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The Wrong Side of History

Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 7:32 PM
The choice they make will not come easily and it will be a long brutal and bloody struggle. Anyone (myself included), civilian or military that has experienced WAR can tell you that on a theoretical level most wars are, in fact, unnecessary. Hindsight can generally find long-lost moments of opportunity that could have been a catalyst to avoid conflict. But some conflicts become inevitable – and that is very different and currently this is where they find themselves at this point in History.
Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 7:32 PM

The question is not “IF” it’s going to happen, but WHEN and under what circumstances. The only thing the “Free World” can do is prepare for it; making sure it does not bleed over into another “World Conflict”.

The current conflicts are only a prelude…the worst is yet to come!

During the so-called "Arab Spring," the Obama administration insisted that the United States risked being on the "wrong side of history" if it remained aligned with secular despots like Egypt's Hosni Mubarak. Recent events have made clear that there is a wrong side for freedom in the Mideast all right and, thanks to Team Obama's embrace of the Muslim Brotherhood, we're on it.

Take, for example, the cease-fire between Israel and the Brotherhood's Palestinian franchise - the designated terrorist organization, Hamas. Mohamed Morsi, the man the Muslim Brotherhood selected to replace Mubarak as president of Egypt, brokered the deal and...