To the shores of Tripoli

What have we learned about “helping” Muslims. Apparently little to nothing. The push towards “independence” has not worked out well in Egypt, especially for non Muslims. Who are we helping in Libya? Those that ultimately seek to end our way of life as we know it against those that would seek to end our way of life as we know it? Assisting Muslim nations is akin to putting out a fire by throwing gasoline on it. What are we doing in Libya, why are we there? If the administration is tying our troops hands behind their backs and seemingly has no interest in winning in Afghanistan or Iraq why are we still there. Either unleash our troops or bring them home. That is a hard thing to say after so many of our brave young men have given their all for these two adventures. It is like saying they gave their lives for naught. I would prefer they be unleashed and allowed to swiftly eliminate the enemy, collateral damage be damned. These Muslims have no regard for their own or the lives of others, their property or the property of others, why should we be so concerned. Damn world perception the perception we are giving our enemies is one of weakness. Weakness fostered by PC politicians and not deserved of our troops. Our troops are not pawns in a war game, they are our sons, daughters, brothers, sister, mothers and fathers. We must either win or leave and lose, lose all that our troops have fought for. I say we must win. What say you? Read the lines below and visit the post at Be Sure You’re Right Then Go Ahead.

Earlier this month, al-Qaeda issued a call for supporters to back the Libyan rebellion, which it said would lead to the imposition of “the stage of Islam” in the country.

[…] British Islamists have also backed the rebellion, with the former head of the banned al-Muhajiroun proclaiming that the call for “Islam, the Shariah and jihad from Libya” had “shaken the enemies of Islam and the Muslims more than the tsunami that Allah sent against their friends, the Japanese”.

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3 Responses to To the shores of Tripoli

  1. Bob Mack says:

    Thx for the link. More evidence to bolster the contention that we’re now supporting radical jihadis in the Middle East. Sec. of Def. Gates:

    Gates explained that there was more at stake, however. “There was another piece of this though, that certainly was a consideration. You’ve had revolutions on both the East and the West of Libya,” he said, emphasizing the potential wave of refugees from Libya could have destabilized Tunisia and Egypt.

    So you had a potentially significantly destabilizing event taking place in Libya that put at risk potentially the revolutions in both Tunisia and Egypt,” the Secretary said. “And that was another consideration I think we took into account.

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