Monday, March 24, 2008

The naive armchair warriors are fighting a delusional war

"Calls for the west to use force to restore its values in the face of radical Islam reveal a profound detachment from reality" says Alastair Crooke (nemesis of Mustapha Alloush), in the GUARDIAN, here, via War&Piece "..............No, the west's war is a military response to ideas that question western supremacy and power. The nature of this war on "extremism" became evident when five former chiefs of defence staff of Nato states gathered at a think-tank in Washington earlier this year. Their aim was not to query the realism of a war on ideas, but to empower Nato for an "uncertain world"......."

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