of Egypt/Syria, Mubarak and Gaddafi, the leaders and root of the problem as portrayed by media and government
officials...you know the "It's time to step down/leave" statements, that assassination would be the choice before bombing and missile launches.
Is it an impossibility? I doubt it. You pay 20 mercenaries what it cost for 10 seconds worth of military action to go after 5-10 high value targets,
and you've stabbed the purported problems in the heart. Not to say it's an instant fix at all, but if these leaders are the root cause of the
problem, uproot them.
Anyone? Is it the risk of creating a martyr? Is bombing, which is guaranteed to cause civilian casualties, less of a forceful/cruel action in the eyes
of the world than assassination?