Islamofascism: The Case for Bombing Iran.
May 24, 2007 6:38am CST
Is it 1938 all over again? Now it is not Hitler it is President Ahmadinejad of Iran that we are appeasing. Hitler made his intentions known in Mein Kampf and the world ignored him. Ahmadinejad has made no secret of his intentions. When he has his bomb he has two objectives. He has called for wiping Israel from the face of the earth and calling for a world without America. Sanctions and negations are only serving to buy Iran more time to develop their nuclear arsenal. As author Norman Podhoretz states in his article "The Case for Bombing Iran"; "In short, the plain and brutal truth is that if Iran is to be prevented from developing a nuclear arsenal, there is no alternative to the actual use of military force—any more than there was an alternative to force if Hitler was to be stopped in 1938." The full article is here; http://www.commentarymagazine.com/cm/main/printArticle.aip?article=com.commentarymagazine.content.Article::10882
25 May 07
ok..every people have right to say whatever they want but we must see that america itself is more dangerous than hitler, this country can start war at every country they want just because that country is not support american wants..so if we want to say something, please just think before and don't just say some garbage..
25 May 07
I am very glad that you posted the link to this article. I know that it is very important for people to read it. People are not that aware to the danger. They do think that we are dealing with another leader in another country, that is just talking and will not do anything. Well they are wrong big time here. In the case of iran and it's leader, i do not think that we should wait, i do not think that we should test what he said. we are in a real danger here, and we have to act soon before somthing happens. And it will happen. It is only a matter of time.
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28 May 07
You are right. What is amazing is people are now singing Sadam's praises. I often wonder what happened to human rights in the whole equation? Maybe if Bush said we are going into Iraq for human rights, to stop the torture and the killing, so stop the craziness and did mention the 6 million people that Hitler murdered, would people feel differently about the war in the middle East?