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July 13, 2006

Say It Now: 'The War With Iran Has Begun'!

Topics: Iran

David Twersky writes at the New York Sun that war with Iran has begun:

Each one of these players -- Hamas inside Gaza and in Damascus, Hezbollah in Lebanon, and the Assad dictatorship in Syria -- are chess pieces on the Iranian board. The pawn moves, drawing in the Israeli bishop; the Lebanese rook challenges; the Syrian queen is in reserve.
The end game is all out war in the Middle East, and Iran has to be checkmated, or a great number of people on our planet are going to die!

This is not going to pass, for we will soon know full well that the N. Korean crisis and the Iranian nuclear crisis are linked, and that behind Israel's fight to survive is the hand of Iran and radical Islam. The United States of America is going to have to become involved militarily, very soon, or the dominoes will fall too fast and too completely to avoid WWIII. America and the West are being out maneuvered by Iran, and the time is very short for that to change - or the entire world could end up in flames and Ahmadinejad will have the world wide nuclear war that he seeks.

As Daniel Zucker has said at Global Politician, Unless we see the big picture and plan accordingly, we will not win this war.

This is not the British-American War of 1812 - THIS WAR CONCERNS THE DIRECTION THAT ALL OF CIVILIZATION WILL TAKE FOR THE NEXT THOUSAND YEARS.

We had better smell the coffee, and take a quick swig before we find ourselves playing "chicken" with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad over his new nuclear toys, which one day he may choose to share with a fellow fundamentalist "friend", such as Osama bin Laden.
Ahmadinejad and the mullahs are determined to have Islam control the world, and they have no problem destroying civilization in the process.

Take home message: We are loosing this war. We can no longer wait until Iran and N. Korea are stronger.

Posted by Richard at July 13, 2006 3:02 PM



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