Saturday, June 05, 2010

Those Troublesome Jews

by Charles Krauthammer - June 4th, 2010 - The Washington Post

The world is outraged at Israel's blockade of Gaza. Turkey denounces its illegality, inhumanity, barbarity, etc. The usual U.N. suspects, Third World and European, join in. The Obama administration dithers.

But as Leslie Gelb, former president of the Council on Foreign Relations, writes, the blockade is not just perfectly rational, it is perfectly legal. Gaza under Hamas is a self-declared enemy of Israel -- a declaration backed up by more than 4,000 rockets fired at Israeli civilian territory. Yet having pledged itself to unceasing belligerency, Hamas claims victimhood when Israel imposes a blockade to prevent Hamas from arming itself with still more rockets.

What most seem to be oblivious to is the next step that will clearly happen after Israel is destroyed. Our obsequious acceptance of Israeli destruction will not be viewed favorably by the Islamofascists who are leading the drive to obliterate Israel. It will be seen as an act of weakness and encourage the war to create the new caliphate that Islamofascists proclaim is their ultimate goal. World domination by this caliphate is not a delusion if people are willing to die to see it come to pass. As Hitler proved, trying to dominate the world can be nearly as catastrophic as succeeding. They are going to try.

It is therefore clear that the next target of the Islamofascists will be America. If Obama is willing to surrender, something I am not sure he would not try to do, then we might avoid a nuclear holocaust. The cost would be a forced national conversion to Islam as our national religion. If we don't surrender, nuclear bombs will be exploded in many of our major cities. As previous signs have shown, the first three will likely be Washington, New York and Chicago.

I wonder what Obama is going to say the day after Chicago is bombed? Or if he will even care? This narcissist has already shown he is perfectly willing to throw anyone under the bus for his own personal success. I doubt an entire city of millions will be of much greater concern.

On this anniversary of Ronald Reagan's death, I cannot help but wonder what he would do if he were still President.


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