posted on Dec, 7 2011 @ 12:16 PM
Imagine for a moment, somewhere in the middle of China, there was a large terrorist attack.Originating from groups based in say, Texas, or California.
Imagine that thousands of armed radical extremists, although small in comparison to the American population, declared a holy war against the citizens
of China and her allies. Imagine that this group turned against other Americans who they thought support Chinese interests. Imagine that they
ruthlessly slaughtered anyone who doubts their religion.
Imagine for a moment that Texas, with ties to this radical group of Americans, was suspected of possessing weapons of mass destruction. Imagine that
Texas refused to allow inspectors to confirm the non existence of these weapons.
Let's stop here cause I'm bored. What I'm trying to say is that there are many sides (more than two) to this situation. Although I respect all
sides, it would be unfair to just blindly follow just one or two.